Event № 667
Lagrangian Floer cohomology is notoriously hard to compute, and is typically only possible in special cases. I describe some recent results on how one can compute Lagrangian Floer cohomology when $L$ is a product in a non-trivial symplectic fiber bundle. I will then discuss inroads for the case of a non-trivially fibered $L$. For the beginning of the talk, I will assume very little background knowledge of symplectic geometry.