The aim of this project is to understand singularities of the Ricci flow in four dimensions if we assume restrictions on the topology and / or geometry of the solutions we are considering.

In particular we will consider the cases:

- \(R\le \frac{c}{(T-t)^\alpha}\) for some small \(\alpha >0\),
- \(\int_M\mid R\mid^p<c\) for all \(t\in\left[0,T\right)\) for some fixed large \(p>0\),

where \(R\) denotes the scalar curvature.

Using estimates / results / ideas from previous works we aim to show that in certain cases this restricts the type of singularities that may occur as \(t\to T\).

## Publications

In this paper, we study the stability of the conical Kähler-Ricci flows on Fano manifolds. That is, if there exists a conical Kähler-Einstein metric with cone angle $2\pi\beta$ along the divisor, then for any $\beta'$ sufficiently close to $\beta$, the corresponding conical Kähler-Ricci flow converges to a conical Kähler-Einstein metric with cone angle $2\pi\beta'$ along the divisor. Here, we only use the condition that the Log Mabuchi energy is bounded from below. This is a weaker condition than the properness that we have adopted to study the convergence before. As corollaries, we give parabolic proofs of Donaldson's openness theorem and his existence conjecture for the conical Kähler-Einstein metrics with positive Ricci curvatures.

**Related project(s):****31**Solutions to Ricci flow whose scalar curvature is bounded in Lp.

In this paper, we study the limiting flow of conical Kähler-Ricci flows when the cone angles tend to $0$. We prove the existence and uniqueness of this limiting flow with cusp singularity on compact Kähler manifold $M$ which carries a smooth hypersurface $D$ such that the twisted canonical bundle $K_M+D$ is ample. Furthermore, we prove that this limiting flow converge to a unique cusp Kähler-Einstein metric.

Journal | Annali di Matematica Pura ed Applicata (1923 -) |

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**Related project(s):****31**Solutions to Ricci flow whose scalar curvature is bounded in Lp.

We consider the long-time behaviour of the mean curvature flow of spacelike hypersurfaces in the Lorentzian product manifold *M*×R, where *M* is asymptotically flat. If the initial hypersurface *F*0⊂*M*×R is uniformly spacelike and asymptotic to *M*×{*s*} for some *s*∈R at infinity, we show that the mean curvature flow starting at *F*0 exists for all times and converges uniformly to *M*×{*s*} as *t*→∞.

**Related project(s):****21**Stability and instability of Einstein manifolds with prescribed asymptotic geometry**29**Curvature flows without singularities**30**Nonlinear evolution equations on singular manifolds**31**Solutions to Ricci flow whose scalar curvature is bounded in Lp.

In this paper, we study the long-time behavior of modified Calabi flow to study the existence of generalized Kähler-Ricci soliton. We first give a new expression of the modified $K$-energy and prove its convexity along weak geodesics. Then we extend this functional to some finite energy spaces. After that, we study the long-time behavior of modified Calabi flow.

Journal | The Journal of Geometric Analysis |

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**Related project(s):****31**Solutions to Ricci flow whose scalar curvature is bounded in Lp.

In this paper, by providing the uniform gradient estimates for approximating equations, we prove the existence, uniqueness and regularity of conical parabolic complex Monge-Ampère equation with weak initial data. As an application, we obtain a regularity estimate, that is, any $L^{\infty}$-solution of the conical complex Monge-Ampère equation admits the $C^{2,\alpha,\beta}$-regularity.

Journal | Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations |

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**Related project(s):****31**Solutions to Ricci flow whose scalar curvature is bounded in Lp.

## Team Members

**Dr. Jiawei Liu**

Researcher

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

jiawei.liu(at)ovgu.de

** Wolfgang Meiser**

Doctoral student

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

wolfgang.meiser(at)ovgu.de

**Prof. Dr. Miles Simon**

Project leader

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

miles.simon(at)ovgu.de