School of Mathematics

Tensors occur throughout mathematics. Their rank, defined in analogy with matrix rank, is however much more poorly understood, both from a structural and algorithmic viewpoints.

 

This will be an introductory talk to some of the basic issues...

Given a family of Lagrangian tori with full quantum corrections, the non-archimedean SYZ mirror construction uses the family Floer theory to construct a non-archimedean analytic space with a global superpotential. In this talk, we will first briefly...

Differential delay equations arise very naturally, but they are much more complicated than ordinary differential equations. Polyfold theory, originally developed for the study of moduli spaces of pseudoholomorphic curves, can help to understand...