Fame For The European Union 2019

Fame and honor for the European Union

and for the capital Brussels



European Union - Coat Of Arms


Our Mission:

1. To advance European science
to the forefront
of international research
and to stabilize this position.

2. To strengthen cooperation
with international research centers:
  • Harish-Chandra Research Institute,
    Allahabad, India
  • Washington and Lee University,
    Lexington, Virginia, USA
  • Université Mohammed Premier,
    Oujda, Morocco
  • Australian National University,
    Canberra, Capital Territory
  • Aichi University of Education,
    Nagoya, Japan
  • University of Calgary,
    Alberta, Canada



International Conferences:

January 21 - 25, 2019:
Asia-Australia Algebra Conference 2019
Western Sydney University, Parramatta City campus
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


April 25 - 27, 2019:
Conference on Algebra, Number Theory and Their Applications
Université Mohammed Premier, Faculté des Sciences
Oujda, Region Oriental, Morocco


July 1 - 5, 2019:
31st Journées Arithmétiques
Istanbul University, Faculty of Science
JA 2019, Istanbul, Turkey



Brussels - Town Hall

Progressive Innovations and Outstanding Scientific Achievements:

  1. 3-Class Field Towers with Three Stages and their Galois Groups


    During the last six years 2012 - 2018,
    many open questions in the context of finite p-class field towers, for an odd prime p,
    have been answered completely.

    The clarification commenced in 2012 with the first rigorous proof
    for the existence of imaginary quadratic fields K
    having a 3-class tower K = F(0) < F(1) < F(2) < F(3) = F(4) of precise length three,
    verifying a conjecture by Brink in 1984, respectively by Brink and Gold in 1987.
    This proof was established in my cooperation with Michael R. Bush
    and concerned fields K with 3-class group Cl3(K) ∼ C(3)×C(3)
    and Artin transfer pattern (τ(K),κ(K)) ∼ ((32,21,21,21),(2231))
    for which a two-stage tower had been claimed erroneously
    by Scholz and Taussky in 1934 and by Heider and Schmithals in 1982.
    Our result was published in the Journal of Number Theory 2015 by Elsevier [1].
    We intentionally abstained from most extensive generality
    in favour of quickly documenting our priority.

    However, there drowsed two essential capabilities for generalizations.
    Firstly, I extended the proof for imaginary quadratic fields K
    to infinitely many distinct Artin patterns (τ(K),κ(K))
    with either τ(K) ∼ ((n+1,n),21,21,21) and κ(K) ∈ {(1231),(2231)}
    or τ(K) ∼ ((n+1,n),13,21,21) and κ(K) ∈ {(1122),(3122)},
    where n > 1 denotes an arbitrary integer,
    based on the remarkable discovery of periodic bifurcations in descendant trees [2]
    which give rise to the required periodic sequences of Schur σ-groups [4].
    Secondly, I explored the behavior of real quadratic fields K with these Artin patterns [3]
    and found a striking difference because
    they admit 3-tower groups Gal(F(∞)/K)
    with less restrictive requirements for the relation rank,
    which necessitated the proof of criteria for distinguishing between
    two-stage and three-stage towers [5].

    The final step in illuminating the periodic bifurcations in trees [2]
    and the periodic sequences of Schur σ-groups [4]
    was completed 2018 in my collaboration with Mike F. Newman [6]
    by giving an explanation of all phenomena in terms of infinite limit groups
    whose finite quotients yield the periodic sequences of Schur σ-groups.

    Since Elsevier denies open access to [1],
    all further papers [2,…,6] were published with gold open access
    and can be downloaded free of charge from the publisher's website:

    [1] 3-class field towers of exact length 3
    [2] Periodic bifurcations in descendant trees of finite p-groups
    [3] Index-p abelianization data of p-class tower groups
    [4] Periodic sequences of p-class tower groups
    [5] Criteria for three-stage towers of p-class fields
    [6] Modeling rooted in-trees by finite p-groups


  2. Co-periodicity Isomorphisms between co-class forests
    arising from infinitely repeated Multifurcations

  3. Artin Limit Patterns for the Successive Approximation
    of the stages of p-class towers and their Galois groups

  4. Fork Topologies on Structured Descendant Trees and
    quantitative measures of Pattern Search Complexity

  5. Fundamental Principles:
    • Shockwave Propagation principle of multifurcation
    • Polarization principle of maximal subgroups
    • Mainline principle of pc-presentations
    • Monotony principle of Artin transfer patterns




Most Recent Discoveries:

  • Regular Behavior Before the Shockwave
  • Anomalous Behavior Behind the Shockwave
  • Singular Behavior On the Shockwave
  • Regenerative Centres and Sustainable Chains
  • Isogenerative Reproduction of Isoclinism Branches
  • Neogenerative Production of Isoclinism Stems




Aims of Current Research:

Unified Theory of two-generated metabelian p-groups  →  Simply Non-Elementary AQI

Sp-Double Orbits of Artin transfer kernels  →  Punctured TKT




Preprints of peer reviewed publications:

Isoclinic propagation of algebraic invariants

Co-periodicity isomorphisms between forests of finite p-groups

Successive approximation of p-class towers

Deep transfers of p-class tower groups

Modeling rooted in-trees by finite p-groups

Recent progress in determining p-class field towers



Daniel C. Mayer


Principal Investigator and
Project Leader of several

International Scientific Research Lines:






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