Part 1 of this Research School took place online in June-July 2021, via the IT platform https://cimpa.uol.de/ . A great amount of material has been prepared and is still available on this site, more precisely :
- 7 courses as pdf files, with exercises. See link here for the beamers of the 2021 lectures.
- recorded videos of about 7 hours for each of 6 courses, for a total of about 40 hours.
There has been an interactive period of two weeks July 12-23, 2021, supported by the same platform. Over 150 participants had signed up to this IT platform.
Part 2, July 11-22 2022 in live mode at Sao Carlos. OFFICIAL PICTURE HERE!
Here is a list of the main courses that will be delivered in the live meeting at Sao Carlos.
Course 1. Singularities and algebraic methods. Maria Ruas, Juan Nuno Ballesteros, Bruna Oréfice, Roberta Wik Atique, Terry Gaffney, Matthias Zach, Jim Damon. Links to the material: the Beamer handout pdf, Thom-Mather Theory at 50 Years of Age
1B. Determinantal singularities. Links to the material: Lecture 1 - Part 1, Lecture 1 - Part 2, Equisingularity and EIDS, Slides for Lecture 2 (Gaffney), Lie Group Methods and Characteristic Cohomology, Topology of EIDS
Course 2. Algorithmic and computational aspect of singularities. Anne Frühbis-Krüger, Matthias Zach, Sabrina
Links to the material: slides 1, slides 2, slides 3, slides 4, Worksheet 1 (to download, right-click here and select 'save as'), Worksheet 2 (to download, right-click here, and select 'save as'), Worksheet 3 (to download, right-click here, and select 'save as'), Worksheet 4 (to download, right-click here, and select 'save as')
F1. Hypersurfaces: algebraic methods and singularities. Maria Ruas, Raul Sinha, Roberta Wik Atique, Juan Nuno Ballesteros – see the PDF files on “Program 2021”. No followup talks.
F2. Milnor fibrations, nonisolated singularity, and the polar degree of projective hypersurfaces. Dirk Siersma, Mihai Tibar
F3. Topology of complex projective hypersurfaces and of their complements. Laurentiu Maxim
F4. Real Milnor fibrations, and mixed singularities. Nicolas Dutertre, Mihai Tibar / Cezar Joita