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Min-max methods and the Willmore conjecture

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  • UserDr Andre Neves, Imperial College London
  • ClockWednesday 18 April 2012, 10:00-11:00
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In 1965, Willmore conjectured that for every torus in space, the integral of the mean curvature squared is bigger or equal to 2pi^2. I will talk about how to prove this conjecture using min-max methods. This is joint work with Fernando Marques.

This talk is part of the Oxbridge PDE conference series.

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