Lecturer: Georg Oberdieck
Assistant: Matthew Dawes
Montag: 16:00 c.t. - 18:00 Uhr, Kleiner Hörsaal Wegelerstrasse 10;
Donnerstag: 16:00 c.t. - 18:00 Uhr, Kleiner Hörsaal Wegelerstrasse 10
First day of class: October 11.
The course introduces the modern language of algebraic geometry: sheaves, schemes, cohomology.
A basic knowledge of commutative algebra (prime ideals etc).
D. Mumford: The Red book of varieties and schemes. Springer LN 1358. R.
U. Goertz, T. Wedhorn: Algebraic Geometry I. Vieweg.
R. Hartshorne: Algebraic Geometry GTM 52. Springer.
D. Eisenbud and J. Harris, The Geometry of Schemes, GTM 197, Springer.
Vakil: Foundations of algebraic geometry. Online lectures.
Shafarevich, Basic Algebraic Geometry I + II.
Tue 10-12, Neubau N 0.007
Tue 10-12 Uhr AVZ1 SR7 (Raum 0.001)
Wed 2-4, Neubai N 0.008
There will be one problem set every week. Solutions to the exercises are to be handed in every Monday before the lecture.
Solutions are to be submitted individually. i.e. not in groups.
The solutions will be graded by points. One has to have half of the points to be admitted to the final exam.
There will be two midterm exams (45 minutes in class exams) that replace the exercise sheets the given week and count toward the total point score.
Prüfung Algebraic Geometry I
Final Exam I: 07.02.19, 9-11, Großer Hörsaal,
Final Exam 2: 18.03.19, 9-11, Großer Hörsaal.
This is a written exam
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Friday 2-3pm in 1.028.
List of problem sets and midterm exams
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Oct 15: -
Oct 22: PS1 due
Oct 29: PS2 due
Nov 5: PS3 due
Nov 12: Midterm 1
Nov 19: PS4 due
Nov 26: PS5 due
Dec 3: PS6 due
Dec 10: PS7 due
Dec 17: Midterm 2
Jan 7: -
Jan 14: PS8 due
Jan 21: PS9
Jan 28: PS10.
There will be 50 points per problem set and 100 points per mid-term exam. One needs a total of 350 points to be admitted to the final exam.