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SUMMARY:Joseph Palmer (University of Illinois\, Urbana-Champaign)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Hamiltonian $S^1$-spaces\, semitoric integrable systems\, and hyperbolic
singularities\nby Joseph Palmer (University of Illinois\, Urbana-Champ
aign) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nA Hamilt
onian action of $S^1$ on a symplectic 4-manifold comes with a real valued
Hamiltonian function $J$. When we can we find a smooth map $H$ such that $
(J\,H)$ is an integrable system? Moreover\, what can we say about the prop
erties of the resulting system $(J\,H)$ in different situations? We explor
e these questions and how their answers relates to toric integrable system
s\, semitoric integrable systems\, and a class of integrable systems with
hyperbolic singularities which generalize semitoric systems. This is joint
work with S. Hohloch.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/1/
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SUMMARY:Anna Abasheva (Columbia University\; Higher School of Economics)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Non-algebraicity of hypercomplex nilmanifolds\nby Anna Abasheva (Colu
mbia University\; Higher School of Economics) as part of Junior Global Poi
sson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nThis is a joint work with Misha Verbitsky\
, arXiv:2103.05528\n\nA hypercomplex manifold $X$ is a manifold equipped w
ith an action of the quaternion algebra on its tangent bundle satisfying a
n integrability condition. Every hypercomplex manifold has a whole 2-spher
e of complex structures\; in this way it makes sense to talk about a gener
ic complex structure $L$ on a $X$. It turns out that if $X$ is a compact
hyperkähler manifold then the complex manifold $X_L$ is non-algebraic for
a generic complex structure (Fujiki\, 87). Furthermore\, $X_L$ admits no
rational non-trivial morphisms onto an algebraic variety ( = “algebraic
dimension of $X_L$ vanishes”). By a later result by Misha Verbitsky (199
5) all the subvarieties of $X_L$ for a generic $L$ are trianalytic\, namel
y\, they are complex analytic with respect to every complex structure. Con
sequently\, $X_L$ doesn’t contain even-dimensional subvarieties (f.e. cu
rves and divisors).\n\nIt might be tempting to conjecture that similar ass
ertions hold for hypercomplex manifolds\; this is\, however\, false in gen
eral. Nevertheless\, the first assertion turns out to hold for so called h
ypercomplex nilmanifolds. A nilmanifold is a quotient of a nilpotent Lie g
roup by a lattice. A left-invariant (hyper)complex structure on a Lie grou
p is inherited by the quotient\; in this way it makes sense to talk about
(hyper)complex nilmanifolds. Complex nilmanifolds are non-Kähler\, except
for complex tori. Under an additional assumption on a hypercomplex nilman
ifold (the existence of an HKT-structure) we are able to prove the asserti
on about subvarieties. Moreover\, we provide a classification of trianalyt
ic subvarieties in this case. My talk will be dedicated to the explanation
of these results.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/2/
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SUMMARY:Jacob Kryczka (LAREMA\, University of Angers)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Local gauge field theory from the perspective of non-linear PDE geometry<
/a>\nby Jacob Kryczka (LAREMA\, University of Angers) as part of Junior Gl
obal Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nHigher structures and derived geom
etry have become ubiquitous tools when studying the mathematics of quantum
field theory. Specifically\, shifted Poisson structures and their quantiz
ation have found application in quantum field and string theory with deriv
ed symplectic geometry providing a powerful reinterpretation of the AKSZ f
ormalism.\n\nIn the most `basic' setting\, these notions appear when descr
ibing the homotopical space of critical points of an action functional.\nR
ather than start with the critical locus\, we would like to study the corr
esponding space of solutions of the equation of motion and the natural geo
metric structures it possesses. The upshot of this type of an approach is
that we can study non-linear PDEs which are not necessarily of Euler-Lagra
nge form.\n\nIn my talk I will describe a functorial approach to non-linea
r PDEs in the presence of symmetries. We will pay special attention to des
cribing gauge field theories and the derived covariant phase space\, equip
ped with its canonical shifted symplectic form.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/3/
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SUMMARY:Luis Alejandro Barbosa Torres (University of Sao Paulo-IME)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Equivariant Cohomology Models for Differentiable Stacks\nby Luis Alej
andro Barbosa Torres (University of Sao Paulo-IME) as part of Junior Globa
l Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nWe introduce the concept of equivaria
