After the opening session, there will be a lunch reception at the ICC followed by addresses on the works of the Fields medalists and the Nevanlinna prize winner and the first Plenary Lecture.
The closing ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, August 27, at 15:00 in the main lecture hall (Auditorium Maximum) of the TU Berlin. The program of the closing ceremony will be announced in the Daily News.
|10:00 - 12:30||International Congress Center|
W. A. Mozart, Clarinet Quintet K. 581, Movement 4
President of the International Mathematical Union
Martin Grötschel, President of the ICM'98 Organizing Committee
Karl-Heinz Hoffmann, President of the German Mathematical Society
Friedrich Hirzebruch, Honorary President of the ICM'98 Organizing Committee
Paul Hindemith, Clarinet Quintet Op. 30, Movement 3-5
Head of the Office of the Federal President and State
Words of Welcome of the Federal President Roman Herzog
Jürgen Rüttgers, Federal Minister of Education, Science, Research, and Technology
Eberhard Diepgen, Governing Mayor of Berlin
Hans-Jürgen Ewers, President of the Berlin University of Technology
Hansgeorg Hauser, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Finance
Presentation of a Commemorative Stamp on the occasion of ICM'98
W. A. Mozart, Divertimento K. 287, Movement 6
Presentation of the Fields Medals and a Special Tribute
Yuri Manin, Chairman of the Fields Medal Committee
Presentation of the Nevanlinna Prize
David Mumford, Chairman of the Nevanlinna Prize Committee
(Music performed by soloists of the ENSEMBLE ORIOL BERLIN)
|12:30 - 14:30||International Congress Center|
This complimentary opening reception is offered to all participants of the Opening Ceremony. A light buffet lunch and beverages are served.
|14:30 - 16:00||International Congress Center|
Addresses on the work of the Fields medalists and the Nevanlinna Prize winner.
|16:15 - 17:15||International Congress Center|
Jürgen Moser, ETH
Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Dynamical Systems - Past and Present
Chair: Friedrich Hirzebruch, Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Bonn, Germany
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Last modified: August 3, 1998