University of Toronto
Nonlinear and Geometric Analysis Day
Friday December 7, 2001

(Satellite to Dec 8-10 CMS meeting)

Travel Information

This one day satellite meeting is a celebration of nonlinear and geometric analysis hosted by the University of Toronto Mathematics Department. The talks will be held in the Department, Room 5017A of Sid Smith Building at 100 St. George Street, marked SS on the University of Toronto Campus Map, two blocks south of Bloor Street and the St. George Subway stop. You do not need to register for the satellite conference per se. Just arrange your own accommodations and attend. However, to attend the Toronto CMS meeting December 8-10, including talks by Martin GOLUBITSKY, Rick SCHOEN, and the Special Session on Nonlinear and Geometric Analysis (Abstracts), click here to register for CMS meeting.

December 7 Schedule and Featured Lecturers:

09h30-10h10 Registration and Coffee; Room SS 5017B
10h10-11h10 GERHARD HUISKEN (Universität Tübingen) Neck pinching in mean curvature flow
11h10-11h40 Morning Coffee
11h40-12h40 SYLVIA SERFATY (Courant Institute, CNRS) Limiting wall energy in micromagnetics
12h40-14h40 Lunch Break
14h40-15h40 JOEL SPRUCK (Johns Hopkins University) Hypersurfaces of constant Gauss curvature with prescribed boundary
15h40-16h10 Afternoon Tea
16h10-17h10 RICHARD HAMILTON (Columbia University) Geometric estimates for the logarithmic porous medium equation

Webpage and Contact Persons:
Jochen Denzler (Universities of Tennessee and Toronto)
Robert McCann (University of Toronto)

E-mail: Jochen Denzler
Last modified: November 12, 2001