Event № 109
The geometry of complex hyperbolic space has been well studied from several viewpoint and using tools from several branches of mathematics. For its quaternionic counterpart on the other hand, much less is known.
In an upcoming series of seminars, we will study complex and quaternionic hyperbolic spaces from several perspectives and see which tools from the complex setting generalize to the quaternionic.
In this talk I will give you a glance of what is to come in the series and present some recent results, joint with T. Hartnick, about a potential for the invariant four form of quaternionic hyperbolic space.