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R. Ghezzi - Volume measures in non equiregular sub-Riemannian manifolds

In this talk we study the Hausdorff volume in a non equiregular sub-Riemannian manifold and we compare it to a smooth volume. First we give the Lebesgue decomposition of the Hausdorff volume. Then we focus on the regular part, show that it is not commensurable with a smooth volume and give conditions under which it is a Radon measure. Finally we give a complete characterization of the singular part. This is a joint work with F. Jean (ENSTA).
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N. Juillet - Deformation of singular spaces

Gigli and Mantegazza have observed how optimal transport and heat diffusion allow to describe the direction of the Ricci flow uniquely from the metric aspects of Riemannian manifolds. Their goal is to reformulate the Ricci flow so that it also makes sense for metric spaces. I will present investigations and results obtained with Matthias Erbar (univ. Bonn) that concerns some non-Riemannian limits of Riemannian manifolds, in particular the Heisenberg group.
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R. Monti - Excess and tangents of sub-Riemannian geodesics

We present some recent results on the regularity problem of sub-Riemannian length minimizing curves. This is a joint work with A. Pigati and D. Vittone. After introducing the notion of excess for a horizontal curve, we show that at any point of a length minimizing curve excess is infinitesimal at some sequence of scales. This implies the existence of a linear tangent. We also discuss other results related to excess.
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Maciej Zworski - Fractal uncertainty for transfer operators

I will present a new explanation of the connection between the fractal uncertainty principle (FUP) of Bourgain-Dyatlov, a statement in harmonic analysis, and the existence of zero free strips for Selberg zeta functions, which is a statement in geometric scattering/dynamical systems. The connection is proved using (relatively) elementary methods via the Ruelle transfer operator which is a well known object in thermodynamical formalism of chaotic dynamics. The talk will assume no knowledge of the subject and I will also present applications of FUP to properties ...
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Giuseppe Buttazzo - One dimensional optimal reinforcements of elastic structures

In this talk we study the optimal reinforcement of an elastic membrane, fixed at its boundary, by means of a connected one-dimensional structure. We show the existence of an optimal solution that may present multiplicities, that is regions where the optimal structure overlaps. Some numerical simulations are shown to confirm this issue and to illustrate the complexity of the optimal structures when their total length becomes large.
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Patrick Dehornoy - La théorie des ensembles cinquante ans après Cohen

On présentera quelques résultats de théorie des ensembles récents, avec un accent sur l'hypothèse du continu et la possibilité de résoudre la question après les résultats négatifs bien connus de Gödel et Cohen, et sur les tables de Laver, qui sont des structures finies explicites, dont certaines propriétés combinatoires simples n'ont été établies jusqu'à présent que grâce à des axiomes de grand cardinal (non démontrables), une situation très paradoxale.
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Patricia Bouret - Erreurs et Tests statistiques

Un test statistique  est un outil très puissant pour prendre des décisions, cependant ils sont parfois très mal interprétés. Après une petite introduction historique qui montrera que les débats autour de ces notions remontent à Fisher, je me focaliserai sur les tests multiples et j'introduirai les différents types d'erreur, celles qui sont faciles à contrôler (Type 1) et celles qui sont plus difficiles à appréhender (Type 2) que nous reformulons en terme de vitesses de séparation.
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J. Aramayona - MCG and infinite MCG (Part 1)

The first part of the course will be devoted to some of the classical results about mapping class groups of finite-type surfaces. Topics may include: generation by twists, Nielsen-Thurston classification, abelianization, isomorphic rigidity, geometry of combinatorial models. In the second part we will explore some aspects of "big" mapping class groups, highlighting the analogies and differences with their finite-type counterparts, notably around isomorphic rigidity, abelianization, and geometry of combinatorial models.
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