Columbia Geometry & Analysis Seminar
The Columbia Geometry/Analysis Seminar takes place on Fridays at 1pm - 2pm.
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Our next talk will be in person! We meet in 312 Mathematics Hall.
Friday, December 03: Darren King (New York University)
Title of talk: A capillarity model for soap films
Abstract of talk:
|September 17||Chen-Chih Lai (Columbia University)||
The Green tensor of the nonstationary Stokes system in the half-space and finite energy Navier-Stokes flows with unbounded gradients near boundary
|September 24||Alessandro Pigati (New York University)||Anisotropic Michael-Simon inequality and its consequences|
|October 01||Elia Brue (IAS)||
Isoperimetric regions in manifolds with nonnegative Ricci curvature and Euclidean volume growth
|October 08||Jingrui Cheng (Stony Brook University)||
Analytical aspect for the existence of constant scalar curvature Kahler metric
|October 22||Mario Schulz (University of Münster)||Noncompact self-shrinkers for mean curvature flow|
|October 29||Zihui Zhao (University of Chicago)||Boundary regularity of area-minimizing currents: a linear model with analytic interface|
|November 05||Mark Allen (Brigham Young University)||Sharp quantitative Faber-Krahn inequalities|
|November 12||Leonardo Abbrescia (Vanderbilt University)||
The formation, geometry, and stability of shock singularities in 3D compressible Euler flow
|November 19||Jun Kitagawa (Michigan State University)||A perturbative result for parabolic optimal transport|
|December 03||Darren King (New York University)||A capillarity model for soap films|
|December 10||Jonathan Zhu (Princeton)||Min-Max theory for capillary surfaces|