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DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n11:00am to 12:45pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Topology & Ge
ometry\, Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss building\, Hebrew
University (Seminar Room 70A)\n\n\nAbstract:\nAlthough the Ricci flow wit
h surgery has been used by Perelman to solve the Poincaré and Geometrizati
on Conjectures\, some of its basic properties are still unknown. For examp
le it has been an open question whether the surgeries eventually stop to o
ccur (i.e. whether there are finitely many surgeries) and whether the full
geometric decomposition of the underlying manifold is exhibited by the fl
ow as t→∞. \nIn this talk I will show that the number of surgeries is inde
ed finite and that the curvature is globally bounded by $Ct^{−1}$ for larg
e t. Using this curvature bound it is possible to give a more precise pict
ure of the long-time behavior of the flow. \n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscri
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SUMMARY:Topology & geometry\, Richard Bamler (UC Berkeley)\, 'There are fin
itely many surgeries in Perelman's Ricci flow'
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