an:07177744
Zbl 07177744
Pal, Abhijit; Sardar, Pranab
Geometric group theory and hyperbolic geometry: recent contributions from Indian mathematicians
EN
Indian J. Pure Appl. Math. 50, No. 3, 767-777 (2019).
00447623
2019
j
53C23 22E 20F65
hyperbolic groups; Cannon-Thurston maps
Summary: Geometric group theory emerged as a distinct branch of mathematics through the seminal work of Gromov [25] in 1987 and since then it has been a very active area of research intermingling with many other fields of mathematics. This paper is a survey of contributions made in the past decade in Geometric group theory by the Indian mathematicians.