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  1. Instantons and Four-Manifolds (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Publications) by Daniel S. Freed, Karen K. Uhlenbeck, 1990-12-03
  2. Biography - Uhlenbeck, Karen (Keskulla) (1942-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  3. Surveys in Differential Geometry, Vol. 4: Integrable Systems by Karen Uhlenbeck, 1998-04-01
  4. Geometry and Quantum Field Theory: June 22-July 20, 1991, Park City, Utah (Ias/Park City Mathematics, Vol 1) by Daniel S. Freed, 1995-03-24
  5. Regularity of Minimizing Harmonic Maps Into the Sphere: MSRI 039-83 by Richard; Karen Uhlenbeck Schoen, 1983

81. Previous Meetings
of geometric variational methods in the large Jon Pitts, Texas A M University Nonminimalsolutions to Yang-Mills equations karen uhlenbeck, The University of
Summary of Previous Meetings
National speakers are indicated by
Meeting 1: University of Houston, March 10-12, 1989
Complete manifolds of bounded curvature and finite volume
Jeff Cheeger , State University of New York, Stony Brook
Dupin submanifolds
S. S. Chern , University of California, Berkeley
Convergence theorems for Riemannian manifolds
L. Zhiyong Gao, Rice University
Topology of algebraic surfaces
Robert Gompf, The University of Texas, Austin
Symmetric and asymmetric harmonic maps
Robert Hardt, Rice University
Applications of geometric variational methods in the large Non-minimal solutions to Yang-Mills equations
Karen Uhlenbeck, The University of Texas, Austin
Meeting 2: University of Texas, Austin, December 1-3, 1989
Isoperimetric inequality, index and stability of a minimal surface
Jaigyoung Choe, Rice University
Analysis on loop groups
Ezra Getzler , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Witten-Reshetikin-Turaev Invariants of -manifolds
Robion Kirby , University of California, Berkeley
-manifold Invariants from the combinatorics of the Jones polynomial
Raymond Lickorish, Visiting The University of Texas, Austin

82. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geometrische Analysis: Teilnehmer
Translate this page Schätzle. 09.11.'98, The existence of minimal immersions of 2-spheres(Arbeit von J. Sacks und karen uhlenbeck), Thomas Müller. 23.11
Mathematisches Institut
Tel. +49 - (0)761 - 203 5586, Fax +49 - (0)761 - 203 5541
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geometrische Analysis: Programm vergangener Semester
Wintersemester 1997/98
Datum Vortrag Referent Slicing von flachen Ketten Daniel Hug
Existence of surfaces minimizing the Willmore functional
(Arbeit von Leon Simon)
(Arbeit von Peter Topping)
Sommersemester 1998
Quasiminimal surfaces of codimension 1 and John domains
(Arbeit von Guy David und Stephen Semmes) Franz Auer
On surfaces of finite total curvature
Ernst Kuwert
(Teile der Dissertation von Bernd Ammann) Bernd Ammann The structure of minimizing closed normal currents of codimension one
(Arbeit von Franz Auer und Victor Bangert) Franz Auer
Wintersemester 1998/99
Ernst Kuwert The existence of minimal immersions of 2-spheres (Arbeit von J. Sacks und Karen Uhlenbeck) Isoperimetric inequalities and the problem of Plateau (Arbeit von K. Steffen) Hypersurfaces with mean curvature given by a trace (Arbeit von N. Fusco und J. Hutchinson)
Sommersemester 1999
The rotationally symmetric, volume-preserving mean curvature flow

83. Selected Papers And Preprints By Andrea R. Nahmod
Schr\ odinger Maps . (with Atanas Stefanov and karen uhlenbeck To appear inCPAM ); On the wellposedness of the wave map problem in high dimensions..
Selected Papers

84. Dan Pollack: Research
Moduli spaces of singular Yamabe metrics Article in JAMS online (Multiple formats)with Rafe Mazzeo and karen uhlenbeck J. Amer. Math. Soc. 9, no.
Research Interests
You can link to several items related to my research.
Papers (some with links to preprints at the UC Davis front end for the mathematics arXiv e-Print archive or electronic versions of published papers)
  • On the topology of vacuum spacetimes

    with James Isenberg and Rafe Mazzeo
  • The conformal theory of Alexandrov embedded constant mean curvature surfaces in $R^3$

    with Rafe Mazzeo and Frank Pacard
    To appear in the Proceedings of the 2001 MSRI/Clay workshop on global theory of minimal surfaces
  • Gluing and wormholes for the Einstein constraint equations

    Article in Communications in Mathematical Physics online
    (PDF format) with James Isenberg and Rafe Mazzeo Comm. Math. Phys.
  • Connected sums of constant mean curvature surfaces in Euclidean 3 space Article in Crelles Journal online (PDF format) with Rafe Mazzeo and Frank Pacard J. Reine Angew. Math.
  • Gluing and moduli for noncompact geometric problems dg-ga/9601008 with Rafe Mazzeo Geometric Theory of Singular Phenomena in Partial Differential Equations Symposia Mathematica, Vol. XXXVIII

