Mini-Workshop: Seshadri Constants
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Period10 Nov - 16 Nov 2019
Seshadri constants were defined by Demailly around 30 years ago using the ampleness criterion of Seshadri. Demailly was interested in studying problems related to separation of jets of line bundles on projective varieties, specifically in the context of the well-known Fujita Conjecture. However, Seshadri constants turned out to be objects of fundamental importance in the study of positivity of linear series and many other areas. Consequently, in the past three decades, they have become a central object of study in numerous directions in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. In this mini-workshop, we studied some of the most interesting current research problems concerning Seshadri constants. We expect that this exploration will help focus research on some of the most important questions in this area in the years to come.