Event time:

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 4:15pm

Location:

DL 431

Speaker:

Jenya Sapir

Speaker affiliation:

Binghamton

Event description:

I will talk about joint work of Athreya, Lalley, Wroten and myself. Given a hyperbolic surface S, a typical long geodesic arc will divide the surface into many polygons. We give statistics for the geometry of a typical tessellation. Along the way, we look at how very long geodesic arcs behave in very small balls on the surface.

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