Department of Mathematics

Student Geometry/Topology

  •  Woongbae Park
  •  Bubbling of harmonic maps
  •  10/24/2018
  •  4:10 PM - 5:00 PM
  •  A202 Wells Hall

Harmonic map is a generalization of harmonic function but has different behavior. I briefly introduce harmonic map and explain one of the differences, called bubbling. This is special kind of singularity only occurs under certain conditions. I explain how we deal with bubbling in different favors, and prove some details.

 

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