**Speakers**

Simon Jubert

**Practical informations**

Location:

Institut Montpelliérain Alexander Grothendieck

Place Eugène Bataillon

Université de Montpellier

Place Eugène Bataillon

34095 Montpellier Cedex 5

(directions)

Dates:

2-3 June 2022

**Organisation**

Local organizer:

Scientific committee:

Thibaut Delcroix

Eleonora Di Nezza

Eveline Legendre

Carl Tipler

Tat Dat Tô

**Sponsors**

Abstract: For an equivariant log pair \((X, D)\) where \(X\) is a smooth toric variety and \(D\) a simple normal crossing divisor, we will study the slope-stability of the logarithmic tangent sheaf \(T_X(- \log D)\). We will give a necessary condition on \(D\) which ensures the existence of polarizations \(L\) on \(X\) such that \(T_X(- \log D)\) is (semi)-stable with respect to \(L\).

Abstract: We develope a parabolic pluripotential theory on compact Hermitian manifolds, providing a parabolic analogue of the fundamental work of Bedford-Taylor. We study weak solutions of degenerate parabolic complex Monge-Ampère equations and apply it to the study of the Chern-Ricci flow on varieties with log terminal singularities.

Abstract: Proper holomorphic submersions of Kähler manifolds can be thought of as both a generalisation of holomorphic vector bundles and as a way of studying the behaviour of Kähler manifolds in families. We will consider fibrations whose fibres are K-semistable varieties that admit a degeneration to Kähler manifolds with constant scalar curvature, in a way compatible with the fibration structure. On such fibrations, we will describe a condition, called optimal symplectic connection condition, which gives a canonical choice of a relatively Kähler metric and a generalisation of the Hermite-Einstein condition on vector bundles.

Abstract: Semisimple principal fibrations are a certain class of holomorphic fibrations \(Y\) over a product of constant scalar curvature Kähler manifold with fiber a compact Kähler manifold \(X\). One of the main assets of these fibrations is that they come equipped with a connection which allows defining, from any Kähler metrics on \(X\), a Kähler metric on \(Y\), called compatible metric. A Kähler class containing a compatible metric is said to be compatible. In this talk, after giving details of the notions above, I will explain how to translate the Calabi problem on a compatible Kähler class on \(Y\), to a weighted cscK problem (in the sense of Lahdili) on the corresponding fiber \(X\). This is a joint work with V. Apostolov and A. Lahdili.

Abstract: We consider a system of partial differential equations on a compact Kähler manifold, whose variables are a Kähler form and a first-order deformation of the complex structure. If the deformation vanishes, the system reduces to the constant scalar curvature condition for the Kähler metric. Starting from a moment map interpretation for this system, we will describe a generalization of \(K\)-stability that is conjectured to characterize the existence of solutions.

Abstract: Vaisman manifolds are complex manifolds which can be endowed with a special type of a Hermitian structure, namely a locally conformally Kähler metric with parallel Lee form. The geometry of Vaisman manifolds is closely related to Kählerian geometry, as these manifolds come endowed with a natural transversally Kähler foliation. However, Vaisman manifolds do not satisfy the dd^c-lemma, therefore it is interesting to study their Bott-Chern cohomology, which is then a refined invariant. In this talk, I will explain how one can express this cohomology in terms of the basic cohomology with respect to the foliation, and in particular show that the numerical obstructions to the dd^c-lemma can be arbitrarily high. This is based on joint work with Alexandra Otiman.

Name | Institution |
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Hugues Auvray | Université Paris Saclay |

Quang-Tuan Dang | Université Paul Sabatier |

Thibaut Delcroix | Université de Montpellier |

Eleonora Di Nezza | Ecole Polytechnique |

Emmanuel Gnandi | Université Paul Sabatier |

Nicolina Istrati | Philipps-Universität Marburg |

Simon Jubert | Université Paul Sabatier |

Eveline Legendre | Université Paul Sabatier |

Achim Napame | Université de Bretagne Occidentale |

Tran Trung Nghiem | Université de Montpellier |

Annamaria Ortu | SISSA |

Carlo Scarpa | SISSA |

Carl Tipler | Université de Bretagne Occidentale |

Tat Dat Tô | Sorbonne Université |