Nguyen Ngoc Cuong, Hölder Continuous Solutions to Complex Monge-Ampère Equations and its Applications II

B266 IBS

     Speaker Nguyen Ngoc Cuong KAIST The Monge-Ampère equations provide Kähler-Einstein metrics on projective manifolds with negative or zero first Chern classes thanks to the AubinYau and Yau theorems. However, most projective manifolds do not have a negative definite or trivial first Chern class. The study of the canonical metric on these manifolds leads

Taeyong Ahn, Positive Closed Currents and Super-potentials

B266 IBS

     Speaker Taeyong Ahn Inha University, Department of Mathematics Education In this talk, we briefly review the notion and properties of positive closed currents and super-potentials. As an application, we discuss the equidistribution of positive closed currents on the projective space. We also discuss the difficulty of the extension of the result to a

Young-jun Choi, Existence of a Complete Holomorphic Vector Field via the Kähler-Einstein Metric

B266 IBS

     Speaker Young-jun Choi Pusan National University A fundamental problem in Several Complex Variables is to classify bounded pseudoconvex domains in the complex Euclidean space with a noncompact automorphism group, especially with a compact quotient. In the results of Wong-Rosay and Frankel, they make use of the "Scaling method" for obtaining an 1-parameter family

Hoseob Seo, On Singularities of Toric Plurisubharmonic Funcitons

B266 IBS

     Speaker Hoseob Seo Research Institute of Mathematics, Seoul National University In this talk, we discuss recent progresses on singularities of toric plurisubharmonic functions. First, we review the notion of Newton convex bodies of toric plurisubharmonic functions on a polydisk D(0,r) ⊂ Cn. As an application, we show that the cluster points of jumping

Dano Kim, Canonical Bundle Formula and Degenerating Families of Volume Forms

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     Speaker Dano Kim Department of Mathematical Sciences, Seoul National University We will talk about a metric version of Kawamata's canonical bundle formula for log Calabi-Yau fibrations: the L2 metric carries singularity described by the discriminant divisor and the moduli part line bundle has a singular hermitian metric with vanishing Lelong numbers. This answers

Pak Tung Ho, Chern-Yamabe Problem

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     Speaker Pak Tung Ho Sogang University I will explain what the Chern-Yamabe problem is, and talk about the Chern-Yamabe flow which is a geometric flow approach to solve the Chern-Yamabe problem. I will also mention other results related to the Chern-Yamabe problem.

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