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Convexity estimate for translating solitons of concave fully nonlinear extrinsic geometric flows in $\mathbb{R}^{n+1}$

@inproceedings{Santaella2021ConvexityEF,
  title={Convexity estimate for translating solitons of concave fully nonlinear extrinsic geometric flows in \$\mathbb\{R\}^\{n+1\}\$},
  author={Jose Torres Santaella},
  year={2021}
}
The main result of this paper is a convexity estimate for translating solitons of extrinsic geometric flows which evolve under a 1-homogeneous concave function in the principal curvatures. In addition, we show examples of these hypersurfaces in R for particular functions. 

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