EPSRC Reference: 
EP/X020592/1 
Title: 
The Moduli Space of Foliated Surfaces 
Principal Investigator: 
Cascini, Professor P 
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Department: 
Mathematics 
Organisation: 
Imperial College London 
Scheme: 
Standard Research  NR1 
Starts: 
01 August 2023 
Ends: 
31 July 2024 
Value (£): 
80,647

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Algebraic geometry distinguishes itself in that families of projective varieties are often naturally parametrised by a single space, called a moduli space. The geometry of this moduli space determines the behaviour of families of all varieties. In particular, the moduli space of curves is one of the most heavily studied varieties in mathematics. Its construction relies on geometric invariant theory, but it turns out that this method does not extend directly to higher dimensions. Instead, the construction of moduli spaces of varieties of general type follows the path laid out by Kollár and ShepherdBarron in the case of surfaces, where the threedimensional Minimal Model Program plays a prominent role.
The aim of this proposal is to use the recent developments in the Minimal Model Program for foliations over a threefold to construct a moduli space which parametrises pairs (X,F) where X is a complex projective surface and F is a foliation on X of general type, i.e. with big canonical divisor, under some natural assumptions on their singularities.

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