Harvard-MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar: POSTPONED


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February 13, 2024 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
MIT, Room 2-132

Maksym Fedorchuk - Boston College

Seminar POSTPONED due to weather. Apologies for any inconveniences.
Rescheduled date: February 27th, 3:00-4:00. See website for more details.
A recent achievement in K-stability of Fano varieties is an algebro-geometric construction of a projective moduli space of K-polystable Fanos. The ample line bundle on this moduli space is the CM line bundle of Tian. One of the consequences of the general theory is that given a family of K-stable Fanos over a punctured curve, the polystable filling is the one that minimizes the degree of the CM line bundle after every finite base change. A natural question is to ask what are the CM-minimizers without base change. In answering this question, we arrive at a theory of Kollár stability for fibrations over one-dimensional bases, and standard models of Fano fibrations. After explaining the general theory, I will sketch work in progress on standard models of quartic threefold hypersurfaces. This talk is based on joint work with Hamid Abban and Igor Krylov.

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