The demand for mathematical science skills in biology

Terrence Sejnowski, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, University of California, San Diego

The demand for mathematical science skills at the NSA

Alfred Hales, UCLA (ret.), former director of the Institute for Defense Analyses’ Center for Communications Research–La Jolla

Recent changes for the mathematical sciences in China

S.-T. Yau, Harvard University

The demand for mathematical science skills at DreamWorks Studios

Nafees Bin Zafar, DreamWorks

The demand for mathematical science skills in the financial sector

James Simons, Renaissance Technologies

The demand for mathematical science skills at Microsoft, and experience establishing a research center in Beijing

Harry Shum, Microsoft

The demand for mathematical science skills at IBM

Brenda Dietrich, vice president for Business Analytics and Mathematical Sciences at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

MEETING 3 MAY 12 AND 13, 2011 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

Stresses and opportunities for the mathematical sciences

Robert Fefferman, dean of physical sciences, University of Chicago

 

Robert Zimmer, President, University of Chicago

What are major opportunities for the mathematical sciences, steps needed to realize them, and stresses affecting the profession over the coming years?

Yali Amit, University of Chicago, Statistics Department

 

Peter Constantin, University of Chicago, Mathematics Department

 

Kam Tsui, University of Wisconsin, Statistics Department

 

Douglas Simpson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Statistics Department

 

Bryna Kra, Northwestern University, Mathematics Department

 

Lawrence Ein, University of Illinois at Chicago, Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science Department

 

Shi Jin, University of Wisconsin, Mathematics Department

 

William Cleveland, Purdue University, Statistics Department



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