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Yoshihiro Tonegawa – From soap films to black holes – Exploring the mathematics of minimal surfaces

FACES: Tokyo Tech Researchers, Issue 42

Yoshihiro Tonegawa - From soap films to black holes - Exploring the mathematics of minimal surfaces, FACES: Tokyo Tech Researchers, Issue 42

Using mean curvature flow to solve the conundrum of time evolution of curved surfaces. Professor Yoshihiro Tonegawa of the Department of Mathematics, School of Science is a leading researcher on mean curvature flow, applying its concepts to explore the mathematics field known as geometric measure theory.

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