Infinite-Dimensional Geometry with Symmetry
He presents older and new examples of this phenomenon, along with applications to algebraic statistics, tensor decomposition, and algebraic combinatorics.
We are pleased to welcome our guest speaker Prof. Jan Draisma from the University of Bern, Switzerland, to talk about ‘Infinite-Dimensional Geometry’ in our upcoming seminar on Monday March 29, 2021 at 4:00 PM PST via zoom in J. Conway Spirited Mathematics Seminar Series. Prof. Jan Draisma has his research interests concerning the interplay between combinatorics, statistics, and algebraic geometry.
He discusses the problem of the breakdown of most theorems in finite-dimensional algebraic geometry in infinite dimensions. His talk highlights that some finite-dimensional algebraic geometry theorems & results survive when a sufficiently large symmetry group is imposed along with some examples. His presentation includes some applications to algebraic statistics, tensor decomposition, algebraic combinatorics.
Please join us virtually via zoom.
Zoom Meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/97379855766
Meeting ID: 973 7985 5766; Passcode: 146928
The rest of the talks from this series can be accessed here: