Ju

Victoria Hoskins

Junior Professor in algebraic geometry
and complex analysis

Funded by the DFG excellence initiative
Center for Research Strategy

Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik
Freie Universität Berlin
Arnimallee 3, Raum 011
14195 Berlin, Germany

Tel: (+49) 30 838 75374
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Research Interests (algebraic and symplectic geometry): moduli of sheaves and moduli of quivers, geometric invariant theory, moment maps and symplectic reduction, hyperkähler manifolds and gauge theory.

Teaching/Lehre

Winter Semester 2017/2018: Lineare Algebra I

Summer Semester 2017: Lineare Algebra II

Winter Semester 2016/2017: Lineare Algebra I

Summer Semester 2016: Analysis I

Winter Semester 2015/2016: Algebraic Geometry II/Algebra III: Moduli and geometric invariant theory

Summer Semester 2015: Complex analysis (Funktionentheorie).

Events

Workshop on Quotients, stability and invariants at the TSIMF Sanya, China 18-21 December 2017

Previous events and seminars

Talk notes and expository material

Link to notes from previous talks and expository material

Publications and Preprints

(with F. Schaffhauser) Rational points of quiver moduli spaces, arXiv: 1704.08624.

(with F. Schaffhauser) Group actions on quiver varieties and applications, arXiv: 1612.06593.

(with B. Doran) Algebraic symplectic analogues of additive quotients, to appear in J. Sympl. Geom. (arxiv: 1512.07513).

An example of algebraic symplectic reduction for the additive group, in New Trends in Analysis and Interdisciplinary Applications (2017), Trends in Mathematics Research Perspectives, Birkhauser 35--42.

Stratifications for moduli of sheaves and moduli of quiver representations, to appear in Algebraic Geometry (arXiv: 1407.4057).

Stratifications associated to reductive group actions on affine spaces, Q. J. Math. (2014) 65 (3) 1011--1047

Stratifications of parameter spaces for complexes by cohomology types, J. Math. Soc. Japan (2015) 67 (1) 43--68

(with F. Kirwan) Quotients of unstable subvarieties and moduli spaces of sheaves of fixed Harder-Narasimhan type, Proc. London Math. Soc (2012) 105 (4) 852--890