
THE
FIELDS INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 
November
2428, 2014
Conference
Legacy of Vladimir Arnold
at
Fields Institute, 222 College St., Toronto


Local
Organization
Committee
M. Boyko, I. Gorbovickis, L. Kadets,
B. Khesin, A. Khovanskii, J. Mracek,
S. Tabachnikov


Scientific Committee
E. Bierstone (Toronto), H. Hofer (IAS), B. Khesin (Toronto), A.
Khovanskii (Toronto), S.Tabachnikov (Penn State and ICERM), A. Varchenko
(North Carolina)
OVERVIEW
Vladimir Igorevich Arnold, 1937–2010, was one of the greatest
mathematicians of the 20th century. He has made fundamental contributions
to numerous fields of mathematics, including dynamical systems,
classical mechanics, singularity theory, algebraic geometry, topology
and catastrophe theory. In 1957, at the age of 19, Arnold, together
with his teacher A. N. Kolmogorov, solved Hilbert’s 13th problem
on representation of continuous functions. The results contained
in his doctoral thesis “Small denominators and stability problems
in classical and celestial mechanics” became one of the cornerstones
of the famous KAM theory, named after its creators Kolmogorov, Arnold,
and Moser. Arnold's monographs “Mathematical Methods of Classical
Mechanics” and “Ordinary Differential Equations”
became classical university textbooks.
The conference "Legacy of Vladimir Arnold" to be held
at the Fields Institute will celebrate the work and life of this
distinguished mathematician and remarkable human being. In addition
to research talks it will host an evening round table devoted to
Arnold's problems and open problems in related areas, as well as
an evening session for high school students.
Arnold's 60th anniversary conference, ArnoldFest,
was held at the Fields Institute in 1997.
Proceeding of the conference will be published in the "Arnold
mathematical journal", a recently established journal based
in the Stony Brook University, covering a broad range of mathematical
domains. Deadline for submission: November 28, 2014.
Participants as of March 20, 2014
*Waiting
confirmation

Full Name 
University/Affiliation 
* 
Berry, Michael 
University of Bristol 

Chmutov, Sergei 
Ohio State University 

Domokos, Gabor 
Budapest University of Technology and Economics 
* 
Eliashberg, Yakov 
Stanford University 

Etingof, Pavel 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Ferrand, Emmanuel 
University Joseph Fourier 

Fuchs, Dmitry 
University of California, Davis 

Gabrielov, Andrei 
Purdue University 

Ginzburg, Victor 
University of California 

Givental, Alexander B. 
University of California, Berkeley 

Goryunov, Victor 
The University of Liverpool 

GuseinZade, Sabir M. 
Moscow State University 

Hofer, Helmut 
Institute for Advanced Study 

Ilyashenko, Yulij 
Cornell University 

Jeffrey, Lisa 
University of Toronto 

Kaloshin, Vadim 
University of Maryland 

Karshon, Yael 
University of Toronto 

Kazarian, Maxim 
Steklov Institute of Mathematics 
* 
Kazhdan, David 
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 

Kharlamov, Vyacheslav 
Université de Strasbourg 

Kontsevich, Maxim 
Institute des Hautes Études Scientifiques 

Lando, Sergei 
Higher School of Economics 

Misiolek, Gerard 
University of Notre Dame 

Moffatt, Keith 
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences 

Polterovich, Leonid 
TelAviv University 

Polyak, Michael 
Technion 

Scherbak, Inna 
TelAviv University 

Shapiro, Boris 
Stockholm University 

Shapiro, Mikhail 
Michigan State University 

Shnirelman, Alexander 
Concordia University 

Tabachnikov, Sergei 
Pennsylvania State University 

Tokieda, Tadashi 
University of Cambridge 

Vainshtein, Alexander 
University of Haifa 

Varchenko, Alexander 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Vassiliev, Victor A. 
Russian Academy of Science 

Vershik, Anatoly Moiseevich 
Steklov Institute of Mathematics, St. Petersburg 
* 
Villani, Cédric 
Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 

Viro, Oleg 
Stony Brook University 

Vladimirov, Vladimir A. 
University of York 

Zorich, Anton 
Université de Rennes 1 
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