Filip Rindler - Space-time integral currents of bounded variation

I will present aspects of a theory of space-time integral currents with bounded variation in time. This is motivated by a recent model for elasto-plastic evolutions that are driven by the flow of dislocations (this model is joint work with T. Hudson). The classical scalar BV-theory can be recovered as the 0-dimensional limit case of this BV space-time theory.

Career Center Services Talk

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If you are wondering how your hard work as a math major can translate into job opportunities down the road, join the meeting and find out how the Career Center can help.

Felix Schulze - Mean curvature flow with generic initial data

Mean curvature flow is the gradient flow of the area functional and constitutes a natural geometric heat equation on the space of hypersurfaces in an ambient Riemannian manifold. It is believed, similar to Ricci Flow in the intrinsic setting, to have the potential to serve as a tool to approach several fundamental conjectures in geometry. The obstacle for these applications is that the flow develops singularities, which one in general might not be able to classify completely.

Energy-preserving, Adaptive Time-Step Variational Integrators

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