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H-projective geometry: an overview

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  • UserDavid Calderbank (University of Bath)
  • ClockTuesday 10 April 2012, 10:00-11:00
  • HouseMR2.

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H-projective geometry is a complex analogue of projective geometry in which the projective connection is not assumed holomorphic. It interacts with Kahler geometry in numerous ways, which have been studied by different authors, often independently and with different motivations.

The aim of this talk is to introduce the topic and draw some of these threads together, including hamiltonian 2-forms, Tanno equations, H-projective equivalence, holonomy of Cartan connections, almost Kahler geometry of 4-manifolds, and quaternionic geometry of (co)tangent bundles.

This talk is part of the Workshop on Kahler Geometry series.

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