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## p-adic deformation of cycle classes

## Specialization of Néron-Severi groups of K3 surfaces

We discuss several questions related to the behaviour of the Néron-Severi groups of

K3 surfaces under specialization over function fields and number fields. Such topics have some implications for the existence of rational curves, along the lines of recent papers by Bogomolov-Hassett-Tschinkel and Li-Liedtke as well as for the computation of Picard numbers of K3 surfaces over number fields.

## Nonarchimedean analytification, tropicalization, and metrics on curves

## Floer theory for negative line bundles via Gromov-Witten invariants (Note: This is a joint seminar with the Trimester seminar at the HIM / Vortragssaal HIM, Poppelsdorfer Allee 45)

## On Fano foliations

In this talk I shall discuss Fano foliations on complex projective manifolds (these are foliations whose anti-canonical class is ample). I will concentrate on the special class of Del Pezzo foliations with mild singularities. This a joint work with Carolina Araujo.

## Sections of families of hypersurfaces of large degree

As an answer to Mordell problem over function fields, Grauert and Manin showed that a non-isotrivial algebraic family of compact complex hyperbolic curves has finitely many

sections. We consider a generic moving enough family of high enough degree hypersurfaces

in a complex projective space. We show the existence of a strict closed subset of its total

space that contains the image of all its sections.

## The Painlevé VI moduli spaces

The moduli spaces of initial conditions for Painlevé VI can be described fairly explicitly. We describe some aspects of the relationship between the de Rham and Hitchin moduli spaces. Then we point out that the behavior at infinity of the various correspondences can be understood, to a small extent, in light of the geometry.

## Motivic decompositions of abelian schemes

## Motivic DT invariants of (0,-2) curves

## Holomorphic Poisson manifolds and their deformations

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