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Book DetailsContemporary MathematicsVolume: 657; 2016; 237 ppMSC: Primary 13; 14; 18; 20; 37; 46
This volume contains the proceedings of the First Workshop “Matemáticos Mexicanos Jóvenes en el Mundo”, held from August 22–24, 2012, at Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas (CIMAT) in Guanajuato, Mexico.
One of the main goals of this meeting was to present different research directions being pursued by young Mexican mathematicians based in other countries, such as Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Estonia, Germany, Spain and the United States, showcasing research lines currently underrepresented in Mexico.
Featured are survey and research articles in six areas: algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, probability and topology. Their topics range from current developments related to wellknown open problems to novel interactions between pure mathematics and computer science. Most of the articles provide a panoramic view of the fields and problems the authors work on, making the book accessible to advanced graduate students and researchers in mathematics from different fields.
This book is published in cooperation with Sociedad Matemática Mexicana.ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in various areas of mathematics, including higher category theory, homotopy theory, metric geometry, functional analysis, representation theory, and related topics.

Table of Contents

Articles

Mati Abel and Reyna María PérezTiscareño — Locally pseudoconvex inductive limit of locally pseudoconvex $Q$algebras

Omar Antolín Camarena — A whirlwind tour of the world of $(\infty ,1)$categories

Octavio Arizmendi and Carlos Vargas — Norm convergence in noncommutative central limit theorems: Combinatorial approach

P. Dávalos — Dynamical models for some torus homeomorphisms

Edgar A. DuéñezGuzmán and Marte A. RamírezOrtegón — A review of No Free Lunch Theorems for search

Daniel LabardiniFragoso — On triangulations, quivers with potentials and mutations

José MalagónLópez — RiemannRoch without denominators for oriented cohomology theories

Luis NúñezBetancourt, Emily E. Witt and Wenliang Zhang — A survey on the Lyubeznik numbers

Sofia Ortega Castillo — Cluster value problem in infinitedimensional spaces

Raquel Perales — A survey on the convergence of manifolds with boundary

Carlos RamosCuevas — Convexity is a local property in $\operatorname {CAT}(\kappa )$ spaces

Rodolfo RíosZertuche — An introduction to the halfinfinite wedge


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This volume contains the proceedings of the First Workshop “Matemáticos Mexicanos Jóvenes en el Mundo”, held from August 22–24, 2012, at Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas (CIMAT) in Guanajuato, Mexico.
One of the main goals of this meeting was to present different research directions being pursued by young Mexican mathematicians based in other countries, such as Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Estonia, Germany, Spain and the United States, showcasing research lines currently underrepresented in Mexico.
Featured are survey and research articles in six areas: algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, probability and topology. Their topics range from current developments related to wellknown open problems to novel interactions between pure mathematics and computer science. Most of the articles provide a panoramic view of the fields and problems the authors work on, making the book accessible to advanced graduate students and researchers in mathematics from different fields.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in various areas of mathematics, including higher category theory, homotopy theory, metric geometry, functional analysis, representation theory, and related topics.

Articles

Mati Abel and Reyna María PérezTiscareño — Locally pseudoconvex inductive limit of locally pseudoconvex $Q$algebras

Omar Antolín Camarena — A whirlwind tour of the world of $(\infty ,1)$categories

Octavio Arizmendi and Carlos Vargas — Norm convergence in noncommutative central limit theorems: Combinatorial approach

P. Dávalos — Dynamical models for some torus homeomorphisms

Edgar A. DuéñezGuzmán and Marte A. RamírezOrtegón — A review of No Free Lunch Theorems for search

Daniel LabardiniFragoso — On triangulations, quivers with potentials and mutations

José MalagónLópez — RiemannRoch without denominators for oriented cohomology theories

Luis NúñezBetancourt, Emily E. Witt and Wenliang Zhang — A survey on the Lyubeznik numbers

Sofia Ortega Castillo — Cluster value problem in infinitedimensional spaces

Raquel Perales — A survey on the convergence of manifolds with boundary

Carlos RamosCuevas — Convexity is a local property in $\operatorname {CAT}(\kappa )$ spaces

Rodolfo RíosZertuche — An introduction to the halfinfinite wedge