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Felipe Rincón: Tropical Ideals

Time: Wed 2021-02-17 10.15 - 11.15

Location: Zoom meeting ID: 654 5562 3260

Participating: Felipe Rincón, Queen Mary University of London

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Tropical ideals are combinatorial objects introduced with the aim of giving tropical geometry a solid algebraic foundation. They can be thought of as combinatorial generalizations of the possible collections of subsets arising as the supports of all polynomials in an ideal. In general, their structure is dictated by a sequence of 'compatible' matroids. In this talk I will introduce and motivate the notion of tropical ideals, and I will discuss work studying some of their main properties and their possible associated varieties.

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Zoom meeting ID: 654 5562 3260