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{\footnotesize International Congress of Mathematicians\hfill
Tuesday, August 20, 2002 -- No. 1}\vskip2pt\hrule depth0pt
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\vskip15pt\centerline{\textbf{Welcome to the ICM2002!}}\vskip3pt
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The team of the ``Daily News'' welcomes all the participants of the ICM in Beijing! In this newsletter, we will
bring to you information on changes and cancellations in the scientific program as well as about additional ad-hoc
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events on and off the ICM will be highlighted. For further suggestions, please feel free to contact us between
15:00 and 16:00 every day during the congress at Room 3057.\\
Enjoy your stay in Beijing!}
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{\it\large We are only overjoyed to\\\\ receive friends from afar.}%
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A quotation from Confucius' {\it The Analects}. Chinese calligrapher: Yuan Wang, professor of mathematics,
Academician of CAS.
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\vskip15pt\centerline{\textbf{Opening Ceremony and Opening Reception}}\vskip3pt%
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\parbox[t]{6cm}{\footnotesize \textbf{Venue}: The Opening Ceremony of the ICM2002 will be held at the Main
Auditorium of the Great Hall of the
People. The Opening Reception will be held at the Banquet Hall inside the Great Hall.\\
\textbf{Date and Time}: Tuesday, August 20, at 15:00 followed by the Opening reception at 19:00.\\
\textbf{Departure}: Transportation will be provided at the following venues and departure time from each venue is
at 13:10 sharp:\\
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{\it Beijing International Convention Center (BICC)}. Participants staying in the Continental Grand Hotel,
Celebrity International Grand Hotel, CATIC Hotel and Huiyan Apartment, please meet at the gate of BICC 15 minutes
before departure.}
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Shengli Hotel}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Laodong Building}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Hongxiang Hotel}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Tibet Hotel}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Institute of Mathematics, CAS}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Peking University}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Qinghua University}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Beijing Normal University}\\
\mbox{\hskip0.2cm}$\bullet$\ \ {\it Jingming Hotel}\\
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\textbf{Fees}: Free of charge only for participants and registered accompanying persons. For un-registered
accompanying persons, each ticket is U\$ 80. Tickets are available at the Registration Desk.\\
\textbf{Notice}: Admission into the Great Hall of the People is strictly by invitation with attached seat ticket.
Please remember to take your invitation with attached ticket with you when boarding the bus, and do not leave
anything on the bus.%\\
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Please do not take your child who cannot walk. All other children have to have an invitation to get in. Please do
not take bags or professional photographic equipment such as SLR cameras with long-focus lens or video cameras.\\
Everyone has to go through a security check when entering. Please be prepared for the check. After entry and once
in the auditorium, look for your seat (the number is on the attached ticket). The odd numbers are on the left side
and the even numbers on the right. At 2:45 pm when all congress members are seated, the Secretary General will
announce the points for attention during the Opening Ceremony.\\
If you arrive at the Great Hall of the People later than 3:00 pm, entry will be rejected. You will have to wait
until the first part of the Opening Ceremony closes (at about 4:00pm). The taxi cannot be parked close to the
Great Hall of the People. You have to walk a little bit to the EAST entrance.\\
After the Opening Ceremony, at 6:20, all congress members and accompanying persons will transfer to the Banquet
Hall for the Opening Reception. Admission into the Opening Reception is by the invitation to the reception. Please
be seated at the table with the number indicated on the invitation of the Opening Reception.\\
After the Opening Reception, all congress members and accompanying persons are requested to return to the same bus
they took. Please remember the location and the number of the license plate of your bus. If you cannot find your
bus, look for a bus that goes back to where you came.%
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\vskip20pt\centerline{\textbf{Public Talk by John F. Nash, Jr.}}\vskip3pt%
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%\textbf{Public Lecture}\brule%
\textbf{Date:} Wednesday, August 21, 2002, 19:30.\\
\textbf{Venue:} Convention Hall No. 1, BICC.\\
\textbf{Title:} {\sl Studying Cooperation in Games via Agencies}.%
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%\textbf{Date:} Wednesday, August 21, 2002, 19:30.\\
%\textbf{Venue:} Convention Hall No. 1, BICC.\\
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%\textbf{Title:} {\sl A Project Studying Cooperative in Games Through Modeling in Terms of Formally Non-Cooperative
%Action in a Reapeated Game Context}.%}
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\vskip15pt\centerline{\textbf{Scientific Program -- Editorial Changes}}\vskip 5pt%
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\textbf{Public Talk by Wu Wen-Tsun}\brule%
\textbf{Date:} Wednesday, August 27, 2002, 14:00 (P.41).\\
\textbf{Venue:} Exhibition Hall of Chinese Science and Technology $\Rightarrow$ China Science and Technology
Museum, 1 Bei San Huan Zhong Lu, Beijing.\\
\textbf{Title:} On the Development of Real number system in Ancient Chinese Mathematics $\Rightarrow$ On the
development of real number system in ancient China.%
%\textbf{Invited Lecture}%
\arule\textbf{Plenary Lecture}\brule%
\textbf{The chair of Noga Alon's lecture is changed}: Gowers, Williams T. (University of Cambridge, United
Kingdom), on Aug. 23, 8:30-9:30, CH01.%
\arule\textbf{2. Algebra}\brule%
\textbf{Invited speasker Stephen J. Bigelow's chair is changed}: Xiao, Jie (Tsinghua University, China), Aug. 21,
14:00-14:45, CH02.%
\arule\textbf{3. Number Theory}\brule%
\textbf{Invited speasker Jean-Marc Fontaine's chair is}: Cogdell, James W. (Oklahoma State University, USA), Aug.
