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DATE | 2015-07-30¡@14:10-15:00 |

PLACE | ¼Æ¾ÇÀ]3175±Ð«Ç |

SPEAKER | Mr. Man Shun (John) Ma¡]University of British Columbia¡^ |

TITLE | Singularities in Lagrangian Mean Curvature Flow |

ABSTRACT | Lagrangian Mean Curvature Flow (LMCF) is a geometric flow, aiming to deform a Lagrangian immersion to a special Lagrangian submanifold. To understand the flow, it is important to understand the formation of singularity in LMCF. In this talk, I will introduce the concept of a self-shrinker (a local model for singularity), how it is formed in LMCF, and give some examples of Lagrangian self-shrinkers. Then I will discuss a recent work with Jingyi Chen concerning the space of all compact Lagrangian self-shrinkers in $\mathbb C^2$. Some applications will be discussed. |