University of Utah

Department of Mathematics

Algebraic Geometry Seminar

(a.k.a. Math 7805)


    Spring 2000 Lectures

Regular Meetings:  4:15-5:15pm Tuesdays, JFB 102.
Occasionally, we may have additional lectures;  please see the schedule.
11 January No talk
18 January Christopher Hacon (University of Utah)
Remarks on irregular varieties
25 January Holger Kley (visiting University of Utah) 
On an example of Voisin
1 February Sean Sather-Wagstaff (University of Utah)
  A dimension inequality for Cohen-Macaulay rings
8 February Trygve Johnsen (University of Bergen, visiting Utah)
Brill-Noether general K3-surfaces
15 February Adrian Vasiu (visiting University of Utah)
The p>2 theory of Shimura varieties    Abstract
22 February Adrian Vasiu
Generalized Serre-Tate theory      Abstract
29 February Jian Kong (University of Utah)
Schubert calculus on flag varieties via equivariant cohomology
7 March Madhav Nori (University of Chicago)
Preliminaries for the construction of motives
14 March No talk (Spring break)
21 March Madhav Nori (University of Chicago)
  Motives in characteristic zero
28 March Holger Kley (visiting University of Utah)
  New recursions for k-point Gromov-Witten invariants I
4 April Holger Kley (visiting University of Utah)
  New recursions for k-point Gromov-Witten invariants II
11 April James McKernan (UC Santa Barbara)
Arithmetic without tears
18 April Aaron Bertram (University of Utah)
  Genus 0 Gromov Witten invariants: as easy as 1, 2, 3.
25 April Andreas Knutsen (Bergen)

Speakers and titles from past terms:  Fall 1997, Winter 1998 , Spring 1998, Fall 1998, Spring 1999, Fall 1999.

We maintain an emailing list for special announcements,  extra talks etc.  To be added to or deleted from this list, or with questions or comments about the seminar, email Holger Kley at

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