AMS Meeting Invited Addresses

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International Joint Mathematics Meeting
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, August 15-19, 1993
Meeting #883

Associate secretaries:
Lance W Small, AMS lwsmall@ucsd.edu
Kenneth A Ross, MAA ross@math.uoregon.edu

Invited Addresses

  • George E. Andrews, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Ramanujan for students. (PME)
  • James G. Arthur, University of Toronto, Trace formulas and automorphic representations.
  • Sir Michael Atiyah, Trinity College, United Kingdom, Recent developments in geometry and physics: 3-dimensions.
  • Sir Michael Atiyah, Trinity College, United Kingdom, Recent developments in geometry and physics.
  • Sir Michael Atiyah, Trinity College, United Kingdom, Recent developments in geometry and physics: 4-dimensions.
  • Armand Borel, Institute for Advanced Study, Values of indefinite quadratic forms at integral points and flows on spaces of lattices.
  • Jonathan M. Borwein, Simon Fraser University, Means, iterations, and experimentally induced identities.
  • Gilles Brassard, Universite de Montreal, Quantum cryptography. (And other quantum magic).
  • Avner Friedman, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Mathematical problems arising in industry. Part I
  • Robert E. Gompf, University of Texas, Austin, Cutting and pasting with symplectic manifolds.
  • Richard K. Guy, University of Calgary, The unity of combinatorics.
  • Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University, On the regularity properties of gauge theories in Minkowski space-time.
  • Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University, On the regularity properties of gauge theories in Minkowski space-time.
  • Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University, On the regularity properties of gauge theories in Minkowski space-time.
  • Adermi O. Kuku, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Mathematical research and education in Africa -- problems and prospects.
  • H. Blaine Lawson, State University of New York, Stony Brook, Algebraic cycles and topology.
  • Curt McMullen, Princeton University, Frontiers in complex dynamics.
  • Louis Nirenberg, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, Remarks on variational methods.
  • Jill C. Pipher, Brown University, Harmonic analysis techniques for higher order elliptic operators.
  • Richard Rhoad, New Trier Township High School, Winnetka, Illinois, High school mathematics.
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