Maria Gillespie: Lazy Tournaments and Moduli of Curves
Date of publication: 17. 4. 2021
17:00 - 18:30
ID: 930 1925 0001 – Password: curve
Combinatorics has increasingly been appearing as an essential tool in algebraic geometry, as more abstract geometric problems are shown to boil down to a simple combinatorial rule. We discuss the methods of combinatorial algebraic geometry in general, and then describe a new recent example of this phenomenon involving an algorithm on trees called a "lazy tournament", and how it helps us understand the moduli space of genus zero stable curves.
Lazy Tournaments and Moduli of Curves Maria Gillespie, Colorado State University
Vljudno vabljeni. Primož Moravec