## Description

Bernhard Riemann (1826–1866) possessed an original and broad vision of mathematics together with powerful skill. His work continues to influence almost all major branches of mathematics. The twenty-three papers in this two-volume set examine Riemann, his work, and his significance in the context of modern mathematical developments.

Contributing authors: Michael F. Atiyah, M. V. Berry, Ching-Li Chai, Brian Conrey, Jean-Pierre Demailly, F. T. Farrell, James Glimm, David Harbater, Lizhen Ji, Jürgen Jost, Wolfgang Lück, Dan Marchesin, William H. Meeks III, Peter W. Michor, James S. Milne, Frans Oort, Joaquín Pérez, Bradley Plohr, Herman J. J. te Riele, Michael Rubinstein, Norbert Schappacher, Chi-Wang Shu, Dennis Sullivan, Claire Voisin, Shing-Tung Yau.

## This is a set comprising the following volumes, which may be purchased independently:

## This volume is part of the Advanced Lectures in Mathematics book series.

## Publications

Pub. Date |
ISBN-13 |
ISBN-10 |
Medium |
Binding |
Size, Etc. |
Status |
List Price |

2016 Apr |
9781571463166 |
157146316X |
paperback |
7” x 10” |
In Print |
US$149.00 |