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The Landau lecture series is
a series of three lectures by a distinguished mathematician on the subject of
his choice.
It is usually suggested that one lecture be accessible to the university
scientific community at large and the additional two lectures may be more
specialized and of interest only to professional mathematicians and
specialists.
About Prof. Edmund Landau (1877-1938) The Landau lectures were formerly (1991-2010) under the auspices of The Edmund Landau Minerva Center for Research in Mathematical Analysis and Related Areas |
2017/8: The hypoelliptic Laplacian [Lectures abstract]
Prof. Jean-Michel Bismut (Université Paris-Sud)
- Colloquium talk : Hypoelliptic Laplacian, Brownian motion and the geodesic flow
Thursday, October 26, 2017, at 14:30, Hall 2
This lecture is aimed at a general audience.
- Hypoelliptic Laplacian and the trace formula
Sunday, October 29, 2017, at 14:00, Ross 70
- Hypoelliptic Laplacian, analytic torsion and RRG
Monday, October 30, 2017, at 14:00, Ross 70
Past lectures in the Landau lecture series
The Landau Lecture Series on
- 2017: Prof. Jacob Tsimerman (University of Toronto) Details
- 2016: Prof. Ravi Vakil (Stanford University) Details
- 2014 Prof. Gang Tian (Princeton University and Peking University) Details
- 2011 Prof. Helmut Hofer (School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) Details
- 2009/10 Prof. William B. Johnson (Texas A&M University, USA) Details
- 2008/9 Prof. Paul Rabinowitz (University of Wisconsin-Madison) It all began with Moser ... Details
- 2007/8 Prof. Percy Deift (New York University) Universality for mathematical and physical systems Details
- 2006/7 Prof. Benoit Perthame (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France) Details
- 2005/6 Prof. Jean Bourgain (Institute For Advanced Study, Princeton, USA) The sum-product phenomenon and applications Details
- 2004/5 Prof. Hans Föllmer (Humboldt University, Berlin) Probablilistic aspects of financial risk Details
- 2003/4 Prof. Jeff Cheeger (Courant Institute, N.Y.U.) The small scale structure of Riemannian manifolds Details
- 2002/3 Prof. Stefan Müller (Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig) Details
- 2001/2 Prof. Y. Eliashberg (Stanford University, I.A.S.) Three examples from symplectic topology Details
- 2000/1 Prof. Dennis Sullivan (City College (CUNY), New York ; SUNY at Stony Brook) Fluids, quanta and strings Details
- 1999-2000 Prof. Elliott H. Lieb (Princeton University) Details
- 1998/9 Prof. Alain Connes (IHES) Details
- 1997/8 Prof. Peter Sarnak (Princeton University) Zeros of zeta functions and applications to arithmetic (Jan. 15, 18 and 20th, 1998)
- 1996/7 Prof. Stefan Hildebrandt (Univ. Bonn) Details
- 1995/6 Prof. William P. Thurston (1946-2012) (Cornell University) Three-dimensional geometry and topology Details
- 1994/5 Prof. Pierre-Louis Lions (Ceremade, Univ. de Paris IX) Non-linear partial differential equations and applications Details
- 1993/4 Prof. Y.G. Sinai (Princeton University ; Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics, Moscow) Non-linear PDE and probability theory Details
- 1992/3 Prof. Enrico Bombieri (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton) Prime numbers in arithmetic progressions Details
- 1991/2 Prof. Jürgen Moser (1928-1999) (E.T.H. Zürich) Details
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