Keti Tenenblat. MathSciNet According to our current on-line database, Keti Tenenblat has 23 students and 25 descendants. We welcome any additional. Tenenblat obtained her MSc () at the Univ. of Michigan and PhD () at the Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro. She has served in. Mathematical Sciences Research Institute. Create MSRI Account · Login to MSRI Account · Forgot Password? Home · About Us · Our Mission · Our History.
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In honour of Professor Keti Tenenblat for her 65th birthday. The conference was held on the occasion of Professor Keti Tenenblat’s 65th birthday in recognition of her contribution to the interaction between differential geometry and partial differential equations.
Keti Tenenblat is one of the most active Brazilian researchers in differential geometry, whose high-level scientific work has been documented by her extensive and consistent list of relevant publications, including books and research papers in scientific journals.
During her tenfnblat program, under the supervision of S. Chern at the University of California, Berkeley, she started her study of the interplay between differential geometry and differential equations.
Her prestige in the Brazilian and in the international scientific community, together with her dynamism, has demanded her collaboration on various scientific activities. She became a member of the Editorial Board of Results in Mathematics, as well as a reviewer of a large number of international journals. In recognition of her work, for several years, she was nominated by the Brazilian mathematical community as Coordinator of Mathematics, and as member of the Advisory Committees of the two main Brazilian scientific agencies, namely of the Ministry of Education and of the Ministry of Science and Technology.
The presence of so many of her students and collaborators was impressive.
The conference lectures were given by invited Brazilian and foreign speakers, and the presented research results focused on Differential Geometry and Partial Differential Equations. The meeting was an opportunity for tenennlat interaction among the participants and an occasion to appreciate the importance of Keti Tenenblat’s academic-scientific trajectory.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for the conference from the following institutions:.
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This is part of a minimal surface in Euclidean space associated to a catenoid tenenblxt a Ribaucour transformation. This surface is an example of the families of minimal surfaces obtained in the paper by Corro, A. JMM Exhibition – This is part of a constant mean curvature surface in Euclidean space associated to an onduloid by a Ribaucour transformation.
This surface is an example of the families of constant mean curvature surfaces obtained in the paper by Corro, A.
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Copyright c Sitename. Conference on Differential Geometry and Partial differential equations. Home Talks Participants Publications Contact. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for the teneenblat from the following institutions: JMM Exhibition – This is part of a constant mean curvature surface in Euclidean space associated to an onduloid by a Ribaucour transformation.