## Seminar information archive

Seminar information archive ～01/17｜Today's seminar 01/18 | Future seminars 01/19～

### 2010/10/04

#### Seminar on Geometric Complex Analysis

10:30-12:00 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

The canonical coordinates associated to homogeneous Kaehler metrics on a homogeneous bounded domain (JAPANESE)

**Hideyuki ISHI**(Nagoya Univ)The canonical coordinates associated to homogeneous Kaehler metrics on a homogeneous bounded domain (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

For a real analytic Kaehler manifold, one can define a canonical coordinate, called the Bochner coordinate, around each point. In this talk, we show that the canonical cooredinate is globally defined for a bounded homogeneous domain with a homogeneous Kaehler manifold, which is not necessarily the Bergman metric.

Then we obtain a standard realization of the homogeneous domain associated to the homogeneous metric.

For a real analytic Kaehler manifold, one can define a canonical coordinate, called the Bochner coordinate, around each point. In this talk, we show that the canonical cooredinate is globally defined for a bounded homogeneous domain with a homogeneous Kaehler manifold, which is not necessarily the Bergman metric.

Then we obtain a standard realization of the homogeneous domain associated to the homogeneous metric.

### 2010/09/28

#### Tuesday Seminar of Analysis

16:30-18:00 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Some spectral and resonance properties of quantum graphs (ENGLISH)

**Pavel Exner**(Czech Academy of Sciences)Some spectral and resonance properties of quantum graphs (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

In this talk I will discuss three new results about Schr¨odinger operators

on metric graphs obtained in collaboration with Jiri Lipovskyand Brian Davies.

The first one is related to invalidity of the uniform continuation principle for such

operators. One manifestation of this fact are embedded eigenvalues due to

rational relations of graph edge lengths. This effect is non-generic and we show

how geometric perturbations turn these embedded eigenvalues into resonances.

Then second problem is related to high-energy behavior of resonances: we extend

a recent result of Davies and Pushnitski to graphs with general vertex couplings

and find conditions under which the asymptotics does not have Weyl character.

Finally, the last question addressed here concerns the absolutely continuous spectrum

of radial-tree graphs. In a similar vein, we generalize a recent result by Breuer and

Frank that in case of the free (or Kirhhoff) coupling the ac spectrum is absent

provided the edge length are increasing without a bound along the tree.

We show that the result remains valid for a large class of vertex couplings,

but on the other hand, there are nontrivial couplings leading to an ac spectrum.

In this talk I will discuss three new results about Schr¨odinger operators

on metric graphs obtained in collaboration with Jiri Lipovskyand Brian Davies.

The first one is related to invalidity of the uniform continuation principle for such

operators. One manifestation of this fact are embedded eigenvalues due to

rational relations of graph edge lengths. This effect is non-generic and we show

how geometric perturbations turn these embedded eigenvalues into resonances.

Then second problem is related to high-energy behavior of resonances: we extend

a recent result of Davies and Pushnitski to graphs with general vertex couplings

and find conditions under which the asymptotics does not have Weyl character.

Finally, the last question addressed here concerns the absolutely continuous spectrum

of radial-tree graphs. In a similar vein, we generalize a recent result by Breuer and

Frank that in case of the free (or Kirhhoff) coupling the ac spectrum is absent

provided the edge length are increasing without a bound along the tree.

We show that the result remains valid for a large class of vertex couplings,

but on the other hand, there are nontrivial couplings leading to an ac spectrum.

### 2010/09/14

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

10:30-14:00 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

AGT conjectures and recursion formulas (JAPANESE)

classification of solutions to the reflection equation associated to

trigonometrical $R$-matrix of Belavin (JAPANESE)

**Shintarou Yanagida**(Kobe Univ.) 10:30-11:30AGT conjectures and recursion formulas (JAPANESE)

**Yuji Yamada**(Rikkyo Univ.) 13:00-14:00classification of solutions to the reflection equation associated to

trigonometrical $R$-matrix of Belavin (JAPANESE)

### 2010/09/13

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

10:30-15:30 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Polynomial representations of DAHA of type $C^¥vee C$ and boundary qKZ equations (JAPANESE)

CFT, Isomonodromy deformations and Nekrasov functions (JAPANESE)

Twisted de Rham theory---resonances and the non-resonance (JAPANESE)

**Masahiro Kasatani**(Tokyo Univ.) 10:30-11:30Polynomial representations of DAHA of type $C^¥vee C$ and boundary qKZ equations (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

First I will review basic facts about

the double affine Hecke algebra of type $C^¥vee C$

and its polynomial representation.

