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Student Algebraic Geometry

Date:  Friday, September 24, 2021
Location:  2866 East Hall (3:00 PM to 4:00 PM)

Title:  Hodge theory and numerical invariants of algebraic varieties

Abstract:   When a compact complex manifold is given as the vanishing locus of polynomial equations, its singular cohomology groups possess natural direct-sum decompositions called Hodge structures. These Hodge structures strongly influence the topology of the variety; for instance, their mere existence implies that the odd-degree cohomology groups have even rank. I will explain what these structures are and how they lead to nice discrete invariants of algebraic varieties, such as Hodge numbers and Hodge diamonds. I will also discuss connections to the Grothendieck ring of varieties.

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Speaker:  James Hotchkiss
Institution:  UM

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