This semester we will run a seminar on affine Grassmannians. It will be devoted to the study of affine Grassmannians and their appearances in various branches of mathematics, which will be chosen according to the interests of the participants. The webpage of the seminar can be found here https://sites.pitt.edu/~bdt18/AffineGrassmanian.html It will be frequently updated. The seminar will meet at 1 pm on Thursdays via Zoom, Meeting ID: 928 0506 1304.
The goal of the seminar is to report on recent joint work with Daniele Semola, motivated by a question of Gromov to establish a “synthetic regularity theory" for minimal surfaces in non-smooth ambient spaces.
In the setting of non-smooth spaces with lower Ricci Curvature bounds:
I will present aspects of a theory of space-time integral currents with bounded variation in time. This is motivated by a recent model for elasto-plastic evolutions that are driven by the flow of dislocations (this model is joint work with T. Hudson). The classical scalar BV-theory can be recovered as the 0-dimensional limit case of this BV space-time theory.
Zoom Meeting: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/95465740077
Meeting Id: 954 657 40077
Emily Bennett from the Career Center will give a talk about the services and opportunities that the center offers. The meeting will be held via Zoom and all are welcome to attend.
If you are wondering how your hard work as a math major can translate into job opportunities down the road, join the meeting and find out how the Career Center can help.