Monthly Archives: May 2009

Endomorphisms of Elliptic Curves and the Tate module

Dear Readers, We’ve now talked about quaternion algebras, and today I’ll talk about the surprisingly close connection between quaternion algebras and elliptic curves. We first recall a fundamental fact about isogenies:

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Applications of the Schubert Calculus

Ok, this is going to be my last post in enumerative geometry for a while, as I’m kind of drifting away from the subject.  However, this one will be fun.  We’ve already established the structure of the cohomology ring for … Continue reading

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