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About the Conference
Scientific Organizing Committee
Local Organizing Committee
Mathematics in the Twentieth Century

In Commemoration of the Birth Centenary of André Weil
January 2- 5, 2006


Jointly organized by




The Mathematical Sciences Foundation with the scientific support of Société Mathématique de France organized a conference titled “Mathematics in the Twentieth Century - In Commemoration of the Birth Centenary of André Weil.” The Conference was held for four days from Monday, January 02, 2006 to Thursday, January 05, 2006 in New Delhi, India. Conference participants included eminent mathematicians from all over the world who have played important roles in the development of mathematics during the last century. The Conference featured plenary talks and various symposia on the theme of “Mathematics in the Twentieth Century.”


The venue of the conference was an excellent facility (comparable to some of the better hotels) and at close proximity to the University of Delhi, South Campus.


Amongst the prominent mathematicians on the Scientific Organizing Committee were
Prof. J.P. Kahane, Paris
Prof. Pascal Chossat, Paris
Prof. K. A. Ross, Oregon
Prof. Wenlin Li, Beijing
Prof. Peter Fillmore, Halifax
Prof. Ram Murty, Ontario
Prof. Norbert Schlomiuk, Montreal
Prof. J.P. Pier, Luxembourg
Prof. Henry Helson, Berkeley
Prof. K. R. Parthasarthy, Delhi
Prof. K. B. Sinha, Delhi
Prof. Rajendra Bhatia, Delhi
Prof. M. S. Raghunathan, Mumbai
Prof. M. S. Narasimhan, Bangalore
Prof. C. S. Seshadri, Chennai
Prof. B. S. Yadav, Delhi and
Prof. Dinesh Singh, Delhi (convener)

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