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Pure, Applied and Industrial Mathematics: Strength through Connections
May 1-3, 1998

To Celebrate the 65th Birthday of

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Avner Friedman


Presented by

The School of Mathematics, U of MN   and   The Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications

 

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SCHEDULE for FRIDAY, MAY 1
Naresh Jain
Welcome and Orientation
Today's session chaired by Willard Miller
Luis Caffarelli,
University of Texas
The Obstacle Problem Without Obstacle
Wendell Fleming,
Brown University
Risk Sensitive Stochastic Control
Reception
Raddison Hotel
SCHEDULE for SATURDAY, MAY 2
This morning's session chaired by Nikolai Krylov
Emanuelle DiBenedetto,
Northwestern University
Stabilitiy Estimates for 2-dimensional Cracks in 3-dimensional Bodies
Peter Castro,
Eastman Kodak
Industrial Mathematics-Benefits and Difficulties in Connecting to Academe
Hillary Ockendon,
Oxford University
Spinning and Weaving
This afternoon's session chaired by Hans Weinberger
James Glimm,
SUNY Stoneybrook
Stochastic Fluid Dymanics
Zalman Usiskin,
University of Chicago
What Can We Learn from International Comparisons in School Mathematics?
Shmuel Winograd,
IBM, Research Division
Factorization of Polynomials Over Fields of Characteristics 2
Dinner Radisson Hotel
After Dinner Speeches  
SCHEDULE for SUNDAY, MAY 3
This morning's session chaired by Robert Gulliver
John Ockendon,
Oxford University
Stimulating Mathematics in Industry
Juan Velazquez,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Singularities for the Stephan Problem
Walter Littman,
University of Minnesota
Teaching a Course in Industrial Mathematics

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