## Quantum footprints of symplectic rigidity

We discuss interactions between quantum mechanics and symplectic topology including a link between symplectic displacement energy, a fundamental notion of symplectic dynamics, and the quantum speed limit, a universal constraint on the speed of quantum-mechanical processes. Joint work with Laurent Charles.

## Zimmer's conjecture for co-compact lattices in simple complex Lie groups

## Intrinsic Diophantine approximation on S^3

## Contact hypersurfaces and mirror symmetry

## Getting information from Higher Dimensional Moduli Spaces in Floer theory

## Floor Marshall Training

## Proofs from Algorithms, Algorithms from Proofs

## Tensor rank

## Prescribing scalar curvature in high dimension

We consider the classical problem of prescribing the scalar curvature of a manifold via conformal deformation of the metric, dating back to works by Kazdan and Warner. This problem is mainly understood in low dimensions, where blow-ups of solutions are proven to be "isolated simple". We find natural conditions to guarantee this also in arbitrary dimensions, when the prescribed curvatures are Morse functions. As a consequence, we improve some pinching conditions in the literature and derive existence

results of new type. This is joint work with M. Mayer.