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Symplectic instanton homology

Manolescu, C (UCLA)
Friday 17 April 2009, 15:10-15:50



Floer's instanton homology was originally defined as an invariant of integral homology 3-spheres. The Atiyah-Floer Conjecture claims that there should be a symplectic counterpart to instanton theory, based on Lagrangian Floer homology. Starting from a Heegaard decomposition of a 3-manifold, I will explain one way to make sense of the symplectic side of the Atiyah-Floer conjecture, for arbitrary 3-manifolds. This is joint work with Chris Woodward.

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