The subject of holomorphic isometry started with the seminal works of Bochner and Calabi around 1950. More recently, interest in this subject has arisen from some problems in Arithmetic Geometry. We will look at these kinds of motivations and some recent results obtained along this direction.
John Erik Fornæss, University of Michigan Emeritus, Exposing Points. Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013.
In complex analysis, the natural domains to study are the pseudoconvex ones. However, the easiest ones to do analysis on are the convex domains. So many results are obtained by looking for convexity. In this talk we will discuss exposing points on boundaries of pseudoconvex domains. This means convexifying the domains. This is recent joint work with Klas Diederich and Erlend F. Wold.
A cold day in Fort Wayne!