Study group on Geometric Invariant Theory
This working seminar takes place on Fridays from 3 to 4 pm in Room 7395 at the CUNY Graduate Center. All are welcome.
Our goal is to study Geometric Invariant Theory, and variation of
GIT quotients in particular.
Time permitting we'll look at applications of GIT to representation theory.
|February 25||Bart Van Steirteghem||Organization and Actions of reductive groups|
|March 4||Lloyd West||Basics of GIT, part I|
|March 11||Bart Van Steirteghem||Basics of GIT, part II|
Bart Van Steirteghem
Basics of GIT, part II (continued)
Variation of quotients: first examples, part I
|Anupam Bhatnagar||Variation of quotients: first examples, part II|
|April 1||No seminar||on account of AGNES at MIT|
|April 8||Bart Van Steirteghem||Variation of quotients according to Ressayre, I|
|April 15||Bart Van Steirteghem||Variation of quotients according to Ressayre, II|
|April 22||No meeting||Spring Break|
|April 29||Bart Van Steirteghem||Variation of quotients according to Ressayre, III|
|May 6||Lloyd West||The invariants of six points in projective space, I|
|May 13||Lloyd West||The invariants of six points in projective space, II|
Organized by Lloyd West (lloydwest "at-sign" me "dot" com)
and Bart Van Steirteghem (bartvs "at-sign" mec "dot" cuny "dot" edu).
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