Amnon Neeman (Australian National University)
Friday 13th June, 12.05-12.55pm, Carslaw 373
Grothendieck duality via flat modules
We will describe a very novel, new way to look at dualizing complexes; dualizing complexes traditionally form the backbone of the theory of Grothendieck duality. The talk will begin with a quick review of the classical theory, then it will mention some results that appeared in recent papers by Krause, Jorgensen and Iyengar-Krause, and finally we will describe a string of very recent theorems by the speaker and Daniel Murfet. Murfet's results are part of his PhD thesis at the ANU.