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Prof. Dr. Alexander Lytchak

Project leader


Universität Köln

E-mail: alytchak(at)math.uni-koeln.de
Telephone: +49 221 470-5709
Homepage: http://www.mi.uni-koeln.de/~alytchak/

Publications within SPP2026

We study the intrinsic structure of parametric minimal discs in metric spaces admitting a quadratic isoperimetric inequality. We associate to each minimal disc a compact, geodesic metric space whose geometric, topological, and analytic properties are controlled by the isoperimetric inequality. Its geometry can be used to control the shapes of all curves and therefore the geometry and topology of the original metric space. The class of spaces arising in this way as intrinsic minimal discs is a natural generalization of the class of Ahlfors regular discs, well-studied in analysis on metric spaces

 

JournalGeom. Topol.
Volume22
Pages591-644
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Related project(s):
24Minimal surfaces in metric spaces

We prove that a proper geodesic metric space has non-positive curvature in the sense of Alexandrov if and only if it satisfies the Euclidean isoperimetric inequality for curves. Our result extends to non-geodesic spaces and non-zero curvature bounds.

 

JournalActa Math.
Volume221
Pages159-202
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Link to published version

Related project(s):
24Minimal surfaces in metric spaces

We show that the class of CAT(0) spaces is closed under suitable conformal changes. In particular, any CAT(0) space admits a large variety of non-trivial deformations.

 

JournalMath. Ann.
VolumeOnline First
Link to preprint version

Related project(s):
24Minimal surfaces in metric spaces

We study geometric and topological properties of locally compact, geodesically complete spaces with an upper curvature bound. We control the size of singular subsets, discuss homotopical and measure-theoretic stratifications and regularity of the metric structure on a large part.

 

JournalGeom. Funct. Anal.
VolumeTo appear
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Related project(s):
24Minimal surfaces in metric spaces

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