This is the schedule, including slides, of the meeting that took place Friday March 22nd to Sunday March 24th 2019. The meeting was organized by Alex Austin and Sylvester Eriksson-Bique.
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Friday March 22nd:
3:00pm Mario Bonk, The quasiconformal geometry of the continuum trees.
3:30pm Marie A. Snipes, Embedding a snowflake metric space into Euclidean space.
4:00pm Jaroslaw M Kwapizs, Conformal Dimension via p-Resistance: Sierpinski Carpet. Slides to be uploaded.
4:30pm Rebekah Jones, Modulus of sets of finite perimeter and quasiconformal maps between metric spaces of globally Q-bounded geometry.
5:00pm Gareth Speight, A Cm Whitney Extension Theorem for Horizontal Curves in the Heisenberg Group.
5:30pm Svitlana Mayboroda, Interplay between scale invariant estimates in Analysis and PDEs. Board talk.
Saturday March 23rd:
9:00am Marianna Csornyei, The Kakeya needle problem for rectifiable sets.
9:30am Zihui Zhao, A two-phase harmonic measure problem via excess decay and singular integrals.
10:00am A Dali Nimer, Singularities of uniformly asymptotically doubling measures.
10:30am Annina Iseli, Dimension and projections in normed spaces.
2:00pm Volodymyr Nekrashevych, Orbispace uniformizations of sub-hyperbolic maps and their iterated monodromy groups.
2:30pm Adi Glucksam, Growth of measurably entire functions and related questions.
3:00pm Mikhail Hlushchanka, Tiling approach tot he study of iterated monodromy groups.
3:30pm Sara Maloni, Induced metric on convex sets spanning quasicircles in hyperbolic and anti-de Sitter space.
4:00pm Tullia Dymarz, Quasiconformal and biLipschitz maps on boundaries of negatively curved homogeneous spaces.
Sunday March 24th:
9:00am Angelynn Alvarez, Holomorphic Sectional Curvature of Projectivized Vector Bundles over Compact Complex Manifolds.
9:30am Eden Prywes, Characterization of Branched Covers with Simplicial Branch Sets.
10:00am Mariana Smit Vega Garcia, The fractional unstable obstacle problem.
10:30am Silvia Ghinassi, Higher order rectifiability via Reifenberg theorems for sets and measures.