Date | 2022-07-11 |
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Speaker | 김용환 |

Dept. | 서울대학교 |

Room | 129-309 |

Time | 14:30-16:30 |

We first give some methods to compute the symplectic homology of a complement of a Milnor fiber, and show that it is nonvanishing in many cases. Then, we introduce how to interpret a Milnor fiber as a Lefschetz fibration over a disc, and briefly look at McLean's spectral sequence. Then we move on to the general theory of Lefschetz fibrations, and introduce the concept of Lefschetz bifibrations and matching cycles - these will appear later in the construction of Seidel.

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