Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory

Another Pisan workshop in Geometric Analysis

created by pluda on 08 Jul 2022
modified on 23 Aug 2022

14 sep 2022 - 15 sep 2022   [open in google calendar]

Pisa: Centro De Giorgi

This workshop is the second edition of “A Pisan Workshop in Geometric Analysis” and it will gather young and active researchers in Geometric Analysis. It aims at giving an overview of the present research on various aspects of this beautiful subject, with some special attention to the mathematical background and to the motivations. Early stage researchers are particularly encouraged to take part in this two-day, as there will also be various moments for questions and discussions.

The workshop will take place in hybrid mode, with a maximum of 80 persons in presence. Upon reaching this maximum limit, registration will close automatically. In the event of impediments due to new covid-19 pandemic measures, the workshop will run completely from remote on the same dates.

Online participation requires registration as well. If you plan on attending online, send an email to the address:

Schedule: 14-09-2022

9:30: Alice Marveggio (Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) ) - Quantitative convergence of the vectorial Allen-Cahn equation towards multiphase mean curvature flow

11.15: Paolo Bonicatto (University of Warwick) - Transport of currents and geometric Rademacher-type theorems

14.30: Luca Benatti (Università di Trento) - Bertie Bott’s every flavour mass concepts in General Relativity

15.45: Mario Santilli (Università dell'Aquila) - Curvature measures and soap bubbles beyond convexity

17.30: Anna Kubin (Politecnico di Torino) - Direct minimization of the Canham–Helfrichenergy on generalized Gauss graphs


9:30: Davide Carazzato (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) - On some boundedness and symmetry results for the minimizers of a non-local energy

11.15: Mario Schulz (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) - Free boundary minimal surfaces in the unit ball

Organizers: Mattia Fogagnolo, Alessandra Pluda.

Speakers: Luca Benatti, Paolo Bonicatto, Davide Carazzato, Anna Kubin, Alice Marveggio, Mario Santilli, Mario Schulz.