AMS National Meeting Invited Addresses
Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:10:12
Mathematical Challenges of the 21st Century
Los Angeles, CA, August 6-12, 2000
Robert J Daverman, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
- James G. Arthur, University of Toronto, The principle of functoriality.
- Alexander A. Beilinson, University of Chicago, On the Geometric Langlands Conjecture.
- Michael V. Berry, University of Bristol, Wave asymptotics and borderland physics.
- Haim Brezis, University of Paris VI and Rutgers University, The interplay between analysis and topology in some nonlinear PDEs.
- Alain Connes, IHES and College de France, Noncommutative geometry.
- David L. Donoho, Stanford University, High-dimensional data analysis: The blessings and curses of dimensionality.
- Charles L. Fefferman, Princeton University, Unsolved problems of fluid mechanics.
- Michael H. Freedman, Microsoft Research, Quantum computation and modular functors.
- Ronald L. Graham, University of California at San Diego, Mathematics in the 21st century: Problems and prospects.
- Helmut H. W. Hofer, New York University - Courant Institute, Dynamical systems at the interface of symplectic geometry and three-dimensional topology.
- Richard M. Karp, International Computing Science Institute, Algorithmic challenges from genomics and molecular biology.
- Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University, On the analysis of geometric evolution equations.
- Maxim Kontsevich, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, Operads of little discs in algebra and topology.
- Peter D. Lax, Courant Institute, New York University, Mathematics and computing.
- Simon A. Levin, Princeton University, Ecosystems as complex adaptive systems.
- L\'aszl\'o Lov\'asz, Microsoft Research, Classical mathematics and new challenges.
- David Mumford, Brown University, Modeling perception and inference in intelligent systems.
- Peter Sarnak, Princeton University, Some problems in number theory and related analysis.
- Saharon Shelah, The Hebrew University and Rutgers University, Logical dreams.
- Peter W. Shor, AT\&T Labs, Quantum computation.
- Yakov G. Sinai, Princeton University, From renormalization in dynamics to renormalization in probability and statistical physics.
- Richard P. Stanley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Recent progress in algebraic combinatorics.
- Dennis P. Sullivan, The CUNY Graduate School, String topology.
- Clifford Taubes, Harvard University, Bliss and ignorance in 4-dimensions.
- Jean E. Taylor, Rutgers University, Mathematics and materials science.
- William P. Thurston, University of California - Davis, Three-dimensional topology and geometry.
- Karen Uhlenbeck, University of Texas at Austin, Geometric partial differential equations: From Hilbert's 23rd Problem to nonlinear waves.
- S. R. S. Varadhan, Courant Institute, New York University, Stochastic analysis and applications.
- Edward Witten, Institute for Advanced Study, The mathematical impact of quantum fields and strings.
- Shing-Tung Yau, Harvard University, Geometry and its relation to physics.