Jongbaek Song, Regular Hessenberg Varieties and Toric Varieties

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     Speaker Jongbaek Song KIAS A Hessenberg variety is a subvariety of the flag variety (G/B) determined by two parameters: one is an element of the Lie algebra of G and the other is a B-submodule containing the Lie algebra of B, known as a Hessenberg space. In this talk, we focus on elements

Young-Hoon Kiem, A New Construction of the Moduli Space of Pointed Stable Curves of Genus 0

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     Speaker Young-Hoon Kiem Seoul National University The moduli space of n points on a projective line up to projective equivalence has been a topic of research since the 19th century. A natural moduli theoretic compactification was constructed by Deligne and Mumford as an algebraic stack. Later, Knudsen, Keel, Kapranov and others provided explicit

Jeong-Seop Kim, Positivity of Tangent Bundles of Fano Threefolds

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     Speaker Jeong-Seop Kim KAIST As well as the Hartshorne-Frankel conjecture on the ampleness of tangent bundle, it has been asked to characterize a smooth projective variety X whose tangent bundle TX attains certain positivity, e.g., nefness, k-ampleness, or bigness. But for the ampleness, the complete answers are not known even within the class

Guolei Zhong, Strictly Nef Divisors on Singular Varieties

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     Speaker Guolei Zhong IBS CCG A Q-Cartier divisor on a normal projective variety is said to be strictly nef, if it has positive intersection with every integral curve. It has been a long history for people to measure how far a strictly nef divisor is from being ample. In this talk, I will

Yonghwa Cho, Nodal Sextics and Even Sets of Nodes

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     Speaker Yonghwa Cho IBS CCG It is a classical question to ask how many nodes may a surface contain. For sextics, the maximum number of nodes is 65, and is attained by Barth's example. We ask further: are all sextics with 65 nodes like Barth's example? To find an answer, we study even

Hoseob Seo, On L2 Extension from Singular Hypersurfaces

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     Speaker Hoseob Seo IBS CCG In L2 extension theorems from an irreducible singular hypersurface in a complex manifold, important roles are played by certain measures such as the Ohsawa measure, which determines when a given function can be extended. In this talk, we show that the singularity of the Ohsawa measure can be

Guolei Zhong, Dynamical Characterization of Projective Toric Varieties

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     Speaker Guolei Zhong IBS-CCG As a fundamental building block of the equivariant minimal model program, the rationally connected variety plays a significant role in the classification of projective varieties admitting non-isomorphic endomorphisms. Twenty years ago, Nakayama confirmed Sato’s conjecture that, a smooth projective rational surface is toric if and only if it admits

Benjamin McMillan, The Range of the Killing Operator

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     Speaker Benjamin McMillan IBS-CCG The Killing operator in (semi) Riemannian geometry has well understood kernel: the infinitesimal symmetries of a given metric. At the next level, the range of the Killing operator can be interpreted as those perturbations of the metric that result from a mere change of coordinates---in contexts like general relativity,

Jinhyun Park, A Reciprocity Theorem Arising from a Family of Algebraic Curves

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     Speaker Jinhyun Park KAIST The classical reciprocity theorem, also called the residue theorem, states that the sum of the residues of a rational (meromorphic) differential form on a compact Riemann surface is zero. Its generalization to smooth projective curves over a field is often called the Tate reciprocity theorem. There is a different

Jaewoo Jeong, Hankel Index of Smooth Non-ACM Curves of Almost Minimal Degree

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     Speaker Jaewoo Jeong IBS CCG   The Hankel index of a real variety is a semi-algebraic invariant that quantifies the (structural) difference between nonnegative quadrics and sums of squares on the variety. Note that the Hankel index of a variety is difficult to compute and was computed for just few cases. In 2017,

Dennis The, A Cartan-theoretic Perspective on (2,3,5)-distributions

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     Speaker Dennis The UiT The Arctic University of Norway Generic rank 2 distributions on 5-manifolds, i.e. "(2,3,5)-distributions", are interesting geometric structures arising in the study of non-holonomic systems, underdetermined ODE of Monge type, conformal 5-manifolds with special holonomy, etc. The origins of their study date to Élie Cartan's "5-variables" paper of 1910, where

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