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Giovanni Alberti - Introduction to minimal surfaces and finite perimeter sets (Part 5)

In these lectures I will first recall the basic notions and results that are needed to study minimal surfaces in the smooth setting (above all the area formula and the first variation of the area), give a short review of the main (classical) techniques for existence results, and then outline the theory of Finite Perimeter Sets, including the main results of the theory (compactness, structure of distributional derivative, rectifiability). If time allows, I will conclude with a few applications.
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le (1h24m59s)

Camillo De Lellis - Center manifolds and regularity of area-minimizing currents (Part 3)

A celebrated theorem of Almgren shows that every integer rectifiable current which minimizes (locally) the area is a smooth submanifold except for a singular set of codimension at most 2. Almgren’s theorem is sharp in codimension higher than 1, because holomorphic subvarieties of Cn are area-minimizing. In fact the typical singularity of a 2-dimensional area-minimizing current is modelled by branch points of holomorphic curves. These singularities are rather difficult to analyze because they might be very high order phenomena.
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le (1h22m41s)

Camillo De Lellis - Center manifolds and regularity of area-minimizing currents (Part 4)

A celebrated theorem of Almgren shows that every integer rectifiable current which minimizes (locally) the area is a smooth submanifold except for a singular set of codimension at most 2. Almgren’s theorem is sharp in codimension higher than 1, because holomorphic subvarieties of Cn are area-minimizing. In fact the typical singularity of a 2-dimensional area-minimizing current is modelled by branch points of holomorphic curves. These singularities are rather difficult to analyze because they might be very high order phenomena.
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le (1h10m1s)

Camillo De Lellis - Center manifolds and regularity of area-minimizing currents (Part 5)

A celebrated theorem of Almgren shows that every integer rectifiable current which minimizes (locally) the area is a smooth submanifold except for a singular set of codimension at most 2. Almgren’s theorem is sharp in codimension higher than 1, because holomorphic subvarieties of Cn are area-minimizing. In fact the typical singularity of a 2-dimensional area-minimizing current is modelled by branch points of holomorphic curves. These singularities are rather difficult to analyze because they might be very high order phenomena.
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Camillo De Lellis - Center manifolds and regularity of area-minimizing currents (Part 1)

A celebrated theorem of Almgren shows that every integer rectifiable current which minimizes (locally) the area is a smooth submanifold except for a singular set of codimension at most 2. Almgren’s theorem is sharp in codimension higher than 1, because holomorphic subvarieties of Cn are area-minimizing. In fact the typical singularity of a 2-dimensional area-minimizing current is modelled by branch points of holomorphic curves. These singularities are rather difficult to analyze because they might be very high order phenomena.
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Camillo De Lellis - Center manifolds and regularity of area-minimizing currents (Part 2)

A celebrated theorem of Almgren shows that every integer rectifiable current which minimizes (locally) the area is a smooth submanifold except for a singular set of codimension at most 2. Almgren’s theorem is sharp in codimension higher than 1, because holomorphic subvarieties of Cn are area-minimizing. In fact the typical singularity of a 2-dimensional area-minimizing current is modelled by branch points of holomorphic curves. These singularities are rather difficult to analyze because they might be very high order phenomena.
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le (1h14m50s)

Valérie Berthé - Fractions continues multidimensionnelles et dynamique (Part 2)

Le but de cet exposé est de présenter des généralisations multidimensionnelles des fractions continues et de l’algorithme d’Euclide d’un point de vue systèmes dynamiques, en nous concentrant sur les liens avec la numération et les substitutions. Nous allons considérer principalement deux types de généralisations, à savoir, les algorithmes définis par homographies, comme l’algorithme de Jacobi-Perron, et les fractions continues associées aux algorithmes de réduction dans les réseaux.
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le (1h13m41s)

Karma Dajani - An introduction to Ergodic Theory of Numbers (Part 1)

In this course we give an introduction to the ergodic theory behind common number expansions, like expansions to integer and non-integer bases, Luroth series and continued fraction expansion. Starting with basic ideas in ergodic theory such as ergodicity, the ergodic theorem and natural extensions, we apply these to the familiar expansions mentioned above in order to understand the structure and global behaviour of different number theoretic expansions, and to obtain new and old results in an elegant and straightforward manner.
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le (1h8m41s)

Karma Dajani - An introduction to Ergodic Theory of Numbers (Part 2)

In this course we give an introduction to the ergodic theory behind common number expansions, like expansions to integer and non-integer bases, Luroth series and continued fraction expansion. Starting with basic ideas in ergodic theory such as ergodicity, the ergodic theorem and natural extensions, we apply these to the familiar expansions mentioned above in order to understand the structure and global behaviour of different number theoretic expansions, and to obtain new and old results in an elegant and straightforward manner.
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le (1h18m46s)

Karma Dajani - An introduction to Ergodic Theory of Numbers (Part 3)

In this course we give an introduction to the ergodic theory behind common number expansions, like expansions to integer and non-integer bases, Luroth series and continued fraction expansion. Starting with basic ideas in ergodic theory such as ergodicity, the ergodic theorem and natural extensions, we apply these to the familiar expansions mentioned above in order to understand the structure and global behaviour of different number theoretic expansions, and to obtain new and old results in an elegant and straightforward manner.
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