stanford algebraic geometry seminar 2021

The Stanford Algebraic Geometry Seminar meets online, usually Fridays at noon pacific time.

Register in advance for the seminar:

Then attend the seminar: (pwd 362880)

date and timespeakertitlelinks
(noon Pacific unless otherwise specified)(click for abstract)
January 15Ben Antieau (Northwestern)Genus 1 curves in twisted projective spacesvideo, slides
January 22Takumi Murayama (Princeton)Grothendieck’s localization problemvideo, slides, handout
January 29Soumya Sankar (Ohio State)Derived equivalences of gerbey curves
February 5Sean Keel (UT Austin)Berkovich geometry and mirror symmetryslides
February 12Laure Flapan (Michigan State)Fano manifolds associated to hyperkähler manifoldsslides
February 19Izzet Coskun (UIC)Algebraic Hyperbolicity and Lang-type loci in hypersurfacesvideo, slides
February 26Jihao Liu (Utah)Complements and local singularities in birational geometryvideo, slides
March 5Arend Bayer (Edinburgh)Fano varieties: from derived categories to geometry via stabilityvideo, slides
March 12, 4 pmYuuji Tanaka (Kyoto)On the virtual Euler characteristics of the moduli spaces of semistable sheaves on a complex projective surfaceslides
March 26Nikolas Kuhn (Stanford)A blowup formula for virtual Donaldson invariantsvideo
April 2Matt Baker (Georgia Tech)Pastures, Polynomials, and Matroidsvideo
April 9Sam Molcho (ETH)The strict transform in logarithmic geometryslides
April 16Samir Canning (UC San Diego)The Chow rings of M7, M8, and M9video, slides
April 23Michael Temkin (HUJI)Logarithmic resolution of singularitiessynchronous discussion will take place at (not in zoom-chat)
April 30Remy van Dobben de Bruyn (Princeton/IAS)Constructing varieties with prescribed Hodge numbers modulo m in positive characteristic
May 7Geoff Smith (UIC)TBAsynchronous discussion will take place at (not in zoom-chat)
May 14Joachim Jelisiejew (Warsaw)Pathologies on the Hilbert scheme of points
May 21Eric Katz (Ohio State)Iterated p-adic integration on semistable curves
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