Andreas' Bernig online Colloquium: "The Weyl principle in pseudo-riemannian geometry"

Antonio Lerario lerario at
Fri May 15 21:39:39 CEST 2020

Dear all,

this is to announce our next seminar from the SISSA Mathematical Glimpses,
the mathematical online colloquia hosted by our department:

Speaker: Andreas Bernig (Frankfurt)
Title: The Weyl principle in pseudo-riemannian geometry Date and venue: May
20 at 4pm,
Meeting ID: 946 5689 7571

Abstract: The classical Weyl principle states that the coefficients of the
volume of a tube around a compact submanifold in euclidean space are
invariants of the intrinsic metric. Using the language of valuations and
curvature measures on manifolds, they give rise to the intrinsic volumes
and Lipschitz-Killing curvature measures. In a recent joint work with
D.Faifman (Montreal) and G. Solanes (Barcelona) we extend the theory to
pseudo-riemannian manifolds and more generally to signature changing
metrics, where we prove a generalization of the Weyl principle.

You can find the list of the forthcoming talk of this series at this link:

See you online!

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