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Book DetailsProceedings of Symposia in Pure MathematicsVolume: 96; 2017; 297 ppMSC: Primary 14; 51; 53; 81
This volume contains the proceedings of the conference StringMath 2015, which was held from December 31, 2015–January 4, 2016, at Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum in Sanya, China. Two of the main themes of this volume are frontier research on CalabiYau manifolds and mirror symmetry and the development of nonperturbative methods in supersymmetric gauge theories. The articles present stateoftheart developments in these topics.
String theory is a broad subject, which has profound connections with broad branches of modern mathematics. In the last decades, the prosperous interaction built upon the joint efforts from both mathematicians and physicists has given rise to marvelous deep results in supersymmetric gauge theory, topological string, Mtheory and duality on the physics side, as well as in algebraic geometry, differential geometry, algebraic topology, representation theory and number theory on the mathematics side.
This book is copublished with International Press of Boston.
ReadershipAdvanced graduate students, postdocs, and post Ph.D. mathematicians and mathematical physicists interested in string theory.

Table of Contents

Articles

Katrin Becker and Melanie Becker — Superstring compactifications to all orders in $\alpha ’$

Francesco Benini and Alberto Zaffaroni — Supersymmetric partition functions on Riemann surfaces

HuaiLiang Chang, Jun Li, WeiPing Li and ChiuChu Melissa Liu — On the mathematics and physics of Mixed Spin Pfields

CheolHyun Cho — Homological mirror functors via MaurerCartan formalism

Charles F. Doran, Andrew Harder and Alan Thompson — Mirror symmetry, Tyurin degenerations and fibrations on CalabiYau manifolds

Muxin Han — SL(2,$\mathbb {C}$) ChernSimons theory and fourdimensional quantum geometry

YuanPin Lee, HuiWen Lin and ChinLung Wang — Quantum cohomology under birational maps and transitions

Gregory W. Moore, Andrew B. Royston and Dieter Van den Bleeken — $L^2$kernels of Diractype operators on monopole moduli spaces

Nikita Nekrasov — $\mathfrak {BPS/CFT}$ correspondence: Instantons at crossroads and gauge origami

Xiaowei Wang and Yuguang Zhang — Balanced embedding of degenerating Abelian varieties

Noriko Yui — The modularity/automorphy of Calabi–Yau varieties of CM type


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This volume contains the proceedings of the conference StringMath 2015, which was held from December 31, 2015–January 4, 2016, at Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum in Sanya, China. Two of the main themes of this volume are frontier research on CalabiYau manifolds and mirror symmetry and the development of nonperturbative methods in supersymmetric gauge theories. The articles present stateoftheart developments in these topics.
String theory is a broad subject, which has profound connections with broad branches of modern mathematics. In the last decades, the prosperous interaction built upon the joint efforts from both mathematicians and physicists has given rise to marvelous deep results in supersymmetric gauge theory, topological string, Mtheory and duality on the physics side, as well as in algebraic geometry, differential geometry, algebraic topology, representation theory and number theory on the mathematics side.
This book is copublished with International Press of Boston.
Advanced graduate students, postdocs, and post Ph.D. mathematicians and mathematical physicists interested in string theory.

Articles

Katrin Becker and Melanie Becker — Superstring compactifications to all orders in $\alpha ’$

Francesco Benini and Alberto Zaffaroni — Supersymmetric partition functions on Riemann surfaces

HuaiLiang Chang, Jun Li, WeiPing Li and ChiuChu Melissa Liu — On the mathematics and physics of Mixed Spin Pfields

CheolHyun Cho — Homological mirror functors via MaurerCartan formalism

Charles F. Doran, Andrew Harder and Alan Thompson — Mirror symmetry, Tyurin degenerations and fibrations on CalabiYau manifolds

Muxin Han — SL(2,$\mathbb {C}$) ChernSimons theory and fourdimensional quantum geometry

YuanPin Lee, HuiWen Lin and ChinLung Wang — Quantum cohomology under birational maps and transitions

Gregory W. Moore, Andrew B. Royston and Dieter Van den Bleeken — $L^2$kernels of Diractype operators on monopole moduli spaces

Nikita Nekrasov — $\mathfrak {BPS/CFT}$ correspondence: Instantons at crossroads and gauge origami

Xiaowei Wang and Yuguang Zhang — Balanced embedding of degenerating Abelian varieties

Noriko Yui — The modularity/automorphy of Calabi–Yau varieties of CM type