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Some problems from Geometric Measure Theory: Plateau, Bernstein, Dido

ARGOMENTI: Convegni Dottorato

SEMINARIO DOTTORATO
Wednesday 10 December 2008 h. 15:00, room 1BC/45
Davide VITTONE (researcher in Pure Math., Dip. Mat.)
"Some problems from Geometric Measure Theory: Plateau, Bernstein, Dido"

-Abstract
The aim of Geometric Measure Theory (GMT) is to approach geometric problems by means of measure-theoretical tools. After a brief presentation of some GMT definitions of "surface measure", we will summarize the history and main results about three classical questions: minimal surfaces (or Plateau problem), the Bernstein problem and the isoperimetric (or Dido) problem.

Rif. int. C. Marastoni, T. Vargiolu, M. Dalla Riva

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