Equations, syzygies, and vector bundles

Daniel Erman (Michigan)

For a system of polynomial equations, it has long been known that the relations (or syzygies) among the polynomials provide geometric information about the corresponding projective variety. I will describe a collection of new ideas about how to study syzygies, and how these lead to classification results and a duality between syzygies and vector bundles.

Monday, January 7th, at 4:00pm in HBH 227

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