Wenkui Du

Department of Mathematics
University of Toronto
40 St. George St., Room 6290
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2E4

I am completed my PhD in geometric analysis at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Robert (Bob) Haslhofer. My main research interests include geometric flows and minimal surfaces. During 2023-2024 year I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto and my mentor is Professor Yevgeny Liokumovich. Since 2024, I will be Moore Instructor at MIT and my mentors are Professor Tobias Colding and Professor William Minicozzi.

Publications and preprints

  • Flatness of anisotropic minimal graphs in R^{n+1}. (joint with Yang Yang)
    arXiv: 2311.00166

  • Spectral quantization for ancient asymptotically cylindrical flows. (joint with Jingze Zhu)
    arXiv: 2211.02595

  • Classification of bubble-sheet ovals in R^4. (joint with Beomjun Choi, Panagiota Daskalopoulos, Robert Haslhofer and Natasa Sesum)
    arXiv: 2209.04931

  • A nonexistence result for rotating mean curvature flows in R^4. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)
    arXiv: 2208.14280

  • Hearing the shape of ancient noncollapsed flows in R^4, Comm. Pure Appl. Math. (to appear). (joint with Robert Haslhofer)
    arXiv: 2107.04443

  • On uniqueness and nonuniqueness of ancient ovals. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)
    arXiv: 2105.13830

  • The blowdown of ancient noncollapsed mean curvature flows. (joint with Robert Haslhofer)
    arXiv: 2106.04042


  • MAT235: Multivariable Caculus (Fall 2023 to Spring 2024)

Seminar Information:

  • Students Geometry and Analysis Seminar at University of Toronto