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AMS Meeting Invited Addresses

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Joint Summer Meeting
Columbus, OH, August 8-11, 1990
Meeting #859

Associate secretaries:
W Wistar Comfort, AMS
Kenneth A Ross, MAA

Invited Addresses

  • Richard A. Askey, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Lost and found mathematics.
  • Joseph G. Conlon, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Statistical mechanics of Coulomb systems.
  • Michael G. Crandall, University of California, Santa Barbara, Viscosity solutions of partial differential equations.
  • Philip J. Davis, Brown University, Spirals from Theodorus of Cyrene to meta-chaos. Lessons from Euler.
  • Philip J. Davis, Brown University, Spirals from Theodorus of Cyrene to meta-chaos. Theodorus goes wild.
  • Philip J. Davis, Brown University, Spirals from Theodorus of Cyrene to meta-chaos. Spirals old and new.
  • John A. Dossey, Illinois State University, Mathematics education-yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
  • Wade Ellis, Jr., West Valley College, Mathematics and computation: Proliferation and fragmentation.
  • Judith V. Grabiner, Pitzer College, Scotland, Was Newton's calculus just a deadend? Maclaurin and the Scottish connection.
  • Ronald L. Graham, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, Combinatorics and computers: Coping with finiteness. (PME)
  • Paul R. Halmos, Santa Clara University, Has progress in mathematics slowed down?
  • Juris Hartmanis, Cornell University, On the computational complexity of doing mathematics.
  • Peter J. Hilton, State University of New York, Binghamton, The contribution of mathematics to education.
  • Saunders Mac Lane, University of Chicago, Algebra as a means of understanding mathematics.
  • Cathleen S. Morawetz, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, The last 75 years: Giants of applied mathematics.
  • John W. Morgan, Columbia University, cap lambda-trees and their applications.
  • Ivan Niven, University of Oregon, Problems for all seasons.
  • Carl Lindell Prather, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Intriguing problems about zeros in complex analysis.
  • G. Baley Price, University of Kansas, The seventy-fifth anniversary celebration.
  • Paulo Ribenboim, Queen's University, Prime number records.
  • Judith Roitman, University of Kansas, The uses of set theory.
  • Karl J. Smith, Santa Rosa Junior College, Crisis in mathematics education: Perspective from the two-year college.
  • Richard A. Tapia, Rice University, Interior point methods for linear programming: An overview.
  • Michael E. Taylor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, The role of microlocal analysis in PDE.

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