Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar 

2012 Winter Meeting
(Joint with the Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar)

Stanford University
450 Serra Mall, Bldg. 380
Stanford, CA 94305-2125

Saturday and Sunday, February 4 and 5, 2012

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Saturday, February 4
10:00 AM Reception, coffee, and rolls
10:30 AM Richard Bamler, Stanford
Long-time analysis of 3-dimensional Ricci flow
11:30 AM Francisco Martin, Granada
Properly embedded area-minimizing surfaces in hyperbolic 3-space
12:30 PM Lunch (There are many places to eat on the Campus and in Palo Alto)
1:45 PM Business meeting
2:00 PM Nicos Kapouleas, Brown University
Gluing constructions for minimal surfaces and self-shrinkers
3:00 PM Afternoon Coffee and Cake
3:45 PM Jeff Streets, UC Irvine
The gradient flow of the L2 curvature energy
6:00 PM Banquet (Jade Palace, South California Avenue, Palo Alto)
Sunday, February 5
9:30AM Reception. Coffee and rolls
10:00AM Yanir Rubinstein, Stanford
Einstein metrics on Kähler manifolds
11:00AM Jeff Viaclovsky, Wisconsin
Asymptotics of the self-dual deformation complex

The Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar meets three times each year and is a one-day seminar on recent developments in differential geometry and global analysis, broadly interpreted. The February meeting at Stanford is a joint meeting with the Pacific Northwest Geometry Seminar, and will be a two-day event. It will conclude with a banquet dinner that will be subsidized for students and postdocs. Please use the DINNER SIGNUP FORM to register for the seminar and to indicate whether or not you will attend the banquet. Spouses and significant others are invited to the dinner. Problems? Email This year the geometry seminar will occur on the same weekend as a conference on Lie Theory and Quantum Groups also meeting at Stanford. The Maps and Direction Page will help you get to Stanford. The department is located on the northwest corner of the Main Quad on the Stanford University Campus in Building 38, Room 380W. The campus map and the mathematics department map will help you find the meeting. Parking is unrestricted on the weekends.

David Bao (San Francisco State University), Robert Bryant (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Joel Hass (University of California, Davis), David Hoffman (Stanford University), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University), Richard Montgomery (University of California, Santa Cruz)

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