# Kähler metric of constant scalar curvature with positive bisectional curvature is Kähler-Einstein

Suppose $$\omega$$ is a Kähler metric of constant scalar curvature with positive bisectional curvature, how to prove $$\omega$$ is Kähler-Einstein?

I was told that we can use the following method:

Step 1: Use Bochner tecnique to prove $$\dim H^2=1$$

Step 2: Constant scalar curvature $$\implies$$ Ricci curvature is coclosed.

Step 3: Using Hodge theorem to derive the result.

Related reference:

On the Second Cohomology Group of a Kaehler Manifold of Positive Curvature

How can we prove this in detail? Or where can I find further reference for this?

Update:

I heard this is a famous result from Hongxi Wu and his partner, and it can be proved using Weitzenbock method.

It follows from Siu-Yau's proof of the Frankel conjecture that your manifold $$X$$ is biholomorphic to projective space (see also Mori's work) . In particular, $$\dim H^2(X,\mathbb{R})=1$$, and so $$c[\omega] = \mathcal{O}(1)$$ for some $$c \in \mathbb{R}_{>0}$$. A Kähler metric of constant scalar curvature satisfying these cohomological conditions must be Kähler-Einstein, by the steps (2) and (3) you suggest [p60, 2]. In particular, $$\omega$$ must be the Fubini-Study metric by uniqueness of Kähler-Einstein metrics .
The difficult part here is really Siu-Yau. I am not sure if there is an easier way to obtain your desired conclusion. The Siu-Yau result is only used to get $$\dim H^2(X,\mathbb{R})=1$$, once you have this the result follows fairly directly.