Department of Mathematics, Princeton University
Office: Fine Hall 410
Email: lorenzos at princeton.edu
I am a fifth-year PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at Princeton University. My advisor is Fernando Codá Marques.
Here is my CV.
Research interests: Geometric Analysis, Minimal Surfaces, Geometric Flows.
Allen-Cahn construction of free boundary minimal hypersurfaces
(Joint with Martin Li and Davide Parise) in preparation
Boundary behavior of limit-interfaces for the Allen-Cahn equation on Riemannian manifolds with Neumann boundary condition
(Joint with Martin Li and Davide Parise) arXiv:2312.07210
Existence of closed embedded curves of constant curvature via min-max
(Joint with Douglas Stryker) arXiv:2306.04840
Optimal regularity for minimizers of the prescribed mean curvature functional over isotopies
(Joint with Douglas Stryker) arXiv:2304.02722
January 2024 | University of Copenhagen Geometry Seminar |
December 2023 | ETH Analysis Seminar |
December 2023 | UCSD Differential Geometry Seminar |
December 2023 | Caltech Geometry and Topology Seminar |
November 2023 | University of Chicago Geometric Analysis Seminar |
November 2023 | MIT Geometric Analysis Seminar |
November 2023 | Recent advances in geometric analysis at CIRM |
October 2023 | Rutgers University Geometric Analysis Seminar |
October 2023 | Rice University Geometry Seminar |
September 2023 | Cornell University Analysis and Geometric Analysis Seminar |
April 2023 | Princeton Graduate Student Seminar |
At Princeton University:
Fall 2023 | Teaching assistant for MAT 300: Multivariable Analysis I |
Spring 2023 | Precept instructor for MAT 175: Mathematics for Economics and Life Sciences |
Fall 2022 | Precept instructor for MAT 175: Mathematics for Economics and Life Sciences |
Spring 2022 | Precept instructor for MAT 201: Multivariable Calculus |
Fall 2021 | Precept instructor for MAT 201: Multivariable Calculus |
Spring 2021 | Teaching assistant for MAT 201: Multivariable Calculus |
Fall 2020 | Teaching assistant for MAT 300: Multivariable Analysis I |