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\vskip13pt \centerline{\textbf{The Abel Prize}}\vskip9pt
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An annual prize for lifetime achievement in mathematics.
On August 23, 2001 the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg proposed the establishment of a Niels Henrik Abel
Memorial Fund, of 200,000,000 NOK ( 22 million USD ), with the purpose of creating an international prize for
outstanding scientific work in the field of mathematics, a mathematical prize equivalent to the Nobel Prize,
honoring the Bicentennial of Niels Henrik Abel, 2002.
The Prime Minister expressed his motives for this proposal in the following way:
The Norwegian Government is working to focus more on mathematics and science than has been the case in recent
years. The establishment of the Abel Prize is hoped to have several positive effects: increased interest among
young people for the study of science, strengthening the country's research in the field of mathematics, increased
awareness of Norway as a country of knowledge and learning.
The proposal was upheld by the new Government of Kjell Magne Bondevik and voted by the Norwegian Parliament in
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The annual return of the capital is allocated to the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, which will award
the prize on the recommendation of an Abel committee, formed by 5(five) outstanding mathematicians, 1(one)
proposed by the EMS, 3(three) proposed by the IMU, and one Norwegian.
The first prize will be awarded in June 2003, in Oslo and will include a cash prize of between 5 and 6 million NOK
( 800, 000 USD ).
Nominations for the prize 2003 should be addressed to the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters before November
15, 2002.
Consult the web-page: {\tt www.math.uio.mo/abel}
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Bifurcation theory studies dynamical systems depending on one or several real parameters. Frequently, trivial
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parameter provides a trivial foliation, transverse to these equilibria.
In contrast, we consider vector fields with lines and planes of trivial equilibria in absence of any parameters.
We address failure of normal hyperbolicity, due to transverse zero or purely imaginary eigenvalues. In particular
we indicate the resulting dissipative Hopf and Takens-Bogdanov bifurcations, along with some reversible and
integrable variants, in absence of parameters.
We illustrate our results by dynamic uncouplings of coupled oscillators, oscillatory viscous shock profiles of
stiff nonlinear hyperbolic balance laws, and spatially non-periodic stationary waves in the Kolmogorov problem of
fluid flows in planar channels.
The results are joint work with Stefan Liebscher.%
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\textbf{MR/2bl reception}: There will be a reception for reviewers and friends of Mathematical Reviews and
Zentralblatt MATH on Aug. 26, 18:00-19:30, Asia Western Restaurant, Continental Grand Hotel.}
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\textbf{Correction for Daily News No. 5}\brule%
The Informal Meeting of India Mathematicians will be held at 20:45 (8:45PM) August 26.
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Elena Tchernykh's affilication is {\it Moscow State University, Russia}.
\arule\textbf{3. Number Theory}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Tianze, {\it Small solutions of quadratic equations with prime variables in arithmetic
progressions}, From Aug. 27, 18:05--18:20, Wang, R5015 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 27, 16:45--17:00, R5015.\\
\textbf{Short Talk}: Adamczewski, Boris {\it Arithmetical and combinatiorial properties of irrational rotations},
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$\Rightarrow$ Aug. 27, 17:00--17:15, R5015.%
\arule\textbf{7. Lie Groups and Representation Theory}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Strauch, Matthias, {\it Cuspidal locally analytic representations}, Aug. 26, 16:45--17:00,
R3058 $\Rightarrow$ Aug. 26, 18:05--18:20, R3058.%
\arule\textbf{11. Partial Differential Equations}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Wen Guo Chun will replace Chen, Dechang to give the talk. Aug. 26, 15:15, R3018.%
\arule\textbf{16. Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing}\brule%
\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.%
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\textbf{2. Algebra}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 17:00--17:15, Zhang, Jiangfeng, {\it Note on the computation of Noetherian
normalization}, R5018.%
\arule\textbf{4. Differential Geometry}\brule%
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{27}, 14:25--14:40, Gong, Jianhua {\it On quasiconformally homogeneous manifolds
in space}, CH14.\\
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 16:45--17:00, Karpunin, Grigory, {\it Minimal networks and combinatorial
Morse theory}, R3051.%\\
\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 15:15--15:30, Pan, Jianzhong, {\it A generalized intersection theorem},
R3051.%\\
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\textbf{Short Talk}: Aug. \textbf{26}, 15:15--15:30, Moghaddamfar, Ali Reza {\it A characterizaton of the groups
$PGL_2(p)$, $p$ prime, $5