nLab FGA explained


One of the series of Grothendieck’s works is FGA (see entry EGA for overall description of EGA, FGA and SGA). A summer school in Trieste 2003, has tried to summarize some of the main historical breakthroughs of FGA in modern exposition. The proceedings of that school are an updated version of freely available materials on the ICTP web.


See the conference page for scans of the lecture notes.

On stacks in the guise of fibered categories satisfying descent:

On Hilbert schemes:

On Picard schemes:

See also:

category: reference

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