# AMS Meeting Invited Addresses

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### 1994 Joint Mathematics Meeting

Cincinnati, OH, January 12-15, 1994

Meeting #889

Associate secretaries:

**Robert J Daverman**, AMS daverman@math.utk.edu

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

#### Invited Addresses

**Deane E. Arganbright**, Whitworth College, *Mathematics and the ubiquitous spreadsheet: Visualization, conceptualizations, and applications.*
**Michael Artin**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Noncommutative projective geometry.*
**Georgia M. Benkart**, University of Wisconsin, Madison, *A tale of two groups.*
**Jean Bourgain**, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, *Harmonic analysis and nonlinear evolution equations.*
**Jean Bourgain**, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, *Harmonic analysis and nonlinear evolution equations.*
**Jean Bourgain**, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, *Harmonic analysis and nonlinear evolution equations.*
**William W. Dunham**, Muhlenberg College, *Euler's extraordinary sums.*
**Etta Z. Falconer**, Spelman College, *Challenges and opportunities for minorities in science and mathematics.*
**Ronald L. Graham**, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, *Comments about traditional lecture series at AMS meetings.*
**Jacques C. Hurtubise**, McGill University, *Particle configurations, instantons, and holomorphic maps.*
**James M. Hyman**, Los Alamos National Laboratory, *The fundamental role of solitons in nonlinear dispersive PDE's.*
**Neal Lane**, National Science Foundation, *Title to be announced.*
**Robert M. May**, Oxford University, England, *Necessity and chance: Deterministic chaos in ecology and evolution.*
**Steven G. Monk**, University of Washington, *What does it mean to understand a mathematical concept? It depends on your point of view.*
**Kenneth A. Ribet**, University of California, Berkeley, *Update on Fermat's Last Theorem.*
**Lesley M. Sibner**, Polytechnic University, *Analysis in gauge theory.* (AWM)
**Gilbert Strang**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Wavelets, filters, and unitary matrices.*
**James C. Turner, Jr.**, Ohio State University and Central State University, *A novel approach to turbulent modeling.* (NAM)
**Ruth J. Williams**, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, *Reflecting Brownian motions.*

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