Southeast Geometry Seminar XXVI

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The 26th annual Southeast Geometry Seminar, a semiannual series of one day events, was held at Georgia Tech.

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The Southeast Geometry Seminar (SGS), is a semiannual series of one-day events focusing on geometric analysis. The 26th annual SGS was held this past February in Skiles. The School of Mathematics' John McCuan and Mohammad Ghomi organized the event, along with Joseph Fu (UGA), Vladimir Oliker (Emory), and Junfang Li (UAB). 

The first presentation of this program was given by Yuanzhen Shao (Perdue University) on "Degenerate and Singular Elliptic Operators on Manifold with Singularities". Shao was followed by Sungho Park , who studied at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and Georgia Tech. Park presented "Circle-foliated minimal and CMC surfaces in S3". 

Following Presentations included: 

  • Radial Limits of Bounded Nonparametric Prescribed Mean Curvature Surfaces by Mozhgan (Nora) Entekhabi (Wichita State University) 

  • Freeform lenses, Jacobian equations, and supporting quadric method (SQM) by Vladimir Oliker (Emory University) 

  • Stability and bifurcation for surfaces with constant mean curvature by Miyuki Koiso (Kyushu University) 

  • Unexpected non-uniqueness of equilibria for the 2D floating Ball by Ray Treinen (Texas State University) 

Abstract of these presentations can be found here

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