There is
grandeur in this view of life, with its several powers,
having been originally breathed into a few forms or into
one; and that, whilst this planet has gone cycling on
according to the fixed law of gravity, from so simple a
beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful
have been, and are being, evolved.
C. R. Darwin, The Origin of Species

Professor of
Mathematics
University
of Texas at Austin/ Mathematics
Department
My research interests are in the Calculus of Variations
and Geometric Measure Theory.
In this homepage you can
find my curriculum vitae and
the list of my
publications, including some
lecture notes and
some videos and slides.
During Fall 2017 I am teaching
M361 Theory of Functions of One Complex
Variable UN 54390
M346 Applied Linear Algebra UN 54355
See Canvas
for the classes websites
On 2529 June 2018 I will give 6
introductory lectures on GMT
at the JISD
in Barcelona
maggi(at)math(dot)utexas(dot)edu
Some recent papers
Alexandrov's
theorem revisited
joint work with Matias
Delgadino
Quantitative isoperimetry à la LévyGromov
joint work with Fabio
Cavaletti and Andrea Mondino
Bubbling with L2 almostconstant mean curvature
and an Alexandrovtype theorem for crystals
joint work with Matias
Delgadino, Cornelia
Mihaila and Robin
Neumayer

Sets
of
Finite Perimeter and Geometric Variational Problems
An Introduction to Geometric Measure Theory
(ISBN 9781107021037)
Remarks, misprints and errata