Next I will intrduce a boundary qKZ equation

and construct its solution in terms of the polynomial representation.

First I will review basic facts about

the double affine Hecke algebra of type $C^¥vee C$

and its polynomial representation.

Next I will intrduce a boundary qKZ equation

and construct its solution in terms of the polynomial representation.

**Yasuhiko Yamada**(Kobe Univ.) 13:00-14:00CFT, Isomonodromy deformations and Nekrasov functions (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

This talk is an introduction to the relation between conformal filed

theories

and super symmetric gauge theories (Alday-Gaiotto-Tachikawa conjecture)

from the point of view of differential equations (in particular

isomonodromy

deformations).

This talk is an introduction to the relation between conformal filed

theories

and super symmetric gauge theories (Alday-Gaiotto-Tachikawa conjecture)

from the point of view of differential equations (in particular

isomonodromy

deformations).

**Katsuhisa Mimachi**(Tokyo Institute of Technology) 14:30-15:30Twisted de Rham theory---resonances and the non-resonance (JAPANESE)

### 2010/09/12

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

10:30-17:00 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

A factorization formula for Macdonald polynomials at roots of unity (JAPANESE)

W algebras and symmetric polynomials (JAPANESE)

Quantizing the difference Painlev¥'e VI equation (JAPANESE)

On a bijective proof of a factorization formula for Macdonald

polynomials at roots of unity (JAPANESE)

**Hideaki Morita**(Muroran Institute of Technology) 10:30-11:30A factorization formula for Macdonald polynomials at roots of unity (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

We consider a combinatorial property of Macdonald polynomials at roots

of unity.

If we made some plethystic substitution to the variables,

Macdonald polynomials are subjected to a certain decomposition rule

when a parameter is specialized at roots of unity.

We review the result and give an outline of the proof.

This talk is based on a joint work with F. Descouens.

We consider a combinatorial property of Macdonald polynomials at roots

of unity.

If we made some plethystic substitution to the variables,

Macdonald polynomials are subjected to a certain decomposition rule

when a parameter is specialized at roots of unity.

We review the result and give an outline of the proof.

This talk is based on a joint work with F. Descouens.

**Junichi Shiraishi**(Tokyo Univ.) 13:00-14:00W algebras and symmetric polynomials (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

It is well known that we have the factorization property of the Macdonald polynomials under the principal specialization $x=(1,t,t^2,t^3,¥cdots)$. We try to better understand this situation in terms of the Ding-Iohara algebra or the deformend $W$-algebra. Some conjectures are presented in the case of $N$-fold tensor representation of the Fock modules.

It is well known that we have the factorization property of the Macdonald polynomials under the principal specialization $x=(1,t,t^2,t^3,¥cdots)$. We try to better understand this situation in terms of the Ding-Iohara algebra or the deformend $W$-algebra. Some conjectures are presented in the case of $N$-fold tensor representation of the Fock modules.

**Koji Hasegawa**(Tohoku Univ.) 14:30-15:30Quantizing the difference Painlev¥'e VI equation (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

I will review two constructions for quantum (=non-commutative) version of

q-difference Painleve VI equation.

I will review two constructions for quantum (=non-commutative) version of

q-difference Painleve VI equation.

**Yasuhide Numata**(Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Tokyo Univ.) 16:00-17:00On a bijective proof of a factorization formula for Macdonald

polynomials at roots of unity (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

The subject of this talk is a factorization formula for the special

values of modied Macdonald polynomials at roots of unity.

We give a combinatorial proof of the formula, via a result by

Haglund--Haiman--Leohr, for some special classes of partitions,

including two column partitions.

