Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Wednesday, April 13, 2005 08:32:22
Joint Mathematics Meetings
Atlanta, GA, January 5-8, 2005
Lesley M Sibner, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
James J Tattersall, MAA email@example.com
- 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.
Invited Addresses of Other Organizations
- 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.