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.
After the seminar we will take the speaker to lunch.
See the Algebra Seminar web page for information about other seminars in the series.
Anthony Henderson email@example.com.