Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:10:09
2000 Joint Mathematics Meetings
Washington, DC, January 19-22, 2000
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James J Tattersall, MAA email@example.com
- Brian Greene, Columbia University, Spacetime in string theory.
- George C. Papanicolaou, Stanford University, Stochastic differential equations in financial mathematics: From Black-Scholes to the present.
- Sun-Yung Alice Chang, Princeton University, Higher order elliptic equations in conformal geometry.
- Thomas C. Hales, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, The proof of the Kepler conjecture.
- Alexander R. Its, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, The Riemann-Hilbert Problem and Integrable Systems.
- Arthur M. Jaffe, Harvard University, Reflections and twists.
- Mikhail Lyubich, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Dynamics of quadratic polynomials.
- Curtis T. McMullen, Harvard University, Riemann surfaces in dynamics, topology, and arithmetic, Part III.
- Curtis T. McMullen, Harvard University, Riemann surfaces in dynamics, topology, and arithmetic, Part II.
- Curtis T. McMullen, Harvard University, Riemann surfaces in dynamics, topology, and arithmetic, Part I.
- Sir Roger Penrose, Oxford University, Physics, computability, and mentality.
Invited Addresses of Other Organizations
- Thomas F. Banchoff, Brown University, Interactive geometry on the Internet.
- Edward B. Burger, Williams College, The Y2.1K Problem: What can the research and teaching community do to inspire a song other than "Math Suks"?
- Wade Ellis, Jr., West Valley College, Mathematics and modeling.
- Ronald L. Graham, University of California at San Diego and A T \& T Labs, Combinatorics at the crossroads: Progress, problems and prospects.
- Karen H. Parshall, University of Virginia, Looking back: An historian's perspective on American mathematics.
- Carl Pomerance, Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies, Prime numbers: What we still don't know.