Rob de Jeu

Contact Information

Faculteit der Bètawetenschappen
Afdeling Wiskunde
Vrije Universiteit
De Boelelaan 1111
1081 HV Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Office: 9A-27, NU building
Telephone: +31-20-598 7676

Slides from talks

Here are slides, etc., of some of my talks (BMC 2001, BMC 2002, Dagstuhl 2004, Banff 2005, Belfast 2007, VU 2007, Utrecht 2009,...).

Research Information

My work is concentrated around algebraic K-theory, especially in the direction of Zagier's, Goncharov's and Beilinson's conjectures. It involves making K-groups more explicit, computing regulators and establishing relations between those regulators and the values of L-functions at certain points. Since this area relates to and uses techniques from number theory and arithmetic algebraic geometry, I also do research in those fields without any link to algebraic K-theory. As some of my work is computer based there are also algorithmic aspects to my research.

I was the scientist in charge of the Durham node in the EC network Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry that ended 31st January 2008. I was also associated with the Edinburgh node in the EC network Algebraic K-Theory, Linear Algebraic Groups and Related Structures, which finished 30th September 2006. Nowadays I take part in the The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) clusters DIAMANT and GQT.

Sander Dahmen and Ilke Canakci also work in my research group.

Through the EC-funded Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry network, or through other sources of money (including EPSRC (UK) and NWO (The Netherlands), I had various postdocs, including Jean-Guillaume Grebet, Niklas Broberg, Ivan Horozov, Daniel Caro, Tejaswi Navilarekallu, Marco Streng, Deepam Patel, and Chun Yin Hui.

Currently I have two PhD students: Joey van Langen and Casper Putz. Hang Liu visited me for the two years 2013 and 2014 while being a PhD student at the Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.


From time to time I have some visitors.

With some other people I organized a Stieltjes "onderwijsweek" in January 2010, where the topics were inspired by the lectures of Spencer Bloch as Stieltjes professor hosted by me in February and March 2010.

Together with Aravind Asok, Charles Doran, Roy Joshua, Marc Levine, James D. Lewis and Ursula Whitcher I will run a semester on K-theory, algebraic cycles, and motivic homotopy theory at the Newton Institute in Cambridge, United Kingdom, in the first half of 2020.

Earlier I organized

Preprints and abstracts of publications

Click here to get a listing of my papers from AMS MathSciNet. (Note: You or your institution must have a valid MathSciNet subscription for this to work.)