Columbia Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Fall 2003

The Columbia Algebraic Geometry Seminar takes place Fridays at 3:30 pm in 417 Mathematics. All are welcome.

Schedule of upcoming talks

Click on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available).

September 12 Alastair Craw Stony Brook Crepant resolutions of orbifolds by variation of GIT quotients
September 19 Mark Andrea de Cataldo Stony Brook The Hodge theory of algebraic maps
September 26 Tom Coates Harvard Quantization and Gromov-Witten theory
October 3 Matthew Szczesny Pennsylvania Orbifolds and the chiral de Rham complex
October 10 Gavril Farkas Princeton and Texas Theta divisors, resolutions and moduli of curves
October 17 Andrei Okounkov Princeton Dissolving crystals and Gromov-Witten invariants
October 24 Ionut Ciocan-Fontanine Minnesota Gromov-Witten invariants of GIT quotients
October 31 Constantin Teleman Cambridge Universal index formula for the moduli of G-bundles on a Riemann surface
November 7 Frank Sottile U. Mass., Amherst The real story of linear series on P^1
November 14 Sasha Braverman Harvard Intersection theory of parabolic Uhlenbeck schemes
Nov. 21 at 2 pm Ravi Vakil Stanford A geometric Littlewood-Richardson rule
November 21 William Fulton Michigan Equivariant cohomology and degeneracy loci
Nov. 21 at 5 pm Robert MacPherson Inst. for Adv. Study Computing equivariant cohomology
December 5 Brendan Hassett Rice Toward a canonical model for the moduli space of curves

Schedules from the past: Fall 1997 - Fall 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Spring 2003

This page is maintained by Michael Thaddeus and was shamelessly, indirectly copied from Pasha Belorousski.

Other, equally shameless thefts: the Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar, the Stanford Algebraic Geometry Seminar, the Geometry, Representation theory, and Moduli Seminar at Princeton, the Utah Number Theory Seminar, the Toronto Number Theory/Representation Theory Seminar, the Colloquium and the Arithmetic, Combinatorics, and Topology Seminars at the University of Michigan, the Colloquium and the Algebraic Geometry Seminar at the University of British Columbia, and the Utrecht Geometry and Topology Seminar. Also note the suspiciously colored background of the Aarhus Algebra Seminar.