## Lie Group Actions in Complex Analysis

Workshop in Erinnerung an Dmitri Akhiezer.
Donnerstag und Freitag, 2. und 3. November 2023.

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## Dr. Valdemar Tsanov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

Mittwoch, 27. September 2023, um 10:15, IA 1/135.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Mackey Lie algebras and universal tensor categories. *

**Abstract**:

A known source of problems in infinite dimensional linear algebra is the fact that the dual space V* to an infinite dimensional vector space V has dimension (the cardinality of a basis) strictly larger than that of V. A recently defined class of algebras - Mackey Lie algebras, or the related Mackey groups - offer a way to study V* and discover some interesting structures. In this talk, based on joint work with Ivan Penkov, I will define Mackey Lie algebras and explain the classification of their ideals, simple tensor modules, and a generalization of Schur-Weyl duality. I will also describe a category of Mackey modules with a universality property similar to the universality property of a tensor product.

## Dr. Valdemar Tsanov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

Mittwoch, 20. September 2023, um 10:15, IA 1/109.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Partial convex hulls of coadjoint orbits. *

**Abstract**:

The coadjoint orbits of compact Lie groups, equipped with their Kostant-Kirillov-Sourieau Kähler structures, represent models for all simply connected compact homogeneous Kähler manifolds. The integral orbits admit embeddings as projective algebraic varieties corresponding to the irreducible unitary representations of the group. Several representation theoretic concepts are related to properties of the convex hull of the orbit, and to its projections to subalgebras. I will introduce the notion of partial convex hulls in this context and indicate some of its relations to representation theory and invariant theory.

## Dr. Valdemar Tsanov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

Mittwoch, 13. September 2023, um 10:15, IA 1/109.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*On the nonconvexity of momentum map images. *

**Abstract**:

A classical theorem of Atiyah asserts that the image of a momentum map for a Hamiltonian action of a connected compact Lie group on a compact Kähler manifold is a convex polytope, whenever the group is abelian. For a nonabelian group, a convex polytope is obtained by intersecting the image with a Weyl chamber, but the entire image may or may not be convex. In this talk, I will discuss some phenomena causing nonconvexity, and derive sufficient conditions for convexity of the entire image. In particular, I will present a structural characterization of the compact connected subgroups of a compact group, for which all coadjoint orbits of the larger group have convex momentum images under the subgroup.

## Oliver Brammen (RUB)

Mittwoch, 5. Juli 2023, um 12:15, IA 1/109.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Intersections between harmonic manifolds and complex geometry. *

**Abstract**:

The aim of this talk is to highlight connections between the study of harmonic manifolds and Grauert tubes and pose some questions arising from this connection. To this end, I will give an introduction to harmonic manifolds and informally present results from R.M Aguilarand M.B. Stenzel about the characteristics of their Grauert tube, in case of their existence. Furthermore, I will discuss questions regarding the isometry group of harmonic manifolds.

## Jörg Winkelmann (RUB)

Mittwoch, 17. Mai 2023, um 10:15, NB 5/99.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*RR-Räume, Danielewski-Flächen und zahme Mengen.*

## Joint Seminar on Complex Algebraic Geometry and Complex Analysis

Freitag, 28. April 2023, IA 01/473.

**Silvia Sabatini (Köln) 11-12 Uhr**

**Hans-Joachim Hein (Münster) 14-15 Uhr**

**Richard Wentworth (Maryland / MPI Bonn) 16-17 Uhr**

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## Dr. Valdemar Tsanov (Jacobs University Bremen)

Dienstag, 22. November 2022, 10 - 12 Uhr in ND 5/99

Donnerstag, 24. November 2022, 10 - 12 Uhr in NC 2/99

Montag, 28. November 2022, 10 - 12 Uhr in IA 1/53

**Titel der Vortragsreihe**

*Constructive and algorithmic aspects of Hesselink-type stratifications.*

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## Dr. Ivan B. Penkov (Jacobs University Bremen)

Mittwoch, 09. November 2022, um 14:15 Uhr, ID 03/653

**Titel des Vortrages**

*UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM TABUS on R and C.*

**Abstract**:

The following questions are usually carefully avoided even within the graduate curriculum for mathematicians. What is a definition of the field of complex numbers which does nor refer to real numbers? How many copies of the field of real numbers are there in a single copy of the field of complex numbers, and how many copies of the field of complex numbers lie inside a single copy of the complex numbers? What are invariant definitions of Rez, Imz and complex conjugation? How large is the group of automorphisms of the field of complex numbers? Are there infinitesimal complex numbers?
I will try to entertain you with answers to these and few more questions of similar nature. Sorry, there will be no new results whatsoever, but at the end I will try to pose some research questions concerning real closed fields.