21, 16:15-17:00,\linebreak%
MR6-8.\\
\textbf{Invited speasker Karl Rubin's chair is changed}: Kudla, Stephen S. (University of Maryland, USA), Aug. 22,
14:00-14:45,\linebreak%
MR6-8.%
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\textbf{6. Algebraic and Complex Geometry}\brule%
\textbf{Invited Speaker}: Pink, Richard; \textbf{Title}: {\it Subvarieties of abelian varieties and the
Manin-Mumford conjecture}.\\
\textbf{Poster}: Iitaka, Shigeru (Gakushuin University, Japan), will present together with Yanaba their poster on
Aug. 21, 16:15-17:15, EH02.%
\arule\textbf{10. Probability and Statistics}\brule%
\textbf{Invited speasker K. Johansson's chair is changed}: Chung, Dong-Myung (Sogang University, Korea), Aug. 24,
15:00-15:45, CH01.\\
\textbf{Short Talk}: Wei, Li (Nankai University, China), {\it Upper bounds estimation on the probability of
ruin with variable premium rate and disturbed by diffusion in a Markovian environment}, Aug. 24, 17:50-18:05, R5020.%
\arule\textbf{Corrections to the Program Book: ``Section by Section Overview''}\brule%
\textbf{P.52}: The time of posters by Saez-Schwedt, Andres; Gorjizadeh, Vali; Eto, Kazufumi and Ko, Hyoung J.
should be \underline{14:15-15:15}.\\
\textbf{P.71}: The time of posters by Suhotin, Alexander M.; Liczberski, Piotr; Heikkala, Ville and Kaneko,
Makoto should be \underline{16:15-17:15}.\\
\textbf{P.71}: The time of posters by Li, Changjun; Sun, Wenchang; Butkovic, Davor; Choe, Boo R. and Lv, Zhongxue
should be \underline{17:20-18:20}.%
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\textbf{2. Algebra}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{23}, 15:15-15:30, Akinci, Karen Denise, {\it Cotorsion theories and
resolutions}, R5023.%
\arule\textbf{4. Differential Geometry}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 16:45-17:00, Karpunin, Grigory, {\it Minimal networks and combinatorial
Morse theory}, R3051.%
\arule\textbf{5. Topology}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{24}, 15:15-15:30, Xin, Yumei, {\it The fuzzy symmetric generalized proximity
bases and subbases}, R3051.%
\arule\textbf{8. Real and Complex Analysis}%\brule%
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\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 16:15-16:30, Zorii, Natalia, {\it Variational problems in the theory of
potentials in locally compact spaces}, R5017.%
\arule\textbf{9. Operator Algebras and Functional Analysis}\brule%
\textbf{Poster}: Aug.\textbf{22}, 13:40-14:40, Aldea, Florica N., {\it Surjectivity theorem for normcontraction
operators}, EH02.%
\arule\textbf{10. Probability and Statistics}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{21}, 18:05-18:20, Kreimer, Moritz, {\it Optimization of real-time multiserver
system with shortage of maintenance teams}, CH03.%
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\arule\textbf{11. Partial Differential Equations}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{24}, 17:20-17:35, Kassmann, Moritz, {\it On Harnack's inequality for nonlocal
and discrete Dirichlet forms}, R5019.%
\arule\textbf{16. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{24}, 13:40-13:55, Antipin, Anatoly, {\it Methods of computing of equilibrium and
game solutions}, R5014.%
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\arule\textbf{17. Applications of Mathematics in the Sciences}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{24}, 16:45-17:00, Neves, Armando
G. M., {\it Upper and lower bounds on Mathieu characteristic
numbers of integer orders}, R3030.} \crule
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\vskip15pt\centerline{\textbf{Scientific Program -- Changes}}%
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\textbf{2. Algebra}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Frohardt, Daniel E., {\it Genus zero actions of finite groups}, From Aug. 21, 16:30-16:45,
CH14 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 22, 14:25-14:40, CH13.\\
\textbf{New}: Ali, Mohammad (Shahabi Shojaei Tabriz University, Iran), {\it Cycle structure of the group SP(4,q)},
Aug. 23, 15:15-15:30, R5023.%
\arule\textbf{3. Number Theory}\brule%
\textbf{New Poster}: Cangul, Ismail Naci (Uludag University, Turkey), {\it Primes in $Z(\exp(2\pi.i/3))$}, Aug.
