23 mar 2016 -- 17:00 [open in google calendar]
Sala Seminari Dipartimento di Matematica di Pisa
We recall the notion of nonlocal minimal surfaces and we discuss their qualitative and quantitative interior and and boundary behavior. In particular, we present some optimal examples in which the surfaces stick at the boundary. This phenomenon is purely nonlocal, since classical minimal surfaces do not stick at the boundary of convex domains. We also discuss the graph properties of the nonlocal minimal surfaces.