## Jörg Winkelmann (RUB)

Dienstag, 08. Februar 2022, um 14:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley - jorret-alexander.bley@rub.de)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*A Picard theorem for quaternions*

**Abstract**:

The classical Picard Theorems states that a function from the
complex plane to the complex plane defined by a globally convergent
power series may omit at most one value (unless it is constant).
The talk deals with the question, whether a similar theorem holds
if we regard quaternions instead of complex numbers.

## Tom Franke (RUB)

Freitag, 30. September 2022, um 10:00 Uhr in IA 1/109.

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Kähler packings and Seshadri constants on projective complex surfaces*

## Nicholas Lindsay (Universität Köln)

Mittwoch, 24. November 2021, um 14:15 Uhr, IA 02/445

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Hamiltonian S^1-actions on complete intersections.*

**Abstract**:

Dessai and Wiemeler proved that the only 6-dimensional complete intersections admitting a smooth circle action are the projective space and the quadric hypersurface. In this talk I will discuss a result in which I prove that "most" complete intersections with dimension a multiple of 8 do not admit a Hamiltonian circle action satisfying a certain mild hypothesis. The hypothesis is slightly awkward to state but it is satisfied if components of the fixed point set have dimension at most two. The proof uses a rigidity formula for the signature due to Jones and Rawnsley. Time permitting I will discuss some further questions.

## Johanna Neuhaus (RUB)

Dienstag, den 23.11.2021, um 10:15 Uhr im Raum IA 1/181

**Titel des Vortrages**

*The Saturation Problem for SL_2-Subgroups of Classical Groups*

**Abstract**:

Let S in G be an embedding of complex reductive groups. The ring of S-invariant polynomials C[X] over the projective variety X=G*[v_lambda] in P(V_lambda), where v_lambda denotes a highest weight vector of an irreducible G-representation V_lambda of highest weight lambda, is finitely generated. We can ask about non-trivial S-invariant polynomials and their (minimal) degrees. Furthermore, if S and G are fixed, we can ask about the existence of a (universal) N>0 such that there exists a non-trivial S-invariant polynomial of degree N on X if C[X] contains non-trivial S-invariant elements. We call the minimal N with this property the saturation coefficient of S in G. In my talk I discuss the case where S is an SL_2-subgroup of a classical group. I discuss the saturation coefficient for several types of SL_2-subgroups (such as the regular and the principal SL_2-subgroups) in detail, and provide an upper bound for the coefficient in the arbitrary case.

## Christian Miebach (Calais)

Freitag, 9.Juli 2021, um 13:00 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley - jorret-alexander.bley@rub.de)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Compact complex non-Kähler manifolds associated with totally real reciprocal units*

**Abstract**:

I will explain how one can use the theory of totally real number fields in
order to construct a new class of compact complex non-Kähler manifolds
in every even complex dimension, and then study their analytic and geometric
properties. This is joint work with Karl Oeljeklaus.

## Jianwen Chov (RUB)

Freitag, 18. Juni 2021, um 10:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley - jorret-alexander.bley@rub.de)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Homogene CR Strukturen auf 3-dimensionalen Sphären.*

## Dr. Narasimha Chary Bonala (RUB)

Freitag, 15. Januar 2021, um 12:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley - jorret-alexander.bley@rub.de)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*On the smooth GIT quotients of flag varieties and Schubert varieties by a maximal torus.*

**Abstract**:

Schubert varieties are subvarieties of a flag variety which parametrize families of linear subspaces of a vector space. In this talk, we consider the quotients of flag varieties and Schubert varieties for the action of a maximal torus. We compare the singular locus and semistable locus (w.r.t maximal torus action) of minuscule Schubert varieties. In the case of Grassmannian, we give a classification of smooth torus quotients of Schubert varieties. Finally, we consider Fl(1, n-1), the incidence variety consisting of lines L and hyperplanes H containing L in a vector space. For the minimal projective embedding of Fl(1, n-1), we observe that the quotients of Schubert varieties by a maximal torus are projective spaces . This talk is based on a joint work with S.K. Pattanayak.

## Leonardo Biliotti (University of Parma)

Dienstag, 24. November 2020, um 16:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley - jorret-alexander.bley@rub.de)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Satake-Furstenberg compactifications, gradient map and measure
on real flags*

**Abstract**:

Let G be a real noncompact semisimple Lie group, K a maximal compact
subgroup and h be an irreducible representation of G in a complex
vector space V. Denote by M the unique closed orbit of G on P(V).
Starting from these data one can construct a Satake compactification
of X=G/K. The boundary components have been described in terms of root
data in a pioneering work of Satake. Our aim is to recast the Satake's
analysis in term of the gradient map of G on P(V) introduced by
Heinzner and Schwarz. As an application we prove that a large class of
measures on M are stable in the sense of geometrical invariant theory
for the G action on the set of Borel probability measures on M,
introduced by Biiliotti, Ghigi and Zedda following the classical case.

