Starts 19 May 2016 16:00
Ends 19 May 2016 17:00
Central European Time
Leonardo Building - Budinich Lecture Hall
Abstract: The Weil conjectures is a deep and famous theorem (conjectured by Andre Weil and proven after work of others by Pierre Deligne) in algebraic geometry, which relates the homology (thus the topology) of complex projective algebraic varieties to counting of points of algebraic varieties over finite fields. The aim of this lecture is to give an idea of what the theorem says and give some elementary examples.