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Victoria Hoskins
Assistant Professor in geometry

Department of mathematics (IMAPP)
at the Radboud University Nijmegen

Recent activities

Postponened to 2021: I am giving a course at the Spring School: Invariants in algebraic geometry on Geometric Invariant Theory for non-reductive groups.

In Spring 2020, I co-organised the Intercity Geometry Seminar on the P=W conjecture for parabolic Higgs bundles and perverse decompositions on Hilbert schemes (after Junliang Shen and Zili Zhang).

In January 2020 I started an assistant professorship in geometry at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

In September 2019 I gave a course at the Summer School on motives and stacks on Voevodsky motives of moduli stacks (joint work with Simon Pepin Lehalleur).

Events organised

Women in homotopy theory and algebraic geometry II Berlin, 20-22 March 2019

Workshop Quotients, invariants and stability at TSIMF Sanya, 18-21 December 2017

Women in homotopy theory and algebraic geometry Berlin 13-15 September 2016

A day of talks on motivic homotopy theory Berlin, 7th March 2016.

New techniques in geometric invariant theory Berlin, 31 August - 4 September 2015.

Special invited seminars (Winter Semester 2015/2016).

Previous mini-courses

Mini-course: Stratifications and (in)stability, Mainz Spring School, 29 February - 4 March 2016 (notes available here).

Mini-course: Stratifications for group actions and moduli problems , Seoul, 7-11 December 2015.

Previous research seminars

Further topics in Geometric Invariant Theory (Summer Semester 2016).

Counting indecomposible quiver representations (Winter Semester 2015/2016).

Bridgeland Stability conditions on derived categories (Summer Semester 2015).

Motives and moduli of bundles (Winter Semester 2014/2015).

A1-homotopy theory of schemes (Summer Semester 2014).

Previous student seminars

Seminar on the Representation theory of the symmetric group (FU Berlin, Winter Semester 2019)

Elliptic functions and modular forms (Zurich, Winter Semester 2013)
Talk descriptions


Together with Michael Gröchenig, we organised a workshop at the FU Berlin as part of Girl's Day Berlin in April 2017 and 2018 entitled Dreiecke, Farben, Kuchen on Sperner's Lemma about colourings of triangulations of triangles and applications to the fair division of cake.