SMRI 'What is ...?' Series
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SMRI 'What is ...?' Seminar:
‘What is …a Hodge module?’
Kari Vilonen (University of Melbourne)
Abstract: I will explain what a Hodge module is starting from Poincare.
Biography: Kari Vilonen is a professor of mathematics at the University of Melbourne. His research is in geometric aspects of representation theory and the Langlands program. He has also worked on foundational questions on perverse sheaves and D-modules including the microlocal point of view.
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|Thu||Sep 15||03:00||Kari Vilonen||‘What is …a Hodge module?’|
|Thu||Aug 25||03:00||Kenneth Ascher||'What is ...a moduli space?'|
|Tue||Apr 26||05:00||Pedram Hekmati||What is a cohomological field theory?|
|Tue||Apr 12||05:00||Clément Canonne||'What is deterministic amplification?'|