# Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses

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### 1992 Joint Mathematics Meetings

Baltimore, MD, January 8-11, 1992

Meeting #871

Associate secretaries:

**Lance W Small**, AMS lwsmall@ucsd.edu

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

**Joan S. Birman**, Columbia University, *A new look at knot polynomials.*
**I. M. Singer**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *The current interface of geometry and elementary particle physics.*
**J. Ernest Wilkins, Jr.**, Clark Atlanta University, *Optimization for extended services for heat transfer.*

**William Browder**, Princeton University, *In search of symmetry.*
**Yakov M. Eliashberg**, Stanford University, *On the border of symplectic geometry and complex analysis.*
**Michael E. Fisher**, University of Maryland, College Park, *Approaching the limit: Mathematics and myth in statistical physics.*
**I. Gelfand**, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, *Title to be announced.*
**Robert P. Langlands**, Institute for Advanced Study, *Finite models for percolation.*
**Robert P. Langlands**, Institute for Advanced Study, *Automorphic forms and Hasse-Weil zeta-functions.*
**Robert P. Langlands**, Institute for Advanced Study, *Automorphic forms and Hasse-Weil zeta-functions.*
**Marina Ratner**, University of California, Berkeley, *Lie groups and ergodic theory.*
**Walter Rudin**, University of Wisconsin, Madison, *Holomorphic maps from C^n to C^n.*
**Michael Shearer**, North Carolina State University, *Waves in elastic-plastic materials.*

**Lida K. Barrett**, Mississippi State University, *Mathematics goes public.*
**David Carlson**, San Diego State University, San Diego, *Teaching linear algebra: Must the fog always roll in?*
**Ingrid Daubechies**, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey and Rutgers University, New Brunswick, *Wavelets making waves in mathematics and engineering.*
**James W. Demmel**, University of California, Berkeley, *Linear algebra, geometry, and supercomputing.*
**Jeffrey Shallit**, University of Waterloo, *Real numbers with bounded partial quotients.*
**Harold Stevenson**, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, *Problems in Mathematics: East Asian and the United States.*

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