Francois Charette, 2017/03/31
Seminar series:  Colloquium
Presenter:Francois Charette
Institution:University of Ottawa
Date:Friday, March 31st, 2017
Location:415 Machray Hall

Francois Charette, 2017/03/31

Lagrangian Floer homology was introduced by Floer in the 80's in order to prove a conjecture of Arnold about the number of periodic orbits of a Hamiltonian system. Later on, Fukaya conjectured that the simple homotopy type of the Floer complex was a complete invariant of Lagrangian intersection phenomena in symplectic geometry. I will give an overview ot these notions and explain how they are connected to enumerative geometry of holomorphic discs.

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