Spring 2019 Analysis Student Seminar
This semester, we will learn about regularity of minimal surfaces
in higher codimension. We will start with an introduction of Geometric
Measure Theory, more specifically the FedererFleming theory of
integral currents. Then, we will cover the classical theory of
regularity in codimension 1. After understanding what are the
obstructions to generalize this theory to higher condimensions, we
will move onto regularity of minimal surfaces in codimension bigger
than 1. There are no prerequisites besides basic knowledge of functional analysis, measure theory, and differential geometry.
References
 "The regularity theory of minimal surfaces in higher
codimension" (a survey) by Camillo De Lellis. Link here.
 "Almgren's center manifold in a simple setting" (PCMI Lectures) by Camillo De Lellis. Link here.
Schedule
All talks will be given in 5127 on Wednesdays at 4:00, and we'll try
to end around 5:15. The following is the tentative schedule, along
with the references we will follow that day.
Date

Speaker

Topic

Reading

Feb. 6

Silvia Ghinassi

FedererFleming theory of integral currents
Part I

De Lellis Survey Section 2

Feb. 13

Jack Burkart

FedererFleming theory of integral currents
Part II

De Lellis Survey Section 2

Feb. 20

Jacob Mazor

First considerations in the regularity theory

De Lellis Survey Section 3

Feb. 27

TBA

The regularity theory in codimension 1

De Lellis Survey Section 4

Mar. 6

TBA

Federer's theorem and the failure of $\mathrm{\epsilon}$regularity in codimension >1

De Lellis Survey Section 5

Mar. 13

TBA

Almgren's stratification

De Lellis Survey Section 5

Mar. 20


Enjoy your Spring break!


Mar. 27

TBA

TBA


Apr. 3

TBA

TBA


Apr. 10

TBA

TBA


Apr. 17

TBA

TBA


Apr. 24

TBA

TBA


May 1

TBA

TBA


May 8

TBA

TBA


