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Algebraic Geometry

Date:  Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Location:  4096 East Hall (4:00 PM to 5:30 PM)

Title:  Logarithmic bounds on Fujita's conjecture

Abstract:   A longstanding conjecture of T. Fujita asserts that if X is a smooth complex projective variety of dimension n and if L is an ample line bundle, then K_X+mL is basepoint free for m>=n+1. The conjecture is known up to dimension five by work of Reider, Ein, Lazarsfeld, Kawamata, Ye and Zhu. In higher dimensions, breakthrough work of Angehrn, Siu, Helmke and others showed that the conjecture holds if m is larger than a quadratic function in n. We show that for n>=2 the conjecture holds for m larger than n(loglog(n)+3). This is joint work with L. Ghidelli.


Speaker:  Justin Lacini
Institution:  University of Kansas

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