21, 14:45-15:45, EH02.%
\arule\textbf{4. Differential Geometry}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Savin, Anton Yu., {\it Index defects for boundary value problems and the n-invariant}, From Aug.
26, 16:30-16:45, R3051 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 21, 18:05-18:20, CH13.\\
\textbf{New}: Mendonca, Sergio (UFF, Brazil), {\it A connectedness principle in the geometry of positice
curvature}, Aug. 26, 17:00-17:15, R3051.%
%\arule\textbf{5. Topology}\brule%
%\textbf{New}: Prieto, Carlos (UNAM, Mexico), {\it Fixed Point Theory and Framed Cobordism}, %
\arule\textbf{7. Lie Groups and Representation Theory}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Camacho, Luisa M., {\it On quasifiliform Lie algebras of dimension 8}, From Aug. 21,
13:40-13:55, R3051 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 23, 14:25-14:40, R3030.%
\arule\textbf{8. Real and Complex Analysis}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Thao, Vo Dang, {\it Estimates for quasiconformal mappings onto canonical domains}, From Aug. 26,
16:45-17:00, CH13 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 21, 14:25-14:40.\\
\textbf{Changed}: Ash, J. Marshall, {\it Symmetric and quantum symmetric derivatives of Lipschitz functions}, From
Aug. 27, 16:30-16:45, CH13 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 24, 14:10-14:25, R5017. }
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\textbf{New}: Zayed, Ahmed I. (DePaul University, USA), {\it A q-Analogue of the Whittaker-Shannon-Kotel'nikov
Sampling Theorem}, Aug. 24, 15:30-15:45, R5017.%
\arule\textbf{9. Operator Algebras and Functional Analysis}\brule%
\textbf{New}: Smailov, Yesmukhanbet S., (Karaganda State University of E.A. Buketov, Kazakhstan), {\it About
embedding in space of multiplicators of trigonometric Fourier series}, Aug. 23,
14:25-14:40, R5021.%
\arule\textbf{10. Probability and Statistics}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Sanz-Sole, Marta, {\it The sotchastic wave equation in dimension 3: density of the law of the
solution}, From Aug. 24, 17:35-17:50, R5021 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 21, 18:05-18:20, CH03.%
\arule\textbf{11. Partial Differential Equations}\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Fang, Daoyuan, {\it A note for the singularities of semilinear Cauchy problems}, From Aug. 27,
14:45-15:00, R5016 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 24, 18:05-18:20, R5019.\\
\textbf{Changed}: Wang, Silei {\it Hardy spaces and shallow water equation} Aug. 26, 15:00-15:15, R3030
$\Rightarrow$ Aug. 23, 15:30-15:45, R3018.\\
\textbf{New}: Se, Wan (Kim Hanyang University, Korea), {\it Multiplicity result for nonlinear parabolic equations
having singular nonlinearity}, Aug. 22, 17:00-17:15, R3051.\\
\textbf{New}: Demidenko, Gennadii V. (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russia), {\it On isomorphic properties of
quasielliptic operators}, Aug. 24, 18:05-18:20, R5019.%
\arule\textbf{12. Ordinary Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems}\brule%
\textbf{New}: Dumortier, Freddy (Limburgs Universitarir Centrum, Belgium), {\it Belgium Perturbation from an
elliptica Hamiltonnian of degree four}, Aug. 21, 17:00-17:15, R5015.%
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\textbf{New}: Riahi, Hasna (Ecole Nationale d'Ingenieurs de Tunis, Tunisia), {\it On the parabolic-like orbits
for some sigular Hamiltonian systems}, Aug. 22, 14:25-14:40, CH03.%
\arule\textbf{13. Mathematical Physics}\brule%
\textbf{New}: Mukhayo, Rasulova (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Uzbeck Academy of Sciences, Uzbeckistan), {\it
Distribution functions of quantum system of charges in spacially inhomogeneous
medium}, Aug. 22, 15:30-15:45, R3030.\\
\textbf{New}: Gottschalk, Hanno (University of Bonn, Germany), {\it Feynman rules for the gas of interacting
particles}, Aug. 26, 18:05-18:20, CH13.%
