Miguel A. Marco-Buzunariz
Topology of algebraic varieties and their singularities. Hyperplane
arrangements. Computational aspects of algebraic geometry.
Publications and Preprints
E. Artal, J. Carmona, J.I. Cogolludo, and M.A. Marco Invariants of
combinatorial line arrangements and Rybnikov's example, Proceedings of 12th
MSJ-IRI symposium "Singularity theory and its applications", 2005. arXiv version.
E. Artal, J. Carmona, J.I. Cogolludo, and M.A.
Marco-Buzunariz, Topology and combinatorics of real line arrangements,
Compositio Mathematica 141 (2005), no. 6, 1578-1588.
M.A. Marco-Buzunariz, A description of the the resonance variety of a
line arrangement via combinatorial pencils, Graphs and combinatorics
469-488. arXiv version.
M.A. Marco-Buzunariz, J. Martin Morales, Graded Betti numbers of the
logarithmic derivation module, Communications in Algebra 38 (2010),
no. 11, 4348-4361. arXiv version.
M, A. Marco-Buzunariz, Isotropic subspaces of Orlik-Solomon algebras,
Revista Matemática complutense, 24 (2011), 527-538.
M. A. Marco-Buzunariz,
generalization of the Euler characteristic for algebraic sets,
Journal of Singularities 4 (2012), 114-130.
J.I. Cogolludo, M.A. Marco-Buzunariz, The Max Noether fundamental
theorem is combinatorial.
J. Fernandez de Bobadilla, M.A. Marco-Buzunariz, Topology of
hypersurface singularities with 3-dimensional critical set,
Comentarii Mathematici Helvetici, 88 (2013), no 2, 253-304.
M.A. Marco-Buzunariz, A framework for free, finitely
presented and braid groups in SAGE. Monografías Matemáticas García
de Galdeano 39 (2014), 167–176.
Vincent Florens, Benoît Guerville-Ballé, Miguel A. Marco Buzunariz,
On complex line arrangements and their boundary manifolds,
Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
159 (2015), 189-205.
A. Abad, R. Barrio, M. Marco-Buzunariz and M. Rodríguez,
Automatic implementation of the numerical Taylor series
method: A Mathematica and Sage approach,
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 268 (2015), 227-245
E. Artal, J.I. Cogolludo-Agustín, B. Guerville-Ballé, M. Marco-Buzunáriz,
An arithmetic Zariski pair of line arrangements with non-isomorphic
fundamental group. Revista de la Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas,
Físicas y Naturales. Serie A. Matemáticas (2016), 1-26.
M. Marco-Buzunariz, M. Rodriguez, SIROCCO: A Library for Certified
Polynomial Root Continuation. Mathematical Software - ICMS 2016,
Proceedings, 191-197. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer.
Pellicer-Ortín, Silvia; Arnal-Bailera, Alberto; Marco-Buzunariz, Miguel A.; Tomás-Aragonés, Lucía, The CLIL approach in higher education: a collaborative small-scale experience (with a focus on Mathematics and Psychology). Encuentro: revista de investigación e innovación en la clase de idiomas, 2016. 25, p. 87-101 . ISSN 1989-0796
E.A. Bartolo, S.I. Peñaloza, M.Á. Marco-Buzunáriz, Heegaard splittings of graph manifolds. Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata (1923-) 198 (3), 727-747.
M. Marco Buzunariz, Exact Computations with Approximate Methods. London Mathematical Society Newsletter 483 (2019), p. 31-35.
M.Á. Marco Buzunáriz, M. Pe Pereira. Irreducibility of analytic arc-sections of hypersurface singularities. arXiv version
V. Manero, .Á. Marco Buzunáriz. Effective computation of degree bounded minimal models for GCDA'sarXiv version
I have coded several patches for Sagemath.
A non exhaustive list of the modules i have worked in are free, finitely presented, and braid groups,
graded commutative differential algebras, and the integration of the
TIDES library for high precision integration of ODE's.
I also participated as a mentor on the Google Summer of Code program in three projects:
implement new decoding error-correcting codes algorithms (by Veronica Suaste)
,a knot theory module (by Amit Jamagadni) and improvements on algebraic curves (by Grayson Jorgenson).
a small tool I wrote to help in the developping/debugging process of Sagemath. It is
intended to be used in conjuction with the Kate editor. It helps tracing the execution
of commands, showing the values of the variables and the code being executed at
libhomfly is a modification of
the Robert Jenkins program to compute
the HOMFLY polynomial of knots and links. Unlike the original program, it is intended to be used
as a shared library from other programs.
pydiceware-es is a secure passphrase generator.
Right now it has a preloaded dictionary of most used spanish words (taken from several public domain books),
but you can create your own word lists. It chooses randomly several words. You can specify the length,
the entropy and/or the initial letters of your words. It has command line and gui versions.
Sirocco is a C library developed by
Marcos Rodriguez and myself. It computes certified
root continuation of bivariate polynomials using interval Newton method. It is intended
to be used for computing braid monodromies of complex plane curves.
Version 2 has been rewriten in C++,
and includes the possibility of using arbitrary precission numbers (via MPFR).
libbraiding is a port of the program
by Juan González Meneses to compute different invariants
of braids, and solve the conjugation problem. This implementation exposes the functionalities of the
original program as a C++ library, which allows it to be embedded in other programs.
I had a (small) participation in the writing of the implementation of the DME cryptosystem, that was presented
to the NIST
Post Quantum Cryptography Standardization process. The original design of the cryptosystem was done by
Ignacio Luengo, and most of the coding was done by Martin Avendaño. You can read a (relatively) simple explanation of this
If you have any question about this software, please contact me by e-mail.
Here you can find some images of mathematical objects I have created to help in their visualization.
Most of them are done using either povray or blender.
This is the monodromy acting on the Milnor fibre of the simple cusp \(y^2 - x ^3\).
I also made a 3d printing of this Milnor fibre:
Here you have the 3d-printable models of three different stages of the fibration:
1, 2, 3.
Here you can find several animations showing some interesting topological constructions.
These are the slides of some of my recent talks.
Approximate methods for exact solutions about the topology of curves, in the First Joint Meeting Brazil-Spain in Mathematics, held in Fortaleza (Brazil), December 2015.
SIROCCO: a library for certified polynomial root continuation, in the 5th International Congress on Mathematical Software. Berlin, 2016.
Combinatorial conditions for linear systems of projective hypersurfaces, in the 6th Iberian Mathematical Meeting. Santiago de Compostela, 2016.
Navegación anónima con Tor. Universidad de La Rioja, December 2016.
Criptomonedas para dummies. Universidad de La Rioja, December 2016.
Heegaard splittings of graph manifolds, in the Fourth Mini-Workshop IMAC-Singacom in La Plana. December 2017.
"Desmitificando la deep web", in the Frikoño a la décima potencia. Logoroño, May 2018.
"A peek through the imaginary looking glass". Plymouth University, Plymouth, December 2018.
"Mirando a través del espejo imaginario". Festival Pint of Science, Zaragoza, Mayo 2019.
Computation of minimal model of GCDA's, MEGA 2019, Madrid, June 2019. Joint with Victor Manero.
A Kenzo Interface for Algebraic Topology Computations in SageMath, MEGA 2019, Madrid, June 2019. Joint with Julian Cuevas, Jose Divason and Ana Romero. This work was also presented in ISSAC 2019, where it was awarded with the best software presentation price.