Monday, May 23 • 12:15 • HG G 3
Nancy Nuo Chen
Abstract. The isoperimetric theorem deals with extreme values of set functions, which involves quantities like area, volume and perimeter. Those theorems have special meanings in many domains such as geometry or physics. In this talk we will focus on the isoperimetric inequality on the euclidean plane and for the n-dimensional space.
|May 23||Nancy Nuo Chen||Isoperimetric Inequality|
|May 30||Han-Miru Kim||Quategories|
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