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Enrico Le Donne
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Daniela Di Donato
Sebastiano Don
Laurent Dufloux
Thibaut Dumont
Rami Luisto
Gabriel Pallier
Francesca Tripaldi
Gioacchino Antonelli
Eero Hakavuori
Ville Kivioja
Terhi Moisala
Alessandro Pilastro
The Jyväskylä Geometry seminar is on Mondays afternoons
in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
The meeting is usually from 14:15 to 16:00 in room MaD 380.
Please, check in advance the calendar below.
See all current Seminars  Analysis Seminar 
Past Seminars: 2020  2019  2018  2017  (older) 
17^{th}14^{th} April 2030  world wide web
International subRiemannian seminar
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Past Events  
February/2018  SubRiemannian Geometry and Beyond 
February/2019  SubRiemannian Geometry and Beyond, II 
August/2019  Jyväskylä Summer School  Courses in Geometry 
October/2019  Pansu's Fest, for the 60th birthday of Pierre Pansu 
May/2020  SubRiemannian Geometry and Beyond, III  POSTPONED world wide web 
We warmly thank the CVGMT Team for the support and
for hosting the following papers at CVGMT server.
Local minimizers and Gammaconvergence for nonlocal perimeters in Carnot Groups (2021)  
A. Carbotti, S. Don, D. Pallara, A. Pinamonti (ESAIM cocv) We prove the local minimality of halfspaces in Carnot groups for a class of nonlocal functionals usually addressed as nonlocal perimeters. Moreover, in a class of Carnot groups in which the De Giorgi's rectifiability Theorem holds, we provide a lower bound for the $\Gamma$liminf of the rescaled energy in terms of the horizontal perimeter. 

Direct limits of infinitedimensional Carnot groups (2021)  
T. Moisala, E. Pasqualetto (Mathematica Scandinavica) We give a construction of direct limits in the category of complete metric scalable groups and provide sufficient conditions for the limit to be an infinitedimensional Carnot group. We also prove a Rademachertype theorem for such limits. 

Unextendable intrinsic Lipschitz curves (2021)  
G. Antonelli, A. Merlo In the setting of Carnot groups, we exhibit examples of intrinisc Lipschitz curves of positive $\mathcal{H}^1$measure that intersect every connected intrinsic Lipschitz curve in a $\mathcal{H}^1$negligible set. As a consequence such curves cannot be extended to connected intrinsic Lipschitz curves. The examples are constructed in the Engel group and in the free Carnot group of step 3 and rank 2. While the failure of the Lipschitz extension property was already known for some pairs of Carnot groups, ours is the first example of the analogous phenomenon for intrinsic Lipschitz graphs. This is in sharp contrast with the Euclidean case. 

The isoperimetric problem on Riemannian manifolds via GromovHausdorff asymptotic analysis (2021)  
G. Antonelli, M. Fogagnolo, M. Pozzetta In this paper we prove the existence of isoperimetric regions of any volume in Riemannian manifolds with Ricci bounded below and with a mild assumption at infinity, that is GromovHausdorff asymptoticity to simply connected models of constant sectional curvature. The previous result is a consequence of a general structure theorem for perimeterminimizing sequences of sets of fixed volume on noncollapsed Riemannian manifolds with a lower bound on the Ricci curvature. We show that, without assuming any further hypotheses on the asymptotic geometry, all the mass and the perimeter lost at infinity, if any, are recovered by at most countably many isoperimetric regions sitting in some GromovHausdorff limits at infinity. The GromovHausdorff asymptotic analysis conducted allows us to provide, in low dimensions, a result of nonexistence of isoperimetric regions in CartanHadamard manifolds that are GromovHausdorff asymptotic to the Euclidean space. While studying the isoperimetric problem in the smooth setting, the nonsmooth geometry naturally emerges, and thus our treatment combines techniques from both the theories. 

Ultralimits of pointed metric measure spaces (2021)  
E. Pasqualetto, T. Schultz The aim of this paper is to study ultralimits of pointed metric measure spaces (possibly unbounded and having infinite mass). We prove that ultralimits exist under mild assumptions and are consistent with the pointed measured GromovHausdorff convergence. We also introduce a weaker variant of pointed measured GromovHausdorff convergence, for which we can prove a version of Gromov's compactness theorem by using the ultralimit machinery. This compactness result shows that, a posteriori, our newly introduced notion of convergence is equivalent to the pointed measured Gromov one. Another byproduct of our ultralimit construction is the identification of direct and inverse limits in the category of pointed metric measure spaces. 

On rectifiable measures in Carnot groups: representation (2021)  
G. Antonelli, A. Merlo This paper deals with the theory of rectifiability in arbitrary Carnot groups, and in particular with the study of the notion of Prectifiable measure. First, we show that in arbitrary Carnot groups the natural infinitesimal definition of rectifiabile measure, i.e., the definition given in terms of the existence of flat tangent measures, is equivalent to the global definition given in terms of coverings with intrinsically differentiable graphs, i.e., graphs with flat Hausdorff tangents. In general we do not have the latter equivalence if we ask the covering to be made of intrinsically Lipschitz graphs. Second, we show a geometric area formula for the centered Hausdorff measure restricted to intrinsically differentiable graphs in arbitrary Carnot groups. The latter formula extends and strengthens other area formulae obtained in the literature in the context of Carnot groups. As an application, our analysis allows us to prove the intrinsic C^1rectifiability of almost all the preimages of a large class of Lipschitz functions between Carnot groups. In particular, from the latter result, we obtain that any geodesic sphere in a Carnot group equipped with an arbitrary leftinvariant homogeneous distance is intrinsic C^1rectifiable. 

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