The (Euclidean) isoperimetric inequality says that any set has larger perimeter than a ball with the same area. The quantitative isoperimetric inequality says that the difference in perimeters is bounded from below by the square of the distance from our set E to the "closest" ball of the same area.
You are here
The Riemannian Quantitative Isoperimetric Inequality
Max Engelstein, UMN
Thursday, December 12, 2019 - 1:30pm
In this talk, we will discuss an extension of this result to closed Riemannian manifolds with analytic metrics. In particular, we show that a similar inequality holds but with the distance raised to a power that depends on the geometry. We also have examples which show that a greater power than two is sometimes necessary and that the analyticity condition is necessary.
This is joint work with O. Chodosh (Stanford) and L. Spolaor (UCSD).