Joint Mathematics Meetings

(For updated locations, see the timetable; All locations are subject to change)

Activities of Other Organizations

Included below are scientific sessions. Several organizations or special groups are having receptions or other social events. Please see Social Events for details.

Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL)

This two-day program on Friday and Saturday will include sessions of contributed papers as well as Invited Addresses by John Baldwin, University of Illinois at Chicago; Johanna Franklin, University of Connecticut; C. Ward Henson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Julia Knight, University of Notre Dame; Roman Kossak, CUNY Graduate Center; and Dima Sinapova, University of California Irvine.

See also the session cosponsored by the ASL, On the Life and Legacy of Alan Turing, on Wednesday and Thursday in AMS Special Sessions.

Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

Thirty-Third Annual Emmy Noether Lecture, Thursday, 10:05 a.m., will be given by Barbara Lee Keyfitz, Ohio State University, Conservation laws--Not exactly à la Noether.

Also see the session on Nonlinear Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations, jointly sponsored by the AWM, in AMS Special Sessions.

Maintaining an Active Research Career Through Collaboration, Wednesday, 2:15 p.m.-3:40 p.m. This panel discussion is organized by Christina Sormani, CUNY and Lehman College, and Ami Radunskaya, Pomona College. Just before the panel, AWM will recognize the honorees of the Alice T. Schafer Prize for Excellence in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Woman. Note that formal prizewinner announcements are made at the Joint Prize Session on Thursday afternoon.

AWM Business Meeting, Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m.

Workshop, Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. With funding from the National Security Agency, AWM will conduct its workshop for women graduate students and women who have received the Ph.D. within the last five years. Twenty women mathematicians are selected in advance of this workshop to present their research; graduate students will present posters, and the recent Ph.D.s will give 20-minute talks. At 1:00 p.m. there is a panel discussion on Career Options: Industry, Government, and Academic, moderated by Alissa Crans, Loyola Marymount University, with panelists Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft Research; Melissa Choi, MIT Lincoln Laboratory; Navah Langmeyer, National Security Agency, and Peter March, Ohio State University. All mathematicians (female and male) are invited to attend the entire program. Departments are urged to help graduate students and recent Ph.D.s who do not receive funding to obtain some institutional support to attend the workshop and other meeting sessions. Updated information about the workshop is available at www.awm-math.org/workshops.html. AWM seeks volunteers to lead discussion groups and act as mentors for workshop participants. If you are interested, please contact the AWM office; inquiries regarding future workshops may be made to the office at awm@awm-math.org.

Reception, Wednesday, 9:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m. See the listing in Social Events.

National Association of Mathematicians (NAM)

Granville-Brown-Haynes Session of Presentations by Recent Doctorial Recipients in the Mathematical Sciences, Friday, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Cox-Talbot Address, to be given Friday after the banquet, 7:15 p.m., by Sylvia Bozeman, Spellman University, Creating Mathematical Scientists Among the Underrepresented

Panel Discussion, Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m., Themes on the Undergraduate Preparation of Contemporary Mathematics Graduate Students

Business Meeting, Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.

Claytor-Woodward Lecture, Saturday, 1:00 p.m., Aderemi Oluyomi Kuku, Grambling State University, Profinite (Continuous) Equivariant Higher Algebraic K-theory for the Action of Algebraic Groups

See details about the banquet on Friday in Social Events.

National Science Foundation (NSF)

The NSF will be represented at a booth in the exhibit area. NSF staff members will be available to provide counsel and information on NSF programs of interest to mathematicians. The booth is open the same days and hours as the exhibits. Times that staff will be available will be posted at the booth.

Pi Mu Epsilon (PME)

Council Meeting, Friday, 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium (RMMC)

Board of Directors Meeting, Friday, 2:15 p.m.-4:10 p.m.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

This program consists of an Invited Address at 11:10 a.m. on Thursday given by Edriss S. Titi, University of California-Irvine and The Weizmann Institute of Science, Navier-Stokes, Euler, and other relevant equations, and a series of Minisymposia on these topics by these organizers:

Probabilistic Combinatorics, Jacob Fox, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Po-Shen Loh , Carnegie Mellon University; Wednesday morning.

Vistas in Applied, Computational, and Discrete Mathematics, Zuhair Nashed, University of Central Florida, and Luminita Vese, University of California Los Angeles; Wednesday afternoon

Computational Geometry, Suresh Venkatasubramanian, University of Utah; Thursday morning

Sparsity in Inverse Problems and Signal Processing, Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna; Thursday afternoon

Applied Math Outreach, Bringing Relevance to Middle and High School Math Experience, Peter Turner, Clarkson University; Friday morning

Applied, Computational, and Discrete Mathematics at National Laboratories and Federal Research Agencies, Luminita Vese, University of California Los Angeles, and Zuhair Nashed, University of Central Florida; Friday afternoon

Recent Advances in Fluid Dynamics and Turbulence Models, Edriss S. Titi, University of California-Irvine and The Weitzmann Institute of Science; Saturday morning

Variational and PDE Methods in Imaging Science, Luminita Vese, University of California Los Angeles; Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna; and Alexandru Tamasan, University of Central Florida; Saturday afternoon

Forum for Community Input on the Proposed NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences Name Change, Friday, 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  This session provides an opportunity for members of the community to provide their views to representatives of the National Science foundation on the proposal to change the name of the of the division of Mathematical Sciences to the Division of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. Sponsored by the MAA, AMS, and SIAM.

Young Mathematicians Network (YMN)

Open Forum, Thursday, 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., organized by Joshua D. Laison, Willamette University, and Thomas Wakefield, Youngstown State University. All meeting participants, expecially undergraduates and graduate students, and early career mathematicians are invited to discuss topics and issues affecting young mathematicians.

Also see other details about other sessions cosponsored by the YMN under these headings: MAA Panels, et al: Project NExT-YMN Poster Session, Wednesday, 2:15 p.m.; Graduate School: Choosing One, Getting In, Staying In, Thursday, 9:00 a.m.; Career Options for Undergraduate Mathematics Majors, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.; and Hit the Ground Running! Interview Like a Pro and Land the Job, Thursday at 2:40 p.m.

Others

Mathematical Art Exhibition, organized by Robert Fathauer, Tessellations Company; Nathaniel A. Friedman, ISAMA and SUNY Albany, Anne Burns, Long Island University and C. W. Post University, Reza Sarhangi, Towson University, and Nathan Selikoff, Digital Awakening Studios. A popular feature at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, this exhibition provides a break in your day. On display are works in various media by artists who are inspired by mathematics and by mathematicians who use visual art to express their findings. Fractals, symmetry, and tiling are some of the ideas at play here. Don't miss this unique opportunity for a different perspective on mathematics. The exhibition will be located inside the Joint Mathematics Exhibits and open during the same exhibit hours.

Summer Program for Women in Mathematics (SPWM) Reunion, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m., organized by Murli M. Gupta, George Washington University. This is a reunion of the participants from our past 17 years who are in various states in their mathematical careers: some are students (undergraduate or graduate), others are in various jobs, both in academia as well as government and industry. The participants will describe their experiences relating to all aspects of their careers, and a few will give talks on the research areas they are exploring. See http://www.gwu.edu/~spwm.

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