Date
Mon, 04 Nov 2019
Time
16:00 - 17:00
Location
C1
Speaker
Esteban Gomezllata Marmolejo
Organisation
Oxford

Arakelov geometry studies schemes X over ℤ, together with the Hermitian complex geometry of X(ℂ).
Most notably, it has been used to give a proof of Mordell's conjecture (Faltings's Theorem) by Paul Vojta; curves of genus greater than 1 have at most finitely many rational points.
In this talk, we'll introduce some of the ideas behind Arakelov theory, and show how many results in Arakelov theory are analogous—with additional structure—to classic results such as intersection theory and Riemann Roch.

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