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LA DÉTECTION DU RAYONNEMENT GRAVITATIONNEL 100 ANS APRÈS EINSTEIN

Les détecteurs d'ondes gravitationnelles de la collaboration LIGO/VIRGO ont observé les signaux gravitationnels de la coalescence de systèmes binaires de trous noirs stellaires massifs à des grandes distances en astronomie. Cette découverte majeure, 100 ans après la formulation de la relativité générale par Einstein, ouvre la voie à une nouvelle astronomie, celle des ondes gravitationnelles. Dans cet exposé, nous discuterons des résultats de LIGO/VIRGO et passerons en revue les sources d'ondes gravitationnelles les plus intéressantes pour les détecteurs au sol et dans l'espace, ainsi ...
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Robert Young - Quantitative geometry and filling problems (Part 2)

Plateau's problem asks whether there exists a minimal surface with a given boundary in Euclidean space. In this course, we will study related problems in broader classes of spaces and ask what the asymptotics of filling problems tell us about the geometry of surfaces in groups and spaces. What do minimal and nearly minimal surfaces look like in different spaces, and how is the geometry of surfaces related to the geometry of the ambient space? Our main examples will arise from geometric group theory, including nilpotent groups and symmetric spaces.
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Yoshihiro Tonegawa - Analysis on the mean curvature flow and the reaction-diffusion approximation (Part 5)

The course covers two separate but closely related topics. The first topic is the mean curvature flow in the framework of GMT due to Brakke. It is a flow of varifold moving by the generalized mean curvature. Starting from a quick review on the necessary tools and facts from GMT and the definition of the Brakke mean curvature flow, I will give an overview on the proof of the local regularity theorem. The second topic is the reaction-diffusion approximation of phase boundaries with key words such as the Modica-Mortola functional and ...
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Cours magistraux

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Feng Luo - An introduction to discrete conformal geometry of polyhedral surfaces (Part 5)

The goal of the course is to introduce some of the recent developments on discrete conformal geometry of polyhedral surfaces. We plan to cover the following topics.- The Andreev-Koebe-Thurston theorem on circle packing polyhedral metrics and Marden-Rodin’s proof- Thurston’s conjecture on the convergence of circle packings to the Riemann mapping and its solution by Rodin-Sullivan- Finite dimensional variational principles associated to polyhedral surfaces- A discrete conformal equivalence of polyhedral surfaces and its relationship to convex polyhedra in hyperbolic 3-space- A discrete uniformization theorem for compact polyhedral surfaces- Convergence of discrete conformality and some open problems
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Gilles Courtois - The Margulis lemma, old and new (Part 2)

The Margulis lemma describes the structure of the group generated by small loops in the fundamental group of a Riemannian manifold, thus giving a picture of its local topology. Originally stated for homogeneous spaces by C. Jordan, L. Bieberbach, H. J. Zassenhaus, D. Kazhdan-G. Margulis, it has been extended to the Riemannian setting by G. Margulis for manifolds of non positive curvature. The goal of these lectures is to present the recent work of  V. Kapovitch and B. Wilking who gave a sharp version of the Margulis lemma under the assumption that the Ricci curvature is bounded below. Their method ...
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