Southeast Geometry Seminar

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The Southeast Geometry Seminar is a series of semiannual one-day events focusing on geometric analysis.

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The Southeast Geometry Seminar is a series of semiannual one-day events focusing on geometric analysis. These events are hosted in rotation by the following institutions:

  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • The Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Emory University
  • The University of Tennessee Knoxville

This event will be held on April 12, 2010 in the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech, Skiles Building Room 269.

Registration: This event is free but registration is requested in order to provide organizers adequate information for participant accommodations. Continue to the registration form.

Program: The following five speakers will give presentations on topics that include geometric analysis, and related fields, such as partial differential equations, general relativity, and geometric topology.
See the Schedule for times and abstracts of talks.

  • Ailana Fraser, The First Eigenvalue of the Dirichlet-to-Neumann Map and Minimal Surfaces
  • Lan-Hsuan Huang, Constant Mean Curvature Foliations for Isolated Systems
  • Jason Parsley, Intrinsic Symmetries of Knots and Links
  • Richard Schoen, On the Geometry of Static and Stationary Spacetimes
  • Jeremy Wong, Applications of Almost-Convexity

There will also be a late afternoon public lecture by plenary speaker Richard Schoen, Spaces of Positive Curvature. This talk will take place in the Klaus Computing Building Room 1116W at 4:30. Dr. Richard Schoen is a Bass Professor of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University.

Parking on Campus: There are a number of pay visitor parking lots close to the event venue. All day parking maximum charge is $10.00. Please check the Parking Visitor Website. Area 2 and Area 3 lots are the most convenient to the Skiles building. Map to venue buildings.

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