Geometry/Physics Seminar

Title: Non-archimedean mirror symmetry and its applications
Speaker: Tony Yue Yu
Speaker Info: Paris-Sud
Brief Description: Virtual (Zoom) Talk (email for the passcode)
Special Note:

Mirror symmetry is one of the most mysterious dualities in mathematics. My research explores a new approach to mirror symmetry, via non-archimedean geometry. I will give an overview of the recent progress in this direction. I will talk about non-archimedean enumerative geometry, the Frobenius structure conjecture, and derived non-archimedean geometry. I will also describe an application towards cluster algebras in representation theory, and another application towards the moduli spaces of Calabi-Yau pairs and their compactifications.
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Time: 1:00pm
Where: Meeting ID: 924 2487 2281
Contact Person: Dogancan Karabas
Contact email: dogancan.karabas@northwestern.edu
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