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A quick introduction to Lie groupoids and their applications, I

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Seth Wolbert, SLU

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  • Geometry/ Topology Seminar
When Tue, Apr 10, 2018
from 03:10 PM to 04:00 PM
Where 216 Ritter Hall
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Lie groupoids are a category theoretic extension of the concept of a Lie group and have been the subject of increased interest for differential geometers in (relatively) recent years.

After discussing their definition and providing a number of key examples, I plan to describe some applications of Lie groupoids, including their use as models for singular spaces (and resulting relation to smooth stacks) and their relationship with symplectic and Poisson geometry.

I will assume those in the audience have no more than a basic understanding of category theory and the theory of Lie groups.

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