## Tobias Schemken (RUB)

Freitag, 6. November 2020, um 12:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Konstruktion einer symplektischen nicht-Kähler Mannigfaltigkeit ohne Multiplizitäten nach Chris Woodward*

**Abstract**:

In meinem Vortrag werde ich eine Konstruktion für eine symplektische nicht-Kähler Mannigfaltigkeit von Woodward demonstrieren. Hierfür werde ich kurz über Koadjungierte Orbits und symplektische Schnitte reden.

Die Konstruktion beginnt miteinem Koadjungierten $U(3)$ Orbit $M_{\lambda}$ mit einer Wirkung von $U(2)$. Wir kontruieren eine spezielle Untergruppe der $U(2)$ isomorph zu $S^1$ und nutzen diese um einen symplektischen Schnitt $(M_{\lambda})_{\leq a}$ zu erhalten. Mit Hilfe eines Invariants, dem X-Ray, und eines Theorems von Tolman, die beide eingeführt werden, kann dann gezeigt werden, dass $(M_{\lambda})_{\leq a}$ keine kompatible komplexe Struktur trägt und damit nicht Kähler ist."

## Valdemar Tsanov

Dienstag, 25. August 2020, um 15:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Cycles in the Kempf-Ness set*

**Abstract**:

We consider projections of adjoint orbits of a compact connected Lie group K to Lie algebra of a closed connected subgroup L. Such a projection is a momentum map for the subgroup action, with respect to the canonical Kähler structure on an adjoint orbit. We are interested in explicit constructions of points in the Kempf-Ness set.
We study the compatibility of the projection with Cartan decompositions of K and L. We employ results of Heinzner-Schwarz-Stötzel and iterations of Cartan decompositions to construct an explicit complex homogeneous subvariety contained in the Kempf-Ness set of an orbit, and transversal to the L-orbits in the Kempf-Ness set. This subvariety is an iterated cycle of a sequence of split real forms. The procedure is applicable to a set of orbits, determined by the intrinsic structure of K, taking into account only an integral invariant of the isomorphism type of L. This integral invariant, for a compact connected group L, is defined as the length m of a sequence of subgroups L=L(0)>L(1)>...>L(m)>L(m+1)=1, such that L(j+1) is a symmetric subgroup of L(j) which is a maximal compact subgroup of a split real form of the complexification of L(j).
The construction has several consequences in invariant theory and branching laws for representations.

## Alan Huckleberry

Mittwoch, 8. Juli und 15. Juli 2020, um 10:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Lag domains and variation of Hodge structure, I and II*

**Abstract**:

A flag manifold is a projective rational variety $Z$ which is homogeneous with
respect to a complex semisimple Lie group $G$. In most cases such manifolds parameterize
flags of vector subspaces of a complex vector space which comes equipped with a
geometric structure defined by a bilinear form. The flags are then required satisfy additional conditions
related to this geometric structure. If real conditions are imposed, e.g., those coming
from a (mixed signature) Hermitian form, the symmetry group is restricted to a real form
$G_0$ of $G$ and the relevant flag-parameter space is an open $G_0$-orbit, a so-called
flag domain, $D$ in $Z$. Such conditions arise for flags in the Hodge theory of a compact
Kähler manifold. Families of such manifolds therefore give rise to distinguished subvarieties
of certain flag domains. The goal of these lectures is to explain the basic foundational results
in this subject, whenever possible in contexts of interesting examples.

## Tobias Waedt (RUB)

Mittwoch, 20. Mai 2020, um 10:15 online (Interessierte melden sich bitte bei Jorret Bley)

**Titel des Vortrages**

*LVM-Mannigfaltigkeiten: eine Klasse von kompakten, komplexen, nicht Kähler Mannigfaltigkeiten*.

**Abstract**:

In meinem Vortrag werde ich Meerssemans Konstruktion einer Klasse von kompakten, komplexen, nicht Kähler Mannigfaltigkeiten vorstellen.

Wir beginnen mit einer m-dimensionalen singulären holomorphen Blätterung F von $\mathbb{C}^n$ (mit n>2m), welche von m kommutierenden holomorphen linearen Vektorfeldern in $\mathbb{C}^n$ erzeugt wird. Wenn die Blätterung F die so genannten Siegel und schwache Hyperbolizität Bedingungen erfüllt, dann enthält F Siegel Blätter und der Blattraum, eingeschränkt auf alle Siegel Blätter, ist eine glatte Mannigfaltigkeit M. Da M transversal zu F ist, können wir eine holomorphe Struktur auf M mit Hilfe von F induzieren. Diese Konstruktion kann projektiviert werden und man erhält eine komplexe Mannigfaltigkeit N, welche in $\mathbb{C}P^(n-1)$ eingebettet ist.

