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Morse theory on Banach manifolds, J. Two years later, in 1990, received a Fields Medal for his work on topological quantum field theories. However, she disliked Urbana and ended up divorcing her husband and moving to the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1976. Franklin's honors include 21 Grammy Awards, with the 1991 Living Legend Grammy and the 1994 Lifetime Achievement Grammy. At the same International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Karen Uhlenbeck was a Plenary Speaker. She also gave the plenary address at the International Congress of Mathematics in Japan in 1990.

She entered Brandeis University and was awarded a Master's Degree in 1966. Taylor's research continues to explore problems in astrophysics and gravitational physics by means of radio-wavelength studies of pulsars. Along the way I have made great friends and worked with a number of creative and interesting people. She pioneered an impeccably bold and fearless, affective and affecting style of performance that calls upon listeners to journey to the depths of her soul and, in so doing, discover their own. MacArthur Foundation of Chicago to receive one of its five-year fellowship grants. Aside from her work as a mentor and role model for women interested in science, Uhlenbeck is best known for her research on geometric partial differential equations, the calculus of variations, and gauge theory, and other complex topics.

On the connection between harmonic maps and the self-dual Yang-Mills and the Sine-Gordon equations, J. Princeton University awarded honorary degrees during Commencement exercises Tuesday, June 5, to six individuals for their contributions to athletics, music, education, the humanities and science. You can read her from her home page at the University of Texas. In high school, she read American physicist George Gamow's books on physics and English astronomer Fred Hoyle's books on cosmology, which her father brought home from the public library. Seeking a better understanding of these particles, they studied soap films to learn about the properties of surfaces. At Chicago, Uhlenbeck, the loner kid who dreamt of a job as far removed from other people as possible, learned that her tendency to isolate herself only hurt herself in the long run, both professionally and emotionally.

Sacks The existence of minimal immersions of two-spheres, Bull. Harmonic maps; a direct method in the calculus of variations, Bull. Joan Wallach Scott, Doctor of Humane Letters Joan Wallach Scott is the Harold F. Taubes analyzed Yang-Mills equations in four dimensions, laying the groundwork for the theories of Simon Donaldson, who would win the prestigious Fields Medal in 1986 for his extension of their work. Uhlenbeck's work provided analytic tools to use instantons as an effective geometric tool.

Among the many honours that Uhlenbeck has received for her work one should mention in particular that she was elected a Member of the in 1985 and a Member of the the following year. The following is biographical information on the recipients and the official citations. Karen Uhlenbeck is engaged in mathematical research that has applications in theoretical physics and has contributed to the study of instantons, models for the behavior of surfaces in four dimensions. Her seminal work on large gauge theory has fundamentally influenced the field of particle dynamics. Motivated by geometric applications of first importance, the analysis of Yang-Mills energy up to the conformal dimension 4 the dimension at which the Lagrangian is invariant under dilations has known a fast and spectacular development in the late 70's early 80's.

I did some very technical work in partial differential equations, made an unsuccessful pass at shock waves, worked in scale invariant variational problems, made a poor stab at three dimensional , learned gauge field theory and then some about applications to four dimensional manifolds, and have recently been working n equations with algebraic infinite symmetries. Previously, she taught at three other U. In 1974, she was awarded a fellowship from the Sloan Foundation that lasted until 1976, and she then went to Northwestern University as a visiting associate professor. I am becoming an old mathematician, if I am not already there. This result settles a question in gauge field theory that has been open for many years. Uhlenbeck's Home Page Karen K. Conservation laws and their application in Global Differential Geometry, in Srinivasan and Sally eds.

Her first teaching position was at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1968. Schoen A regularity theory for harmonic maps, J. The end result of this half-century of mathematical bundles, sweat, and fibers was the unification of the electromagnetic force with the weak force which governs processes of nuclear decay through the analysis pioneered by Weyl and cemented by Yang and Mills. The mathematical research conducted by Karen Uhlenbeck born 1942 has applications in theoretical physics and has contributed to the study of instantons. Uhlenbeck and other researchers viewed instantons as somewhat analogous to soap films. In 1988, she received the Alumni Achievement award from Brandeis University, an honorary doctor of science degree from Knox College, and was named one of America's 100 most important women by Ladies' Home Journal.

A boyhood fascination with radios led him to scan the skies for signals from across the galaxy. When Uhlenbeck entered the University of Michigan, she found mathematics a broad and intellectually stimulating subject. Uhlenbeck the son of physicist George Uhlenbeck in 1965. Seeking a better understanding of these particles, they studied soap films to learn about the properties of surfaces. I remain quite disappointed at the numbers of women doing mathematics and in leadership positions. Minimal spheres and other conformal variational problems, Seminar on Minimal Submanifolds, E.

All in all, I have found great delight and pleasure in the pursuit of mathematics. Franklin sang at the inaugural gala for President Jimmy Carter in 1977 and at the 1993 inauguration of President Bill Clinton, who awarded her the 1999 National Medal of Arts. He began college at the only school that accepted him, and in 1995 he was named its president. Lorentz geometry, global analysis and its applications, Vol. This space enjoys a sequential almost weak closure property under Yang-Mills Energy control assumptions.

Regularity of minimizing harmonic maps into spheres, Invent. I regarded anything to do with people as being sort of a horrible profession. Education and career Uhlenbeck received her B. Pollack Connected sum structions for constant scalar curvature metrics, Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis, 6 1995 , 207-233. In 1997, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Boundary regularity and Dirichlet Problem for harmonic maps, J. In 2008 Uhlenbeck was elected an honorary member of the.