The Third Duke Mathematical Journal Conference
The 3rd Duke Mathematical Journal Conference will be held at Duke University
Friday, April 23 through Sunday, April 25, 2004. The goal of the conference is
to bring young mathematicians together for a weekend of high quality
mathematics, with talks given by eight of their peers.
- Denis Auroux (MIT), Homological mirror symmetry for Fano varieties
- Manjul Bhargava (Clay Institute & Princeton), Finiteness theorems for quadratic forms
- Alexei Borodin (Clay Institute & CalTech), Markov chains on partitions, Plancherel
measures, and polynuclear growth processes
- Tobias Colding (Courant Institute, NYU), The Calabi-Yau conjectures for embedded surfaces
- Annette Huber (Leipzig), Generalizing the class number formula
(abstract) (slides) ( Unfortunately, Professor Huber
was unable to attend.)
- Kiran S. Kedlaya (MIT), Some p-adic differential equations in arithmetic geometry
- Ezra Miller (Minnesota), Combinatorial positivity by geometric degeneration
- Mircea Mustata (Clay Institute), On some invariants of singularities
- Gigliola Staffilani (MIT), Global well-posedness and scattering for the energy-critical nonlinear Schrodinger equation
Click here for a schedule of the conference. All talks will be in Room 114, Physics Building.
Richard Hain (Duke) and Jonathan Wahl (UNC)
Richard Hain (Duke), Jonathan Wahl (UNC), Robert Bryant(Duke), and Peter Sarnak (Princeton)
We have NSF funding for young particpants (up to 7 years beyond doctorate). To request support, please register soon. (See link below.)
You can register online at the registration page.
Conference participants will be staying at the Brookwood Inn:
306 Elba StDurham, NC 27705,
Participants, you will need to book your hotel room yourself before April 9. Mention the Duke Math Journal Conference.
Directions for getting to the Department.
For further information concerning this conference, please e-mail email@example.com
Previous DMJ Conferences
- The first Duke Mathematical Journal/IMRN Conference, 1998
- The second Duke Mathematical Journal/IMRN Conference, 2001
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Last modified: February 13, 2004