DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO COMPLEXITY IN MATHEMATICS
AND MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
In memory of Bella Subbotovskaya
Courtesy of Ilya Muchnik
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The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers studying various forms of complexity (in the most general sense of this notion and not only the algorithmic complexity) in mathematics and mathematical physics. In memory of Bella Subbotovskaya, a mathematician who worked in the algorithmic complexity theory and an unknown hero of Soviet mathematics.
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS:
N.Alon (Tel-Aviv U.), D.Fuchs (U. of California at Davis), V.L.Ginzburg (U. of California at Santa Cruz), J. Hass (U. of California at Davis), A.Kanel-Belov (Bar Ilan U.), Y.Kifer (Hebrew U.), M.Krivelevich (Tel Aviv U.), L.Levitov (MIT), F.Malikov (U. of Southern California), S.Matveev (Chelyabinsk State U.), A.Nabutovsky (Pennsylvania State U. and U. of Toronto), L.Potyagailo (U. de Lille), A.Reznikov (Bar-Ilan U.), L. Rozansky (U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), M.Sapir (Vanderbilt U.), B. Shapiro (Stockholm U.), A.Shen (U. de Marseille and Independent U. of Moscow), M.Shiffman (U. of Minnesota at Minneapolis), M.Sodin (Tel Aviv U.), S.Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State U.), A.Vainshtein (U. of Haifa), A. Vinogradov (U. di Salerno), S. Weinberger (U. of Chicago), S.Yakovenko (Weizmann Inst.), S.Zelditch (John Hopkins U.).
"Forshheimer" Guest House
Address: Technion Campus
Office hours: 7:30-15:30.
If you will arrive either before or after these hours, please notify Ms. Yael Cohen, since a key has to be left for you at the gate.
Michael Entov (Technion), Leonid Polterovich (Tel Aviv U.), Michael Polyak (Technion)
For further information please contact the conference organizers at: email@example.com
Ms. Yael Cohen (Conference Coordinator)
Department of Mathematics Phone: 972-4-829-4278
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Fax: 972-4-829-3388