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Portugal) Litwin, Oleq (Ukraine) Liu, Feng (P. R. China) Liu, Fon-Che (Taiwan) Liu, Zheng (P. R. China) Lizama, Carlos (Chile) Lled´ o, Fernando (Germany) L¨ obel, Andreas (Germany) Loday, Jean-Louis (France) Lodder, Gerald M. (USA) Loeffelmann, Jochen (Germany) Loewe, Benedikt (USA) Loewy, Raphael (Israel) Logachev, Dmitry (Russian Federation) Loginov, Boris V. (Russian Federation) Logofet, Dmitrii O. (Russian Federation) Lohkamp, Joachim (Germany) Lommatzsch, Klaus (Germany) Lopes-Pinto, Antonio Jorge Brandao (Portugal) Lorbeer, Boris (Germany) Lorentz, Rudolph A.
R. China) Lizama, Carlos (Chile) Lled´ o, Fernando (Germany) L¨ obel, Andreas (Germany) Loday, Jean-Louis (France) Lodder, Gerald M. (USA) Loeffelmann, Jochen (Germany) Loewe, Benedikt (USA) Loewy, Raphael (Israel) Logachev, Dmitry (Russian Federation) Loginov, Boris V. (Russian Federation) Logofet, Dmitrii O. (Russian Federation) Lohkamp, Joachim (Germany) Lommatzsch, Klaus (Germany) Lopes-Pinto, Antonio Jorge Brandao (Portugal) Lorbeer, Boris (Germany) Lorentz, Rudolph A. (Germany) Loskutov, Alexander (Russian Federation) Losonczi, Attila (Hungary) Lott, John (USA) Lotto, Benjamin A.
I am grateful to all speakers that they have made efforts, in some cases really remarkable efforts, to address a broad mathematical audience. These lectures certainly formed the scientific backbone of our Congress. I would also like to thank those who have presented posters or gave short presentations. That’s where most of the communication and discussion took place. Many words of thanks have been said. I believe that only one word of thanks is left. No congress, however well organized, can be successful without enthusiastic participants.