Differential Geometry Seminars 2022

Visitors of the Institute for Geometry and its Applications and researchers from the School of Mathematical Sciences present cutting-edge research in geometry and other areas of pure mathematics.

As a consequence of COVID-19 safety precautions, the seminar continues to be held in hybrid mode.

All seminars will be held on a Friday, starting at 12:10 pm. Seminars will be held in the Napier building, and will be available via Zoom. To receive the Zoom link, please contact Thomas Leistner

Date Speaker Presentation
Frid 12 Aug
12:10 pm
Napier G04
Serena Dipierro
University of Western Australia

Boundary behaviour of nonlocal minimal surfaces

Surfaces which minimize a nonlocal perimeter functional exhibit quite different behaviors from the ones minimizing the classical perimeter. We will investigate some structural properties of nonlocal minimal surfaces, and in particular we will discuss the "stickiness phenomenon", namely the strong tendency of adhering at the boundary of the reference domain.

Fri 2 Sept
12:10 pm
Napier G04
David Ridout
University of Melbourne
TBA
Fri 16 Sept
12:10 pm
Napier G04
Timothy Trudgian
UNSW Canberra
TBA
Fri 28 Oct
12:10 pm
Napier G04
Volker Schlue
University of Melbourne
TBA

School of Mathematical Sciences

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