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Geometric Flows Program Seminar:  Otis Chodosh, Stanford

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Otis Chodosh, Stanford

Title: Asymptotic geometry and large isoperimetric regions Speaker: Otis Chodosh, Stanford Date: Thursday, November 06, 2014 Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm Place: Seminar Roomm 313, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: In spite of the long history of the isoperimetric problem, the list of manifolds where isoperimetric regions are well understood is remarkably short. In […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar:  Vincent Guedj, Toulouse

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Vincent Guedj, Toulouse

Title: Smoothing properties of the Kaehler-Ricci flow Speaker: Vincent Guedj, Toulouse Date: Wednesday, November 05, 2014 Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm Place: Seminar Roomm 313, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: Let X be a compact Kaehler manifold. I will show, following a joint work with A.Zeriahi, that the Kaehler-Ricci flow (as well as its […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar:  Jian Song, Rutgers

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Jian Song, Rutgers

Title: The Ricci flow on the sphere with marked points Speaker: Jian Song, Rutgers Date: Friday, October 31, 2014 Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm Place: Lecture Hall 102, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: The Ricci flow on the 2-sphere with marked points is shown to converge in all three stable, semi-stable, and unstable cases. […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Haozhao Li, University of Science and Technology of China

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Haozhao Li, University of Science and Technology of China

Title: The alpha invariant, the K energy and Calabi flow Speaker: Haozhao Li, University of Science and Technology of China Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm Place: Lecture Hall 102, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. View the Slides. [/box] Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss the relations of the alpha invariant […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Bing Wang, University of Madison

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Bing Wang, University of Madison

Title: On the title Kahler ricci flow (II) Speaker: Bing Wang, University of Madison Date: Friday, October 24, 2014 Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm Place: Lecture Hall 102, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: Based on the compactness of the moduli of non-collapsed Calabi-Yau spaces with mild singularities, we set up a structure theory for […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Bing Wang, University of Madison

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Bing Wang, University of Madison

Title: On the title Kahler ricci flow (I) Speaker: Bing Wang, University of Madison Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Time: 02:30pm – 03:30pm Place: Lecture Hall 102, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: Based on the compactness of the moduli of non-collapsed Calabi-Yau spaces with mild singularities, we set up a structure theory for […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Wu Peng, Cornell Univ

Title: Recent development on four-dimensional gradient shrinking Ricci solitons Speaker: Wu Peng, Cornell Univ Date: Friday, October 17, 2014 Time: 01:30pm – 02:30pm Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: Ricci solitons were introduced by Richard Hamilton in mid 1980s to study singularity formations in the Ricci flow. Ricci solitons can be […]

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Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Simon Brendle, Stanford Univ and Columbia Univ

Geometric Flows Program Seminar: Simon Brendle, Stanford Univ and Columbia Univ

Title: Lawson’s Conjecture and some generalizations Speaker: Simon Brendle, Stanford Univ and Columbia Univ Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Time: 01:00pm – 02:00pm Place: Lecture Hall 102, Simons Center   [box, type=”download”]Watch the Video. [/box] Abstract: In the late 1960s, Lawson conjectured that the Clifford torus is the only embedded minimal torus in S^3. We will discuss […]

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