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What can global Kuranishi charts do for you?

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A recent technological breakthrough in the world of Floer theory is the construction of global Kuranishi charts by Abouzaid-McLean-Smith, Hirschi-Swaminathan and Bai-Xu for the various moduli spaces appearing in different flavors of Floer theory. A global Kuranishi chart represents a (derived) orbifold as a global quotient. Recent work of Pardon established that (almost) all (derived) orbifolds admit this kind of presentation. This talk will outline the definition of global Kuranishi charts, why they are so useful and give a brief sketch of the philosophy behind their construction.

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