Die Mannigfaltigkeit N erweist sich als nicht Kähler für n>2m+1.

## Dr. Bruno Laurent (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)

Dienstag, 10. Dezember 2019, um 12:00 Uhr in IA 1/135

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Almost homogeneous varieties of Albanese codimension one.*

**Abstract**:

A variety is said to be almost homogeneous if it has a dense orbit under the action of an algebraic group. Almost homogeneous varieties are very symmetric objects, with a rich geometry, and have been much studied for the past fifty years; a famous class of them consists of toric varieties, when the acting group is a torus. In this talk, we are interested in varieties, defined over an arbitrary field, satisfying a geometric condition: having Albanese codimension 1.
A first part will be dedicated to some general results on the Albanese variety Alb(X) of a variety X. The Albanese codimension is defined to be dim X - dim Alb(X) and I will explain why this is an interesting geometric invariant when studying almost homogeneous varieties.
In a second part, I will present the classification of almost homogeneous varieties of Albanese codimension 1 and their equivariant compactifications.
If there is enough time, I will comment on the smoothness of the automorphism group of the equivariant compactifications.

## Prof. Dr. Jörg Winkelmann (RUB)

Dienstag, 12. November 2019, 12:15 Uhr in IA 1/135

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Entire curves in rationally connected manifolds.*

## Christian Schuster (RUB)

Dienstag, 05. November 2019, 12:15 Uhr in IA 1/135

**Titel des Vortrages**

*The Kobayashi pseudometric on surfaces of general type in Abelian varieties. *

## Vladimir Zhgoon (Moskau)

Mittwoch,17. Juli, 10.15 in IA 1/109

**Titel des Vortrages**

*The restricted Weyl group action on the set of orbits of a minimal
parabolic subgroup for k-spherical varieties.*

**Abstract**:

For a spherical variety of a reductive group G over
algebraically closed field (i.e. for such variety that a Borel
subgroup B has an open orbit) F.Knop in 95 has introduced an action of
the Weyl group on the set of B-orbits. This action is closely related
with an action of the so called little Weyl group.
In my talk I shall speak about generalizations of these results
to algebraically non-closed fields obtained with F.Knop. Let k be an
algebraically non-closed field and X be a spherical k-variety with
respect to the action of a reductive group G i.e. such that the
minimal parabolic subgroup P acts with an open orbit. Under these
assumptions the set of the P-orbits defined over k with non-empty set
of k-points is finite and we construct an action of a restricted Weyl
group on the set of orbits of maximal rank by relating it with a
geometry of cotangent bundle. For the case of a real field we prove
the existence of such action for the whole set of P-orbits containing
R-points.

## Prof. Junjiro Noguchi (Universität Tokyo)

Donnerstag, 6. Juni 2019, 10.15 Uhr in IA 1/63

**Titel des Vortrages**

* Value Distribution Theory and torsion points on semi-abelian varieties. *

## Prof. Hiroo Tokunaga (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Mittwoch, 29.Mai 2019, 14.15 Uhr in IA 1/177

**Titel des Vortrages**

*On the topology of cubic-line, quartic-line arrangements*

## Dr. Leonid Ryvkin (IMJ-PRG)

Mittwoch, 8.Mai 2019, 14.15 Uhr in IA 1/177

**Titel des Vortrages**

* An introduction to singular foliations*

**Abstract**:

After a brief recap on regular foliations and the Frobenius theorem, we introduce singular foliations as partitions of a manifold into leaves. We explain how this description can be transformed into an infinitesimal one and discuss the additional information encoded by this infinitesimal description.

## Alexander Caviedes-Castro (Universität zu Köln)

Donnerstag, 21. Februar 2019, 11:00 Uhr in IA 1/109

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Symplectic capacities and Cayley graphs*

**Abstract**:

The Gromov non-squeezing theorem in symplectic geometry states that
is not possible to embed symplectically a ball into a cylinder of smaller
radius, although this can be done with a volume preserving embedding. Hence, the
biggest radius of a ball that can be symplectically embedded into a symplectic
manifold can be used as a way to measure the "symplectic size'' of the manifold.
We call the square of this radius times the number π the Gromov width of the
symplectic manifold. The Gromov width as a symplectic invariant is extended
through the notion of "Symplectic Capacity". In this talk I will explain how to
estimate bounds for symplectic capacities of homogeneous spaces of compact Lie
groups in terms of the combinatorics of Cayley graphs associated to them.

## Dr. Kay Paulus (Erlangen)

Freitag, 8. Februar 2019, 10:15Uhr in IA 1/109

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Construction of multiplicity-free quasi-Hamiltonian manifolds*

**Abstract**:

This talk describes how the combinatorial theory of spherical
varieties can be used to construct new examples of (quasi-) Hamiltonian
spaces. We start with an introducation to spherical varieties and their
combinatorics. The second part of the talk will be about the
classification of a family of smooth affine spherical varieties of rank
one and the classification of so-called quasi-Hamiltonian model spaces,
multiplicity free quasi-Hamiltonian manifolds with surjective moment map.

