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This review celebrating Friedlander’s contributions focuses on her work on hydrodynamic instability as it relates to the transition from laminar to turbulent flow, on dyadic models in fluid dynamics and Onsager’s conjecture analyzing the transfer of energy in turbulent flows, and on magnetohydrodynamics as it relates to large-scale motions in Earth’s fluid core.
In this article the author describes some of McDuff’s wonderful contributions to symplectic geometry. After reviewing what is meant by “symplectic,” the author mostly focuses on McDuff’s work on symplectic embedding problems.
The authors had an opportunity to interview West in August of 2020 to learn more about her experiences as a trailblazing mathematician. In this article, they provide a brief introduction both to West and to her mathematical contributions at the US Naval Surface Warfare Center.
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AMS President Jill Pipher to Congress: "No Longer Secure: Cryptography in the Quantum Era"
Circuit Topology of Folded Chains
A Stand-Up Makes a Math Joke...and It Lands
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