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PhD student in Theoretical Physics.

My research is on the topics of moduli spaces of supersymmetric gauge theories and their relation to moduli problems in algebraic geometry as well as string theory. I am always very happy to discuss anything that has to do with quantum field theory, string theory, supergravity, superymmetry, algebraic geometry, algebra etc.

I also am a part-time student in Pure Mathematics with interest in algebraic topology and algebraic geometry.

Currently I am interested in invariants of moduli spaces, e.g. Donaldson, Seiberg-Witten, Gromov-Witten, Gopakumar-Vafa and BPS invariants.

 

 

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Score: 3,175 points (ranked #10)      (breakdown)
Questions: 20
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Comments: 121
Voted on: 44 questions, 46 answers
Gave out: 79 up votes, 11 down votes
Received: 269 up votes, 1 down vote

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Hi conformal_gk,

it is now here

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/38510/bps-spectra-and-3-manifold-invariants

It would be great if you could write a review for it :-)!

Do you see the button "submit paper" at the same height as the Logo on the right side? If you click it you can choose to submit a paper from the ArXiv or from another source

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/submit-paper

For ArXiv papers you just have to type in the URL of the Abstract page, for papers from elsewhere you have to fill in the details by hand...

Best wishes

Dilaton
Feb 16 by Dilaton
Hi conformal_gk,

I hope that you do not mind that I promoted your nice comment to an answer

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/37345/references-for-differential-geometry?show=37381#a37381

If you really prefer it to be a comment, you can just tell me ...
Best wishes
Oct 11, 2016 by Dilaton
Hi conformal_gk,

did you obtain my private message about the results of our investigations?
Apr 22, 2015 by Dilaton
Hi conformal_gk,

ok dont worry, we will look into it.
Apr 13, 2015 by Dilaton
Hi conformal_gk,

good that you have seen that you can recategorize (also retag, edit) questions of other people yourself :-)

I agree that the question deserves to be in theoretical physics, as you have given a very nice direct answer ;-)

Cheers
Mar 10, 2015 by Dilaton
My deletevote?

But if you think that answer should be deleted too, then you should upvote my deletevote ... ;-)
Jan 7, 2015 by Dilaton
Hi conformal_gk,

I just saw your flag (thanks!) so maybe you are interested in upvoting my delete-vote (and casting an additional delete vote) here too ...?

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/4534/requests-for-delete-votes-delete-review-queue?show=25857#a25857
Jan 7, 2015 by Dilaton
Yes, I like your answer to my question :-)

And I have also alerted Moshe by wallpost (the darn overzealous firewalls and security measures of our system administrators at work prevent the PO private message system from working for me) about your answer here

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/392/holographic-renormalization-in-non-ads-non-cft?show=25738#a25738

He has regained his account and I hope he is still interested in the issue and will come here :-)
Jan 5, 2015 by Dilaton
To change the position of the banner, you can just cut and paste it to where you would like it to be. It seems Google sites doesn't have the control buttons for cut-and-paste, but you can always just use the standard keyboard shortcuts (ctrl+x and ctrl+v).

The easiest way to resize the banner is to click on it in edit mode and choose from the default sizes provided - S, M, L, 100%, and Original.

The disadvantage of this method is of course, that you can't resize it to whichever size you'd like (only to any of the sizes chosen by the software).

The only way to do this, as far as I know, is to choose the HTML editor by clicking the <HTML> button, navigating to the code for the banner, and changing "239px" and "220px" to which ever values you want.
Jan 5, 2015 by dimension10
Hi conformal_gk,

To add the banner to your google site, you can click the "<HTML>" button on the edit page (it's at the right-most part of the edit controls) and paste the following code in the dialog that appears:

<p><a href="http://physicsoverflow.org" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/TG2kD.png"; style="height:239px;width:220px"></a></p>

If you already have content on the page, just navigate to the place in the existing code where you want to place the banner, and paste it there.

Thanks for your interest in promoting PhysicsOverflow!
Jan 5, 2015 by dimension10




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