Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:09:29

Orlando, FL, January 10-13, 1996

Meeting #908

**Laszlo Babai**, University of Chicago and E\H otv\H os University, Hungary,*Having fun with linear algebra: Applications to combinatorics and geometry.***Robert L. Bryant**, Duke University,*Perspectives in the geometry of differential equations.***Peter A. Cholak**, University of Notre Dame,*Definability, automorphism, and the countably enumerable sets.*(ASL)**Henri Rene Darmon**, McGill University,*Pell's equation and elliptic curves: From Fermat to Wiles.***Randall Dougherty**, Ohio State University, Columbus,*Title to be announced.*(ASL)**Etta Z. Falconer**, Spelman College,*Creating opportunities for minorities in mathematics.***Joan Feigenbaum**, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey,*Games, complexity classes, and approximation algorithms.*(ASL)**Andrew J. Granville**, University of Georgia,*It's as easy as {\rm abc}.***Evelyn B. Granville**, University of Texas, Tyler,*Some perspectives about mathematics and mathematics education.*(NAM)**William C. Harris**, National Science Foundation,*Realities and expectations in a time of change.***Gregory Hjorth**, California Institute of Technology,*Glimm-Effros type dichotomies.*(ASL)**Kitty L. Holland**, Northern Illinois University,*Constructing strongly minimal sets via dimension functions.*(ASL)**Philip John Holmes**, Princeton University,*Ordinary differential equations which generate all knots and links.***Irving Kaplansky**, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley,*Rings and things.***Donald L. Kreider**, Dartmouth College,*Charting directions for a new century---A portrait of the MAA on its $100$th birthday.***Krystyna M. Kuperberg**, Auburn University, Auburn,*Vector fields, flows and invariant sets.***David E. Marker**, University of Illinois, Chicago,*Models of exponentiation.*(ASL)**William A. Massey**, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey,*The mathematics of queueing networks.*(NAM)**Robert Moses**, The Algebra Project, Boston, Massachusetts,*Ongoing dialogue on mathematics and public policy.***Kate Okikiolu**, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla,*Determinants of elliptic operators***Olga A. Oleinik**, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia,*On some homogenization problems for differential operators.*(AWM)**Janos Pach**, Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary,*Geometric graphs.***David L. Reed**, Duke University,*Title to be announced.*(ASL)**Linda Preiss Rothschild**, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla,*Geometry of real algebraic manifolds in complex space.***Peter W. Shor**, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey,*Quantum computation.***Richard A. Tapia**, Rice University,*Mathematics education and national concerns.***Steven Weinberg**, University of Texas, Austin,*Is field theory the answer? Is string theory the answer? What was the question?***Roger A. Wiegand**, University of Nebraska, Lincoln,*A century of syzygies.***Andrew J. Wiles**, Princeton University,*Modular forms, elliptic curves and Galois representations.***Andrew J. Wiles**, Princeton University,*Modular forms, elliptic curves and Galois representations.***Andrew J. Wiles**, Princeton University,*Modular forms, elliptic curves and Galois representations.*