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1989 Summer Meeting
Boulder, CO, August 7-10, 1989
Meeting #850

Associate secretaries:
Andy R Magid, AMS amagid@ou.edu
Kenneth A Ross, MAA ross@math.uoregon.edu

Invited Addresses

  • 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.
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