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Book DetailsProceedings of Symposia in Pure MathematicsVolume: 104; 2021; 221 ppMSC: Primary 03; 14; 11; 20; 30; 35; 37; 57
This volume stems from the Linde Hall Inaugural Math Symposium, held from February 22–24, 2019, at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.
The content isolates and discusses nine mathematical problems, or sets of problems, in a deep way, but starting from scratch. Included among them are the wellknown problems of the classification of finite groups, the NavierStokes equations, the Birch and SwinnertonDyer conjecture, and the continuum hypothesis. The other five problems, also of substantial importance, concern the Lieb–Thirring inequalities, the equidistribution problems in number theory, surface bundles, ramification in covers and curves, and the gap and type problems in Fourier analysis. The problems are explained succinctly, with a discussion of what is known and an elucidation of the outstanding issues. An attempt is made to appeal to a wide audience, both in terms of the field of expertise and the level of the reader.
ReadershipGraduate students and researchers interested in mathematics.

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Articles

Michael Aschbacher — The finite simple groups and their classification

Ashay A. Burungale, Christopher Skinner and Ye Tian — The Birch and SwinnertonDyer Conjecture: A brief survey

Hélène Esnault and Vasudevan Srinivas — Bounding ramification by covers and curves

Rupert L. Frank — The Lieb–Thirring inequalities: Recent results and open problems

Ursula Hamenstädt — Some topological properties of surface bundles

Philippe Michel — Some recents advances on Duke’s equidistribution theorems

A. Poltoratski — Gap and Type problems in Fourier analysis

Terence Tao — Quantitative bounds for critically bounded solutions to the NavierStokes equations

W. Hugh Woodin — The Continuum Hypothesis


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This volume stems from the Linde Hall Inaugural Math Symposium, held from February 22–24, 2019, at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.
The content isolates and discusses nine mathematical problems, or sets of problems, in a deep way, but starting from scratch. Included among them are the wellknown problems of the classification of finite groups, the NavierStokes equations, the Birch and SwinnertonDyer conjecture, and the continuum hypothesis. The other five problems, also of substantial importance, concern the Lieb–Thirring inequalities, the equidistribution problems in number theory, surface bundles, ramification in covers and curves, and the gap and type problems in Fourier analysis. The problems are explained succinctly, with a discussion of what is known and an elucidation of the outstanding issues. An attempt is made to appeal to a wide audience, both in terms of the field of expertise and the level of the reader.
Graduate students and researchers interested in mathematics.

Articles

Michael Aschbacher — The finite simple groups and their classification

Ashay A. Burungale, Christopher Skinner and Ye Tian — The Birch and SwinnertonDyer Conjecture: A brief survey

Hélène Esnault and Vasudevan Srinivas — Bounding ramification by covers and curves

Rupert L. Frank — The Lieb–Thirring inequalities: Recent results and open problems

Ursula Hamenstädt — Some topological properties of surface bundles

Philippe Michel — Some recents advances on Duke’s equidistribution theorems

A. Poltoratski — Gap and Type problems in Fourier analysis

Terence Tao — Quantitative bounds for critically bounded solutions to the NavierStokes equations

W. Hugh Woodin — The Continuum Hypothesis