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[Lecture] Quantum sheaf cohomology for toric complete intersections

APR . 28 2020
Topic: Quantum sheaf cohomology for toric complete intersections

10:00-11:00 AM, April 28, 2020

Speaker: Dr. Lu Zhentao

Online address: Zoom (Room ID: 678 9490 4079; Link: https://zoom.com.cn/j/67894904079)

Abstract: The quantum sheaf cohomology (QSC) is a deformation of the classical sheaf cohomology ring of a holomorphic vector bundle $E$. It generalizes the Morrison-Plesser style quantum cohomology by replacing the tangent bundle with $E$ and shares its physical motivation from Witten's gauged linear sigma models. In this talk I will first explain the QSC for toric varieties and the correlator formula, and then discuss my work in progress on QSC for toric complete intersections.

Dr. Lu got Ph. D from Univ. of Penn, and once did postdoctoral work in Oxford University and other famous institutions. His working area is algebraic geometry and mathematical physics.

Source: School of Mathematical Sciences