## Dr. Valdemar Tsanov (RUB)

Dienstag, 22. Januar 2019, 12:15 Uhr in NA 2/64

**Titel des Vortrages**

*On low degree generators of invariant rings*

**Abstract**:

Let $V$ be a representation space of a complex reductive group $G$. We study the invariant ring $\mathbb{C}[V]^G$ and more specifically the generators of low degree. I will describe a criterion for existence of invariants of certain degrees. For irreducible representations, I will also derive a lower bound on the degrees of invariants, based on the geometry of the unique closed projective $G$-orbit, more specifically - its secant varieties.

## Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil)

Dienstag, 15. Januar 2019, 12:15Uhr in NA 2/64

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Invariant subalgebras in a skew-group ring and their modules *

**Abstract**:

I. Gelfand and M. Zeitlin constructed a basis in finite dimensional gln(C)-modules together with explicit formulas for gln(C)-action. These formulas for gln(C)-action are called classical Gelfand-Zeitlin formulas. It was noticed by I. Gelfand and M. Graev that the classical Gelfand-Zeitlin formulas may be used to obtain a family of infinite dimensional gln(C)-modules. More general theory of the so-called Gelfand-Zetlin modules is developed by Yu. Drozd, S. Ovsienko and V. Futorny.
The main difficulty here was to construct and classify so-called singular Gelfand-Zeitlin modules. That is Gelfand-Zeitlin modules where the (rational) coefficients of the classical Gelfand-Zeitlin formulas have potential singularities. A significant step in this direction was done in 2017-2018 by L. Ramirez, P. Zadunaisky and by N. Early, V. Mazorchuk, E.V. We will discuss our most recent paper with V. Mazorchuk that is devoted to a generalization of this construction to any invariant subalgebras in a skew-group ring.

## Prof. Dr. Jörg Winkelmann (Bochum)

Dienstag, 13. November 2018, 12:15Uhr in NA 2/64

**Titel des Vortrages**

* Tame discrete sets in complex Lie groups *

## Prof. Dr. Dr. h .c. mult. Alan T. Huckleberry (Bochum)

Mittwoch, 7. November 2018, 10:15 in IA 1/181

**Titel des Vortrages**

*Moving cycles, ample normal bundles and pseudoconcave neighborhoods*

**Abstract**:

For the talk a cycle is just a compact complex submanifold $C$ of a complex manifold $Z$.
In the first part of the talk we will sketch some classical results which relate the three topics in the title. Here, moving $C$ means moving it in a holomorphically parameterized family $C_t$ in $Z$. This should in principle be related to the ampleness of the normal bundle of $C$, and this ampleness, when expressed in terms curvature, should be related to $C$ possessing a neighborhood basis with a certain degree of pseudoconcavity.
The second part of the talk will be devoted to the special case where $(G,K)$ is a symmetric
pair, $Z$ is a $G$-flag manifold and $C$ is a closed $K$-orbit in $Z$. In particular, we will outline certain recent results (see arXiv 1711.09333 and 1807.07311).

## Narasimha Chary Bonala (Bonn)

Freitag, 5. Oktober 2018, 11:00 in NA 1/64

**Titel des Vortrages**

*On Bott-Samelson varieties*

**Abstract**:

Let G be a simple algebraic group over the field of complex numbers and B be a Borel subgroup of G. Let X(w) be a Schubert variety in the flag variety G/B corresponding to an element w of the Weyl group of G, and let Z(w) be the Bott–Samelson variety, a natural desingularization of X(w). In this talk we discuss the automorphism group of Z(w) and the classification of "reduced expressions of w" such that Z(w) is Fano.

## Christian Miebach (Calais)

Freitag, 20. Juli 2018, 10:15 in NA 2/64

**Titel des Vortrages**

* Hamiltonian actions of unipotent groups on compact Kähler manifolds*.

**Abstract**:

In 2007 Doran and Kirwan published a paper discussing Geometric Invariant
Theory of actions of unipotent group on projective varieties. In my talk I will
explain a joint work with Daniel Greb where we obtained related results for
meromorphic actions of unipotent complex Lie groups on compact K\"ahler
manifolds using moment map techniques.

## Lucas Fresse (Nancy)

Mittwoch, 18. Juli 2018, 14-16 in NA 2/24

** Titel des Vortrages**

*A version of Matsuki duality for generalized flags*.

