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With our “String Geometry Network” we have another meeting in October at the Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn.
In each such meeting we have, besides research talks and discussion sessions, a kind of “reading course”, something to get us all on the same page of some topic.
This time the idea is to talk about higher supergeometry and “super-string geometry”, if you wish. I am preparing some notes to go with this, and naturally I got inclined to prepare them on the nLab. They will be developing here in the entry
Currently there is just an introduction and then a session outline with just a few linked keywords. I’ll be developing this as days go by. Depending on which reactions I get, there might be drastic revisions, or just incremental extension. We’ll see.
have expanded a good bit. There is now a “Summary” section for each main chapter at Super Gerbes. (Also sprinkled in are the first bits of genuine content, but that is yet to come.)
Ulrich Pennig kindly added his talk notes from our “String Network” workshop in Bonn last week, to Super Gerbes – Spin group and Spin representations
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