A few examples and discussions on family Floer theoryGeometry/Topology
|Speaker:||Kenji Fukaya, Stony Brook University|
|Start time:||Tue, Oct 24 2023, 2:10PM|
Family Floer homology has been studied for a long time for various peruses, especially in relation to homological Mirror symmetry. In this talk, I will present a few examples and discussions on family Floer homology. I do not claim everything is new, but I believe some aspects related to filtration, spin structures, and to complex Floer theory are new.
Professor Fukaya's visit is supported by NSF-FRG: Collaborative Research: Complex Lagrangians, Integrable Systems, and Quantization (DMS-2152257).