**Abstract**:

An (infinite-dimensional) ind-group is the direct limit of a chain of (complex, finite dimensional) algebraic groups. We consider a classical ind-group G, obtained as the limit of a chain of classical groups of a given type. Dimitrov and Penkov introduced a flag model ("generalized flags") for classifying the Borel subgroups of G. Contrary to the finite-dimensional case, all Borel subgroups of G are not conjugate. This yields several ind-varieties of generalized flags of the form G/B.
In the finite-dimensional case, Matsuki duality relates two families of orbits on a flag variety: orbits of a symmetric subgroup and orbits of the corresponding real form.
In this talk, we show that Matsuki duality extends to the case of ind-varieties of the form G/B.

## Karl Oeljeklaus (Marseille)

Dienstag 17. Juli 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24 (Teil 1)

15.15, NA 4/24 (Teil 2)

** Titel des Vortrages, der gleichzeitig im Rahmen des Floer Kolloquiums gehalten wird**:

*Schottky group action on complex manifolds, Teil 1 und 2*.

**Abstract**:

In this talk we consider Schottky group actions on complex manifolds. As an abstract group a Schottky group is isomorphic to a non-abelian free group F, and a Schottky group action on the complex manifold X yields an invariant connected open subset U of X on which the action of F is free and properly discontinuous. Our motivation for the study of Schottky group actions comes from the fact that the quotient manifolds U/F have interesting properties.

In the main case when the initial complex manifold is homogeneous-rational of dimension grater than one, i.e. a flag manifold, the quotients are non-Kähler compact complex manifolds. We investigate their analytic and geometric invariants such as the Kodaira and algebraic dimension, the Picard group and the deformation theory, thus extending results due to Lárusson and to Seade-Verjovsky. We recover examples of equivariant compactifications of Schottky quotients of SL(2,C). This is a joint work with Christian Miebach (Calais).

## Vladimir Zhgoon (Moskau)

Dienstag 26. Juni 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*On complexity of algebraic varieties over algebraically non-closed fields*.

**Abstract**:

In 1986 E.B.Vinberg introduced the notion of complexity for the action
of a reductive group G on an algebraic variety over an algebraically
closed field, which is equal to codimension of a generic orbit of a
Borel subgroup in the algebraic variety. Vinberg has proved that the complexity
does not increase after passing to the B-invariant subset of algebraic
variety. In particular, this means that in a spherical variety, i.e.
the variety with an open B-orbit, there is only a finite number of B-orbits.

In my talk I shall speak about generalization of this result to algebraic non-closed
fields which is a joint work with F. Knop.

## Florian Scholz (Bochum)

Dienstag, 19. Juni 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24
** Titel des Vortrages**:

* Die k/12-Formel*

## Bruce Gilligan (Regina/Canada)

Dienstag 5. Juni 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*The Levi-Problem for pseudoconvex homogeneous manifolds*

## Tobias Schemken (Bochum)

Dienstag 29. Mai 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*Jacobi Varietät und Spur-Abbildung*

## Hannah Bergner (Freiburg)

Dienstag 15. Mai 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*On varieties with locally free logarithmic tangent sheaf***Abstract**:

Let (X,D) be a pair consisting of a normal complex variety and a
divisor D. In the talk, I will explain connections between the geometry
of (X,D) and properties of the logarithmic vector fields on X, or
dually the logarithmic 1-forms. If X is smooth and D is snc, then the
logarithmic tangent sheaf is locally free. More generally, this holds
true if X is toric. In the talk, I will explain a theorem about the
local converse of this statement, i.e. in which cases local freeness of
the the logarithmic tangent sheaf implies that X has to be locally
toric.

## Leonid Ryvkin (RUB)

Freitag 4. Mai 2018, 10:15, NA 5/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*Conserved quantities in multisymplectic geometry*

**Abstract**:

We investigate the different notions of "conservation" of a differential form by a vector field in regard to their relation to homotopic structures on multisymplectic manifolds. We show that conserved quantities are a subalgebra of the observable Lie infinity-algebra and prove the Noether theorem in this context.

## Andrea Iannuzzi (Rom)

Dienstag 10. April 2018, 12:15, NA 4/24

** Titel des Vortrages**:

*The adapted hyper-Kähler structure on the tangent bundle
of a Hermitian symmetric space.*

**Abstract**:

Let (I_0, w_0) denote the invariant Kähler structure of a compact Hermitian symmetric
space X = G/K. The holomorphic cotangent bundle T*X (a tubular neighbourhood
of the zero section, in the non-compact case) carries a unique G-invariant hyper-Kähler
structure compatible with (I_0, w_0) and the canonical holomorphic symplectic form of T*X.
Such a structure has been investigated, among others, by Eguchi-Hanson, Calabi, Biquard,
Gauduchon, Feix, Kaledin.

On the other hand, the tangent bundle TX is isomorphic to T*X and carries a canonical
complex structure J_ad, the so called adapted complex structure, introduced by Lempert-Szöke
and Guillemin-Stenzel in 1991.

