Columbia Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Fall 2010

The Columbia Algebraic Geometry Seminar takes place on Fridays from 2 to 3 pm in 417 Mathematics Hall on the Columbia campus. All are welcome.

Schedule of upcoming talks

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

September 10 Dawei Chen UIC Slope and Siegel-Veech constant of Teichmüller curves
September 17 Elham Izadi Georgia Examples of curves of high Clifford index with isomorphic Prym varieties
September 24 Ben Bakker NYU Higher rank Donaldson-Thomas invariants of K3 surfaces
October 1 Michael Thaddeus Columbia Compactifications of reductive groups as moduli of principal bundles
October 8 Fedor Bogomolov NYU Universal spaces in birational geometry
October 15 Dan Edidin Missouri Partial desingularizations of good moduli spaces of toric Artin stacks
October 22 Sabin Cautis Columbia Categorified Heisenberg actions on Hilbert schemes
October 29 Hélène Esnault Duisburg-Essen On the algebraic fundamental group
November 5 Xi Chen Alberta Rational self-maps of K3 surfaces
November 12 Sándor Kovács Washington What is...a higher dimensional stable family?
November 19 Renzo Cavalieri Colorado State Open orbifold Gromov-Witten invariants
November 26 Thanksgiving No seminar
December 3 Davesh Maulik MIT Relative Behrend functions
December 10 Martin Olsson Berkeley Some observations on Borel-Moore homology and cycle maps

Schedules from the past: F '97 - F '00, S '01, F '01, S '02, F '02, S '03, F '03, S '04, F '04, S '05, F '05, S '06, F '06, S '07, F '07, S '08, F '08, S '09, F '09, S '10

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 Brown University Geometry Seminar, the Geometry, Representation theory, and Moduli Seminar at Princeton, the Utah Algebraic Geometry Seminar, the Combinatorics and Topology Seminars at the University of Michigan, the Seminar on Topics in Arithmetic Geometry, Etc. at MIT, and the Algebraic Geometry and Differential Topology Seminar at the Rényi Institute in Budapest. Also note the suspiciously colored background of the Queen's Algebraic Geometry Seminar and the Michigan Colloquium.