Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:08:35

Boulder, CO, August 7-10, 1989

Meeting #850

**John W. Addison, Jr.**, University of California, Berkeley,*Selfdual quantifiers: A unifying theme in mathematics and logics.***Maury D. Bramson**, University of Wisconsin, Madison,*Limiting behavior of densities for annihilating systems of particles.***Haim Brezis**, Rutgers University and Universite de Paris VI, France,*Liquid crystals.***Haim Brezis**, Rutgers University, New Brunswick and Universite de Paris VIP, France,*Mathematical problems of liquid crystals.***John H. Conway**, Princeton University,*alpha x^2 + hxy + cy^2 = n.***Persi W. Diaconis**, Harvard University,*The mathematics of mixing things up: Modern Markov chain theory.***Persi W. Diaconis**, Harvard University,*The mathematics of mixing things up: From card shuffling to counting and back.***Persi W. Diaconis**, Harvard University,*The mathematics of mixing things up: Reversible chains and eigenvlues of the Laplacian.***Joseph A. Gallian**, University of Minnesota, Duluth,*The mathematics of identification numbers.***Shizuo Kakutani**, Yale University,*The principle of duality in functional analysis.***Linda Keen**, Herbert H. Lehman College, City University of New York,*Iterating rational maps and automorphisms of the Bernoulli shift.***Serge Lang**, Yale University,*Case studies of political opinions passed off as science and mathematics.***Howard A. Masur**, University of Illinois, Chicago,*The dynamics of billiards in polygons.***Dusa McDuff**, State University of New York, Stony Brook,*Applications of PDE methods by Gromov, Floer, and others to symplectic geometry of manifolds.***Dusa McDuff**, State University of New York, Stony Brook,*Elliptic methods in symplectic geometry.***Mary Ellen Rudin**, University of Wisconsin, Madison,*Metrizability in manifolds.***Jane Cronin Scanlon**, Rutgers University, New Brunswick,*Entrainment of frequency: A recurring theme.*(PME)**Wolfgang M. Schmidt**, University of Colorado, Boulder,*The number of solutions of Diophantine equations.***Nancy K. Stanton**, University of Notre Dame,*The Riemann mapping non-theorem.***Jean E. Taylor**, Rutgers University, New Brunswick,*Crystals, in equilibrium and otherwise.***William P. Thurston**, Princeton University,*Geometry, groups, and self-similar tilings.***William P. Thurston**, Princeton University,*Geometry, groups, and self-similar tilings.***William P. Thurston**, Princeton University,*Geometry, groups, and self-similar tilings.***William P. Thurston**, Princeton University,*Geometry, groups, and self-similar tilings.*