Paul Erdõs and his Mathematics

Budapest, July 4-11, 1999
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, The János Bolyai Mathematical Society, TheEötvös Loránd University of Budapest and The Mathematical Institute of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, announce that a conference dedicated to the memory of

Paul Erdõs

will be held July 4 - 11, 1999, in Budapest, Hungary. The topics of the conference include all basic fields that Paul Erdõs contributed to: Analysis (including Ergodic Theory), Combinatorics (including Combinatorial Algebra, Combinatorial Geometry and Theoretical Computer Science), Number Theory, Probability Theory, and SetTheory among others.
The main goal of the conference is to explore Paul Erdõs' wide ranging contributions to mathematics, to bring us closer to an understanding of his rich oeuvre, and to attempt to survey the trends of development originating in his work.
This symposium is a satellite conference to the UNESCO-ICSU World Conference on Science to be held 26 June - 1 July 1999, in Budapest, Hungary.

First Announcment
Hotel Reservation
Second Announcment
An example for posters: page 1  page 2
Amusical tribute to Paul Erdõs written by Peter Winkler
The Conference Site
Third Announcement
Preliminary Program in  Text DviPostScript Html form (short table)
Detailed program (preliminary) Dvi PostScript
Full booklet of the Program Dvi PostScript  (including alphabetical list of speakers)
Dvi  PostScript
Sketched map of Budapest