MathematicsThe Science of Patterns and Algorithms
[BI] Peter Bickel; Statistics as the information science
[BO] Mary Ellen Bock; Statistical issues for databases, the internet, and experimental data
[CH] Tony Chan; Mathematics in image processing, computer graphics, and computer vision
[CO] Ronald Coifman; Future challenges in analysis
[DA] Ingrid Daubechies; Getting inspiration from electrical engineering and computer graphics to develop interesting new mathematics
[EV] Lawrence C. Evans; Research opportunities in nonlinear partial differential equations
[GL] James Glimm; Risk assessment for the solutions of partial differential equations
[GR] Fan Chung Graham; Discrete mathematics for information technology
[GV] Andrew Granville; Random matrix theory, quantum physics, and analytic number theory
[KO] Robert Kohn; Mathematics in materials science
[KL] Nancy Kopell, George Oster and Si Levin; Mathematical biology: analysis at multiple scales
[MA] Barry Mazur; Number Theory and its Connections to Geometry and Analysis
[MS] Joyce R. McLaughlin ans William S. Symes; Revealing hidden values: inverse problems in science and industry
[MU] David Mumford; Complex stochastic models for perception and inference
[PI] Anand Pillay; Model theory and tame mathematics
[ST] Ronald J. Stern; Beyond flatland: the future of space and time
[SU] DeWitt L. Sumners; Mathematics in molecular biology and medicine
[TA] Clifford Taubes; The year 2000 in geometry and topology
[WI] Clifford Taubes; Computations and numerical simulations
[WR] Margaret H. Wright; Numbers, insights and pictures: using mathematics and computing to understand mathematical models
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