MARCH 11-15 / MONTEVIDEOWelcome to the summer school "Geometric Flows and Relativity!" We are happy to host this special meeting for local and international students. You can find all the necessary information on this page.
The summer school will consist of three lecture series, on mean curvature flow, Ricci flow, and on applications of geometric flows to mathematical relativity. The Mean curvature and Ricci flow are two highly structured and extensively studied flows that serve not only as archetypical examples suitable to be lectured in a summer school but also to introduce students to highly active research topics in geometry and topology. On the other hand, Mathematical relativity is a fertile field to explore applications to them. Indeed, the inverse mean curvature flow has been a vital tool in the resolution of the Riemannian Penrose inequality, and since then, several geometric flows have been adapted in order to attack further problems in the field.
Mat Langford (Australian National University)
Mariel Sáez (Pontífica Universidad Católica de Chile)
Julian Scheuer (Goethe Universität Frankfurt)
Read here about the lecturers! (PDF)
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RegistrationRegistration helps to organize the meeting better. We kindly ask you to register below (even if you have already confirmed your participation by email).
Note that the registration for the summer school and the workshop are separate