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Gabriel Pallier


KIT
Fakultät für Mathematik
Institut für Algebra und Geometrie



Office: 1.022

E-mail: name.surname A kit.edu


Français


Presentation

Postdoc in mathematics at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology, working in the Metric Geometry team with JProf. Claudio Llosa Isenrich. Previously I was in Sorbonne université in Paris, and before that in Fribourg and Pisa (ERC Geomeg). I wrote a PhD dissertation (defended in 2019) realized under the supervision of Prof. Pierre Pansu, and motivated by the work and questions of Yves Cornulier, in the Université Paris-Saclay (Orsay, France).

Here is a cv, and an academic family picture.


Research

Interests Geometric group theory, and especially the large-scale geometry of connected Lie groups and their lattices. I have local interests in Riemannian geometry, and in dynamics on homogeneous spaces as well. Here is a research statement and scientific project: short version.

Publications and preprints

Theses

Some selected presentations and posters

  • [slides] Sublinear coarse structures and Lie groups (YGGT Lightning talk, 2021)
  • [notes, Slides] Dehn functions of nilpotent groups
  • [slides (long)] Géométrie à grande échelle des groupes de Lie de courbure négative (Marseille, 2019).
  • [slides (short)] Sublinearly quasisymmetric homeomorphisms (Jyväskylä, 2019).
  • [poster] Large-scale sublinearly Lipschitz geometry of hyperbolic spaces (Rennes 2017)
  • [poster] Invariants for sublinear bilipschitz equivalence (Oxford 2019).

Some presentations of my research to a general mathematical audience

Reviews for Zentralblatt and Mathematical Reviews (the latter requires access to MathSciNet).

Translation and notes on P. Pansu's Carnot-Carathéodory metrics and quasiisometries of rank one symmetric spaces.

Teaching

Almost all the teaching material I produced is available only in French and can be found on the French version of this webpage.

Other mathematical writings

Includes some writings in French.

Gallery

Geodesic flow on a homogeneous space

Uniform polyhedra and polytopes

Nilpotent Lie algebras of small dimension (better on a large screen)


Société mathématique de France.
Revue de presse d'Image des maths (mensuelle).
Femmes et maths.
MATh.en.JEANS.

Last update: November 22nd, 2022.