nt cohomology in the smooth manifold case and the notion of differentiable
stacks. Then we consider an action of a Lie group on a differentiable sta
ck in the sense of Romagny and consider the stacky quotient associated to
this action. Consequently\, we construct an atlas that makes these stacky
quotient a differentiable stack. Using that the nerve of the associated Li
e groupoid of that stack gives its the homotopy type\, we provide a Borel
model for equivariant cohomology in this context. In order to follow the c
lassical approach for equivariant cohomology\, we build a Cartan model for
differentiable stacks and we prove that both models compute the same coho
mology as the proposed by the Borel model.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/4/
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SUMMARY:Geoffrey Scott
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Professional Development Session\nby Geoffrey Scott as part of Junior
Global Poisson Workshop II\n\nAbstract: TBA\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/5/
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SUMMARY:Stephane Geudens (KU Leuven)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: The Poisson saturation of regular submanifolds\nby Stephane Geudens (
KU Leuven) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nI w
ill talk about a class of submanifolds in Poisson geometry\, which are def
ined in terms of a constant rank condition. Their main feature is the fact
that their local Poisson saturation is smooth. I will give a normal form
for the Poisson structure on the local saturation\, and discuss some conse
quences.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/6/
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SUMMARY:Karoline van Gemst (University of Sheffield)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Frobenius manifolds\, mirror symmetry and integrable systems\nby Karo
line van Gemst (University of Sheffield) as part of Junior Global Poisson
Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nFrobenius manifolds were introduced by Boris Du
brovin in the early 90’s as a means to describe 2-dimensional topologica
l field theories in a coordinate-free way. Now\, however\, they arise in s
eemingly very distant mathematical areas and provide a bridge between them
. Examples of such topics are enumerative geometry\, singularity theory an
d integrable systems. In fact\, mirror symmetry can be phrased as an isomo
rphism of Frobenius manifolds. \n\nIn this talk I will give a brief overvi
ew of what a Frobenius manifold is and how they are useful in the context
of mirror symmetry. I will then present recent results obtained together w
ith Andrea Brini. Lastly\, I will highlight the connection between Frobeni
us manifolds and integrable systems\, and an application of our mirror the
orem in this context.\n\nhttps://arxiv.org/abs/2103.12673\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/7/
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SUMMARY:Ivan Sechin (Skoltech)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Quantum R-matrix identities and Interacting Integrable Tops\nby Ivan
Sechin (Skoltech) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstra
ct\nIntegrability of classical integrable systems\, for example\, multi-pa
rticle Calogero–Moser system\, is based on some functional identities on
rational\, trigonometric\, or elliptic functions\, which ensure the exist
ence of Lax pair and the Poisson commutativity of integrals of motion. It
appears that some quantum R-matrices satisfy the matrix analogues of the r
elations\, known as associative Yang–Baxter equation and its degeneratio
ns. This fact allows us to use such quantum R-matrices in Lax pairs instea
d of scalar functions and construct new classical integrable systems.\n\nI
will describe the example of the application of quantum R-matrices relati
ons in classical integrability\, introducing the system of interacting int
egrable tops\, generalizing both Calogero–Moser systems of particles and
Euler tops. I will also show how the resulting integrable structures simu
ltaneously contain the properties of particle and top systems. If time per
mits\, I briefly discuss the quantization of these structures\, in the ell
iptic case it leads to quadratic quantum algebras which generalize both Sk
lyanin algebra and Felder elliptic quantum group.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/8/
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SUMMARY:Irina Bobrova (HSE University)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: On some structures of the second Painlevé equation and related hierarchi
es\nby Irina Bobrova (HSE University) as part of Junior Global Poisson
Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nThis talk is divided into two parts. The first
part is general: we will discuss what the Painlevé equations are and wha
t structures they have\, namely integrability\, confluences\, Hamiltonian
