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ICM 2010 complaints contains a four-volume set containing articles in accordance with plenary lectures and invited part lectures, the Abel and Noether lectures, in addition to contributions in line with lectures introduced via the recipients of the Fields Medal, the Nevanlinna, and Chern Prizes. the 1st quantity also will comprise the speeches on the commencing and shutting ceremonies and different highlights of the Congress.
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ICM 2010 lawsuits contains a four-volume set containing articles according to plenary lectures and invited part lectures, the Abel and Noether lectures, in addition to contributions in accordance with lectures brought by means of the recipients of the Fields Medal, the Nevanlinna, and Chern Prizes. the 1st quantity also will include the speeches on the establishing and shutting ceremonies and different highlights of the Congress.
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The winner, Louis Nirenberg, has received the prize but laudation on his work by Yan Yan Li will happen tomorrow. Ingrid Daubechies will speak about the work of Yves Meyer, the Gauss Prize winner. Let me call your attention to the fact that you will find more about the prize winners on the home page of the ICM after 12:30 today. Also, talks by the Fields medalists and by the Nevanlinna prize winner are scheduled for the period 13:45 to 14:45 on the next five working days of the Congress. While these are the announcements you have been waiting for with excitement, there are other prizes that are connected to the IMU or to this ICM.
I would like to express my thanks at this point to the retiring Executive Committee, even though we still have a hard four months in front of us with all the work around the stable office, to which I will come in a minute. I would like to extend my thanks to those members who are retiring – Zhi-Ming Ma and Claudio Procesi as Vice Presidents, Salah Baouendi, Ragni Piene and Victor Vassiliev as members-at-large. It was great to work with them and I really feel that this Executive Committee was a great team and I wish the next one also has such a spirit.
I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the person who first mooted the idea of bringing the Congress to India: Mr R. M. Puri of the Indian Convention Promotion Board. Let me begin by thanking our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Seyed Hasnain. In him we found our most ardent supporter. He always backed us to the hilt. I thank the Finance Department of the University of Hyderabad for their support in making the financial processes work as smoothly as possible; the Public Relations Department and our PRO for their help in handling the local media.