Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Saturday, January 13, 2007 12:54:16
Joint Mathematics Meetings
New Orleans, LA, January 5-8, 2007 (Friday - Monday)
Susan J Friedlander, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
James J Tattersall, MAA email@example.com
Links to abstracts will be available approximately one
week (for sectional meetings) to four weeks (for national
meetings) after the abstracts deadline.
- Persi W. Diaconis, Stanford University, Statistics for smart people who don't know anything about statistics.
- Bryna R. Kra, Northwestern University, Dynamics of integer sets.
- Manjul Bhargava, Princeton University, Gauss composition and generalizations.
- Peter D. Lax, New York University-Courant Institute, Mathematics and physics. (AMS Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture)
- Andrei Okounkov, Princeton University, Limit shapes, real and imagined, I: Random surfaces around us. (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture I)
- Andrei Okounkov, Princeton University, Limit shapes, real and imagined, II: Algebraic geometry of random surfaces. (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture II)
- Andrei Okounkov, Princeton University, Limit shapes, real and imagined, III: Instantons, and how random surfaces count them. (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture III)
- Bjorn Poonen, University of California, Berkeley, Extensions of Hilbert's Tenth Problem.
- Victor S. Reiner, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota, New combinatorics from the invariant theory of reflection groups.
- Andras Vasy, Stanford University, Diffraction by edges.
- Margaret H. Wright, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, A Tale of Three Complexities: the Worst of Times, the Best of Times, the Spring of Hope.
Invited Addresses of Other Organizations
- Jerry L. Bona, University of Illinois at Chicago, Big waves on deep water.
- Jeffrey F. Brock, Brown University, The Genome Project for Three-Manifolds.
- Bradley Efron, Stanford University, Baseball, Shakespeare, and modern statistical theory.
- Della D. Fenster, University of Richmond, Mathematics: A Question of History. (MAA Student Lecture)
- Penny Haxell, University of Waterloo, Forming committees.
- Jan van Maanen, Utrecht University, The Bernoulli brothers in the arena of the early calculus.