structures\, sigma-coordinates and symmetries. In the second part\, we wil
l consider some integrable hierarchies associated with the second Painlev
é equation\, their sigma-coordinates\, symmetries\, and further generaliz
ations to non-commutative cases.\n\nhttps://arxiv.org/abs/2010.10617\, htt
ps://arxiv.org/abs/2012.11010\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/9/
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SUMMARY:Marta Mazzocco (University of Birmingham)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: A lecture on quantisation\nby Marta Mazzocco (University of Birmingh
am) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nIn this le
cture I will discuss some elementary ideas related to quantisation leading
to finding the famous KZ equation by quantising co-adjoint orbits in a ve
ry simple and explicit example.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/10/
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SUMMARY:Carlos Augusto Bassani Varea (USP)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Invariant generalized complex structures on flag manifolds\nby Carlo
s Augusto Bassani Varea (USP) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II
\n\n\nAbstract\nThe aim of this talk is to describe the invariant generali
zed complex structures look on a maximal flag manifold in terms of a fixed
root system associated to the complex semisimple Lie algebra determining
the flag manifold. This is a joint work with Luiz A. B. San Martin.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/11/
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SUMMARY:Fridrich Valach (Imperial College London)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: On a generalisation of Lie and Courant algebroids\, and its application
to exceptional generalised geometry\nby Fridrich Valach (Imperial Coll
ege London) as part of Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nI
will introduce and discuss the notion of G-algebroids. These objects provi
de a common generalisation for Lie\, Courant\, and a special class of Leib
niz algebroids used in exceptional generalised geometry (the 3 classes cor
respond to taking G to be the A\, D\, E simple groups\, respectively). I w
ill present a classification result in the exact case and provide an algeb
roid formulation for the recently introduced Poisson–Lie U-duality. This
is a joint work arXiv:2103.01139 with M. Bugden\, O. Hulik\, and D. Waldr
am.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/12/
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SUMMARY:Xiudi Tang (University of Toronto)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Symplectic excision\nby Xiudi Tang (University of Toronto) as part o
f Junior Global Poisson Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nWe consider closed subs
ets of a noncompact symplectic manifold and determine when they can be rem
oved by a symplectomorphism\, in which case we say the subsets are symplec
tically excisable. We prove that\, in the case of a ray and more generally
\, the embedding of the epigraph of a lower semi-continuous function\, the
re is a time-independent Hamiltonian flow that excises it from a noncompac
t symplectic manifold.\n\nhttps://arxiv.org/abs/2101.03534\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/13/
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SUMMARY:Carlos Zapata-Carratala (University of Edinburgh)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Poly-Jacobi Geometry: a Serendipitous Discovery\nby Carlos Zapata-Ca
rratala (University of Edinburgh) as part of Junior Global Poisson Worksho
p II\n\n\nAbstract\nWith motivations in the implementation of physical dim
ension into geometric mechanics\, I will introduce the formalism of dimens
ioned algebra and the unit-free approach to Jacobi geometry. These will be
shown to lead to a natural generalization of Jacobi/Poisson geometry wher
e many constructions\, such as products and quotients\, become much more n
atural. Finally\, I will present a breadth of structures\, tentatively cal
led Poly-Jacobi\, which are natural to define within this formalism but do
n't seem to have been identified in the Poisson literature.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/14/
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SUMMARY:Anton Alekseev (University of Geneva)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Poisson and Quasi-Poisson Structureson Moduli Spaces of Connections\
nby Anton Alekseev (University of Geneva) as part of Junior Global Poisson
Workshop II\n\n\nAbstract\nThe purpose of a topic-based discussion sessio
n is to discuss some open problems\, questions\, and vision in a subtopic
of Poisson geometry with junior researchers being the target audience. The
main goal is to make the discussion informal and friendly\, and to formul
ate some open problems in a simple way that young researchers can understa
nd and get excited about.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/JGPW2021/15/
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