Yale 2013

AGNES will take place Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21.Registration deadline: March 15 Organizers: Mikhail Kapranov and Sam Payne This conference is made possible by support from the NSF, the Yale math department, and the Yale Provost office.

Update (7/2/2013): Videos of the talks and pre-talks are available by clicking on the titles of the talks.


All talks will be in Linsley-Chittenden Hall, Room 102.

Friday, April 19:

Saturday, April 20:

Sunday, April 21:

The pre-talks are meant to provide graduate students with background which will be helpful for the lecture. Those with PhDs are not allowed to attend.

Financial support: We will try to cover travel costs for everyone (excluding air fares), with preference given to junior participants. Graduate students who are applying for the first time should ask their advisor to send a short e-mail of support (one paragraph) to Sam Payne.

Registration: Registration has now closed.


AGNES is a series of weekend workshops in algebraic geometry. One of our goals is to introduce graduate students to a broad spectrum of current research in algebraic geometry. AGNES is held twice a year at the participating universities in the Northeast.

Scientific Committee:

Dan Abramovich (Brown), Joe Harris (Harvard), Aise Johan de Jong (Columbia), Mikhail Kapranov (Yale), János Kollár (Princeton), James McKernan (MIT)

Organizing committee:

Dan Abramovich (Brown), Arend Bayer (UConn), Alexander Braverman (Brown), Dawei Chen (Boston College), Maksym Fedorchuk (Boston College), Sam Grushevsky (Stony Brook), Paul Hacking (UMass Amherst), Milena Hering (UConn), Mikhail Kapranov (Yale), Radu Laza (Stony Brook), Alina Marian (Northeastern), James McKernan (MIT), Sam Payne (Yale), Jason Starr (Stony Brook), Jenia Tevelev (UMass Amherst).

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