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The Analysis Seminar

Fourier

The seminar meets Wednesdays in WH-100E at 3:30-4:30 p.m. There are refreshments and snacks in WH-102 at 3:15.

The seminar is partly funded as one of Dean's Speaker Series in Harpur College (College of Arts and Sciences) at Binghamton University.

Organizers: Paul Loya, Shengwen Wang, Xiangjin Xu, Gang Zhou and Lu Zhang

Previous talks

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Fall 2018

* August 29th, Wednesday (3:30-4:30pm)

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Topic: organizational meeting



* September 5th, Wednesday (3:30-5:00pm)(No talk due Monday schedule)

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* September 12th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker : Gang Zhou (Binghamton University)
Topic: A description of generic singularities formed by mean curvature flow

Abstract: In this talk I will present the progresses my collaborators, including Michael Sigal and Dan Knopf, and I made in the past few years. We developed a new way of studying mean curvature flow, and I am trying to use it to understand the evolution of hypersurfaces under mean curvature flow.




* September 19th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)(Holiday, Yom Kippur)

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* September 26th , Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker: Adam Weisblatt (Binghamton University)
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* October 3rd, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker: Brian Allen (West Point)

Topic: Stability Questions and Convergence of Riemannian Manifolds

Abstract: We will start by surveying the stability of the scalar torus rigidity theorem, a result about the impact of geometry on topology, and the stability of the positive mass theorem, an important theorem in mathematical relativity. Since stability requires a notion of closeness this will lead us naturally to consider various notions of distance between and convergence of Riemannian manifolds. We will end by discussing theorems and important examples which aim at contrasting these notions of convergence which have been, and will continue to be, applied to stability problems.




* October 10th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

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* October 17th, Wednesday (3:30-4:550pm)

Speaker: Shengwen Wang (Binghamton University)
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* October 24th, Wednesday (3:30-4:30pm)

Speaker: Lu Zhang (Binghamton University)
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* October 31st, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker: Xiangjin Xu (Binghamton University )
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* November 7th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker: Kunal Sharma (Binghamton University)
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* November 14th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

Speaker: Phil Sosoe, Cornell University
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* November 21st, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)(Thanksgiving break)

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* November 28th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

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* December 5th, Wednesday (3:30-4:55pm)

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