Second Order Elliptic Operators on Triple Junction Surfaces


In this talk, we will consider minimal triple junction surfaces, a special class of singular minimal surfaces whose boundaries are identified in a particular manner. Hence, it is quite natural to extend the classical theory of minimal surfaces to minimal triple junction surfaces. Indeed, we can show that the classical PDE theory holds on triple junction surfaces. As a consequence, we can prove a type of Generalized Bernstein Theorem and give the definition of Morse index on minimal triple junction surfaces.

Oct 3, 2022

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Gaoming Wang
Gaoming Wang

My research interests include Geometric Analysis and Partial Differential Equations.