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A celebration of the mathematical legacy of Raoul Bott.


A celebration of the mathematical legacy of Raoul Bott.

Ed. by P. Robert Kotiuga.

American Mathematical Society


403 pages



CRM proceedings & lecture notes; v.50


This volume contains papers delivered at the 2008 conference celebrating the legacy of Hungarian-born mathematician Raoul Bott, who had an extraordinary impact on both topology and on interactions between mathematics, physics, and technology. Contributions to this come from three generations of Bott's students, coauthors, and fellow kindred spirits, and cover six decades of Bott's research. Papers identify his enduring mathematical legacy and the consequences that his work has had for emerging fields.

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