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PD Dr. Hao Chen, Universität Göttingen

Triply periodic minimal surfaces (TPMSs) combine the beauty of bubble films and crystals: They have locally minimized area and repeat themselves throughout the space. Since the first TPMSs constructed by Schwarz, new examples have been discovered at a very slow pace. As TPMSs find ubiquitous applications in natural sciences, physicists and chemists made significant contributions since the 1970's, while mathematicians fall far behind to provide rigorous treatment. After reviewing this interdisciplinary history, I will talk about recent mathematical constructions of (explicit and implicit) new TPMSs. They bring hopes as well as challenges to an ultimate classification of all TPMSs of genus 3.

 

If you wish to attend one (or more) of the talks please send to request for the zoom link to anapde_mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de (please replace  _ by @ ). Please include in your mail your full name, status (teacher, professor, student,...) and institution.

Wenn Sie als Zuhörer*in an den Kolloquien teilnehmen möchten, schicken Sie bitte eine Anfrage per Mail an anapde_mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de (ersetzen Sie dabei bitte _ durch @ ). Ihre Mail sollte Ihren vollständigen Namen, Ihren Status (Lehrer*in, Professor*in, Student*in, Doktorand*in , ...) und Ihre Institution enthalten.

Wann?

19. Januar 2022, 17:15-19:00

Wo?

Zoom

Veranstalter

FB Mathematik, AG Numerik und wissenschaftliches Rechnen

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Jan Giesselmann

 

19
Januar
2022
17:15-19:00

Tags

Mathematisches Kolloquium, Mathematik, Numerik, Geometrie