Séminaires : Séminaire de Géométrie

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Salle : 1013
Adresse :Sophie Germain

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Orateur(s) Yves MARTINEZ-MAURE - Sorbonne Université - IMJ-PRG,
Titre New insights on marginally trapped surfaces: the hedgehog theory point of view
Horaire13:30 à 15:00
RésumeIn this talk, we will try to argue and to show through fundamental examples that (a very huge class of) marginally trapped surfaces arise naturally from a ‘lightlike co-contact structure’, exactly in the same way as Legendrian fronts arise from a contact one (by projection of a Legendrian submanifold to the base of a Legendrian fibration), and that there is an adjunction relationship between both notions.
We especially focus our interest on marginally trapped hedgehogs and study their relationships with Laguerre geometry and Brunn-Minkowski theory.
AdresseSophie Germain