the 50th anniversary of the Rényi Institute,
and presentation of the Bolyai Prize
PROGRAMME
November 1, 2000. (Wednesday) |
Rényi Institute, Great Hall |
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9.00 |
Opening by Norbert Kroó, secretary general of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
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9.15 |
Greetings by Gyula Katona |
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9.30 |
lecture |
Bernhard Korte |
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10.10 |
coffee-break |
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10.35 |
lecture |
Fred S. Roberts |
L(2,1) colourings and the channel assignment problem |
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11.20 |
lecture |
Karel Segeth |
A posteriori error estimates for a non-linear parabolic equation |
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12.00 |
lunch-break |
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14.00 |
lecture |
Serban Basarab |
Arboreal structures on groups and fields |
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14.45 |
lecture |
Kalle Kaarli |
TBA |
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15.30 |
coffee-break |
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15.45 |
lecture |
Bogdan Bojarski |
Measure and Sobolev Spaces |
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16.30 |
lecture |
Jaroslav Kurzweil |
The revival of the Riemann approach to integration |
November 2, 2000. (Thursday) |
Main Building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
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9.45 |
lecture |
Christian Kassel |
Recent developments for Artin's braid groups |
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10.25 |
coffee-break |
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10.40 |
lecture |
Łukasz Stettner |
Stochastic control and mathematics of finance |
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11.25 |
lecture |
Peter Michor |
Eigenvalues of matrices as Riemannian orbit space |
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12.00 |
lunch-break |
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14.00 |
lecture |
Stefan Dodunekov |
Kissing numbers: bounds and constructions |
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14.45 |
lecture |
Anatolij Dvurečenskij |
Slovak-Hungarian mathematical contacts |
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15.30 |
coffee-break |
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15.45 |
lecture |
Ko-Wei Lih |
Chip-firing, Orientation, and the Circular Chromatic Number |
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16.30 |
lecture |
Peter Deuflhard |
Mathematics in Medicine: cancer therapy planning by virtual patients |
November 3, 2000. (Friday) |
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morning |
Celebration of the 175^{th} anniversary of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Main Building |
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afternoon |
Excursion to the Danube Bend |
November 4, 2000. (Saturday) |
Main Building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
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10.00 |
Opening by Kálmán Győry, President of the Section of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences |
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10.10 |
Greetings by Rolf Jeltsch, the President of the European Mathematical Society |
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10.25 |
Miklós Laczkovich, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, describes the main achievements of the recipient of the Bolyai Prize |
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10.35 |
Ferenc Glatz, the President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences presents the International Bolyai Prize in Mathematics |
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10.45 |
coffee-break |
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11.00 |
lecture |
Saharon Shelah (the recipient of the Bolyai Prize) |
You Can Enter Cantor's Paradise |
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12.00 |
break |
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12.10 |
lecture |
Martin Grötschel |
Mathematics and Computers |
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13.00 |
lunch-break |
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14.00 |
lecture |
Jaroslav Neetril |
Some partitions and colourings (On the Road from Prague to Budapest) |
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15.00 |
lecture |
Rolf Jeltsch |
On the Courant-Friedrichs-Lewy Condition equipped with order for hyperbolic differential equations |
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16.00 |
coffee-break |
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16.15 |
lecture |
Alexander Vinogradov |
Observability in Mathematics: non-linear PDE's and QFT |
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17.15 |
lecture |
Flemming Topsoe |
How to find the optimum - methods and fallacies with examples from information theory |