# AMS Meeting Invited Addresses

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### 1991 Joint Mathematics Meetings

San Francisco, CA, January 16-19, 1991

Meeting #863

Associate secretaries:

**Andy R Magid**, AMS amagid@ou.edu

**Kenneth A Ross**, MAA ross@math.uoregon.edu

#### Invited Addresses

**Sir Michael F. Atiyah**, Master of Trinity College, England, *The mysteries of space.*
**Alexandra Bellow**, Northwestern University, *Almost everywhere convergence: The case for the ergodic viewpoint.* (AWM)
**Shiing S. Chern**, University of California, Berkeley, *Characteristic forms.*
**Harold M. Edwards**, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, *What was Abel's theorem?*
**Rebecca A. Herb**, University of Maryland, College Park, *Harish-Chandra and his work.*
**Maria M. Klawe**, University of British Columbia, *Matrix searching and its applications.*
**Robert D. MacPherson**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Title to be announced.*
**Robert D. MacPherson**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Title to be announced.*
**Robert D. MacPherson**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Title to be announved.*
**Jill P. Mesirov**, Thinking Machines Corporation., *The N-body problem: Where parallel algorithms, graph theory, and fluid dynamics meet.*
**Carlos Moreno**, Bernard M. Baruch College, City University of New York, *Algebraic curves and error correcting codes from a modern point of view.*
**Frank Morgan**, Williams College and Institute for Advanced Study, *Compound soap bubbles, shortest networks, and minimal surfaces.*
**George Daniel Mostow**, Yale University, *From Coxeter diagrams to Kummer identies.*
**Kenneth A. Ribet**, University of California, Berkeley, *Two-dimensional modular representations of the Galois group of Q.*
**Christel Rotthaus**, Michigan State University, *Some nonstandard construction methods for local noetherian rings.*
**Hector J. Sussmann**, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, *Recent results and open problems in deterministic nonlinear control theory.*
**Uri Treisman**, Swarthmore College, *Developing the next generation of mathematicians.*
**Floyd L. Williams**, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, *An analogue of Huber's formula for Riemann's zeta function.*

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