Topics in Arithmetic Geometry 1-2, Fall 2009 and Spring 2010
Time: Mondays, 15:45--17:30. Place: Snellius 401.
Information on this course in the
online study guide.
Participation to the Fall semester is not a prerequisite for
participation in the Spring semester!
All students writing their master theses in the Spring of 2010 in the
area of algebra, geometry and number theory, or planning to start
doing so in the near future, are advised to participate.
The (proposed) rules for obtaining 6 EC for this seminar are as
The grade will be Pass/Fail, which does not affect the weighted
average of your grades.
- speak at least two times;
- not too much of the same;
- there must be some originality in the talk (e.g., at least work out an
example of yourself, or state and prove your own new theorem!);
- students provide notes for their own lectures.
May 24. No meeting: 2nd day of Pentecost.
- Joost Michielsen, Primes in arithmetic progressions in F_q[X].
May 3. No meeting because of "course free week".
April 5. No meeting because 2nd day of Easter.
March 29. No meeting because Peter and Bas are both abroad.
March 22. No meeting because this is a week without courses.
The theme today is vector bundles on P^1. See a
by Winfried Scharlau for some historical details.
No meeting because of anniversary of the university (`dies').
Bas Edixhoven <email@example.com>
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