Tu, Loring W.

Raoul Bott: Collected Papers

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Table of contents

Part I. Biographies and Commentaries

1. Photographs
Loring W. Tu

2. Curriculum Vitae
Raoul Bott, Loring W. Tu

3. Obituary: Raoul Harry Bott, FRS, 1923–2005
Sri Michael Atiyah

4. The Life and Works of Raoul Bott
Loring W. Tu

5. Remembering Raoul Bott (1923–2005)
Loring W. Tu

6. Memories of Raoul Bott
Dennis Sullivan

7. Memories of Raoul Bott
Thomas G. Goodwillie

8. Stable Bundles (Commentary on [95])
Lisa Jeffrey

9. On E. Verlinde’s Formula (Commentary on [96])
Lisa Jeffrey

10. Memories of Raoul Bott (Commentary on [96])
András Szenes

11. On Raoul Bott’s “On Invariants of Manifold” (Commentary on [106], [107])
Dror Bar-Natan

12. Configuration Space Integrals: Bridging Physics, Geometry, and Topology of Knots and Links (Commentary on [106], [108], [109])
Ismar Volić

13. Integral Invariants of 3-Manifolds (Commentary on [111], [114])
Alberto S. Cattaneo

14. Equivariant Characteristic Classes (Commentary on [116])
Loring W. Tu

15. On the Genesis of the Woods Hole Fixed Point Theorem (Commentary on [118], [119], [123], [124])
Loring W. Tu

16. Commentary on “Surjectivity for Hamiltonian Loop Group Spaces” [120]
Jonathan Weitsman

17. Woods Hole (Commentary on [124])
Michael Atiyah

Part II. Papers of Raoul Bott Since 1991

18. [94] Georges de Rham: 1901–1990
Loring W. Tu

19. [95] Stable Bundles Revisited
Loring W. Tu, Raoul Bott

20. [96] On E. Verlinde’s Formula in the Context of Stable Bundles
Raoul Bott

21. [98] Topological Aspects of Loop Groups
László Fehér, András Stipsicz, János Szenthe

22. [99] On Knot and Manifold Invariants
Raoul Bott

23. [100] Book Review: The Geometry and Physics of Knots by Michael Atiyah
Loring W. Tu

24. [101] For the Chern Volume
Loring W. Tu

25. [102] Life on the Slippery Lane—Between Mathematics and Physics
Raoul Batt

26. [103] Reflections on the Theme of the Poster
Raoul Bott, Loring W. Tu

27. [104] Luncheon Talk and Nomination for Stephen Smale
R. Borr, Loring W. Tu

28. [105] The Work of Robert D. MacPherson
Loring W. Tu

29. [106] On the Self-Linking of Knots
Raoul Bott, Clifford Taubes

30. [107] On Invariants of Manifolds
Raoul Bott, Loring W. Tu

31. [108] Configuration Spaces and Imbedding Invariants
Loring W. Tu, Raoul Bott

32. [109] Configuration Spaces and Imbedding Problems
Raoul Bott

33. [110] Critical Point Theory in Mathematics and in Mathematical Physics
Raoul Bott

34. [111] Integral Invariants of 3-Manifolds
Raoul Bott, Alberto S. Cattaneo

35. [112] Lars Valerian Ahlfors (1907–1996)
Raoul Bott, Clifford Earle, Dennis Hejhal, James Jenkins, Troels Jorgensen, Steven G. Krantz, Albert Marden, Robert Osserman

36. [113] An Introduction to Equivariant Cohomology
R. Bott

37. [114] Integral Invariants of 3-Manifolds, II
Raoul Bott, Alberto S. Cattaneo, Loring W. Tu

38. [115] A Remark on Integral Geometry
Raoul Bott, Cliff Taubes

39. [116] Equivariant Characteristic Classes in the Cartan Model
Raoul Bott, Loring W. Tu

40. [117] Interview with Raoul Bott
Loring W. Tu

41. [118] Response to Shimura’s Letter
Goro Shimura, Raoul Bott

42. [119] Introduction to Woods Hole Mathematics: Perspectives in Mathematics and Physics
Nils Tongring, R C Penner

43. [120] Surjectivity for Hamiltonian Loop Group Spaces
Raoul Bott, Susan Tolman, Jonathan Weitsman

44. [121] On the Early History of the Periodicity Theorem
Loring W. Tu

Part III. Earlier Articles Not Included in Prior Volumes of Collected Papers

45. [20] In Memoriam Sumner B. Myers 1910–1955
Loring W. Tu

46. [122] Induced representations
Loring W. Tu

47. [123] Report on the Fixed Point Formula, Séminaire N. Bourbaki
Loring W. Tu

48. [124] Report on the Woods Hole Fixed Point Theorem Seminar
Loring W. Tu

Part IV. Speeches

49. [125] On the Occasion of Twenty-Five Years of Service at Harvard
Loring W. Tu

50. [126] Convocation Address at McGill
Loring W. Tu

51. [127] On Receiving an Honorary Degree at Carnegie Mellon University
Loring W. Tu

52. [128] On Mathematics, Commencement Lecture at the University of Costa Rica
Loring W. Tu

Keywords: Mathematics, History of Mathematical Sciences, Algebraic Topology, Manifolds and Cell Complexes (incl. Diff.Topology), Global Analysis and Analysis on Manifolds

Publication year
Contemporary Mathematicians
Page amount
19 pages
Natural Sciences
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