Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Grothendieck-Riemann-Roch Theorem, a proof-sketch

By this time I’m sure everyone whose curiousity was piqued by the statement of the Grothendieck-Riemann-Roch theorem has read it themselves. Nevertheless, in case you haven’t, I will proceed to outline the steps of the surprisingly “easy” proof.  It is … Continue reading

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Summer School: Day 1

As I mentioned, I’m participating in a summer school on the Geometry of Quantum Fields at Penn.  I’m in Katrin Wendland’s mentoring session this week, which means conformal fields and vertex algebras.

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The next two weeks

I know I’ve been fairly bad about posting recently. Started teaching my first course. But that SHOULD end on Monday. Not the course, the silence. That’s when the Geometry of Quantum Fields summer school starts here at Penn.  For the … Continue reading

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