Shaoyun Bai
Photo by Fanying Chen
I am a postdoctoral member of the MSRI program "Floer Homotopy Theory" in Fall 2022. I recently received my Ph.D. from Princeton University under the supervision of John Pardon. My research focuses on symplectic topology, though my research projects are related to or inspired by nearby fields, including low-dimensional topology, algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology. Here is my CV.
Email: shaoyunb [at] msri [dot] org
Papers
- (Joint with Guangbo Xu) Arnold conjecture over integers, arXiv:2209.08599.
- (Joint with Guangbo Xu) An integral Euler cycle in normally complex orbifolds and Z-valued Gromov-Witten type invariants, arXiv:2201.02688.
- (Joint with Laurent Côté) On the Rouquier dimension of wrapped Fukaya categories and a conjecture of Orlov, arXiv:2110.10663.
- (Joint with Mohan Swaminathan) Bifurcations of embedded curves and towards an extension of Taubes' Gromov invariant to Calabi-Yau 3-folds, arXiv:2106.01206.
- A symplectic formula for generalized Casson invariants, arXiv:2102.03665.
- (Joint with Boyu Zhang) Equivariant Cerf theory and perturbative SU(n) Casson invariants, arXiv:2009.01118.
Slides and Videos from Previous Talks
- Floer Homotopy Theory Program Formal Seminar, MSRI, September 2022, video.
- Real and Complex Geometry Seminar, Tel Aviv, April 2022, slides.
- Symplectic Geometry Seminar, Stanford University, November 2021, slides.
- Western Hemisphere Virtual Symplectic Seminar, September 2021, slides, video.
- Kansas Geometry Seminar, September 2021, slides.
- Sympletic Zoominar (CRM-Montréal, Princeton/IAS, Tel Aviv and Paris), March 2021, slides, video.
- Topology Seminar, Stanford University, November 2020, slides.
Teaching
I taught the precept session of MAT 201 (Multivariable Calculus) in Fall 2021.
I taught the precept session of MAT 103 (Calculus I) in Fall 2020.