Last week, I went to Shin-Osaka, in order to deliver an oral presentation at the JMS (Japan Mathematical Society). The presentation hall was at a building of Science Department of Osaka University. To reach this campus, I had to transfer at Senri-Chuo, from subway to mono-rail.

As my current specialization is on the algebro-geometry ("algebroid-analysis"), the generalization of Atiyah-Bott fixed point theorem is a long-standing problem to be stated algebraically.

I presented my understanding of the superstring theory within this decade, which is somewhat involved with a series of axioms of quantum field theories. Thus I digested my original preprint into a "causality problem" (physicists' localization theorem of $D$-modules). On the contrary, I did not explain the Wightman axiom or Osterwalder-Schrader axioms. It was because I was more on algebraic analysis of holonomic $D$-modules of hyperfunctions of several variables.

OK. Let me summarize. My presentation is available at

Chiral categories at non-critical levels and generalized localization

Like this, I somehow focused on the contradictory problem between quantum conformal field theories and general relativity. I tried to eliminate such contradiction by utilizing space-time supersymmetry (special holonomy), and proposed a compact complex surface, with both positive Ricci scalar curvature and cancellation of gerbe cohomology coming from one part of the gravitational anomalies.

## Wednesday, September 30, 2009

### Mobile Phone Posting

Two weeks ago, I prepared my presentation by a 1.5 hour seminar at my home campus. That day was my birthday so that I have become matured.

## Thursday, September 17, 2009

### Quantization and Hodge structures

Today was the final day of the celebration of 60th birthday of T.Oda, in Komaba campus, on automorphic forms of several variables. Then I took a short trip (1 hour and a half) to the Kashiwa campus of the University of Tokyo. The milestone above is a monument near the entrance of this campus.

We are going to have a seminar on quantization and semi-infinite Hodge theory.

Note also that tomorrow (September 18th) is my 30th birthday, and I will welcome this occasion by a preparation seminar for the JMS (Japan Mathematical Society) workshop at Osaka University.

We are going to have a seminar on quantization and semi-infinite Hodge theory.

Note also that tomorrow (September 18th) is my 30th birthday, and I will welcome this occasion by a preparation seminar for the JMS (Japan Mathematical Society) workshop at Osaka University.

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