05/02/2020, 10:00 — 11:00 —
Room P3.10, Mathematics Building
Jean-Pierre Ramis, Université Toulouse 3 - Paul Sabatier
Stokes Phenomenon and Dynamics on Wild Character Varieties of Painlevé Equations (III)
Firstly I will discuss the problem of the definition of the wild monodromy for an arbitrary irregular singularity in the linear case, in relation with Stokes phenomena, $k$-summability, multisummability, Laplace transform and resurgence. The source of this topic is, a century ago, a R. Garnier paper 1919.
I will detail the basic example: the monodromy and Stokes phenomena in the case of Hypergeometic Equations (classical and confluent). I will explain the confluence of monodromy towards wild monodromy.
In the second part of the lecture I will describe some non-linear Stokes phenomena and the corresponding unfoldings: saddle-nodes, symplectic saddle-nodes.
I will end with the application of all the tools to the case of the confluence of PVI towards PV. As a byproduct, it is possible to get a proof of the rationality of the wild dynamics of PV (M. Klimes). It is extremely technical and I will give only the (simple!) basic ideas and the main lines.
It is a first step towards a proof of the following conjecture (Ramis 2012):The (wild) dynamics on the (wild) character variety of each Painlevé equation is rational and explicitely computable.
Funded under FCT project UIDB/MAT/04459/2020.