85. String Theory For Mathematicians
xii+399 pp. Geometry and quantum field theory, Daniel S. Freed KarenK. uhlenbeck (eds.). Lecture notes from the Summer School
String Theory for Mathematicians
RAP, Spring, 2003
Administrative Assistant:
  • 12pm Tuesdays, 341 Altgeld Hall 1pm Wednesday, 241 Altgeld Hall Calendar
The goal of this RAP is to learn the notions of string theory from a mathematical perspective. At times, a trade-off will be necessary between mathematical rigor and the introduction of concepts of physics that are not mathematically rigorous. One proposed syllabus sketch is a systematic progression through the relevant essentials of classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, and finally string theory. There are numerous references available on these materials, to be decided upon later. The RAP is open to faculty, postdocs, grad students, and advanced undergraduates in the Departments of Mathematics and Physics.
  • Cosmology, Particles, and Strings , June 30 - July 11, 2003: An intensive summer program for graduate students exploring the compelling new problems and research opportunities at the interface of astro/particle physics and cosmology. Recent Trends in String Theory , Theoretical Advanced Study Institute in Elementary Particle Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder June 1-27, 2003.

Similar pages uhlenbeck_KarenKaren Keskulla uhlenbeck. Born Aug 24, 1942 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Karenuhlenbeck's father was an engineer and her mother was an artist.

87. CAM Faculty Biographies
Karen Uhlenbeck Ph. D., Mathematics,
Brandeis University Dr. Uhlenbeck joined the mathematics faculty in 1987. Her teaching and research interests are primarily the application of non-linear partial differential equations to problems in differential geometry. She has done basic work on the minimal surfaces and Yang-Mills equations, as well as work which has general applicability to elliptic scale-invariant problems. She presently has a grant from the NSF to support current projects of gauge theory and the quantization of harmonic maps. In addition, she is one of the principal organizers of one of the regional geometry institutes sponsored by the NSF.

88. Research Recognition - UT Austin Research Web
National Academy of Sciences
UT Home
Research Web Research Recognition National Academy of Sciences NAS ... Amsel, Abram
Bard, Allen J.

Butzer, Karl W.

Caffarelli, Luis A.

DeWitt, Bryce

Grant, Verne

Hackerman, Norman
Myers, Jack Ne'eman, Yuval Physics Prigogine, Ilya Reed, Lester J. Snell, Esmond E. Chemistry and Biochemistry Spence, Janet Psychology Swinney, Harry L. Physics Dept. Tate, John T. Math Uhlenbeck, Karen K. Math Weinberg, Steven Wheeler, John A. Physics 10 August 2001 Office of the VP for Research University of Texas at Austin

89. OPA News Release, 04/2001 Three UT Austin Professors Win Prestigious Guggenheim
Three UT Austin professors win prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships
April 23, 2001
Mary Lenz, Office of Public Affairs latest news
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FAX (512) 471-5812 Dr. Alan Campion, Dow Chemical Company Professor of Chemistry; Dr. Kevin Matthew Puts, an assistant professor of composition in the School of Music; and Dr. Karen K. Uhlenbeck, Sid Richardson Foundation Regents Chair in Mathematics, are among 183 Guggenheim Fellows who will share awards totalling $6.6 million. The average Guggenheim Fellowship is about $36,000. Uhlenbeck is a UT Austin professor in mathematics who recently won the National Medal of Science, the American equivalent of the Nobel Prize. She conducts research in geometry and partial differential equations and is one of a very few mathematicians in the world who is an expert in the geometry of theoretical physics. Uhlenbeck works on complex differential equations used to look at the shapes in space and has solved equations that predict the existence of new particles in the universe that have not yet been observed by physicists. Uhlenbeck is especially interested in helping minority and women students pursue studies and careers in mathematics and science. Uhlenbeck was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 1983. She was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow and an Albert Einstein Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study.

90. The Daily Texan
Volume 101, No. 64 Monday, December 4, 2000
Professor gets national science medal
"It feels pretty remarkable. But I can assure you that I'm not the most deserving person who's ever gotten it." Karen Uhlenbeck,
UT Math Professor
By Jamie Kopf
Daily Texan staff UT math professor Karen Uhlenbeck is no stranger to accolades. She has led a career rich with fellowships, awards, professional memberships and published work. Her research in areas ranging from the applications of geometry to high-energy physics have distinguished her as a pioneer in global analysis and gauge theory. On Friday, Uhlenbeck accepted the highest honor an American scientist can receive: the National Medal of Science. "It feels pretty remarkable," Uhlenbeck said from her Washington, D.C. hotel room before the ceremony. "But I can assure you that I'm not the most deserving person who's ever gotten it." Often called the American equivalent to the Nobel Prize, the National Medal of Science was established by Congress in 1959. A 12-member committee appointed by the president deliberates over each year's nominations, but the President of the United States makes the final decision. "The contributions of these scientists fill the range of physical, biological, mathematics, engineering, and behavioral and social science," said Bill Noxon, a spokesman for the National Science Foundation, which helps administer the award along with the White House.

