Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics

Volume 19 (2015)

Number 6

Computational techniques in FJRW theory with applications to Landau–Ginzburg mirror symmetry

Pages: 1339 – 1383



Amanda Francis (Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, U.S.A.)


The Landau–Ginzburg A-model, given by FJRW theory, defines a cohomological field theory, but in most examples is very difficult to compute, especially when the symmetry group is not maximal. We give some methods for finding the A-model structure. In many cases our methods completely determine the previously unknown A-model Frobenius manifold structure. In the case where these Frobenius manifolds are semisimple, this can be shown to determine the structure of the higher genus potential as well. We compute the Frobenius manifold structure for 27 of the previously unknown unimodal and bimodal singularities and corresponding groups, including 13 cases using a non-maximal symmetry group.

Published 5 May 2016