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# Lipa's Legacy: Proceedings of the Bers Colloquium, October 19-20, 1995, Graduate School and University Center of Cuny (Contemporary Mathematics) e-book

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The first colloquium was held in October 1995 at the Graduate Center, CUNY in New York. It coincided roughly with the second anniversary of Bers' death. There were six lectures and much informal mathematical discussion

The first colloquium was held in October 1995 at the Graduate Center, CUNY in New York. There were six lectures and much informal mathematical discussion. This volume contains papers by the speakers and many of the participants. The broad range of papers indicates how strong and far-reaching Bers' influence has been.

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Ahlfors died a year after the first colloquium

The mathematical works of Lars Ahlfors and Lipman Bers are fundamental and have influenced the development of 20th-century mathematics. In the fall of 1994, one year after Ber's death, it was decided among mathematical circles to inaugurate a series of conferences, The Ber Colloquium, to be held every three years. The theme was to be a topic in the Ahlfors-Bers mathematical tradition, broadly interpreted.

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Lipa's Legacy - Contemporary Mathematics (Paperback). The topics represented in the book include Teichmuller theory, Kleinian groups, higher dimensional hyperbolic geometry, geometry of numbers, circle packings, theory of discrete groups, classical complex function theory, one dimensional dynamics, fluid dynamics, quasiconformal mappings in higher dimensions, partial differential equations, and classical algebraic geometry.

Proceedings of the Bers Colloquium October 19-20, 1995 Graduate School and. University Center of CUNY. Selected Titles in This Series. p. em. - (Contemporary mathematics, ISSN 0271-4132; 211). This volume contains proceedings from the Bers Colloquium held at the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) on October 19-20, 1995. 1991 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 30-06, 32-06, 35-06.

Publication Date: 1995. Publication Name: Transactions of the American Mathematical Society. Selected Titles in This Series-Lipa's legacy: Proceedings from the Bers Colloquium, 1997 more. Riemannian Metrics with Large λ 1 more. Publication Date: 1999.

The first colloquium was held in October 1995 at the Graduate Center, CUNY in New York. It coincided roughly with the second anniversary of Bers' death. There were six lectures and much informal mathematical discussion. This volume contains papers by the speakers and many of the participants. The broad range of papers indicates how strong and far-reaching Bers' influence has been. The topics represented in the book include Teichmüller theory, Kleinian groups, higher dimensional hyperbolic geometry, geometry of numbers, circle packings, theory of discrete groups, classical complex function theory, one dimensional dynamics, fluid dynamics, quasiconformal mappings in higher dimensions, partial differential equations, and classical algebraic geometry.

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