# Upcoming Seminars & Events

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##### TBA-Mimi Dai

##### Lecture 3: Ambients for the Betti map and the question of its rank

In this last lecture we shall consider in more detail some of the mentioned contexts involving the Betti map. We shall also discuss in short some recent work with Yves André and Pietro Corvaja, extending what comes from Manin's theorem of the kernel.

##### TBA-Luis Silvestre

##### The mathematics of charged liquid drops

*Cyrill Muratov is Professor of Mathematical Sciences at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He received his M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, followed by a Ph. D. in Physics from Boston University and postdoctoral training in Applied Mathematics at the Courant Institute. His main research interests lie in understanding the emergence of complexity from basic constitutive laws in problems of science and engineering, using a combination of rigorous mathematical analysis, formal asymptotics and numerical simulations.*

##### TBA-Antonella Grassi

##### Self-similar structure of caustics and shock formation

##### TBA-Yu-Shen Lin

##### TBA - Dr. Efi Efrati

##### TBA-Xudong Zheng

##### TBA-Gal Mishne

##### TBA-Timo Seppalainen

##### Regularity of area-minimizing surfaces in higher codimension: old and new

The theory of integral currents, developed by Federer and Fleming in the 60s, gives a powerful framework to solve the Plateau's problem in every dimension and codimension. The interior and boundary regularity theory for the codimension

one case is rather well understood, thanks to the work of several mathematicians in the 60es, 70es and 80es.