Convex rank 1 subsets of Euclidean buildings (of type A_2),
Geometriae Dedicata, 2008, Volume 131 (1), pp. 123-158;
Arxiv:
math.MG/0610947
This article contains the main result of my PhD thesis.
Building-like spaces, with Alexander Lytchak, Journal of
Mathematics of Kyoto University, 2007, Volume 46(4), pp. 789-804;
Arxiv:
math.MG/0410437.
In this paper, we study convex subsets of buildings, discuss some
structural features and
derive several characterizations of buildings.
Polygons with prescribed Gauss map in Hadamard spaces and Euclidean
buildings, Canadian
Mathematical Bulletin, 2006, Voume 49(3), pp. 321-336, Arxiv:
math.MG/0412050.
In this article, we classify the conditions under which configurations
on its boundary yield a polygon in the building X. For Hadamard spaces,
sufficient conditions are given.
Towards a Classification of CMC-1 Trinoids in hyperbolic space via
conjugate surfaces,
Kobe Journal of Mathematics, 2006, Volume 23, pp. 51-63;
Arxiv:
math.DG/0310397.
This paper merges the results
of Benoit
Daniel and my diploma thesis, and discusses to which extent
one can use conjugate minimal surfaces for a classification of CMC-1
trinoids in hyperbolic space.
Theses:
PhD thesis "On the interplay between the Tits boundary and the
interior of Hadamard spaces"diss.pdf
My thesis comprises "Convex rank 1 subsets ...", "Polygons ...", and
some results on convex rank 1
subsets of SL(3)/SO(3).
Summer School on Commutative Formal Groups (Sept. 03)
Together with Kristian Bruening and Fridolin Roth, I presented
connections between formal group theory and topology. My talk covered
BP-Homology. The handout also contains a
section about
Landweber's classification of cohomology operations on MU, which I
didn't present in the talk.
The handout is in German.
Kristian Bruening wrote a handout about his introductory talk,
too. The talk covered (among other topics) generalised homology theories,
spectra, and how
one obtains a formal group law from a generalised homology theory.
If you are interested in the handout, feel free to contact him under
"kbruenin AT mathematik . uni - bielefeld . de".
Seminar: "Ausgewählte Kapitel der Gruppen- und
Darstellungstheorie" (Prof. Neeb, TU Darmstadt, WS 01/02, in
German and in the order in which the talks were given; not all given
talks are listed)
Homogene Räume und
Bahnräume von Lie-Gruppen (Christoph Müller), contains
the second part of the introductory chapter mentioned above and covers
homogenous spaces. Some of
this material is used in my text.
Transformationsgruppen (my
seminar topic), discusses the action of a Lie group on a manifold (and
the connections to its "differential", a so-called infintesimal
transformation group).
Primzahlnachweis mit Hilfe elliptischer
Kurven:
Handout for a talk in a seminar on elliptic curves: This talk was
about ECPP (the
primality proving algorithm that uses elliptic curves); includes some
material on pseudoprime-tests. (In german) (2000)
Pseudoprimes and elliptic curve primality proving (ECPP):
Handout for a talk in the student seminar at tulane. Includes a brief
introduction to elliptic curves; the coverage of ECPP is less
detailed than in the text above. (2001)