What results from the past have proved unusually influential in current directions of mathematical research? These posts have short reviews of classic mathematical research papers. Most will be about results that appeared in the last half-century.
What are the latest breakthroughs? These posts summarize current mathematical research. They cover significant and influential results announced in talks, preprints, and publications. These results are often preliminary, and their correctness may be as yet uncertain.
AUTHOR : F. Morgan : EDITORS : J. Hass, R. Ghrist : ART : R. Ghrist In 1884 Hermann Schwarz proved that a single round
Floating bodies of equilibrium in 2D, the tire track problem, and electrons in a parabolic magnetic field
AUTHOR : S. Tabachnikov : EDITOR/ART : R. Ghrist : This review is for the preprint: F. Wegner, From elastica to floating bodies of equilibrium,
AUTHOR : S. Tabachnikov : EDITOR/ART : R. Ghrist : This review concerns the following preprint: M. Bialy and A. Mironov, The Birkhoff-Poritsky conjecture for