Mike Woodbury

Mathematics Institute
University of Cologne
Weyertal 86-90
50931 Cologne
me Office: Gyrhofstr. 8b 0.3
Telephone: ++49 (0)221 470 4333
Office hours: by appointment
E-mail: (lastname) AT math DOT uni-koeln DOT de


See information about what my research interests are and what I have accomplished plus lecture and conference notes I have taken.


Summer 2016: Elementary Number Theory

Summer 2016: Generating Functions Seminar

Summer 2016: L-Funktionen Seminar

Winter 2015/2016: Jacobiformen Seminar

From the Preface of Sherman K. Stein's "Mathematics: The Man-made Universe:"

"We all find ourselves in a world we never made. Though we get used to the kitchen sink, we do not understand the atoms which compose it. The kitchen sink like all the objects surrounding us, is a convenient abstraction.

"Mathematics, on the other hand, is completely the work of man. Each theorem, each proof, is the product of the human mind. In mathematics all the cards can be put on the table. In this sense, mathematics is concrete, whereas the world is abstract."


Columbia Math Departmentment

UW Math

UofU Math Department

MathSciNet Access Math Sci Net via Columbia University.

The arXiv: Preprints in Mathematics

AMS Grad Student Blog