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Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses
Current as of Saturday, January 26, 2019 03:30:06
Joint Mathematics Meetings
- Baltimore Convention Center, Hilton Baltimore, and Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Hotel, Baltimore, MD
- January 16-19, 2019 (Wednesday - Saturday)
- Meeting #1145
Steven H Weintraub, AMS email@example.com
Hortensia Soto, 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.
- Sarah Koch, University of Michigan, What is the shape of a rational map? (AMS-MAA)
- Bryna Kra, Northwestern University, Dynamics of systems with low complexity. (AWM-AMS Noether Lecture)
- Cathy O'Neil, ORCAA, Big data, inequality, and democracy. (MAA-AMS-SIAM Gerald and Judith Porter Public Lecture)
- Daniel A Spielman, Yale University, Miracles of Algebraic Graph Theory. (AMS-MAA)
- Jesús A. De Loera, University of California, Davis, Algebraic, Geometric, and Topological Methods in Optimization.
- Benedict H. Gross, University of California San Diego, Complex multiplication: past, present, future. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture I)
- Benedict H. Gross, University of California San Diego, Complex multiplication: past, present, future. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture II)
- Benedict H. Gross, University of California San Diego, Complex multiplication: past, present, future. (AMS Colloquium Lectures: Lecture III)
- Peter Ozsvath, Princeton University, From knots to symplectic geometry and algebra.
- Lior Pachter, California Institute of Technology, A mathematical introduction to the molecular biology of the cell.
- Karen Hunger Parshall, University of Virginia, The roaring twenties in American mathematics.
- Alan S. Perelson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Immunology for mathematicians. (AMS Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture)
- Lillian B. Pierce, Duke University, On torsion subgroups in class groups of number fields.
- Emmanuel Candes, Stanford University, Sailing through data: discoveries and mirages.
- Annalisa Crannell, Franklin & Marshall College, Drawing conclusions from drawing a square. (MAA Lecture for Students)
- Amanda Folsom, Amherst College, Symmetry, almost.
- Edray Herber Goins, Pomona College, A Dream Deferred: 50 Years of Blacks in Mathematics.
- Pamela Harris, Williams College, A mathematical journey of culture, community, and collaboration.
- Deanna Haunsperger, Carleton College, The Inclusion Principle: the importance of community in mathematics.
- Suncica Canic, University of California Berkeley, Development of Mathematical Methods for Next Generation Stent Design (SIAM)
- Douglas Cenzer, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, Computable aspects of homogeneous structures. (ASL)
- Natasha Dobrinen, University of Denver, Ramsey theory of the Henson graphs. (ASL)
- Sergey Goncharov, Novosibirsk State University, Some questions and results for classical algebraic structures. (ASL)
- John Krueger, University of North Texas, A forcing axiom for a non-special Aronszajn tree. (ASL)
- Michael Chris Laskowski, University of Maryland, 35 years later: A fresh perspective on classifiable theories. (ASL)
- Jana Marikova, Western Illinois University, Valuations and o-minimality. (ASL)
- David Marker, University of Illinois Chicago, Fifty years in the model theory of theory of differential fields. (ASL)
- Henok Mawi, Howard University, On Mathematical Problems in Geometric Optics. (NAM)
- Talithia Denese Williams, Harvey Mudd College, A Seat at the Table: Equity and Social Justice in Mathematics Education. (NAM)