Introduction to Schubert Calculus
Speaker: Dang Tuan Hiep

Time: 9h00, Wednesday, October 30, 2019,
Room 611-612, Building A6, Institute of Mathematics
Schubert Calculus is a branch of algebraic geometry introduced in the nineteenth century by Hermann Schubert, in order to solve various counting problems of projective geometry (part of enumerative geometry). These problems are solved by studying both algebraic geometry and algebraic topology of Grassmannians. This field also has important connections to algebraic combinatorics and representation theory. The aim of this talk is to introduce fundamental results, research directions, and recent developments in Schubert Calculus.


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