One can show that TX (the crown domain, in the non-compact case) admits a unique
G-invariant hyper-Kähler structure compatible with (I_0, w_0) and J_ad. The two hyper-Kähler
structures are related by a G-equivariant fiber preserving diffeomorphism of TX which was
introduced by Dancer and Szöke.

The aim of the talk is to introduce the adapted hyper-Kähler structure and explain an
advantage of such a point of view. Namely, it is possible to obtain an explicit realization
of all the quantities involved by means of Lie theoretical tools and moment map techniques.

This is part of a joint project with Laura Geatti.

## Judith Brinkschulte (Leipzig)

Mittwoch 31. Januar 2018, 12:15, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

* The normal bundle of Levi-flat real hypersurfaces.*

**Abstract** :

*There has been quite some interest in
the classification of compact Levi-flat real hypersurfaces
in complex manifolds, motivated by the different nature of
classical examples on the one hand and basic problems in
dynamical systems on the other hand. I will discuss the
following recent result: Let X be a complex manifold of
dimension > 2. Then there does not exist a smooth compact
Levi-flat real hypersurface in X such that the nromal bundle
to the Levi foliation admits a Hermitian metric with positive
curvature along the leaves.*

## PD Dr. Stéphanie Cupit-Foutou (RUB)

Mittwoch 17. Januar 2018, 12:15, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

* On momentum-polytopes of spherical varieties.*

## Hendrik Herrmann (Universität Köln)

Mittwoch 6. Dezember 2017, 12:00, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

* An equivariant embedding theorem for CR manifolds with circle action*

## Dr. Tomasz Maciazek (Polen)

Mittwoch 29. November 2017, 12:00, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

*Momentum polytope at the highest weight*

## Prof. Dimitri Akhiezer (Moskau/Rusßland)

Mittwoch 22. November 2017, 12:15, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

*On common zeros of eigenfunctions of the Laplace operator*

## Christian Schuster (RUB)

Mittwoch 15. November 2017, 12:00, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

*The Kobayashi pseudometric on subvarieties of abelian varieties*

## Chrstian Zöller (RUB)

Mittwoch 25. Oktober 2017, 12:00, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

*The local structure theorem for projective representations*

## Jorret Bley (RUB)

Mittwoch 18. Oktober 2017, 12:00, NA 5/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Invariance of moment image of fibers of open proper maps

## Prof Jón Magnússon (University of Iceland)

Montag 25. September 2017, 10:14, NA 4/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Intersection theory for analytic cycles

**Abstract** :

*A description of intersection theory for analytic cycles on complex manifolds will be given. Then a generalisation of this theory will be discussed, where complex manifolds are replaced by so-called "nearly smooth complex spaces". These spaces are locally the image of a complex manifold by a finite and proper map.*

## Prof. Dr. Dmitry Timashev (Moskau)

Mittwoch 26. Juli 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Real orbits on complex spherical homogeneous spaces: the split case

## Prof. Dr. Dmitry Timashev (Moskau)

Dienstag 25. Juli 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 1/64

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Classifying real orbits on complex symmetric spaces via Galois cohomology

## Elizaveta Vishnyakova (Belo Horizonte)

Dienstag 18. Juli 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 1/64

**Titel des Vortrages**:

About graded manifolds

**Abstract** :

*Vector bundles and double vector bundles, or $2$-fold vector
bundles, arise naturally for instance as base spaces for algebraic
structures such as Lie algebroids, Courant algebroids and double Lie
algebroids. It is known that all these structures possess a unified
description using the language of super\-geometry and graded manifolds
of degree $\leq 2$. Indeed, a link has been established between the
super and classical pictures by the geometrization process, leading to an equivalence of the category of graded manifolds of degree $\leq 2$ and the category of (double) vector bundles with additional structures..*

## Andriy Regeta (Grenoble)

Mittwoch 28.Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Automorphism groups of affine toric varieties and affine surfaces

**Abstract**:

*We are going to discuss the following problem: to which extent the group of automorphisms of an affine algebraic variety determines the variety? In general the answer is negative. On the other hand, H. Kraft proved that the group of automorphisms of the affine n-space seen as an ind-group determines the affine n-space in the category of connected affine varieties. In this talk we are going to discuss a similar result for affine toric varieties. In case of dimension two, we characterise a big class of affine surfaces by their automorphism groups viewed as abstract groups.*

## Bart van Steirteghem (Erlangen-Nürnberg/New York)

Dienstag 27.Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 3/64

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Momentum polytopes of multiplicity free Hamiltonian manifolds

**Abstract**:

*Generalizing T. Delzant's classification of toric symplectic manifolds, F. Knop has shown that multiplicity free Hamiltonian manifolds are classified by their momentum polytope and generic isotropy group. In this talk I will explain how the theory of (smooth affine) spherical varieties can be used to give a combinatorial characterization of the momentum polytopes of these manifolds. This is joint work with G. Pezzini.*

