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Geometric Analysis Seminar

  Anyone who is interested is welcome to join our seminar on geometric analysis.

  For the Fall 2022 semester, the talks will be 11 AM CST and are hosted on Zoom.

  To join our mailing list and attend the talks, please enter your information here.

  Recorded talks are hosted on our Youtube channel.

  Organized by:

Gabe Khan Xuan Hien Nguyen Pablo Raúl Stinga


Fall 2022 talks

September 19th, 2022 Reto Buzano         Noncompact self-shrinkers for mean curvature flow with arbitrary genus

September 26th, 2022 Antonio de Rosa  Min-max construction of anisotropic CMC surfaces

October 17th, 2022 Soumyajit Saha

November 14th, 2022 Armin Schikorra

November 28th, 2022 Yannick Sire

December 5th, 2022 Malik Tuerkoen


Spring 2022 talks

February 21, 2022          Jakob Hultgren

February 28, 2022          Clayton Shonkwiler

March 7, 2022                Hung Tran

March 21, 2022              Sebastien Picard

March 28, 2022.             Gunhee Cho

April 4, 2022                   Zhiqin Lu

April 25, 2022                 Anna Zamojska-Dzienio


Fall 2021 talks

September 9, 2021 Pablo Raúl Stinga Regularity for C1,alpha interface transmission problems 
September 16, 2021

Yury Ustinovskiy

Geometric Flows on Complex Manifolds and Generalized Kahler-Ricci Solitons
September 30, 2021 Xuan Hien Nguyen The fundamental gap of horoconvex domains in hyperbolic space
October 7, 2021 Xuan Hien Nguyen The vanishing of the fundamental gap of convex domains in Hn
October 14, 2021 Connor Mooney Solutions to the Monge-Ampere equation with polyhedral and
Y-shaped singularities
October 21, 2021 Jingrui Cheng Analytical aspect for the existence of constant scalar curvature Kahler metric
October 28, 2021 Fangyang Zheng The Hermitian geometry of Strominger connections
November 4, 2021 Damin Wu Kahler-Einstein metric on negatively pinched complete Kahler manifolds
November 11, 2021 Sigurd Angenent Non-uniqueness in geometric flows


                                           This seminar is partially supported by a grant from the Simons foundation.

Iowa State Geometric Analysis