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\arule\textbf{14. Combinatorics}\brule%
\textbf{New}: Moazzami, Dara (Faculty of Engineering University of Tehran, Iran), {\it A Survey on Tenacity and
its Properties in Stability Calculation}, Aug. 27, 17:00-17:15, R5021.%
\arule\textbf{16. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing}\brule%
\textbf{Changed (Short Talk to Poster)}: Wu, Zhihua, {\it Numerical simulation for convection diffusion problem
with periodic micro-structures}, From Aug. 21, 16:30-16:45, R5019 (Short Talk) $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 21, 16:15-17:15,
EH02 (Poster).\\
\textbf{Title Changed}: Liu, Biyue, {\it A Numerical Study of Viscous Flows in curved Tubes with Atherosclerotic
Plaques}, Aug. 26, 14:10-14:25, R5019.\\
\textbf{New}: Pedas, Arvet (University of Tartu, Estonia), {\it Piecewise polynomial projection methods for
integral equations with weakly singular kernels}, Aug. 21, 16:30-16:45, R5019.\\
\textbf{New}: Krukier, Lev A. (Rostov State University, Russia), {\it Product Triangular Iterative Method for
Solution of Linear Equation Systems with Dominant Skew-symmetric Part}, Aug. 22, 15:15-15:30, R5014.%
\arule\textbf{17. Applications of Mathematics in the Sciences}%\brule%
\textbf{Changed}: Alireza, Fakarzadeh J., {\it Optimum domain}\linebreak%
}
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{\it in orthogonal coordinates for nonlinear wave optimal control system by the shape-measure method}, From Aug.
26, 16:30-16:45, CH14 $\Rightarrow$ Aug 24, 17:00-17:15,
R3051.\\
\textbf{New}: Huang, Huaxiong (York University, Canada), {\it Ion Transport in Brain-Cell Environment}, Aug. 23,
14:25-14:40, R5015.%
\arule\textbf{Informal Seminar on K-Theory}\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{22}, 14:00-14:45, R5023}, Voevodsky, Vladimir (Institute for Advance Study, USA), {\it The
slice filtration in motivic stable homotopy}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{22}, 15:00-15:45, R5023}, Geisser, Thomas (University of Southern California, USA), {\it
Weil etale motivic cohomology}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{22}, 16:15-17:00, R5014}, Kahn, Bruno (University of Paris 7, France), {\it Algebraic
K-theory, algebraic cycles, and arithmetical geometry}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{23}, 14:00-14:45, R5016}, Hilsum, Michel (University of Paris 7, France), {\it Pontjagin
forms and K-homology groups of topological manifolds}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{23}, 14:00-14:45, R5016}, Hilsum, Michel (University of Paris 7, France), {\it Pontjagin
forms and K-homology groups of topological manifolds}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{23}, 15:00-15:45, R5016}, Tang, Guoping (Northwestern Polytechnical University, China),
{\it K-theory and Hermitian Groups}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{24}, 16:15-17:00, R5014}, Yu, Guoliang (Vandervilt University, USA), {\it The Novikov
conjecture and geometry of groups}.\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{24}, 17:15-18:00, R5014}, Roe, John (Pennsylvania State University, USA),
{\it Large scale index theory}.%
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\arule\textbf{Informal Seminar on the Grunwald-Wang Theorem 1932-1950}\brule%
\underline{Aug. \textbf{24}, 17:20-18:20, R5023}, Lorenz, F. (Munster, Germany) and Roquette, P. (Heidelberg, Germany).%
}\crule
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\vskip20pt\centerline{\textbf{Hawking's Public Lecture}}\vskip5pt
Professor Stephen W. Hawking delivered his public lecture : Brane New World in the afternoon, August 18, 2002 at
Beijing International Convention Center, there were more than 2,000 people at the lecture. Before his lecture
Professor Yau, Shing-Tung gave a brief introduction of Hawking's significant contribution on both theoretical
physics and mathematics.
