[SNU Number Theory Seminar 2021.12.03] Algebraization theorems in complex and non-archimedean geometry

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일정시작 2021-12-03
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  • Date :  12월 3일 (금) 10:30 AM

  • Place :  Zoom 896 5654 6548 / 157067

  • Speaker :  Abhishek Oswal (Caltech)

  • Title :  Algebraization theorems in complex and non-archimedean geometry

  • Abstract :  Algebraization theorems originating from o-minimality have found striking applications in recent years to Hodge theory and Diophantine geometry. The utility of o-minimality originates from the 'tame' topological properties that sets definable in such structures satisfy. O-minimal geometry thus provides a way to interpolate between the algebraic and analytic worlds. One such algebraization theorem that has been particularly useful is the definable Chow theorem of Peterzil and Starchenko which states that a closed analytic subset of a complex algebraic variety that is simultaneously definable in an o-minimal structure is an algebraic subset. In this talk, I shall discuss a non-archimedean version of this result and some recent applications of these algebraization theorems.

  • Website:  https://sites.google.com/view/snunt/seminars







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