## Obstructions to symplectically embedding compact manifolds of dimension 44 or higher

It is known in Li’s paper (http://arxiv.org/pdf/0812.4929v1.pdf) that in compact symplectic manifolds (X2n,ω) of dimension at least 2n≥4, an immersed symplectic surface represents a 2-homology class as long as that homology class has positive symplectic area. When 2n≥6, this immersion may even be taken to be an embedding. My question regards finding symplectically embedded submanifolds … Read more