bio | website | math.jhu.edu/jmartinezgarcia |
---|---|---|
location | Baltimore, MD | |
age | 28 | |
visits | member for | 4 years, 11 months |
seen | yesterday | |
stats | profile views | 989 |
I am a JJ Sylvester Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University. Previously I did my PhD at the University of Edinburgh.
My interests are in Birational Geometry, constant scalar curvature Kahler metrics, Fano varieties, K-stability and Tian alpha-invariants.
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 13 |
accepted | Castelnuovo's rationality criterion on singular surfaces? |
Jun 13 |
comment |
Castelnuovo's rationality criterion on singular surfaces?
Ooops, the du Val case is so obvious, you are right. Glad to see that it is sharp for singularities. Thanks. |
Jun 9 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 9 |
asked | Castelnuovo's rationality criterion on singular surfaces? |
Feb 13 |
accepted | Intuitive pictures in characteristic p |
Jan 15 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Nov 15 |
comment |
Existence of constant scalar curvature Kahler metrics on projective manifolds
Awesome answer, thanks. |
Nov 15 |
accepted | Existence of constant scalar curvature Kahler metrics on projective manifolds |
Oct 22 |
asked | Existence of constant scalar curvature Kahler metrics on projective manifolds |
Jun 26 |
awarded | Necromancer |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Excavator |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Suffrage |
Feb 26 |
comment |
Injective morphism from curves to $\mathbb CP^2$
Oh, OK. I thought cusp meant $y^2-x^3$ (never read it anywhere, just from conversations), but I realise that analytically that is also $y^m-x^n$ for $m,n>1$ , which I think is equivalent to what you say. Thanks a lot :) |
Feb 22 |
comment |
Injective morphism from curves to $\mathbb CP^2$
@Jérémy: why must the singularities be cuspidal? |
Dec 22 |
comment |
Intuitive pictures in characteristic p
I particularly like this interpretation. Did you come with it by yourself or is it well known? |
Dec 22 |
comment |
Intuitive pictures in characteristic p
Thanks for this answer, but do I understand that you are assuming the field to be finite, or does it work for algebraically closed fields too? |
Dec 21 |
accepted | Graph of dependencies from a Latex file |
Dec 21 |
comment |
Intuitive pictures in characteristic p
Sorry, Piotr, I forgot to mention I was thinking of algebraically closed fields of finite characteristic. I think in that case your example, which is actually quite interesting, does not work. Sorry for being imprecise |
Dec 21 |
comment |
Intuitive pictures in characteristic p
My bad, I should have stated algebraically closed fields. I did that now. In that case the Fano plane is not applicable. |