(This talk is based on a joint work with F. Descouens and H. Morita.)

The subject of this talk is a factorization formula for the special

values of modied Macdonald polynomials at roots of unity.

We give a combinatorial proof of the formula, via a result by

Haglund--Haiman--Leohr, for some special classes of partitions,

including two column partitions.

(This talk is based on a joint work with F. Descouens and H. Morita.)

### 2010/09/11

#### Infinite Analysis Seminar Tokyo

13:00-17:00 Room #117 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Three-term recurrence relations for a $BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric function and their application (JAPANESE)

TBA (JAPANESE)

AGT conjecture and geometric engineering (JAPANESE)

**Masahiko Ito**(School of Science and Technology for Future Life, Tokyo Denki University) 13:00-14:00Three-term recurrence relations for a $BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric function and their application (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

$BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric series are a certain $q$-analogue

of an integral representation for the Gauss hypergeometric function.

They are defined as multiple $q$-series satisfying Weyl group symmetry of type $C_n$,

and they are a multi-sum generalization of the basic hypergeometric series

in a class of what is called (very-)well-poised. In my talk I will explain

an explicit expression for the $q$-difference system of rank $n+1$

satisfied by a $BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric series with 6+1 parameters

as first order simultaneous $q$-difference equations with a concrete basis.

For this purpose I introduce two types of symmetric Laurent polynomials

which I call the $BC$-type interpolation polynomials. The polynomials satisfy

three-term relations like a contiguous relation for the Gauss hypergeometric

function. As an application, I will show another proof for the product formula

of the $q$-integral introduced by Gustafson.

$BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric series are a certain $q$-analogue

of an integral representation for the Gauss hypergeometric function.

They are defined as multiple $q$-series satisfying Weyl group symmetry of type $C_n$,

and they are a multi-sum generalization of the basic hypergeometric series

in a class of what is called (very-)well-poised. In my talk I will explain

an explicit expression for the $q$-difference system of rank $n+1$

satisfied by a $BC_n$-type basic hypergeometric series with 6+1 parameters

as first order simultaneous $q$-difference equations with a concrete basis.

For this purpose I introduce two types of symmetric Laurent polynomials

which I call the $BC$-type interpolation polynomials. The polynomials satisfy

three-term relations like a contiguous relation for the Gauss hypergeometric

function. As an application, I will show another proof for the product formula

of the $q$-integral introduced by Gustafson.

**Masatoshi Noumi**(Kobe Univ.) 14:30-15:30TBA (JAPANESE)

**Masato Taki**(YITP Kyoto Univ.) 16:00-17:00AGT conjecture and geometric engineering (JAPANESE)

### 2010/09/09

#### Lectures

16:30-18:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Mini-course on Buildings (3/3) (ENGLISH)

**Bernhard Mühlherr**(Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)Mini-course on Buildings (3/3) (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

The third lecture will be then devoted to classification results,

mainly the classification of spherical buildings. However, I will try to say some words on the classification of affine buildings and twin buildings as well.

This is Part 3 of a 3-part lecture.

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

The third lecture will be then devoted to classification results,

mainly the classification of spherical buildings. However, I will try to say some words on the classification of affine buildings and twin buildings as well.

This is Part 3 of a 3-part lecture.

### 2010/09/06

#### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

16:40-18:10 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Non-reduced components of the Noether-Lefschetz locus (ENGLISH)

**Prof. Remke Kloosterman**(Humboldt University, Berlin)Non-reduced components of the Noether-Lefschetz locus (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

Let $M_d$ be the moduli space of complex smooth degree $d$ surfaces in $\\mathbb{P}3$. Let $NL_d \\subset M_d$ be the subset corresponding to surfaces with Picard number at least 2. It is known that $NL_r$ is Zariski-constructable, and each irreducible component of $NL_r$ has a natural scheme structure. In this talk we describe the largest non-reduced components of $NL_r$. This extends work of Maclean and Otwinowska.

This is joint work with my PhD student Ananyo Dan.

