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Ph.D. Masoumeh Zarei

Researcher


Universität Augsburg

E-mail: Masoumeh.Zarei(at)math.uni-augsburg.de
Telephone: +49 821 598 - 5892
Homepage: https://www.uni-augsburg.de/de/fakultaet…

Project

15Spaces and Moduli Spaces of Riemannian Metrics with Curvature Bounds on compact and non-compact Manifolds

Publications within SPP2026

We give a characterization of those Alexandrov spaces admitting a cohomogeneity one action of a compact connected Lie group G for which the action is Cohen--Macaulay. This generalizes a similar result for manifolds to the singular setting of Alexandrov spaces where, in contrast to the manifold case, we find several actions which are not Cohen--Macaulay. In fact, we present results in a slightly more general context. We extend the methods in this field by a conceptual approach on equivariant cohomology via rational homotopy theory using an explicit rational model for a double mapping cylinder.

Related project(s):
15Spaces and Moduli Spaces of Riemannian Metrics with Curvature Bounds on compact and non-compact Manifolds


Alexandrov spaces are complete length spaces with a lower curvature bound in the triangle comparison sense. When they are equipped with an effective isometric action of a compact Lie group with one-dimensional orbit space they are said to be of cohomogeneity one. Well-known examples include cohomogeneity-one Riemannian manifolds with a uniform lower sectional curvature bound; such spaces are of interest in the context of non-negative and positive  sectional curvature.  In the present article we classify closed, simply-connected  cohomogeneity-one Alexandrov spaces in dimensions $5$, $6$ and  $7$. This yields, in combination with previous results for manifolds and Alexandrov spaces, a complete classification of  closed, simply-connected  cohomogeneity-one Alexandrov spaces in dimensions at most $7$.

 

Related project(s):
11Topological and equivariant rigidity in the presence of lower curvature bounds

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