Enumerative Geometry Seminar, Fall 2019

Tuesday, 2:40-3:55pm, 622 Math

Organizer: Melissa Liu

Date SpeakerTitle References
Tue.9/10 Chiu-Chu Melissa Liu (Columbia University) The theory of N-Mixed-Spin-P fields arXiv:1809.08806, arXiv:1810.11058
Tue.9/17 Xujia Chen (Stony Brook University) Lifting cobordisms and Kontsevich-type recursions for counts of real curves arXiv:1809.08919 (main reference),
arXiv:1809.08938, arXiv:1904.04254, arXiv:1905.11316
Tue.9/24 Nathan Priddis (Brigham Young University) BHK mirror symmetry and beyond
Tue.10/1 Fenglong You (University of Alberta) Structures of relative Gromov-Witten theory arXiv:1806.11082 (main reference),
arXiv:1810.06952, arXiv:1811.10807, arXiv:1907.07133
Tue.10/8 Konstantin Aleshkin (Columbia University) Special geometry for invertible singularities and localization in GLSM
Tue.10/15 Heather Lee (University of Washington) Homological mirror symmetry for punctured Riemann surfaces from pair-of-pants decompositions arXiv:1608.04473
Tue.10/22 Gus Schrader (Columbia University) Coulomb branches and cluster algebras arXiv:1910.03186
Tue.10/29 no seminar
Tue.11/5 no seminar Academic Holiday
Tue.11/12 Catherine Cannizzo (Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University) Homological mirror symmetry for a complex genus 2 curve arXiv:1908.04227
Tue.11/19 Song Yu (Columbia University) The Open Crepant Transformation Conjecture for Toric Calabi-Yau 3-Orbifolds
Tue.11/26 Renata Picciotto (Columbia University) Stable maps with p-fields on a smooth projective variety
Tue.12/3 Qile Chen (Boston College) The logarithmic gauged linear sigma model arXiv:1906.04345
Tue.12/10 Clara Dolfen (Columbia University) Degenerations in enumerative geometry