Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
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Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Diego, CA, January 6-9, 2008 (Sunday - Wednesday)
Meeting #1035
Associate secretaries: Michel L Lapidus , AMS lapidus@math.ucr.edu , lapidus@mathserv.ucr.edu
James J Tattersall , MAA tat@providence.edu
Links to abstracts will be available approximately one
week (for sectional meetings) to four weeks (for national
meetings) after the abstracts deadline.
Fan Chung , University of California San Diego, The mathematics of PageRank.
Terence Tao , University of California Los Angeles, Structure and randomness in the prime numbers.
James G. Arthur , University of Toronto, Semisimple groups as universal examples. (AMS Retiring Presidential Address)
Constantine M. Dafermos , Brown University, Progress in Hyperbolic Conservation Laws.
Wen-Ching Winnie Li , Pennsylvania State University, Combinatorics and Number Theory.
Donald G. Saari , University of California Irvine, A new mathematical frontier: The social and behavioral sciences.
Peter Teichner , University of California Berkeley, Quantum field theory and generalized cohomology.
Wendelin Werner , University of Paris-Sud, Random conformally invariant pictures (Part I). (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture I)
Wendelin Werner , University of Paris-Sud, Random conformally invariant pictures (Part II). (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture II)
Wendelin Werner , University of Paris-Sud, Random conformally invariant pictures (Part III). (AMS Colloquium Lecture: Lecture III)
Avi Wigderson , Institute for Advanced Study, Randomness---A computational complexity view. (AMS Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture)
J. Brian Conrey , The American Institute of Mathematics, The Riemann Hypothesis. (MAA Lecture for Students)
John H. Conway , Princeton University, Three-dimensional crystallographic groups: The thirty-five prime space groups.
Carl C. Cowen , Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, The teaching-technology linkage in mathematics. (MAA Retiring Presidential Address)
Paul H. Edelman , Vanderbilt University, Mathematics and the law: The apportionment of the House of Representatives.
Karen H. Parshall , University of Virginia, 4000 years of algebra: An historic tour from BM 13901 to \em{Moderne Algebra}.
Carl Pomerance , Dartmouth College, The covering congruences of Paul Erdös.
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