Let $M_d$ be the moduli space of complex smooth degree $d$ surfaces in $\\mathbb{P}3$. Let $NL_d \\subset M_d$ be the subset corresponding to surfaces with Picard number at least 2. It is known that $NL_r$ is Zariski-constructable, and each irreducible component of $NL_r$ has a natural scheme structure. In this talk we describe the largest non-reduced components of $NL_r$. This extends work of Maclean and Otwinowska.

This is joint work with my PhD student Ananyo Dan.

### 2010/09/04

#### Lectures

09:30-11:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Mini-course on Buildings (1/3) (ENGLISH)

**Bernhard Mühlherr**(Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)Mini-course on Buildings (1/3) (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

In my first lecture I will begin by introducing generalized polygons, namely rank two spherical buildings, and discussing several aspects of them which will be generalized later, and then move on to defining Coxeter complexes and giving the classical definition of buildings as simplicial complexes. I will try to include as many examples as possible.

This is Part 1 of a 3-part lecture. The second lecture will follow after a ten-minute break.

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

In my first lecture I will begin by introducing generalized polygons, namely rank two spherical buildings, and discussing several aspects of them which will be generalized later, and then move on to defining Coxeter complexes and giving the classical definition of buildings as simplicial complexes. I will try to include as many examples as possible.

This is Part 1 of a 3-part lecture. The second lecture will follow after a ten-minute break.

#### Lectures

11:10-12:40 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Mini-course on Buildings (2/3) (ENGLISH)

**Bernhard Mühlherr**(Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)Mini-course on Buildings (2/3) (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

In my second lecture I will start with chamber systems and coset

geometries, introducing some special properties of chamber systems in order to give another definition of a building. This definition is less standard but it will give some results on presentations of groups acting on buildings for free. In particular it will enable me to present a sketch of a proof of the Curtis-Tits theorem for Chevalley groups and to formulate Tits' extension theorem.

This is Part 2 of a 3-part lecture. Part 1 takes place ealier on the same day. Part 3 will take place on Thursday, September 9.

The goal of this course is to provide an overview on the theory of buildings which was developed by Jacques Tits.

In my second lecture I will start with chamber systems and coset

geometries, introducing some special properties of chamber systems in order to give another definition of a building. This definition is less standard but it will give some results on presentations of groups acting on buildings for free. In particular it will enable me to present a sketch of a proof of the Curtis-Tits theorem for Chevalley groups and to formulate Tits' extension theorem.

This is Part 2 of a 3-part lecture. Part 1 takes place ealier on the same day. Part 3 will take place on Thursday, September 9.

### 2010/09/03

#### Lectures

14:30-15:30 Room #370 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Carleman estimates and boundary problems. (JAPANESE)

**Luc Robbiano**(University of Versailles)Carleman estimates and boundary problems. (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

In this presentation, based on joint works with Jerome LeRousseau and Matthieu Leautaud, we consider boundary problems for elliptic/parabolic operators. We prove Carleman estimates in such cases. One of the interest for such an estimate is the implied controllability of (semi-linear) heat equations.

One of the main aspects of the proof is a microlocal decomposition separating high and low tangential frequencies.

If time permits, we will present how such an approach can be used to prove Carleman estimates in the case of non smooth coefficients at an interface, possibly with an additional diffusion process along the interface.

In this presentation, based on joint works with Jerome LeRousseau and Matthieu Leautaud, we consider boundary problems for elliptic/parabolic operators. We prove Carleman estimates in such cases. One of the interest for such an estimate is the implied controllability of (semi-linear) heat equations.

One of the main aspects of the proof is a microlocal decomposition separating high and low tangential frequencies.

If time permits, we will present how such an approach can be used to prove Carleman estimates in the case of non smooth coefficients at an interface, possibly with an additional diffusion process along the interface.

### 2010/09/01

#### Lie Groups and Representation Theory

16:30-18:00 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Groups of Kac-Moody type (ENGLISH)

**Bernhard M\"uhlherr**(Justus-Liebig-Universit\"at Giessen)Groups of Kac-Moody type (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

Groups of Kac-Moody type are natural generalizations of Kac-Moody groups over fields in the sense that they have an RGD-system. This is a system of subgroups indexed by the roots of a root system and satisfying certain commutation relations.

