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Current Developments in Mathematics 2006

David Jerison (editor) Barry Mazur (editor)
Tomasz Mrowka (editor)
Wilfried Schmid (editor)
Richard P. Stanley (editor)
Shing-Tung Yau (editor)

ISBN: 9781571461674

Publication Date: Oct 2008

Format: Hardback

The Current Developments in Mathematics (CDM) conference is an annual seminar, jointly hosted by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and devoted to surveying the most recent developments in mathematics. This title brings to you the full contents of the proceedings of this conference.
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The Current Developments in Mathematics (CDM) conference is an annual seminar, jointly hosted by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and devoted to surveying the most recent developments in mathematics. In choosing speakers, the hosts take a broad look at the field of geometry, and select geometers who transcend classical perceptions within their field. All speakers are prominent specialists in the fields of algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, and other areas. International Press is pleased to bring the full contents of these proceedings to you in their "CDM" book series.
Pages 344
Date Published 30 Oct 2008
Publisher International Press of Boston, Inc
Subject/s Mathematics   Yearbooks, annuals, almanacs  
The Sato-Tate conjecture; L. Clozel; Gauge theory, ramification, and the geometric Langlands program; S. Gukov & E. Witten; Complex singularities of the Burgers system and renormalization group method; D. Li & Y.G. Sinai; A biased view of symplectic cohomology; P. Seidel; Global behaviour of nonlinear dispersive and wave equations; T. Tao.

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