Symbols, birational geometry, and computations
Brendan Hassett (Brown University / ICERM)
Abstract: We are interested in G-birational equivalence of varieties where G is a finite group. Kontsevich-Tschinkel and Kresch-Tschinkel have developed symbol formalism to construct invariants that show rich internal structure. We present examples of computations of these invariants for varieties in small dimensions, illustrating how they compare to existing classification techniques.
Audience: researchers in the topic
Comments: The discussion for Brendan Hassett’s talk is taking place not in zoom-chat, but at tinyurl.com/2020-07-24-bh (and will be deleted after 3-7 days).
Series comments: Seminar time varies somewhat in summer 2020, as we figure out a steadystate.
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