During the week of the conference, there will be three
interesting talks not affiliated with the conference, but still in the
Department, in Combinatorics and Number Theory. They will be buy very
distinguished speakers, and they will not conflict with the talks of the
conference. They are as follows:
Monday, March 7, 4PM
SEVENTH ERDOS COLLOQUIUM BY FIELDS MEDALIST RICHARD BORCHERDS,
University of California, Berkeley.
Wednesday, March 9, 4PM
HISTORY LECTURE BY DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR DORON ZEILBERGER,
Rutgers University. Professor Zeilberger (along with Herb Wilf) was a winner of the 1998 Steele Prize of the AMS for the famous W-Z Algorithm.
Thursday, March 10, 4PM
SECOND CENTER FOR APPLIED MATH COLLOQUIUM BY DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR CARL
Dartmouth University. Prof. Pomerance is a world authority in primality testing and factoring large numbers, which has applications in cryptography.