Disclaimer: This page is created mainly to have more navigability within the lab, and is not meant to be a balanced list of historically important contributors (though some attention/effort to live partly to this aspect is made). Naturally, we list more people whose work is closer to foundational, categorical and cohomological study of algebraic varieties and generalizations and pay less attention to the classical themes. We will also list some algebraic geometers of less importance, but who wrote major historical texts quoted and playing role in the lab.
Arnaud Beauville, Kai Behrend, Alexander Beilinson, Joseph Bernstein, Pierre Berthelot, Roman Bezrukavnikov, Bhargav Bhatt, Spencer Bloch, Fedor Bogomolov?, Enrico Bombieri?, Armand Borel, Alexei Bondal, Paul Bressler
Dmitry Kaledin, Mikhail Kapranov, Anton Kapustin, Masaki Kashiwara, Kazuya Kato, Ludmil Katzarkov, Yujiro Kawamata?, Kiran Kedlaya, Bernhard Keller, Alexander Kuznetsov, Felix Klein,Steven Kleiman, David Knudson?, Kunihiko Kodaira, Janos Kollár, Maxim Kontsevich
Robert Macpherson?, Yuri Manin, Barry Mazur, James Milne, Takuro Mochizuki, Shinichi Mochizuki, Boris Moishezon?, Joseph Mordell?, John Morgan, Shigefumi Mori?, Fabien Morel, Shigeru Mukai, David Mumford
Mikio Sato, Corrado Segre, Jean-Pierre Serre, Francesco Severi? wikipedia, Peter Scholze, Igor Shafarevich, Gorō Shimura?, Vyacheslav Shokurov? (Vyacheslav Vladimirovich), Carlos Simpson, Christophe Soulé, Andrei Suslin