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\textbf{Great Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si)}\\
\textbf{Description}: Situated in Haidian in the northwestern suburbs, the temple was built in 1732 in the reign
of Emperor YongZheng of the Qing Dynasty. It is the largest bell in China and the second largest in the world.
Originally it was one to the six to be hung at the six corners of the city walls to strike the hours, but now it
is the only remaining one.\\
\textbf{Date}: August 21.\\
\textbf{Meeting}: 9:00 a.m. in front of the BICC.\\
\textbf{During}: aprrox. 3 hours.%
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\textbf{Madam Song's Mansion}\\
\textbf{Description}: Madam Song Qingling was the wife of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the founder of the republic, and she
herself was the Vice-president of the People's Republic of China.The layout of the houses and the arrangement of
the furniture and her personal belongings are kept as they were when she was alive. Pictures of historical
interest are also displayed.\\
\textbf{Date}: August 21.\\
\textbf{Meeting}: 3:00 p.m. in front of the BICC.\\
\textbf{During}: aprrox. 3 hours.}
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\hskip10pt Daily News of the\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}International Congress of\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}Mathematicians,\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}August 20-28, 2002,\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}Beijing, China%
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\hskip10pt {\it Editor in Chief}:\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Wenlin Li\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}{\it Editors}:\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Qi Feng\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Shirong Guo\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Yafen Jin\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Huimin Weng\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Huijuan Wang\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Qixiao Ye%
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\hskip10pt {\it English Consultant}:\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Joseph C.Y. Chen\\
\mbox{\hskip10pt}{\it Latex Support}:\\
\mbox{\hskip17pt}Jinrong Wu%
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\large {Footloose tours}
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\small~~~~All tours will start in front of the Congress Venue (Beijing International Convention Center). Buses
(free of charges) will be provided by the Organizing Committee, and one ticket just for one person. All the
passengers please hand in the entrance fee to the volunteer in the bus. The duration time for each tour will be no
longer than 3 hours, unless we have heavy traffic.
~~~~In case a tour you are interested in is booked out please continue registering in the conference office to
show your interest in a repetition since we try to repeat this tour another day. A brief of descriptions of the
footloose tours are as follows.
{\large Tour 1-A :} {\em Great Bell Temple (Da zhong si);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 21,
{\large Tour 1-B :} {\em Great Bell Temple (Da zhong si);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 27,
{\large Tour 2 :} {\em Madam Song's Mansion;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 21,
{\large Tour 3-A :} {\em Chinese Ethnic Culture Park;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 22,
{\large Tour 3-B :} {\em Chinese Ethnic Culture Park;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 27,
{\large Tour 4-A :} {\em Beijing Botanic Garden;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 23,
{\large Tour 4-B :} {\em Beijing Botanic Garden;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 26,
{\large Tour 5 :} {\em Peking University;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 24,
{\large Tour 6-A :} {\em Yuan Ming Yuan (the old Summer Palace);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 22,
{\large Tour 6-B :} {\em Yuan Ming Yuan (the old Summer Palace);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date:August 26,
{\large Tour 7-A :} {\em Ancient Observatory(Gu Guan Xiang Tai);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date: August 23,
{\large Tour 7-B :} {\em Ancient Observatory(Gu Guan Xiang Tai);} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 27,
{\large Tour 8-A :} {\em Exhibition Hall of Chinese Science and Technology ;}
Date : August 28,
{\large Tour 8-B :} {\em Exhibition Hall of Chinese Science and Technology; }
Date : August 24,
{\large Tour 9 :} {\em Confucius Temple; } \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 26,
{\large Tour 10 :} {\em Legend Computer Company;} \underline {\underline {booked out}}
Date : August 22,
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\newpage\centerline{\textbf{Ad-hoc Talks}}
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\arule\textbf{2. Algebra}\brule%
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\textbf{11. Partial Differential Equations}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{13. Mathematical Physics}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{14. Combinatorics}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{15. Mathematical Aspects of Computer Science}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{16. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{17. Applications of Mathematics in the Sciences}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{18. Mathematics Education and Popularization of Mathematics}\brule%
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\arule\textbf{19. History of Mathematics}\brule%
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