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−  It is a weekly seminar by graduate students. Anyone is welcome.
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−  If you would like to present a topic, please contact Tommy Wong.
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−  All seminars are on eitehr Tuesdays or Thursdays at 3:55pm in room B203VV, which is reserved until 5:30pm for further discussions.
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−  == Fall 2012 ==
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−  Sept. 18 (Tue)
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−  KaiHo Wong
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−  Organization and ''Milnor fibration and Milnor Fiber''
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−  Sept. 25 (Tue)
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−  ''Algebraic links and exotic spheres''
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−  Oct. 4 (Thu)
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−  Yun Su (Suky)
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−  ''Alexander polynomial of complex algebraic curve'' (Note the different day but same time and location)
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−  Oct. 11 (Thu)
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−  Yongqiang Liu
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−  ''Sheaves and Hypercohomology''
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−  Oct. 18 (Thu)
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−  Jeff Poskin
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−  ''Toric Varieties II''
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−  Yongqiang Liu
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−  ''Mixed Hodge Structure''
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−  KaiHo Wong
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−  ''Euler characteristics and cohomology of hypersurfaces (complete intersection)''
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−  == Abstracts ==
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−  ===Thu, 10/4: Suky===
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−  ''Alexander polynomial of complex algebraic curve''
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−  I will extend the definition of Alexander polynomial in knot theory to an complex algebraic curve.
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−  From the definition, it is clear that Alexander polynomial is an topological invariant for curves.
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−  I will explain how the topology of a curve control its Alexander polynomial, in terms of the factors.
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−  Calculations of some examples will be provided.
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