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I will discuss the comparison of shifted Poisson and symplectic geometry and applications to the shifted quantization of moduli spaces.
Let (X,w) be a -1-shifted symplectic derived scheme or stack over C in the sense of Pantev-Toen-Vaquie-Vezzosi with an "orientation" (square root of det L_X). We explain how to construct a perverse sheaf P on the classical truncation X=t_0(X), over a base ring A. The hypercohomology H*(P) is regarded as a categorification of X.
Now suppose i : L --> X is a Lagrangian in (X,w) in the sense of PTVV, with a "relative orientation". We outline a programme (work in progress) to construct a natural morphism
\mu : A_L[vdim L] --> i^!(P)
After the pioneering work of J. Lurie in [DAG-IX], the possibility of a derived version of analytic geometry drew the attention of several mathematicians. The goal of this talk is to provide an overview of the state of art of derived analytic geometry, addressing both the complex and the non-archimedean setting.
A crucial ingredient in the theory of shifted Poisson structures on general derived Artin stacks is the method of formal localization.
Formal localization is interesting in its own right as a new, very power ful tool that will prove useful in order to globalize tricky constructions and results, whose extension from the local case presents obstructions that only vanish formally locally.
Recent theoretical and experimental efforts have been focused on the identification of excitations in quantum spin ice. Due to their relation to the magnetic monopoles of classical spin ice, their quantum counterparts, called spinons, are a highly sought-after manifestation of fractionalization in frustrated quantum magnets like Yb2Ti2O7. Of particular current interest is the quantum dynamics of spinons, namely, their modes of propagation and interaction with the strongly correlated spin background.
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