Derived Categories and Their Applications to Birational Geometry
4th Biannual Stony Brook Mini-School in Geometry
Monday, April 6, 2015
Aimed at graduate students and postdocs in geometry, the mini school will present an introduction to recent applications of derived categories in birational geometry. No previous exposure to the subject will be assumed.
The school takes place right before the conference New Techniques in Birational Geometry.
How to get here
Directions to Stony Brook
and the location
of Mathematics department.
If you are driving, please park in a faculty/staff lot, and obtain a visitor permit from the registration desk inside Simons Center.
LIRR train schedule
. We recommend the train departing Penn Station at 7.49 am,
with a connection at Jamaica at 8.19am, arriving at Stony Brook at 9.43am.
Lunch and coffee will be provided and we will defray modest travel costs (trains or carpooling) for non-local participants.
To help us process reimbursement,
please pool your expenses by asking one person in a group to buy round-trip tickets for everybody, and give us one
receipt for reimbursement (with the names of the others), etc.
The lunch and coffee will be subsidized for local participants.
Organized by Samuel Grushevsky, Radu Laza, Robert Lazarsfeld, Christian Schnell, Jason Starr, Claire Voisin.
Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry portal
Supported by the NSF and Stony Brook Algebraic Geometry Fund