SAGE: Symposia on Analysis of Geometric Evolution


SAGE is the name of a sequence of five annual workshops designed to integrate research, graduate education, and undergraduate outreach. Each workshop focuses on geometric evolution equations and their applications.


The fifth (and final) SAGE workshop will take place January 11-12, 2012 at the University of Texas at Austin. Its topics will be:

Mean curvature flow and its stationary solutions


Please see the links below for schedules of the research, graduate education, and undergraduate outreach components of the workshop:


Research Component

Graduate Component

Outreach Component


Confirmed participants:


Christine Breiner (MIT)

Jacob Bernstein (Stanford)

Hoeskuldur Halldorsson (MIT)

John Head (Courant)

Rob Kusner (Massachusetts)

Thomas Mettler (MSRI)

Kristen Moore (Max Planck)

Xuan Hien Nguyen (Iowa State)

Leili Shahriyari (Johns Hopkins)


Information for participants:


·         Confirmed participants should make their (prepaid) hotel reservations here.


·         Other information can be found at the links below:


Austin-Bergstrom Airport

Using public transportation in Austin

Finding the math department

Campus building maps

Places to eat near campus



SAGE is supported by the National Science Foundation (CAREER award DMS-0545984).

Invited participants will be reimbursed for travel, hotel, and daily expenses, up to a prearranged maximum.


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