## Chin-Yu Hsiao (Taipeh)

Mittwoch 21. Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

G-invariant Szego kernel asymptotics and CR reduction

**Abstract** :

* Let X be a compact connected orientable CR manifold with non-degenerate Levi curvature.
Assume that X admits a connected compact Lie group action G. Under certain natural assumptions about the group action G, we show that the G-invariant Szego kernel for (0,q) forms is a complex Fourier integral operator, smoothing away the reduced space Y and there is a precise description of the singularity near Y. We apply our result to the case when X admits a transversal CR circle action and deduce an asymptotic expansion for the m-th Fourier component of the G-invariant Szego kernel for (0,q)-forms as m goes to infinity. As an application, we show that if m large enough, quantization commutes with reduction. This is a joint work with Rung-Tzung Huang.*

## Chin-Yu Hsiao (Taipeh)

Dienstag 20. Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 3/64

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Bergman kernel asymptotics in complex geometry

**Abstract**:

*In a work jointly with Marinescu at 2014, we obtained a full asymptotic expansion of the spectral function corresponding to the lower part of the spectrum of the Kodaira Laplacian on high tensor powers of a holomorphic line bundle. From this result, we could deduce some classical results in complex geometry ( Demailly's Morse inequalities, Bergman kernel asymptotics for ample line bundles). In this talk, I will explain how to obtain these classical results from our result. I will also mention our result about Bergman kernel asymptotics for semi-positive line bundles.*

## Maxime Pelletier (Lyon)

Mittwoch 14. Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Some geometric methods to get results on coefficients from representation theory.

**Abstract** :

* The branching coefficients appear in representation theory when one looks at the following situation: let G and H be two complex reductive groups such that H is a subgroup of G, and consider an irreducible representation of G. Then this is also a representation of H and as such it decomposes into a direct sum of irreducible ones. The multiplicities of the irreducible representations of H in this decomposition are called the branching coefficients. They have a geometric interpretation when the groups G and H are connected: they correspond to dimensions of spaces of invariant sections of line bundles over flag varieties.
This talk will then be mainly focused on a specific example of branching coefficients (even if most of the techniques apply to other ones): the Kronecker coefficients, which are indexed by triples of partitions of the same integer. A notion of "stable triple" can then be defined relatively to these coefficients, and we will see that their geometric interpretation allows to obtain a new proof of a characterisation of stability proven by S. Sam and A. Snowden. Finally we will discuss about some ways to produce such stable triples.*

## Ramiro Lafuente (Münster)

Mittwoch 7.Juni 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Moment maps and homogeneous Riemannian manifolds

**Abstract**:

* The idea of the talk is to explain how the moment map of a real reductive Lie group representation appears naturally in the study of the geometry of homogeneous Riemannian manifolds. After explaining how the properties of the moment map inspire and yield results in the Riemannian setting, if time permit we will also discuss ongoing projects and open questions.*

## Prof. Mikhail Borovoi (Tel-Aviv/Bielefeld)

Mittwoch, 31. Mai 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Cayley groups

**Abstract**:

*I will start the talk with the classical "Cayley transform" for the special orthogonal group SO(n) defined by Arthur Cayley in 1846. A connected linear algebraic group G over the field of complex numbers C is called a *Cayley group* if it admits a *Cayley map*, that is, a G-equivariant birational isomorphism between the group variety G and its Lie algebra Lie(G). For example, SO(n) is a Cayley group. A linear algebraic group G is called *stably Cayley* if G x S is Cayley for some C-torus S. I will consider semisimple algebraic groups, in particular, simple algebraic groups. I will describe classification of Cayley simple groups and of stably Cayley semisimple groups. (Based on joint works with Boris Kunyavskii and others.)*
See also this answer: http://mathoverflow.net/a/101343/4149

## Benoit Dejoncheere, University of Lyon

Mittwoch 24. Mai 2017, 10:15 Uhr, NA 2/24

**Titel des Vortrages**:

Rings of differential operators on some wonderful varieties of small rank

**Abstract**:

*Let $X$ be a complex smooth projective algebraic variety. The algebra of global differential operators $D_X$ is rather badly understood, except in the case of curves, toric varieties, and flag varieties. In this talk, we will investigate these algebras in the case of some wonderful varieties of small rank.
More precisely, if $X$ is a wonderful $G$-variety, two questions naturally arise, namely the study of the infinitesimal action of the Lie algebra of $G$, and when ${\cal L}$ is an invertible sheaf on $X$, the study of the algebra of twisted global differential operators $D_{X,{\cal L}}$ on the cohomology groups $H^i(X,{\cal L})$. We will give an answer to these questions in some particular cases, keeping in mind that wonderful varieties can be seen as generalizations of flag varieties.*