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Colloquiums (FM & IMI)

Discriminant varieties, branched covers and some odd things that I know about the Fermat curves [FM]

Hold Date
2008-04-09 15:30~2008-04-09 17:00
Place
Hakozaki campus, Science Building no.3, room 3311
Object person
 
Speaker
M. Uludag (Galatasary Univ. Turkey)

A Fermat curve is a certain abelian covering of the projective line branched at 3 points, and is usually
described by the equation x^n+y^n+z^n=0. I will remark that, if we allow singularities, there are some other nice embeddings of the Fermat curve.