# Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses

Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:09:56

Program |
Deadlines |
Inquiries: meet@ams.org

### 1999 Joint Mathematics Meetings

San Antonio, TX, January 13-16, 1999

Meeting #939

Associate secretaries:

**Susan J Friedlander**, AMS susan@math.northwestern.edu

**James J Tattersall**, MAA tat@providence.edu

**Jennifer T. Chayes**, Microsoft Research, *Phase Transitions in Probability Theory and Computer Science.*
**Joan Feigenbaum**, AT\& T Labs, *Massive graphs: Algorithms, applications, and open problems.*

**Andrea L. Bertozzi**, Duke University, *Undercompressive shocks in thin film flow.*
**Helmut H. Hofer**, Courant Institute, *Symplectic geometry from a dynamical systems point of view: {III}.*
**Helmut H. Hofer**, Courant Institute, *Symplectic geometry from a dynamical systems point of view: {II}.*
**Helmut H. Hofer**, Courant Institute, *Symplectic geometry from a dynamical systems point of view: {I}.*
**Aise Johan de Jong**, MIT, *Alterations in Algebraic Geometry.*
**Nancy J. Kopell**, Boston University, *We got rhythm: Dynamical systems of the nervous system.*
**Sorin Popa**, University of California Los Angeles, *Combinatorics and analysis in the theory of subfactors.*
**Chuu-Lian Terng**, Northeastern University, *Geometry of soliton equations.*
**Cumrun Vafa**, Harvard University, *Geometric physics.*
**Alan D. Weinstein**, University of California, Berkeley, *Midpoints.*

**Jonathan M Borwein**, Simon Fraser University, *Experimental Mathematics: Insight from Computation.*
**John H Conway**, Princeton University, *The Symmetries of Things: Real and Conceptual.*
**Edward G. Dunne**, American Mathematical Society, *Pianos and Continued Fractions.*
**John Fauvel**, The Open University, *The History of Mathematics and its Future.*
**Jeremy Kilpatrick**, University of Georgia, *The Role of Research in Improving School Mathematics.*
**Jean Pedersen**, Santa Clara University, *Extending and generalizing the Pascal Triangle: An interplay of algebra and geometry.*
**Rodica Simion**, The George Washington University, *Convex Polytopes and Partially Ordered Sets.*

**Invited Addresses of Other Organizations**

MAA Online
Inquiries: meet@ams.org