Student Differential Geometry Seminar — Spring 2020: The Inhomogeneous ¯∂-Equation

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Description

Welcome to the webpage for the Spring 2020 iteration of the SDGS! This semester, we decided to go for the inhomogenous ¯∂-equation and its (complex) geometric applications.

More precisely, the goal of this seminar is three-fold: (1) studying bits and pieces of several complex variables (SCV) with an analytic introduction to the ¯∂-operator, (2) covering some basics in complex differential geometry with a geometric take on the ¯∂-operator, and then (3) exploring applications of the (L^2 theory) of the ¯∂-operator to various geometric problems.

Any suggestions are welcome!

References

Here are some links to relevant materials in different forms:

Introductory articles:

Books:

  1. Tasty Bits of Several Complex Variables, A whirlwind tour of the subject, By: Jiří Lebl. Version 3.2, October 1st, 2019, 182 pages.
  2. Complex Analytic and Differential Geometry. By: Jean-Pierre Demailly. Version of Thursday June 21, 2012.
  3. Holomorphic Function Theory in Several Variables - An Introduction. By: Christine Laurent-Thiébaut.
  4. Analytic and algebraic geometry : common problems, different methods, volume 17 of IAS/PARK CITY Mathematics Series. American Mathematical Soc., 2010. By: Jeffery D. McNeal and Mircea Mustata.

Papers:

Lecture notes:

  1. Bo Berndtsson’s notes.
  2. Notes for the course “MATH 710: TOPICS IN MODERN ANALYSIS II – L^2-METHODS” (taught by Mattias Jonsson), taken by Matt Stevenson.
  3. MSRI Summer School notes (cf. below.)
  4. SEVERAL COMPLEX VARIABLES. By: ZBIGNIEW BLOCKI.
  5. Complex analysis, the ¯∂-Neumann problem, and Schrödinger operators. By: Friedrich Haslinger.
  6. [Dror’s notes for the “CAUCHY-RIEMANN EQUATIONS IN HIGHER DIMENSIONS” program held at ICTS, Banglore.

Videos:

MSRI Summer School — The ¯∂-Problem in the Twenty-First Century:

Schedule

SpeakerDateTopicSuggested References
TBD01/23/2020TBDTBD
TBD02/03/2020TBDTBD
TBD02/10/2019TBDTBD
TBD02/17/2020TBDTBD
TBD02/24/2020TBDTBD