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Towards a geometric compactification of moduli of polarized K3 surfaces

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Moduli Spaces

I’ll discuss my recent proof, joint with Hacking and Gross, of Tyurin’s conjecture on canonical theta functions for polarized K3 surface, and our expectation that the construction determines a canonical toroidal compactification of moduli of polarized K3 surfaces, such that the universal family extends to a family of SLC Gorenstein K-trivial surfaces.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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