Event № 509
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Let M be a compact complex manifold. Consider the action of the diffeomorphism group Diff(M) on the (infinite-dimensional) space Comp(M) of complex structures. A complex structure is called ergodic if its Diff(M)-orbit is dense in the connected component of Comp(M). I will show that on a hyperkaehler manifold or a compact torus, a generic complex structure is ergodic. If time permits, I would explain geometric applications of these results to hyperbolicity. I would try to make the talk accessible to non-specialists.