Symplectic Geometry Seminar
Thursday September 12th, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM
Title: Relative Floer theoretic invariants
Speaker: Applications of relative invariants in the context of symplectic SC divisors with Liouville compleme, Stanford University
Location: Math Tower 5-127
Abstract:
I will start by introducing the elementary notions of SH-visible and SH-full subsets, which are analogous to Entov-Polterovich's heavy and superheavy subsets. Then, I will sketch the proof that in the c_1(M)=0 case, the skeleton of a Liouville domain as appeared in the title is SH-full, and explore some consequences of this (this part is inspired heavily by M. McLean's work). Finally, I will give a speculative discussion about what can happen if c_1(M)=0 is not assumed. This is joint work with D. Tonkonog.