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Scherk-like Translators for Mean Curvature Flow

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We prove existence and uniqueness for a two-parameter family of translators for mean curvature flow. We get additional examples by taking limits at the boundary of the parameter space. Some of the translators resemble well-known minimal surfaces (Scherk’s doubly periodic minimal surfaces, helicoids), but others have no minimal surface analogs. This is a joint work with David Hoffman and Brian White.

This talk is part of the Geometric Analysis and Partial Differential Equations seminar series.

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