# Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses

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### Joint Mathematics Meetings

Atlanta, GA, January 5-8, 2005

Meeting #1003

Associate secretaries:

**Lesley M Sibner**, AMS lsibner@duke.poly.edu

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

**Andrea L. Bertozzi**, University of California Los Angeles, *Processing images with nonlinear PDEs.*
**Bernd Sturmfels**, University of California Berkeley, *Algebraic statistics.*

**Ingrid Daubechies**, Princeton University, *The interplay between analysis and algorithms.*
**Eleny Ionel**, University of Wisconsin, *Embedded curves and Gromov-Witten invariants.*
**Bruce A. Kleiner**, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, *Perelman's work on Ricci flow.*
**Robert K. Lazarsfeld**, University of Michigan, *How polynomials vanish: Singularities, integrals, and ideals, Part III: Global applications of multiplier ideals.*
**Robert K. Lazarsfeld**, University of Michigan, *How polynomials vanish: Singularities, integrals, and ideals, Part II: The local theory of multiplier ideals.*
**Robert K. Lazarsfeld**, University of Michigan, *How polynomials vanish: Singularities, integrals, and ideals, Part I: How many times does a polynomial vanish at a point?*
**Gunther Uhlmann**, University of Washington, *Travel time tomography, boundary rigidity, and the Dirichlet-to-Neumann map.*
**Avi Wigderson**, Institute for Advanced Study, *The power and weakness of randomness (when you are short on time).*
**Steven M. Zelditch**, Johns Hopkins University, *Random Complex Geometry, or How to count universes in string theory.*

**Georgia Benkart**, University of Wisconsin, Madison, *Square ice is very nice, but can you put a match to it?*
**Erik D. Demaine**, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, *Origami, linkages, and polyhedra: Folding with algorithms.*
**Fernando Q. Gouv\^ea**, Colby College, *What are p-adic numbers and what are they for?*
**Steven G. Krantz**, Washington University in St. Louis, *Symmetry in complex analysis.*
**Ravi D. Vakil**, Stanford University, *Given four lines in space, how many other lines meet all four?: The geometry, topology, and combinatorics behind linear algebra.*
**Robin J. Wilson**, The Open University, *Victorian combinatorics.*

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