Lagrangian Floer homology
This is a course for the second semester of M2 (option géométrie).
In the first half of the course we will study the basics of symplectic topology and Morse
theory, while the second half will concentrate on the more advanced topic of Lagrangian
Floer homology. This topics are a prerequisite for the advanced course
Derived categories in symplectic geometry by
Chantraine and Hossein
Classes meet on Monday from 9:30 to 12:00 in Salle Hypatia.
Office hours are in
office 109 of the Laboratoire de mathématiques on Wednesday from
14:00 to 15:30, or by appointment
- Symplectic manifolds and Lagrangian submanifolds: definitions and examples
- Stability and local forms
- Liouville manifolds
- Morse homology
- Overview of Lagrangian Floer homology
- Analysis of J-holomorphic maps (as time permits).
(A change in the first version number means a revision of the content. A change in the second version number means a correction of grammar and spelling mistakes.)
- Chapter 1: Symplectic manifolds (v. 2.0, 18/02/2014)
- Chapter 2: Morse theory (v. 1.0, 06/03/2014)
- Chapter 3: Overview of Lagrangian Floer homology --- first part (v. 2.0, 31/03/2014)
- Chapter 3: Overview of Lagrangian Floer homology --- second part (v. 1.0, 09/04/2014)
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An introduction based on the seminar in Bern, 1992. Progress in Mathematics, 124.
Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, 1994.
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- D. Salamon, Lectures on Floer homology. In Symplectic geometry and topology, Eliashberg and Traynor editors. IAS/Park City Mathematics Series, Volume 7, 1999.