Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Tuesday, January 24, 2006 12:01:44
Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Antonio, TX, January 12-15, 2006
Matthew Miller, AMS email@example.com
James J Tattersall, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
Links to abstracts will be available approximately one
week (for sectional meetings) to four weeks (for national
meetings) after the abstracts deadline.
- Svetlana Y. Jitomirskaya, University of California Irvine, Spectral properties of quasiperiodic operators: The competition between order and chaos.
- L\'aszlo Lov\'asz, Microsoft Research, Graph limits and graph homomorphisms.
- Herbert Edelsbrunner, Duke University, Persistent homology, diagrams, and vineyards.
- David Eisenbud, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Threads from My Life: Linear (good) Resolutions and Small (seductive) Varieties.
- Charles L. Fefferman, Princeton University, Whitney's extension problems.
- Mikhail Kapranov, Yale University, Riemann-Roch for determinantal gerbes and infinite-dimensional bundles.
- Hendrik W. Lenstra Jr., Universiteit Leiden, Entangled radicals, Part II.
- Hendrik W. Lenstra Jr., Universiteit Leiden, Entangled radicals, Part III.
- Hendrik W. Lenstra Jr., Universiteit Leiden, Entangled radicals, Part I.
- Dusa McDuff, SUNY at Stony Brook, Homotopy properties of Hamiltonian group actions.
- Michael A. Savageau, University of California Davis, Function, design, and evolution of gene circuitry.
Invited Addresses of Other Organizations
- Marc Chamberland, Grinnell College, The many faces of pi.
- Keith J. Devlin, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, The mathematics of everyday language.
- Naomi Fisher, University of Illinois at Chicago, Mathematicians and education reform: A cautionary tale.
- Ben Green, University of Bristol, Patterns of primes.
- Robert E. Megginson, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Participation in mathematics by American Indians: A case study in underrepresentation.
- Francis Edward Su, Harvey Mudd College, Preference Sets, Graphs, and Voting in Agreeable Societies.