
Geometry, Topology, and Physics Seminar, Fall 2012
Part of the NSF/UCSB ‘Research Training Group’ in Topology and Geometry
Organizer:
Dave Morrison.
Meets 4:00  5:30 p.m. on selected Fridays in South Hall 6635.
Other Quarters: [
Fall, 2020;
Spring, 2020;
Winter, 2020;
Fall, 2019;
Spring, 2018;
Winter, 2018;
Fall, 2017;
Spring, 2017;
Wnter, 2017;
Fall, 2016;
Spring, 2016;
Winter, 2016;
Fall, 2015;
Spring, 2015;
Winter, 2014;
Fall, 2013;
Fall, 2012;
Fall, 2011;
Winter, 2011;
Spring, 2010;
Winter, 2010;
Fall, 2009;
Spring, 2009;
Winter, 2009;
Fall, 2008;
Spring, 2008;
Winter, 2008;
Fall, 2007;
Spring, 2007;
Winter, 2007;
Fall, 2006
]
Nov. 2 
Dave Morrison (UCSB)
Abstract:
Ftheory in a construction in string theory which is based on the
mathematics of elliptic fibrations. In a series of lectures this
fall, I will introduce both elliptic fibrations and the Ftheory
construction to a mixed audience of beginners and experts, mathematicians
and physicists. The starting point will be the theory of elliptic
curves, which will be explained in a manner accessible to a broad audience.
Audio [ mp3,
wma ];
Lecture notes.

Nov. 30 
Dave Morrison (UCSB)
Abstract:
A continuation of lectures on elliptic curves, elliptic fibrations,
and Ftheory in mathematics and physics.
No audio (sorry!);
Lecture notes.

Dec. 7 
Dave Morrison (UCSB)
Abstract:
A continuation of lectures on elliptic curves, elliptic fibrations,
and Ftheory in mathematics and physics.
Audio [ mp3,
wma ];
Lecture notes.


