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source: Brown University 2015年12月7日

AGNES is a series of weekend workshops in algebraic geometry. One of our goals is to introduce graduate students to a broad spectrum of current research in algebraic geometry. AGNES is held twice a year at participating universities in the Northeast.

Cryptographic Problems in Algebraic Geometry Lecture 1:06:16 by Kristin Lauter.

Some Applications of Group Theory to the Arithmetic of Abelian Varieties Pre-Talk 24:45

Some Applications of Group Theory to the Arithmetic of Abelian Varieties Lecture 1:06:35

Furstenberg Sets and Furstenberg Schemes Lecture 1:00:58

Mixed-Spin-P Fields and Wall Crossing of GW Theory of CY Quintics Pre-Talk 1:07:04

Mixed-Spin-P Fields and Wall Crossing of GW Theory of CY Quintics Lecture 35:24

A1 Curves on Quasi-Projective Varieties Lecture 1:03:44

The (Unpolarized) Shafarevich Conjecture for K3 Surfaces Lecture 1:02:15

Positivity for Curves Lecture 1:05:47

Tropical Independence and the Maximal Rank Conjecture for Quadrics Lecture 1:05:19

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