This is the web page for the Néron models seminar run by Garnet Akeyr. Here you can find the list of topics, speakers, notes, and links to the video recordings.
Following an in-depth look at the Picard functor and its relation to Néron models we will look at some contemporary results. .
This seminar is held weekly on Thursday from 13:00-14:30 in room 408 of the Snellius.
|Week #||Room #||Speaker||Subject||Notes|
|1||408||Garnet Akeyr||Néron models: An introduction, and Serre-Tate||Notes|
|2||408||Bas Edixhoven||The Hilbert functor and its representability||Notes|
|3||408||Wessel Bindt||The Picard functor and its representability in certain cases||--|
|5||408||Peter Bruin||Pic in the case of degenerating families of curves over a DVR||Notes|
|6||408||Raymond van Bommel||Models of curves (regular, minimal, semistable, etc.)||Notes|
|7||408||Erik Visse||Concrete description of the special fibre of the Neron model of Jacobians||Notes|
|8||408||--||Semistable reduction theorem for abelian varieties and the Grothendieck monodromy theorem||--|
|9||408||Giulio Orecchia||Recent results on Néron lft models||--|
The recommended books for following these topics are Néron models by Bosch, Lutkebohmert, and Raynaud, as well as FGA explained by Fantechi et al..
Missed a lecture? You can follow the lectures on youtube here