
AhlforsBers Colloquium Stony Brook, November 68 1998
The mathematical works of Lars Ahlfors and Lipman Bers are fundamental and lasting. They have influenced and altered the development of twentieth century mathematics. The personalities of these two scientists helped create a mathematical family and have had a permanent positive effect on a whole generation of mathematicians. Their mathematical heritage continues to lead succeeding generations. In October 1995 a series of conferences to be held triannually, was inaugurated at the Graduate Center of CUNY under the name One year later, after the death of Lars Ahlfors, it was decided to change the name of the series to The first meeting of this expanded Colloquium will be held during November 68, 1998, at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. The scope of the talks is intended to provide and recent work and new directions in Teichmüller theory and Kleinian groups



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