Clay Research Conference, May 14-15, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Clay Research Conference, was held May 14-15 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, inaugurates an expanded format for the Institute's annual meeting.
The conference consisted of a two-day series of lectures on recent research developments, including presentation of the Clay Research Awards. The conference was held in Lecture Hall C of the Harvard University Science Center.
Monday, May 14
|9:45||Peter Ozsváth, Holomorphic disks and knot invariants|
|11:00||William Thurston, What is the future for 3-dimensional geometry and topology?|
|2:00||Clay Research Awards|
|2:30||Shigefumi Mori, Recent progress in higher dimensional algebraic geometry I|
|3:45||Alessio Corti, Recent progress in higher dimensional algebraic geometry II|
|5:15||Reception at CMI|
Tuesday, May 15
|9:45||Mark Kisin, Modularity of 2-dimensional Galois representations|
|11:00||Richard Taylor, The Sato-Tate conjecture|
|1:30||Curtis McMullen, Algebraic dynamics on surfaces|
|2:45||Alex Eskin, Dynamics of rational billiards|
|4:00||David Fisher, Coarse differentiation and quasi-isometries of solvable groups|