Wilhelm Killing Kolloquium: Prof. Dr. Chris Wendl (Humboldt Universität Berlin): On transversality and symmetry per ZOOM:

Thursday, 20.05.2021 16:30 per ZOOM: Link to Zoom info

Mathematik und Informatik

Abstract: Many geometric applications of PDEs depend on transversality results, e.g. in gauge theory or symplectic topology. One needs certain moduli spaces of solutions to elliptic PDEs such as Seiberg-Witten monopoles or pseudoholomorphic curves to be "transversely cut out", so that they are smooth and have the expected dimension. A problem arises: these PDEs often come with natural symmetries, and everyone knows that you cannot have transversality and symmetry at the same time. In this talk, I will outline a general strategy to deal with transversality without sacrificing symmetry, and discuss what conditions need to be checked before you can apply it to your favorite PDE.

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