School of Mathematical Sciences

Tel Aviv University

Tel Aviv, 6997801

Israel

Office: Schreiber 124

Email:
\(\mathtt{sarabt1}@\mathtt{gmail}{.}\mathtt{com}\)

Seminars I co-organize:

- The Symplectic Zoominar (joint by CRM-Montréal, Princeton, IAS, Tel Aviv, and Paris);
- The Seminar in Real and Complex Geometry (Tel Aviv, held over Zoom);
- The Tel Aviv University Mathematics Colloquium (Tel Aviv, in-person).

*Papers:*

- Differential forms, open-closed maps, and Gromov-Witten axioms, with Pavel Giterman, in preparation.
- WDVV-based recursion for open Gromov-Witten invariants, with Roi Blumberg, arXiv:2402.10542
- Examples of relative quantum cohomology, with Kai Hugtenburg, arXiv:2402.03209
- Open Gromov-Witten theory for cohomologically incompressible Lagrangians, arXiv:2311.18511
- Differential forms on orbifolds with corners, with Jake P. Solomon, arXiv:2011.10030, J. Topol. Anal. DOI:10.1142/S1793525323500048
- Relative quantum cohomology, with Jake P. Solomon, arXiv:1906.04795, J. Eur. Math. Soc. 26 (2024), no. 9, 3497–3573, DOI 10.4171/JEMS/1337
- Point-like bounding chains in open Gromov-Witten theory, with Jake P. Solomon, arXiv:1608.02495, Geom. Funct. Anal. 31 (2021), no. 5, 1245–1320, DOI:10.1007/s00039-021-00583-3
- Differential forms, Fukaya \(A_\infty\) algebras, and Gromov-Witten axioms, with Jake P. Solomon, arXiv:1608.01304, J. Symplectic Geom. 20 (2022), no. 4, 927-994, DOI:10.4310/JSG.2022.v20.n4.a5
- Toward super-rigidity of holomorphic disks in Calabi-Yau threefolds, M.Sc. thesis, with Jake P. Solomon, submitted to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2011. Original at the math library of the Hebrew University; later proofread version with minor corrections.

*Other:*

- The Marching Circles by Yosef Tukachinsky illustrate a disk count that remains invariant despite bubbling.
- Here are instructions for defining Hebrew letters as math operators, including a full table of codes for all letters.
- The Hebrew dictionary of geometric terms is an ongoing project joint with Amit Solomon Levin. Comments are welcome.