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Joint Mathematics Meetings Invited Addresses

Current as of Saturday, January 25, 2020 03:30:06


Joint Mathematics Meetings

  • Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO
  • January 15-18, 2020 (Wednesday - Saturday)
  • Meeting #1154

Associate secretaries:

Michel L Lapidus, AMS lapidus@math.ucr.edu
Hortensia Soto, MAA hortensia.soto@unco.edu


Links to abstracts will be available approximately two weeks (for sectional meetings) to six weeks (for national meetings) after the abstracts deadline.

Joint Invited Addresses

  • 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)

AMS Invited Addresses

  • 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.

MAA Invited Addresses

  • 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)

Invited Addresses of Other Organizations

  • 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)