|Universiteit Faculteit FNWI English version||3 maart 2004, e-mail|
Woensdag 10 maart 2004
AbstractThe aim of this talk is to report on some surprising recent discoveries concerning the Jacobian Conjecture.
In particular it will become clear how Hesse, who died 65 years before the Jacobian Conjecture was even formulated, is involved in these new results!
The talk will be at an easy level, so also students are encouraged to attend.