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Differential Geometry Seminars

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School of Mathematical Sciences – The University of Adelaide

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2002

- Friday 8th November 2002 at 1:10pm

Michael Eastwood

Nonclassical constructions of analytic cohomology
- Friday 1st November 2002 at 1:10pm

Vladimir Soucek (Charles University, Prague)

An analogue of the Dolbeault complex for several Dirac equations
- Thursday 24th October 2002 at 10:10am in Mathematics Building
Room 112

Vladimir Dobrev (INRNE, Sofia)

Canonical construction of differential operators intertwining
representations of semisimple Lie groups
- Friday 18th October 2002 at 1:10pm

Rod Gover (University of Auckland)

A conformally invariant Hodge theory
- Friday 4th October 2002 at 1:10pm

Nigel Higson (Pennsylvannia State University)

The residue cocycle of Connes and Moscovici
- Friday 30th August 2002 at 1:10pm

Keith Hannabuss (Oxford University)

Quantum Hall fluids and ideals in the Weyl algebra
- Friday 9th August 2002 at 1:10pm

Michael Eastwood

On holomorphic integral geometry
- Friday 19th July 2002 at 4:10pm

Gang Tian (MIT)

Lefchetz fibrations and holomorphic curves
- Friday 7th June 2002 at 1:10pm

Nick Buchdahl

Construction of instanton moduli spaces
- Friday 31st May 2002 at 1:10pm

Siye Wu

Symplectic quotients and path integrals
- Friday 24th May 2002 at 1:10pm

Stuart Johnson

Holonomy on D-Branes
- Friday 17th May 2002 at 1:10pm

Sam Yates

A vector-valued Harper operator
- Friday 10th May 2002 at 1:10pm

Mike Eastwood

Automatic continuity, continued
- Friday 3rd May 2002 at 1:10pm

Indira Chatterji (ETH, Zurich)

Around the Bass conjecture
- Wednesday 10th April 2002 at 1:10pm in Mathematics Building Room
107

Robin Graham (University of Washington)

Poincare metrics and conformal geometry
- Wednesday 10th April 2002 at 2:10pm in Mathematics Building Room
107

Paul Norbury (University of Melbourne)

Monopoles in hyperbolic space
- Friday 22nd March 2002 at 1:10pm

John Rice (Flinders University)

The Derived Category: From Poincare to Grothendieck Duality
- Friday 15th March 2002 at 1:10pm

Paul Tod (Oxford University)

The Schrodinger-Newton equations
- Friday 1st March 2002 at 1:10pm

Michael Murray

Submanifolds and maps into the sphere or branes and sigma models
- Thursday 24th January 2002 at 1:10pm

Emma Carberry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

On the existence of minimal tori in S^3 of arbitrary spectral genus
- Monday 14th January 2002 at 1:10pm

Valerio Toledano Laredo (MSRI/University of Paris VI)

Flat Connections and Quantum Groups