AMS Meeting Invited Addresses
Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:09:20
1995 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Francisco, CA, January 4-7, 1995
Andy R Magid, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
Donovan H Van Osdol, MAA email@example.com
- Tomek Bartoszy\'nski, Boise State University, Cardinal invariants and Borel sets. (ASL)
- Lenore Blum, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, Computing over the reals.
- Jerry L. Bona, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Solitary waves, tsunamis, and sand bars.
- David A. Cox, Amherst College, The algebra of solving polynomial equations.
- James H. Curry, University of Colorado, Boulder, Endomorphisms and factorization of polynomials. (NAM)
- Joan Ferrini-Mundy, University of New Hampshire, Research and reform in the teaching and learning of caluclus: Progress and potential.
- Alexander B. Givental, University of California, Berkeley, Mirror symmetry: A bridge between singularity theory and symplectic topology.
- Valentina S. Harizanov, George Washington University, Recursive model theory: Examining computability in the theory of theories. (ASL)
- William A. Hawkins, University of the District of Columbia, Some perspectives about mathematics and under-represented American minorities. (NAM)
- David R. Hill, Temple University, Teaching linear algebra with technology: its impact.
- Jeff Kahn, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, Random matchings.
- Alexander S. Kechris, California Institute of Technology, A Glimm-Effros dichotomy for analytic equivalence relations and Ulm-type classifications. (ASL)
- Steffen Lempp, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Title to be announced. (ASL)
- John William Lott, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, How slow can heat flow?
- Andrew Majda, Princeton University, Turbulence, turbulent diffusion, and modern applied mathematics.
- Mario U. Martelli, California State University, Fullerton, Rolle's Theorem: Historical remarks, recent developments, a multidimensional version and a conjecture.
- Karen H. Parshall, University of Virginia, Applied pure mathematics: The case of J. J. Sylvester and invariant theory.
- Judith D. Sally, Northwestern University, Measuring Noetherian rings. (AWM)
- Doris J. Schattschneider, Moravian College, Ingenious mathematical amateurs: M. C. Escher (artist) and Marjorie Rice (homemaker).
- Leila Schneps, University of Besan\c con, France, New aspects of inverse Galois theory.
- Alexandra V. Shlapentokh, East Carolina University, Algebraic and Turing separability in rings. (ASL)
- Theodore A. Slaman, University of Chicago, Recursion theory and second order arithmetic. (ASL)
- John Smillie, Cornell University, Ithaca, Complex analytic dynamics in two dimensions.
- John Steel, University of California, Los Angeles, Recent results in core model theory. (ASL)
- Clifford H. Taubes, Harvard University, Mysteries in three dimensions.
- Clifford H. Taubes, Harvard University, Mysteries in four dimensions.
- Clifford H. Taubes, Harvard University, Mysteries in three and four dimensions.
- Karen Uhlenbeck, University of Texas, Austin, The geometric perspective in research.