Albin Grataloup (U. Montpillier) "The Shifted Symplectic Geometry of Derived Intersections"
- Monday, January 25, 2021 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
- Zoom-link: 989 6034 6659 ; password: math
Virtual Math Seminar.
Monday 25 January 11:00-12:00 MT
(Note the non-standard time!)
Zoom link, meeting ID, and password:
- 989 6034 6659
Albin Grataloup (Montpillier)
The Shifted Symplectic Geometry of Derived Intersections.
There have been many instances of shifted structures, for example the BV-BFV complexes, higher connections or
quasi-symplectic groupoids. The goal of this talk is to explain the general theory of shifted symplectic structures from
the point of view of derived geometry. Derived geometry in an extension of geometry that aims at handling singular situations
as if they were generic by doing everything "up to homotopy". We will see that this added flexibility gives us a well behaved
shifted symplectic geometry and we will in particular describe the shifted symplectic geometry of derived intersections.
- Department of Mathematical Sciences