Simons Lecture Series
The Department of Mathematics annually presents the Simons Lecture Series to celebrate the most exciting mathematical work by the very best mathematicians of our time. The format of this lecture series has evolved since its inception in 1999, and now includes two weeks of lectures— one in pure mathematics and the other in applied mathematics— given each spring.
We are grateful to our good friend Jim Simons for providing the financial backing of these lectures.
2019 Lectures - Save the Date:
April 24, 25, 26, 2019: June Huh
Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton University
Research interests: geometry, topology, and combinatorics of algebraic varieties
April 29, 30, May 1, 2019: Alexander Barvinok
Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan
Research interests: computational complexity and algorithms in algebra, geometry, and combinatorics