Abstract: We give some existence and non-existence results for minimal annuli in H2xR whose data at infinity are given.
School of Mathematics
Abstract: I will survey the recent progress on the existence problem for minimal hypersurfaces and then point for some new directions. This is joint work with Fernando Marques.
Abstract: In this talk we show that given any regular cone with entropy less than that of round cylinder, all smooth self-expanding solutions of the mean curvature flow that are asymptotic to the cone are in the same isotopy class. This is joint work with J. Bernstein.
Abstract: The Clifford torus is the simplest nontotally geodesic minimal surface in S^3. It is a product surface, it is helicoidal, and it is a solution obtained by separation of variables. We will show that there are more minimal submanifolds with these properties in S^n and in R^4.
Abstract: The Allen-Cahn equation behaves as a desingularization of the area functional. This allows for a PDE approach to the construction of minimal hypersurfaces in closed Riemannian manifolds. After presenting and overview of the subject, I will discuss recent results regarding a Weyl Law and its consequences for the density of minimal hypersurfaces in generic metrics. This is joint work with P. Gaspar.
Based on joint works with Xin Li, Noam Solomon and Jiapeng Zhang.