Study group on Geometric Invariant Theory
This working seminar takes place on Thursdays from 2 to 3:30 pm in Room 5212 at the CUNY Graduate Center. All are welcome.
Our goal is to study Geometric Invariant Theory, and its application to moduli problems in particular.
|February 9 at 2:30pm||Ray Hoobler||The GIT construction of a moduli space of stable sheaves|
|February 16||Ray Hoobler||The GIT construction of a moduli space of stable sheaves, continued|
|February 23||Ray Hoobler||The GIT construction of a moduli space of stable sheaves, continued|
|March 1 at 2:30 pm||Bart Van Steirteghem||Luna's Slice Theorem, part 1|
|March 8||Bart Van Steirteghem||Luna's Slice Theorem, part 2|
|March 29 at 2:30 pm||Ray Hoobler||Principal bundles associated to GIT quotients of bundles|
|May 3||Bart Van Steirteghem||The space of rational maps on P^1 (following Silverman), part 1|
|May 10 at 2:30 pm||
Bart Van Steirteghem
|The space of rational maps on P^1 (following Silverman), part 2|
Lloyd West (lloydwest "at-sign" me "dot" com) and
Bart Van Steirteghem (bartvs "at-sign" mec "dot" cuny "dot" edu).
Previous semesters: Fall 2011 Spring 2011
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Last update: 7 May 2012