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„Mirror Symmetry and Lagrangian Tori“
Prof. Paul Seidel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The importance of certain subspaces of phase space, so-called Lagrangian tori, goes back to 19th century investigations of solutions of the equations of motion in classical mechanics. Later on, additional integrality constraints appeared in connection with the quantizationof mechanical systems (Einstein). Modern mathematics has turned this into a topological question. Recently, inspiration from physics has re-entered the discussion, revealing an unexpectedly rich situation to us. I will introduce you to this question, and outline recent work of Auroux, Vianna, Tonkonog, and others, which has brought us much closer to a conclusion of that story.

Donnerstag, den 21. Juni 2018 um 16.15 Uhr Uhr, in INF 205, HS Mathematikon Donnerstag, den 21. Juni 2018 at 16.15 Uhr, in INF 205, HS Mathematikon

Der Vortrag folgt der Einladung von The lecture takes place at invitation by Prof. Johannes Walcher