91. The Daily Texan
Volume 101, No. 53 Wednesday, November 15, 2000
UT Professor wins national science honor
By Aaron Schoenewolf
Daily Texan Staff The National Science Foundation announced Monday that Karen Uhlenbeck, professor of math, will receive the prestigious 2000 National Medal of Science for outstanding research on the field of mathematics. Uhlenbeck one of 12 American scientists and engineers to receive the award was honored for her contributions in mathematical physics and the theory of partial differential equations, according to officials from the National Science Foundation. The medal will be presented by President Bill Clinton at a formal dinner Dec. 1 in Washington, D.C. Uhlenbeck was nominated by a math colleague from Princeton University, and was selected by the Foundation. Uhlenbeck said she was surprised and honored, and is grateful for the help she has received from other UT professors in the mathematics department. "I didn't know that I was nominated by a mathematician colleague at Princeton, so I was surprised when they called and told me about the award," she said. "I have been treated well by UT I am grateful to have an endowed chair that has allowed me to accomplish a lot." Uhlenbeck is considered a founder of geometry based on analytical methods and is also a leader in encouraging young women to study mathematics, NSF officials said in a statement.

92. The Browning Laboratory Webpage Publications
M ost recent Publications Daniel R. Gallie and Karen S. Browning (2001) eIF4G functionally differs from eIFiso4G in promoting internal initiation, cap-independent translation, and translation of structured mRNAs. J Biol Chem. Hyun-Sook Park, Axel Himmelbach, Karen S. Browning, Thomas Hohn, and Lyubov A. Ryabova (2001) A Plant Viral ''Reinitiation'' Factor Interacts with the Host Translational Machinery. Cell Miller WA, Waterhouse PM, Brown JW, Browning KS (2001) The RNA world in plants: post-transcriptional control III. Plant Cell. Karen S. Browning, Daniel R. Gallie, John W. B. Hershey, Alan G. Hinnebusch, Umadas Maitra, William C. Merrick and Chris Norbury (2001) Unified nomenclature for the subunits of eukaryotic initiation factor 3 TIBS Elizabeth A. Burks, Paula P. Bezerra, Hahn Le, Daniel R. Gallie, and Karen S. Browning

93. References
conformal compactification; Mazzeo Raffe, Pollack Daniel, UhlenbeckKaren Moduli Spaces of Singular Yamabe Metrics; Melrose Richard

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95. Media

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Texas Memorial Museum
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The Texas Memorial Museum is proud to recognize the accomplishments of women in science with a new exhibit, on display in May and June 2001. The exhibit’s opening event on May 6th will feature opportunities to meet prominent scientists from the UT-Austin community, tours of the new exhibit, and hands-on demonstrations in the natural and physical sciences.
Women In Science Exhibit
TMM’s newest exhibit is based on the poster project, Visualizing Women in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, by Pamela Davis Kivelson Kivelson, who is Artistic Director of the Science and Art Center at the University of California, Los Angeles, created this exhibit in order to increase the number of women and girls choosing to pursue scientific careers, and to encourage scientific literacy in general. The posters address these goals by humanizing the images of science and of the scientist; they can be previewed at

96. Mathematics Towards The Third Millennium
Translate this page Triolo Livio Roma, Italy. Tungsarote Rarai Pathumthani, Thailand. UhlenbeckKaren Austin, USA. Vasselli Ezio Roma, Italy. Veit A. Barbara Roma, Italy.
Abate Marco Roma, Italy Abbondandolo Alberto Pisa, Italy Abeasis Silvana Roma, Italy Acanfora Fausto Napoli, Italy Adami Riccardo Roma, Italy Agliardi Rossella Ferrara, Italy Alberti Giovanni Pisa, Italy Alessandrini Lucia Milano, Italy Alvino Angelo Napoli, Italy Alzati Alberto Milano, Italy Ambrosetti Antonio Trieste, Italy Amornwichet Saitong Pathumthani, Thailand Anello Giovanni Messina, Italy Arbarello Enrico Roma, Italy Artale Maria Roma, Italy Asin Santos Trieste, Italy Baffioni Francesco Roma, Italy Baiocchi Claudio Roma,Italy Baldoni Velleda Roma, Italy Barbieri Viale Luca Genova, Italy Bartholdi Laurent Geneva, Switzerland Bartolozzi Federico Palermo, Italy Barucci. Valentina Roma, Italy Bassanelli Giovanni Parma, Italy Benedetti Riccardo Pisa, Italy Bergmann Wolfgang Potenza, Italy Bertozzini Paolo Pathumthani, Thailand Biagioli Riccardo Roma, Italy Bigolin Bruno Brescia, Italy Boffi Giandomenico Trieste, Italy Bombieri Enrico Princeton, USA Braides Andrea Trieste, Italy Brenti Francesco Roma, Italy

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