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Ecole Polytechnique X (09/01/2001), Olivier Biquard (Dir.)
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Métriques kählériennes de volume fini, uniformisation des surfaces complexes réglées et équations de Seiberg-Witten
Yann Rollin1

Let M=P(E) be a ruled surface. We introduce metrics of finite volume on M whose singularities are parametrized by a parabolic structure over E. Then, we generalise results of Burns--de Bartolomeis and LeBrun, by showing that the existence of a singular Kahler metric of finite volume and constant non positive scalar curvature on M is equivalent to the parabolic polystability of E; moreover these metrics all come from finite volume quotients of $H^2 \times CP^1$. In order to prove the theorem, we must produce a solution of Seiberg-Witten equations for a singular metric g. We use orbifold compactifications $\overline M$ on which we approximate g by a sequence of smooth metrics; the desired solution for g is obtained as the limit of a sequence of Seiberg-Witten solutions for these smooth metrics.
1:  CMLS-EcolePolytechnique - Centre de Mathématiques Laurent Schwartz
Geometrie differentielle – fibres paraboliques – Seiberg-Witten

Kaehler metrics of finite volume, unifomization of ruled complex surfaces and Seiberg-Witten equations
Let M=P(E) be a ruled surface. We introduce metrics of finite volume on M whose singularities are parametrized by a parabolic structure over E. Then, we generalise results of Burns--de Bartolomeis and LeBrun, by showing that the existence of a singular Kahler metric of finite volume and constant non positive scalar curvature on M is equivalent to the parabolic polystability of E; moreover these metrics all come from finite volume quotients of $H^2 \times CP^1$. In order to prove the theorem, we must produce a solution of Seiberg-Witten equations for a singular metric g. We use orbifold compactifications $\overline M$ on which we approximate g by a sequence of smooth metrics; the desired solution for g is obtained as the limit of a sequence of Seiberg-Witten solutions for these smooth metrics.

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