Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:09:47
1998 Joint Mathematics Meetings
Baltimore, MD, January 7-10, 1998
Robert J Daverman, AMS email@example.com
Donovan H Van Osdol, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jonathan Alperin, University of Chicago, Problems in the representation theory of finite groups
- Haim Brezis, Universit\'e de Paris and Rutgers University, How to handle infinite energies.
- Gail F. Burrill, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, K--12 mathematics education in the twenty-first century.
- Kenneth A. Minihan, Director, National Security Agency, Title to be announced.
- Richard W. Riley, U. S. Secretary of Education, Title to be announced.
- Robert L. Bryant, Duke University, The idea of curvature for differential equations.
- Melvin Hochster, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Why Characteristic p is Better.
- Bradley Lucier, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, Nonlinear wavelet image processing.
- Prabhakar Raghavan, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, Randomized algorithms.
- Tudor Stefan Ratiu, University of California, Santa Cruz, Recent advances in geometric mechanics: Theory and applications.
- Gian-Carlo Rota, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Combinatorial snapshots.
- Gian-Carlo Rota, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Invariant theory, old and new.
- Gian-Carlo Rota, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Introduction to geometric probability.
- Edward Witten, Institute For Advanced Study, M Theory.
- Lai-Sang Young, University of California, Los Angeles, The speed of mixing in chaotic dynamical systems.
Invited Addresses of Other Organizations
- Thomas F. Banchoff, Brown University, Communicating visual mathematics: Illuminating mathematics via the Internet.
- Roger E. Howe, Yale University, Coincidences and connections: Some new and old results in Euclidean Geometry.
- James Propp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tilings, randomness, and undergraduate research.
- Alan H. Schoenfeld, University of California, Berkeley, Can we build a model of how and why teachers do what they do? And if so, why should we care?
- Marjorie Senechal, Smith College, They symmetry mystique.
- John Stillwell, Monash University, Australia, Some exceptional objects and their history.
- Herbert S. Wilf, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, New views of the idea of mathematical induction.