Alina Carmen Cojocaru is a Romanian mathematician who works in number theory and is known for her research on elliptic curves, arithmetic geometry, and sieve theory. She is a professor of mathematics at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a researcher in the Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy.
Cojocaru is an author of the book
- An Introduction to Sieve Methods and their Applications (with M. Ram Murty, London Mathematical Society Student Texts 66, Cambridge University Press, 2006).
She is also an editor of
- Women in Numbers: Research Directions in Number Theory (with Kristin Lauter, Rachel Justine Pries, and Renate Scheidler, Fields Institute Communications 60, American Mathematical Society, 2011).
- Scholar: A Scientific Celebration Highlighting Open Lines of Arithmetic Research: Conference in Honour of M. Ram Murty's Mathematical Legacy on His 60th Birthday (with C. David and F. Pappalardi, Contemporary Mathematics 655, American Mathematical Society, 2016)
- Cojocaru, Alina Carmen; Murty, M. Ram (2004), "Cyclicity of elliptic curves modulo and elliptic curve analogues of Linnik's problem". Math. Ann. 330, no. 3, 601–625. MR 2099195.
- Cojocaru, Alina Carmen (2005), "On the surjectivity of the Galois representations associated to non-CM elliptic curves. With an appendix by Ernst Kani". Canad. Math. Bull. 48, no. 1, 16–31. MR 2118760.
- Cojocaru, Alina Carmen; Hall, Chris (2005). "Uniform results for Serre's theorem for elliptic curves". Int. Math. Res. Not., no. 50, 3065–3080. MR 2189500.
- Alina Carmen Cojocaru, University of Illinois at Chicago, retrieved 2018-05-28
- Alina Carmen Cojocaru at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Reviews of An Introduction to Sieve Methods and their Applications:
- Vestal, Donald (June 2006), "Review", MAA Reviews
- Greaves, G. (2006), Mathematical Reviews, MR 2200366CS1 maint: untitled periodical (link)
- Thorne, Frank (2013), Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, New Series, 50 (2): 359–366, doi:10.1090/S0273-0979-2012-01390-3, MR 3020833CS1 maint: untitled periodical (link)
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