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Towards a geometric compactification of moduli of polarized K3 surfaces

Keel, S (Texas)
Tuesday 07 June 2011, 10:00-11:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


I'll discuss my recent proof, joint with Hacking and Gross, of Tyurin's conjecture on canonical theta functions for polarized K3 surface, and our expectation that the construction determines a canonical toroidal compactification of moduli of polarized K3 surfaces, such that the universal family extends to a family of SLC Gorenstein K-trivial surfaces.


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