Graphs and Arithmetic Geometry

Graphs can be viewed as (non-archimedean) analogues of Riemann surfaces. For example, there is a notion of Jacobians for graphs. More classically, graphs can be viewed as electrical networks.

I will explain the interplay between these points of view, as well as some recent application in arithmetic geometry.

Friday, January 18, 2019 - 15:30

704 Thackeay Hall 

Speaker Information
Farbod Shokrieh
University of Copenhagen