Developments in Algebraic Geomery
In Directions Initiated by David Mumford
June 2, 2007, Providence, RI
Sponsored by Brown University,
the Clay Mathematics Institute, and the
National Science Foundation.
Five colloquium-style lectures on recent developments in
algebraic geometry in directions initiated by David Mumford.
||University of Georgia
||Compactification of moduli spaces
||Integrable linear equations and Riemann-Schottky type problems
||University of Bonn
||Non-archimedean uniformization from Mumford to the present.
||Johns Hopkins University
||Mumford's legacy in birational geometry.
||Mumford's conjecture: A topological outlook
Schedule (PDF file)
Abstracts (PDF file)
at the Applied Math Division of Brown University
- Ching-Li Chai, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amnon Neeman, email@example.com
- Takahiro Shiota firstname.lastname@example.org
- The NSF has kindly provided funds to help support graduate students
and early-career researchers attending this Conference.
People interested in requesting support should fill out the
- The grant from the NSF is administered by the University of Pennsylvania.
- Procedure and forms for reimbursement
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