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Towards calculating the transcendental Brauer group

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The transcendental Brauer group is the part of the Brauer group of a variety that survives the extension of the ground field to its algebraic closure. I will address the finiteness problem for the transcendental Brauer group, give examples when it can be bounded or even computed explicitly, and discuss some other related results.

This talk is part of the Number Theory Seminar series.

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