The topic for this semester is abelian variety.

We are using the book "Abelian Varieties" by David Mumford.

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We meet on Thursdays 4-5 pm in LN 2402.

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**Fall 2012**

Date | Speaker | Content |
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09/13 | Daniel Williams | II.4. Definition of abelian varieties. |

09/20 | Joel Dodge | Appendix to § 4. |

09/27 | Joel Dodge | II.5. Cohomology and base change. |

10/04 | Jinghao Li | II.5. Cohomology and base change (cont.). |

10/11 | Michael Fink | II.6. The theorem of the cube I. |

10/18 | Michael Fink | II.6. The theorem of the cube I (cont.). |

10/25 | Michael Fink | II.6. The theorem of the cube I (cont.). |

11/01 | Michael Fink | II.6. The theorem of the cube I (cont.). |

11/08 | Daniel Williams | II.7. Dividing varieties by finite groups. |

11/15 | Daniel Williams | II.7. Dividing varieties by finite groups (cont.). |

11/29 | Daniel Williams | II.7. Dividing varieties by finite groups (cont.). |

12/06 | Dikran Karagueuzian | II.8. Dual abelian varieties |

12/13 | Dikran Karagueuzian | II.8. Dual abelian varieties |

**Attendee**

Name | |
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Ding Ding | ding at math |

Joel Dodge | joel at math |

Mike Fink | fink at math |

Dikran Karagueuzian | dikran at math |

Jinghao Li | jinghao at math |

Daniel Vallieres | vallieres at math |

Adrian Vasiu | adrian at math |

Daniel Williams | williams at math |

Changwei Zhou | 0739085 at gmail |