Seminar: Gauge Theory/Eichtheorie (Wintersemester 2020/21)
In the winter semester 2020/21, I will run a seminar on gauge theory. Gauge theory is vast topic with a long history and an area of a lot of current research. This seminar covers only a small but important part of this subject. The plan for this seminar is to build up the geometric and analytic foundations of gauge theory in dimension four, and to discuss the proof of Donaldson's diagonalization theorem.
This seminar takes place Tuesdays 9:15–11:00 via Zoom starting 2020-11-03. The Zoom invite can be found in the Moodle page (key: uhlenbeck). Here is this seminar's AGNES listing.
If you have any questions about this seminar that are not answered on this page, then feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar is aimed at students with an interest in differential geometry, geometric analysis, and/or topology. To participate in the seminar, you should have a good understanding of differential geometry. Ideally, you would already have some knowledge of Sobolev spaces, elliptic theory, and Fredholm operators.