Université Carnegie Mellon
18 novembre 2022 de 15 h 30 à 16 h 30 (heure de Montréal/HNE) Sur place
Among all subsets of Euclidean space with a fixed volume, balls have the smallest perimeter. Furthermore, any set with nearly minimal perimeter is geometrically close, in a quantitative sense, to a ball. This latter statement reflects the quantitative stability of balls with respect to the perimeter functional. We will discuss recent advances in quantitative stability and applications in various contexts. The talk includes joint work with several collaborators and will be accessible to a broad research audience.
AdresseUniversité McGill, Burnside Hall, salle 1104