Stanford Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Fall Quarter 2001
Fridays 2:30-3:30 in 380D

The purpose of this seminar is to discuss papers and results that are classics (or future classics), ideas that have had or potentially will have a positive impact on research in algebraic geometry.

For more information, please contact Jun Li ( or Ravi Vakil (

Schedule of talks:

October 12 Jun Li Nakamjima's work on Hilbert scheme of points and infinite Lie algebra
October 19 Ravi Vakil Kleiman's Numerical Criterion for Ampleness
October 26 Young-Hoon Kiem Motivic Measures (summary)
November 2 Eric Katz Mumford's Grothendieck-Riemann-Roch calculation on Moduli of Curves
November 9 Diane Maclagan Connectivity of the Hilbert scheme
November 16 Mira Bernstein Limit Linear Series
November 23 No seminar (Thanksgiving break)
November 30 Jacob Shapiro TBA
December 7? (Probably no talk)

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