Diciembre 2017

Clases Características

John Willard Milnor

6 de diciembre de 2018

Auditorio Alfonso Nápoles

Víctor David García Medina


Salón de Seminarios Graciela Salicrup

13 de diciembre 2017, 17:00 hrs.

Mónica Clapp (Instituto de Matemáticas-UNAM, Mexico)

New blow up profiles for Yamabe type problems
Abstract: Many problems in differential geometry are expressed in terms of an elliptic partial differential equation which is conformally invariant. Typical examples are the Yamabe problem or the prescribed scalar curvature problem.
The invariance of these equations under dilations gives rise to blow-up phenomena, which makes them hard to solve. It is, thus, important to understand these phenomena, in other words, to obtain information on energy level, the location and the limit profile of the blow-up.
A particular profile has been profusely studied: that given by the so-called standard bubble, i.e., the solution to the Yamabe problem on the round sphere. It has been successfully used to construct solutions of many different types of problems.
In this talk we will exhibit other blow-up profiles, which arise by considering special types of symmetries, and we will use them to produce solutions of some elliptic PDEs.

Inauguración de la Conferencia Internacional “75 años de matemáticas en México” que se lleva a cabo del 4 al 7 de diciembre de 2017 en la Facultad de Ciencias y el Instituto de Matemáticas de la UNAM



Isabel Hubard (Instituto de Matemáticas-UNAM, Mexico)

Twisted honeycombs revisited

Abstract: In the 70´s Coxeter considered the 4-dimensional regular convex polytopes and used the so-called Petrie Polygons to obtain quotients of the polytopes that while having all possible rotational symmetry, lack of reflectional symmetry. He called this objects Twisted Honeycombs. Now a days, objects with such symmetry properties are often called chiral. In this talk I will review Coxeter´s twisted honeycombs and will connect them to chiral maniplexes and chiral polytopes of full rank (objects that I will define). We will also see a natural way to extend Coxeter´s work.

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