The Yamabe Memorial Symposium is an enhancement of the Yamabe Lecture tradition. Mathematicians gather every two years at the University of Minnesota for a long weekend to hear geometry talks, discuss the latest research and interact with younger mathematicians. One goal is to advance areas of mathematics related to the interests of Hidehiko Yamabe, which touched in a substantial and ground-breaking way on several quite different areas of mathematics, all of which may be roughly described as having significant geometric aspects.

2020 Yamabe Symposium

Geometry and Analysis

Friday October 2 - October 4, 2020

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History

Professor Hidehiko Yamabe (1924--1960) came to Minnesota from IAS as an assistant professor in 1956. During his four years here he worked on a number of diverse topics in geometry...

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Hidehiko Yamabe