We consider non-commutative deformations of sheaves on algebraic varieties. We develop some tools to determine parameter algebras of versal non-commutative deformations for partial simple collections and the structure sheaves of smooth rational curves. We apply them to universal flopping contractions of length 2 and higher. We confirm Donovan-Wemyss conjecture in the case of deformations of Laufer's flops.
We review the theory of non-commutative deformations of sheaves and describe a versal deformation by using an A-infinity algebra and the change of differentials of an injective resolution. We give some explicit non-trivial examples.
We consider semi-orthogonal decompositions of derived categories for 3-dimensional projective varieties in the case when the varieties have ordinary double points.
We determine versal non-commutative deformations of some simple collections in the categories of perverse coherent sheaves arising from tilting generators for projective morphisms.
This paper is based on a talk at a conference "JDG 2017: Conference on Geometry and Topology". We survey recent progress on the DK hypothesis connecting the birational geometry and the derived categories stating that the K-equivalence of smooth projective varieties should correspond to the equivalence of their derived categories, and the K-inequality to the fully faithful embedding.
We generalize a result of Fujita, on the decomposition of Hodge bundles over curves, to the case of a higher dimensional base.
We prove that the equivariant derived category for a finite subgroup of GL(3,C) has a semi-orthogonal decomposition into the derived category of a certain partial resolution, called a maximal Q-factorial terminalization, of the corresponding quotient singularity and a relative exceptional collection. This is a generalization of a result of Bridgeland, King and Reid.
We shall develop a theory of multi-pointed non-commutative deformations of a simple collection in an abelian category, and construct relative exceptional objects and relative spherical objects in some cases. This is inspired by a work by Donovan and Wemyss.
We prove derived McKay correspondence in special cases and the decomposition of toric K-equivalence into flops.
We prove that a Mori dream space over a field of characteristic zero is of Calabi-Yau type if and only if its Cox ring has at worst log canonical singularities. By slightly modifying the arguments we also reprove the characterization of the varieties of Fano type by the log terminality of the Cox rings.