# Abelian surface

In mathematics, an abelian surface is a 2-dimensional abelian variety. One-dimensional complex tori are just elliptic curves and are all algebraic, but Riemann discovered that most complex tori of dimension 2 are not algebraic via the Riemann bilinear relations. Essentially, these are conditions on the parameter space of period matrices for complex tori which define an algebraic subvariety. This subvariety contains all of the points whose period matrices correspond to a period matrix of an abelian variety. The algebraic ones are called abelian surfaces and are exactly the 2-dimensional abelian varieties. Most of their theory is a special case of the theory of higher-dimensional tori or abelian varieties. Finding criteria for a complex torus of dimension 2 to be a product of two elliptic curves (up to isogeny) was a popular subject of study in the nineteenth century. Invariants: The plurigenera are all 1. The surface is diffeomorphic to S1×S1×S1×S1 so the fundamental group is Z4. Hodge diamond: Examples: A product of two elliptic curves. The Jacobian variety of a genus 2 curve. (Wikipedia).

Jim Bryan : Curve counting on abelian surfaces and threefolds

Find this video and other talks given by worldwide mathematicians on CIRM's Audiovisual Mathematics Library: http://library.cirm-math.fr. And discover all its functionalities: - Chapter markers and keywords to watch the parts of your choice in the video - Videos enriched with abstracts, b

From playlist Algebraic and Complex Geometry

Kazuya Kato - Logarithmic abelian varieties

Correction: The affiliation of Lei Fu is Tsinghua University. This is a joint work with T. Kajiwara and C. Nakayama. Logarithmic abelian varieties are degenerate abelian varieties which live in the world of log geometry of Fontaine-Illusie. They have group structures which do not exist in

Abel formula

This is one of my all-time favorite differential equation videos!!! :D Here I'm actually using the Wronskian to actually find a nontrivial solution to a second-order differential equation. This is amazing because it brings the concept of the Wronskian back to life! And as they say, you won

From playlist Differential equations

Derived Categories part 1

We give a buttload of definitions for morphisms on various categories of complexes. The derived category of an abelian category is a category whose objects are cochain complexes and whose morphisms I describe in this video.

From playlist Derived Categories

Representation theory: Abelian groups

This lecture discusses the complex representations of finite abelian groups. We show that any group is iomorphic to its dual (the group of 1-dimensional representations, and isomorphic to its double dual in a canonical way (Pontryagin duality). We check the orthogonality relations for the

From playlist Representation theory

Claire Voisin: Gonality and zero-cycles of abelian varieties

Abstract: The gonality of a variety is defined as the minimal gonality of curve sitting in the variety. We prove that the gonality of a very general abelian variety of dimension g goes to infinity with g. We use for this a (straightforward) generalization of a method due to Pirola that we

From playlist Algebraic and Complex Geometry

David Masser: Avoiding Jacobians

Abstract: It is classical that, for example, there is a simple abelian variety of dimension 4 which is not the jacobian of any curve of genus 4, and it is not hard to see that there is one defined over the field of all algebraic numbers \overline{\bf Q}. In 2012 Chai and Oort asked if ther

From playlist Algebraic and Complex Geometry

RT7.2. Finite Abelian Groups: Fourier Analysis

Representation Theory: With orthogonality of characters, we have an orthonormal basis of L^2(G). We note the basic philosophy behind the Fourier transform and apply it to the character basis. From this comes the definition of convolution, explored in 7.3. Course materials, including pro

From playlist Representation Theory

Complex surfaces 5: Kodaira dimension 0

This talk is an informal survey of the complex projective surfaces of Kodaira number 0. We first explain why there are 4 types of such surfaces (Enriques, K3, hyperelliptic, and abelian) and then give a few examples of each type.

From playlist Algebraic geometry: extra topics

Francesc Fité, Sato-Tate groups of abelian varieties of dimension up to 3

VaNTAGe seminar on April 7, 2020 License: CC-BY-NC-SA Closed captions provided by Jun Bo Lau.

From playlist The Sato-Tate conjecture for abelian varieties

The Geometric Langlands conjecture and non-abelian Hodge theory (Lecture 1) by Ron Donagi

Program: Quantum Fields, Geometry and Representation Theory ORGANIZERS : Aswin Balasubramanian, Saurav Bhaumik, Indranil Biswas, Abhijit Gadde, Rajesh Gopakumar and Mahan Mj DATE & TIME : 16 July 2018 to 27 July 2018 VENUE : Madhava Lecture Hall, ICTS, Bangalore The power of symmetries

From playlist Quantum Fields, Geometry and Representation Theory

Nick Addington - Rational points and derived equivalence - WAGON

For smooth projective varieties over Q, is the existence of a rational point preserved under derived equivalence? First I'll discuss why this question is interesting, and what is known. Then I'll show that the answer is no, giving two counterexamples: an abelian variety and a torsor over i

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Groups and subgroups

Jacob explains the fundamental concepts in group theory of what groups and subgroups are, and highlights a few examples of groups you may already know. Abelian groups are named in honor of Niels Henrik Abel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niels_Henrik_Abel), who pioneered the subject of

From playlist Basics: Group Theory

Theorem 1.10 - part 09 - Torsion Points of Abelian Varieties

We review some basic galois theory about torsion points of abelian varieties. In the next video we discuss the Serre-Tate theory (not about deformations but about conductors.

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On descending cohomology geometrically - Sebastian Casalaina-Martin

Sebastian Casalaina-Martin University of Colorado at Boulder January 20, 2015 In this talk I will present some joint work with Jeff Achter concerning the problem of determining when the cohomology of a smooth projective variety over the rational numbers can be modeled by an abelian variet

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Abelian variety | Hodge theory | Elliptic curve | Mathematics | Jacobian variety | Complex torus | Isogeny | Homological mirror symmetry | Kodaira dimension