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# Joseph Spivey : A How-To Guide to Building Your Very Own Moduli Spaces (they make such great gifts)

I'll be talking about how to construct the moduli space for genus g Riemann surfaces with r boundary components. I'll draw lots of pictures and focus a lot of attention on genus 1 Riemann surfaces with 1 boundary component. As an application, I'll probably talk about H^1(SL2(Z)) with coefficients in various representations--and the correspondence to modular forms (briefly, and without a whole lot of proofs).

**Category**: Graduate/Faculty Seminar**Duration**: 01:34:46**Date**: November 10, 2006 at 4:25 PM**Views**: 238-
**Tags:**seminar, Graduate/faculty Seminar

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