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I recently finished my PhD at UPenn under the supervision of Jonathan Block. I will be starting a post-doc at UT Austin in the Fall.
Nov 27 |
answered | Moment map coordinates in tours action |
Nov 17 |
awarded | Citizen Patrol |
Nov 7 |
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When are the Dolbeault and de Rham dgas homotopy equivalent?
Thanks, Matthias! |
Nov 7 |
accepted | When are the Dolbeault and de Rham dgas homotopy equivalent? |
Nov 5 |
asked | When are the Dolbeault and de Rham dgas homotopy equivalent? |
Sep 24 |
awarded | Autobiographer |
Jul 26 |
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Complex structures on Riemann surfaces
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Jul 25 |
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Complex structures on Riemann surfaces
Thanks @JasonStarr, I've fixed it. |
Jul 25 |
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Complex structures on Riemann surfaces
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Jul 25 |
asked | Complex structures on Riemann surfaces |
Jul 24 |
answered | A Lie algebra identity |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 27 |
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Integrating representations of Lie algebroids
Thanks for the nice answer! |
Jun 27 |
accepted | Integrating representations of Lie algebroids |
Jun 26 |
asked | Integrating representations of Lie algebroids |
May 12 |
awarded | Favorite Question |
Apr 21 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Apr 21 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Apr 20 |
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If there exists a nontrivial vector field $V$ such that $\nabla_{X}V=0$ for any vector field $X$, the manifold must be flat?
I should say that above $n = \dim M$. |
Apr 20 |
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If there exists a nontrivial vector field $V$ such that $\nabla_{X}V=0$ for any vector field $X$, the manifold must be flat?
Say $V_1,\ldots,V_n$ is a collection of linearly independent (everywhere on $U$) vector fields that are parallel, i.e. $\nabla_X V_j = 0$ for all vector fields $X$. For any vector fields $X,Y$, $R(X,Y)$ is an endomorphism of the tangent bundle, where $R$ is the Riemann curvature tensor. Since it is an endomorphism (as opposed to a differential operator), to show it is zero it suffices to show it vanishes on a frame of the tangent bundle. But $R(X,Y) V_i = \nabla_X \nabla_Y V_i -\nabla_Y\nabla_X V_i - \nabla_{[X,Y]} V_i = 0$ for all $i$. |