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Complex Analysis, Dynamics and Geometry

Date:  Monday, November 13, 2017
Location:  3096 East Hall (4:00 PM to 5:00 PM)

Title:  An upper bound on the asymptotic translation length on the curve complex

Abstract:   The curve graph of a closed surface is a simplicial complex where the vertices are simple closed curves and edges are curves that are disjoint. A pseudo-Anosov map induces a map from the curve graph to itself, and a basic question is to study the asymptotic translation length which is known to be a non-zero rational number. I will give an introduction on prior works on the study of this asymptotic translation length, and present an improved upper bound for the asymptotic translation length for pseudo-Anosov maps inside a fibered cone, which generalizes the previous result on sequences with small translation length on curve graphs by Kin and Shin. This is a joint work by Hyungryul Baik and Hyunshik Shik.

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Speaker:  Chenxi Wu
Institution:  Rutgers

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