HARVARD & MIT PRESENT
Current Developments in Mathematics, 2000
Harvard University Science Center, Lecture Hall C, Cambridge, MA
David Jerison, George Lusztig, Johan de Jong (MIT);
Barry Mazur, Wilfried Schmid, Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard)
Preliminary proceedings volume available at the Seminar.
Harvard University Science Center, Lecture Hall C, Cambridge, MA.
Michel Broué "Complex reflection groups and their Braid groups"
Weinan E "Stochastic hydrodynamics"
Timothy Gowers "An analytic approach to Szemeredi's theorem"
János Kollár "The topology of real algebraic varieties"
Oded Schramm "Loewner's equation, critical percolation, and Brownian
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There will be a banquet Friday evening, November 17th at 7:30 pm at the
Royal East Chinese Restaurant (792 Main Street, Cambridge).
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Mathematics, to Bo Stanek, Harvard University, Department of Mathematics,
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Lectures will be held at Harvard University Science Center, Lecture Hall
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