Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Saturday, October 12, 2019 03:30:06
Joint Mathematics Meetings
- Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO
- January 15-18, 2020 (Wednesday - Saturday)
- Meeting #1154
Michel L Lapidus, AMS email@example.com
Hortensia Soto, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
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without being proofread in order to provide you with
the most current information.
Links to abstracts will be available approximately two
weeks (for sectional meetings) to six weeks (for national
meetings) after the abstracts deadline.
- Skip Garibaldi, IDA Center for Communications Research, La Jolla, Uncovering lottery shenanigans. (AMS-MAA)
- Karen M. Lange, Wellesley College, Different problems, common threads: Computing the difficulty of mathematical problems. (AMS-MAA)
- Rajiv Maheswaran, Second Spectrum, The fantastic intersection of math and sports: Where no one is afraid of a decimal point. (MAA-AMS-SIAM Gerald and Judith Porter Public Lecture)
- Birgit Speh, Cornell University, Branching laws for representations of a non compact orthogonal group. (AWM-AMS Noether Lecture)
- Bonnie Berger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Biomedical data sharing and analysis at scale.
- Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University, Mathematical Frameworks for Signal and Image Analysis. Lecture I: Multiresolution analysis, wavelets and beyond. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture I)
- Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University, Mathematical Frameworks for Signal and Image Analysis.Lecture II: Diffusion methods in manifold and fibre bundle learning. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture II)
- Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University, Mathematical Frameworks for Signal and Image Analysis.Lecture III: Adaptive time-frequency methods. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture III)
- Gregory W Moore, Rutgers University, Smooth Invariants Of Four-Dimensional Manifolds and Quantum Field Theory.
- Nancy Reid, University of Toronto, In praise of small data: statistical and data science. (AMS Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture)
- Kenneth A. Ribet, University of California, Berkeley, A 2020 view of Fermat's Last Theorem. (AMS Retiring Presidential Address)
- Tatiana Toro, University of Washington, Differential operators and the geometry of domains in Euclidean space. (AMS Maryam Mirzakhani Lecture)
- Anthony Várilly-Alvarado, Rice University, The geometric disposition of Diophantine Equations.
- Scott Adamson, Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Mazes, riddles, zombies, and unicorns!
- Della Dumbaugh, University of Richmond, Prospering through mathematics.
- aBa Mbirika, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Two research projects birthed from curiosity, recreation, and joy.
- Vilma Mesa, University of Michigan, Instruction and resources in post-secondary mathematics: How their interplay shapes what we do in the classroom.
- Mohamed Omar, Harvey Mudd College, The art and craft of problem design.
- Ami Radunskaya, Pomona College, On the scales of one to infinity: Learning to listen to your mathematics. (MAA Lecture for Students)
- Cameron E. Freer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Representation theorems for exchangeable structures: a computability-theoretic perspective. (ASL)
- Victoria Gitman, CUNY Graduate Center, Toy multiverses of set theory. (ASL)
- Wesley H. Holliday, University of California, Berkeley, Axiomatizing reasoning about sets: cardinality, mereology, and decisiveness. (ASL)
- Alexander S. Kechris, California Institute of Technology, Countable Borel equivalence relations. (ASL)
- James Keener, University of Utah, The Mathematics of Life: Making Diffusion your Friend. (SIAM)
- Benjamin Rossman, University of Toronto, Choiceless Polynomial Time. (ASL)
- Margaret E. M. Thomas, Purdue University, Parameterization, o-minimality and counting points. (ASL)
- Suzanne Weekes, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, A numerical and analytical study of dynamic materials. (NAM)
- Linda Brown Westrick, Penn State University, Borel sets in reverse mathematics. (ASL)
- Roselyn Williams, Florida A&M University, Bridging the Gaps in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. (NAM)