I had to make some quite arbitrary decisions as to what I could include and not include, and I could easily imagine someone else very clever or myself in a different mood discussing a rigorously disjoint set of topics. What I chose to do is to talk about three relatively specific, very important problems in physics, astronomy, and to a lesser extent, mathematics and try to generalize from these problems. I chose problems which do have a true interdisciplinary component and, at the same time, are among the most important problems we are currently up against. In each of these, I shall go from the specific to the general, so do not be misled by the headings. They refer to the vague generalities that come at the end.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)