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Uniqueness of Lagrangian self-expanders
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In Mean Curvature Flow an important class of solutions are the self-expanders, which move simply by dilations under the flow. Self-expanders provide models for smoothing of singular configurations and are analogues of minimal submanifolds. I will show that Lagrangian self-expanders in C^n asymptotic to pairs of planes are locally unique if n>2 and unique if n=2. This is joint work with André Neves.
This talk is part of the Geometric Analysis and Partial Differential Equations seminar series.
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