Roughly speaking, there is a one-to-one correspondence between groups of Kac-Moody type and Moufang twin buildings. This correspondence was used in the last decade to prove several group theoretic results on RGD-systems and in particular on Kac-

Moody groups over fields.

In my talk I will explain RGD-systems and how they provide twin

buildings in a natural way. I will then present some of the group theoretic applications mentioned above and describe how twin buildings are used as a main tool in their proof.

Groups of Kac-Moody type are natural generalizations of Kac-Moody groups over fields in the sense that they have an RGD-system. This is a system of subgroups indexed by the roots of a root system and satisfying certain commutation relations.

Roughly speaking, there is a one-to-one correspondence between groups of Kac-Moody type and Moufang twin buildings. This correspondence was used in the last decade to prove several group theoretic results on RGD-systems and in particular on Kac-

Moody groups over fields.

In my talk I will explain RGD-systems and how they provide twin

buildings in a natural way. I will then present some of the group theoretic applications mentioned above and describe how twin buildings are used as a main tool in their proof.

#### thesis presentations

16:30-17:45 Room #123 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On the moduli spaces of finite flat models of Galois representations (JAPANESE)

**Naoki IMAI**(Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences the University of Tokyo )On the moduli spaces of finite flat models of Galois representations (JAPANESE)

### 2010/08/06

#### Lectures

15:30-17:45 Room #370 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

A Spectral Method for Space--

Time Fractional Diffusion Equation (ENGLISH)

A multidimensional Borg-Levinson theorem (ENGLISH)

**Leevan Ling**(Hong Kong Baptist University) 15:30-16:30A Spectral Method for Space--

Time Fractional Diffusion Equation (ENGLISH)

**Mourad Choulli**(University of Metz) 16:45-17:45A multidimensional Borg-Levinson theorem (ENGLISH)

#### GCOE Seminars

15:00-16:30 Room #122 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Motion by mean curvature and Allen-Cahn equations (ENGLISH)

**Matthieu Alfaro**(University Montpellier 2)Motion by mean curvature and Allen-Cahn equations (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

After introducing the classical and the generalized motion by mean curvature, we give some connections with the singular limit of Allen-Cahn equations in both framework. New results and estimates shall be provided.

After introducing the classical and the generalized motion by mean curvature, we give some connections with the singular limit of Allen-Cahn equations in both framework. New results and estimates shall be provided.

### 2010/08/05

#### Lectures

16:30-17:30 Room #370 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Radiation Conditions for Wave in Stratified Medium and Related Inverse

Problems (ENGLISH)

**Yongzhi Steve Xu**(University of Louisville, USA)Radiation Conditions for Wave in Stratified Medium and Related Inverse

Problems (ENGLISH)

#### Lectures

16:30-17:30 Room #370 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Radiation Conditions for Wave in Stratified Medium and Related Inverse Problems (ENGLISH)

**Yongzhi Steve Xu**(University of Louisville, USA)Radiation Conditions for Wave in Stratified Medium and Related Inverse Problems (ENGLISH)

### 2010/07/30

#### GCOE Seminars

16:30-17:30 Room #370 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Global uniqueness in determining a coefficient by boundary data on small subboundaries (ENGLISH)

**Oleg Emanouilov**(Colorado State University)Global uniqueness in determining a coefficient by boundary data on small subboundaries (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

We consider the Dirichlet problem for the stationary two-dimensional Schroedinger equation. We discuss an inverse boundary value problem of determining the potential from a pair of all Dirichlet data supported in a subboundary S+ and all the corresponding Neumann data taken only on a subboundary S-. In the case where S+ = S- are the whole boundary, the data are the classical Dirichlet to Neumann map and there are many uniqueness results, while in the case where S+=S- is an arbitrary subboundary, Imanuvilov-Uhlmann-Yamamoto (2010) proves the uniqueness. In this talk, for the case where S+ and S- are not same, we prove the global uniqueness for this inverse problem under a condition only on the locations of S+, S-. We note that within the condition, S+ and S- can be arbitrarily small. The key of the proof is the construction of suitable complex geometrical optics solutions by a Carleman estimate with singular weight function.

