Publications and Lectures

Evening at OIST

TSVP Acknowledgement

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Affiliation:
Theoretical Sciences Visiting Program, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Onna, 904-0495, Japan

Acknowledgement in case of per diem:
This research was conducted while visiting the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) through the Theoretical Sciences Visiting Program (TSVP).

Acknowledgement in case of salary:
This research was conducted while funded by the Theoretical Sciences Visiting Program (TSVP) at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST).

FY2020 Visiting Mathematics Professor Program

Publications

P. Piovano and I. Velčić, Microscopical Justification of Solid-State Wetting and Dewetting, J. Nonlinear Sci. 32, 32 (2022). arXiv:2010.08787

S. Y. Kholmatov and P. Piovano, Existence of Minimizers for the SDRI Model (Submitted 2021). arXiv

P. Piovano and I. Velčić, Microscopical Justification of the Winterbottom Problem for Well-Separated Lattices (Submitted 2021). arXiv:2111.13604

J. E. Greene and A. Lobb, The Rectangular Peg Problem (2020). arXiv:2005.09193
(See also this Quanta Magazine article)

J. McCoy, G. Wheeler, and Y. Wu, Higher Order Curvature Flows of Plane Curves with Generalised Neumann Boundary Conditions (2020). PDF

J. A. McCoy, Contracting Self-Similar Solutions of Nonhomogeneous Curvature Flows (2020). PDF

J. A. McCoy, Contraction of Convex Hypersurfaces by Nonhomogeneous Functions of Curvature (2020). PDF

Lectures

OIST Presidential Lecture: "The Rectangular Peg Problem" by Andrew Lobb (2020/07/30) .
https://vimeo.com/444445868