Victoria Hoskins (FU Berlin)
Monday, February 18, 2019 - 11:00
Urania
An der Urania 17, 10787 Berlin
BMS Days
Berlin Mathematical School
Moduli of quiver representations generalise many classification problems in linear algebra and lead to quiver moduli spaces which appear in algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, symplectic and hyperkähler geometry, as well as representation theory. After introducing moduli spaces and quiver representations, Hoskins will discuss some surprising occurrences of quiver moduli spaces.

Victoria Hoskins is a junior professor of algebraic geometry and complex analysis at the FU Berlin. Her research interests include moduli of sheaves and moduli of quivers, geometric invariant theory, moment maps and symplectic reduction.
submitted by Fagel (fagel@math.tu-berlin.de)