We consider the Dirichlet problem for the stationary two-dimensional Schroedinger equation. We discuss an inverse boundary value problem of determining the potential from a pair of all Dirichlet data supported in a subboundary S+ and all the corresponding Neumann data taken only on a subboundary S-. In the case where S+ = S- are the whole boundary, the data are the classical Dirichlet to Neumann map and there are many uniqueness results, while in the case where S+=S- is an arbitrary subboundary, Imanuvilov-Uhlmann-Yamamoto (2010) proves the uniqueness. In this talk, for the case where S+ and S- are not same, we prove the global uniqueness for this inverse problem under a condition only on the locations of S+, S-. We note that within the condition, S+ and S- can be arbitrarily small. The key of the proof is the construction of suitable complex geometrical optics solutions by a Carleman estimate with singular weight function.

### 2010/07/29

#### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

14:30-16:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Homological Mirror Symmetry for 2-dimensional toric Fano stacks (JAPANESE)

**Masahiro Futaki**(The University of Tokyo)Homological Mirror Symmetry for 2-dimensional toric Fano stacks (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

Homological Mirror Symmetry (HMS for short) is a conjectural

duality between complex and symplectic geometry, originally proposed

for mirror pairs of Calabi-Yau manifolds and later extended to

Fano/Landau-Ginzburg mirrors (both due to Kontsevich, 1994 and 1998).

We explain how HMS is established in the case of 2-dimensional smooth

toric Fano stack X as an equivalence between the derived category of X

and the derived directed Fukaya category of its mirror Lefschetz

fibration W. This is related to Kontsevich-Soibelman's construction of

3d CY category from the quiver with potential.

We also obtain a local mirror extension following Seidel's suspension

theorem, that is, the local HMS for the canonical bundle K_X and the

double suspension W+uv. This talk is joint with Kazushi Ueda (Osaka

U.).

Homological Mirror Symmetry (HMS for short) is a conjectural

duality between complex and symplectic geometry, originally proposed

for mirror pairs of Calabi-Yau manifolds and later extended to

Fano/Landau-Ginzburg mirrors (both due to Kontsevich, 1994 and 1998).

We explain how HMS is established in the case of 2-dimensional smooth

toric Fano stack X as an equivalence between the derived category of X

and the derived directed Fukaya category of its mirror Lefschetz

fibration W. This is related to Kontsevich-Soibelman's construction of

3d CY category from the quiver with potential.

We also obtain a local mirror extension following Seidel's suspension

theorem, that is, the local HMS for the canonical bundle K_X and the

double suspension W+uv. This talk is joint with Kazushi Ueda (Osaka

U.).

### 2010/07/28

#### GCOE Seminars

16:30-18:00 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

定常移流拡散方程式に対するハイブリッド型不連続Galerkin法 (JAPANESE)

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**及川 一誠**(東京大学大学院数理科学研究科)定常移流拡散方程式に対するハイブリッド型不連続Galerkin法 (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

本講演では,ハイブリッド型不連続Galerkin(HDG)法による,定常移流拡散方程式の新しい数値計算スキームを紹介し,定式化や誤差評価,安定性等について述べる.新スキームの有効性を確認するために,数値計算例もいくつか示す.なお,講演前半は準備として,Poisson方程式に対するHDG法について解説する.

[ Reference URL ]本講演では,ハイブリッド型不連続Galerkin(HDG)法による,定常移流拡散方程式の新しい数値計算スキームを紹介し,定式化や誤差評価,安定性等について述べる.新スキームの有効性を確認するために,数値計算例もいくつか示す.なお,講演前半は準備として,Poisson方程式に対するHDG法について解説する.

