Felix Göbler

Research

For my research I want to somehow generalize well known results about the Proj of a graded ring to arbitrary gradings by finitely generated abelian groups. This leads to the notion of multihomogeneous spectra, first introduced by Brenner/Schröer in 2007.
It turns out that the grading has major influence on the constructed spectra, in particular on the separatedness.
My final goal is to find a correspondence of the multigrading of a polynomial ring and the separatedness of the corresponding toric prevariety.



Teaching

I prepare(d) the exercise classes for the following lectures

Winter Term 2019/2020Algebraic Geometry I
Elementarmathematik I
Summer Term 2020Algebraic Geometry II
Elementarmathematik II
Winter Term 2020/2021Algebraic Geometry III
Linear Algebra I
Summer Term 2021Linear Algebra II
Winter Term 2021/2022Algebra
Summer Term 2022Commutative Algebra
Elementarmathematik II

My supervisor Prof. Alex Küronya and me are also currently working on a textbook on elementary math (corresponding to the lecture series `Elementarmathematik') that is going to be published by Springer in the course of 2022.


Talks

24.10.2019Oberseminar Algebra Ulm
Numer field sieve (talk on my master thesis)
22.04.2021DaFraHeiMai/GAUS-Seminar SoSe 2021
The Betti moduli space
09.12.2021GAUS-Seminar – WiSe 2021/22
A crash course on toric varieties


Kontakt

M.Sc. Felix Göbler

FB 12 - Institut für Mathematik
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Robert-Mayer-Str. 6-8
D-60325 Frankfurt am Main

Phone: +49-69-798-22513
Fax: +49-69-798-22302
E-mail: goebler{at}math.uni-frankfurt.de

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