RTG Student Seminar: Fall 2019
In Fall 2019, I helped run the RTG (Research and Training Grant) Student
Seminar. The topic was homological mirror symmetry; email me if you're
curious about the schedule. I've compiled some notes though they are quite
scattered and likely have many mistakes. Please let me know if you spot
- Partial notes on Denis
Auroux's already great notes
on Fukaya categories
- Notes on coherent sheaves
- Notes on
twisted complexes and split generation. These are very messy,
handwritten notes I used for a talk I gave. Most of it is in Auroux's
notes so I don't think I'll tidy these.
- Notes on HMS for the cylinder
- Notes on HMS for P^1
- Nathan Chen gave
an excellent talk on the SYZ conjecture and Hodge symmetries. One may
request notes from him.
- Notes on the SYZ conjecture with a
promising construction based on the Fourier-Mukai transform.
Some other good resources which we used during the semester:
RTG Student Seminar: Spring 2020
In Spring 2020, I helped run the RTG Student Seminar on modular forms.
Unfortunately, we do not have a compilation of notes, partially because of
the COVID-19 disruption.