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#### Numerical Analysis Seminar

16:30-18:00 Room #002 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Hybridized discontinuous Galerkin method for a convection-diffusion equation (JAPANESE)

[ Reference URL ]

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**Issei Oikawa**(University of Tokyo)Hybridized discontinuous Galerkin method for a convection-diffusion equation (JAPANESE)

[ Reference URL ]

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### 2010/07/27

#### Tuesday Seminar on Topology

16:30-18:00 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Quandle homology and complex volume

(Joint work with Yuichi Kabaya) (JAPANESE)

**Ayumu Inoue**(Tokyo Institute of Technology)Quandle homology and complex volume

(Joint work with Yuichi Kabaya) (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

For a hyperbolic 3-manifold M, the complex value (Vol(M) + i CS(M)) is called the complex volume of M. Here, Vol(M) denotes the volume of M, and CS(M) the Chern-Simons invariant of M.

In 2004, Neumann defined the extended Bloch group, and showed that there is an element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to a hyperbolic 3-manifold.

He further showed that we can compute the complex volume of the manifold by evaluating the element of the extended Bloch group.

To obtain an element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to a hyperbolic 3-manifold, we have to find an ideal triangulation of the manifold and to solve several equations.

On the other hand, we show that the element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to the exterior of a hyperbolic link is obtained from a quandle shadow coloring.

It means that we can compute the complex volume combinatorially from a link diagram.

For a hyperbolic 3-manifold M, the complex value (Vol(M) + i CS(M)) is called the complex volume of M. Here, Vol(M) denotes the volume of M, and CS(M) the Chern-Simons invariant of M.

In 2004, Neumann defined the extended Bloch group, and showed that there is an element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to a hyperbolic 3-manifold.

He further showed that we can compute the complex volume of the manifold by evaluating the element of the extended Bloch group.

To obtain an element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to a hyperbolic 3-manifold, we have to find an ideal triangulation of the manifold and to solve several equations.

On the other hand, we show that the element of the extended Bloch group corresponding to the exterior of a hyperbolic link is obtained from a quandle shadow coloring.

It means that we can compute the complex volume combinatorially from a link diagram.

#### thesis presentations

16:00-17:15 Room #123 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

On some algebraic properties of CM-types of CM-fields and their reflexes (JAPANESE)

**Ryoko TOMIYASU**(graduate school of Mathematical Sciences)On some algebraic properties of CM-types of CM-fields and their reflexes (JAPANESE)

### 2010/07/22

#### Operator Algebra Seminars

16:30-18:00 Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

$W^*$ Rigidity for actions of wreath product groups (ENGLISH)

**Owen Sizemore**(UCLA)$W^*$ Rigidity for actions of wreath product groups (ENGLISH)

[ Abstract ]

The past 8 years have seen much progress in the classification of

actions of groups on measure spaces. Much of this is due to new powerful

techniques in operator algebras. We will survey some of these results

as well as the new operator algebra techniques. We will then give new

results concerning the classification of actions of wreath product groups.

The past 8 years have seen much progress in the classification of

actions of groups on measure spaces. Much of this is due to new powerful

techniques in operator algebras. We will survey some of these results

as well as the new operator algebra techniques. We will then give new

results concerning the classification of actions of wreath product groups.

### 2010/07/20

#### Tuesday Seminar on Topology

17:00-18:00 Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

A polynomial invariant of pseudo-Anosov maps (JAPANESE)

**Keiko Kawamuro**(University of Iowa)A polynomial invariant of pseudo-Anosov maps (JAPANESE)

[ Abstract ]

Thurston-Nielsen classified surface homomorphism into three classes. Among them, the pseudo-Anosov class is the most interesting since there is strong connection to the hyperbolic manifolds. As an invariant, the dilatation number has been known. In this talk, I will introduce a new invariant of pseudo-Anosov maps. It is an integer coefficient polynomial, which contains the dilatation as the largest real root and is often reducible. I will show properties of the polynomials, examples, and some application to knot theory. (This is a joint work with Joan Birman and Peter Brinkmann.)

Thurston-Nielsen classified surface homomorphism into three classes. Among them, the pseudo-Anosov class is the most interesting since there is strong connection to the hyperbolic manifolds. As an invariant, the dilatation number has been known. In this talk, I will introduce a new invariant of pseudo-Anosov maps. It is an integer coefficient polynomial, which contains the dilatation as the largest real root and is often reducible. I will show properties of the polynomials, examples, and some application to knot theory. (This is a joint work with Joan Birman and Peter Brinkmann.)

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