Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Video Collection
 John Milnor(Princeton University)
Differential Topology with Professor John W. Milnor
The Earle Raymond Hendrick Lectures
(presented by Mathematical Association of America)
c1965
 John Milnor(Princeton University)
A discussion with Prof. John Milnor and Prof. Ken McAloon
(presented by City University Graduate Center)
c1985

Dennis Sullivan(CUNY Graduate Center, Department of Mathematics)
Circle Packing of the Plane and the Riemann Mapping Theorem
September 24, 1985

Dusa McDuff(Stony Brook University)
Applications of PDE Methods by Gromov, Floer, and Others to Symplectic Geometry
August 8, 1989

William M. Goldman(University of Maryland) and Mark B. Phillips (University of Richmond)
Complex Hyperbolic Kleinian Groups
October 12, 1990

David A. Hoffman(Center for Geometry Analysis Numerics and Graphics, University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Computational Methods in Mathematics and the Physical Sciences
January 1993

Fermat's Last Theorem
The Theroem and Its Proof: An Exploration of Issues and Ideas
Presented by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
July 28, 1993

Percy Deift(Courant Institute, NYU)
Thomas Kriecherbauer(University of Augsburg)
Stephanos Venakides(Duke University)
Forced Lattice Vibrations
Presented by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
1994

Shigehiro Ushiki(Kyoto University)
Blaschke Products and Complex Henon Maps
1994

Third Annual Video Review of Computational Geometry
Presented at the Tenth Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry
June 68, 1994
Stony Brook, NY

Not Knot
Presented by the Geometry Supercomputer Project
University of Minnesota, Geometry Center
c1991

Vladimir Arnol'd(Steklov Mathematical Institute)
Arnol'd Lecture
April 5, 1990

Flatlandia
directed by Michele Emmer
(Ed. inglese)
1982

ShingTung Yau(Harvard University)
Kähler Geometry Lectures
September 1990

Alexander Beilinson(University of Chicago)
Chiral Algebras in a Geometric Setting
October 14, 1994

Gilles Courtois(École Polytechnique)
Minimal Entropy & Rigidity
October 21, 1994

Edward Witten(Institute for Advanced Study)
Strong Coupling Dynamics String Theory
April 27, 1995

Edward Belbruno(The Geometry Center)
Hop Dynamics
April 1995

Jonathan Weitsman(University of California Santa Cruz)
Geometry of the Intersection ring of the Moduli Space
of Flat Connections and the Conjectures of Newstead & Witten
October 31, 1995

Martin Rocek(Stony Brook University/C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics)
On BRST, etc
February 24, 1997

Leon Takhtajan(Stony Brook University)
On SU(2), etc
February 24, 1997

Dennis Sullivan(Stony Brook University/CUNY Graduate Center, Department of Mathematics)
Groups of Homotopy Spheres, Matveyev Thesis, Kirby Calculus
Part I
March 7, 1997

Dennis Sullivan(Stony Brook University/CUNY Graduate Center, Department of Mathematics)
Groups of Homotopy Spheres, Matveyev Thesis, Kirby Calculus
Part II
March 7, 1997

C.N. Yang(Stony Brook University/C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics)
Reminiscences
May 2, 1997

Michael Anderson(Stony Brook University)
Geometrization of 3Manifolds
May 19, 1997

Paul Adams(Stony Brook University)
Computation and the Brain  The Neocortical Algorithm
November 13, 1997

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Dynamics of Evolution
(Mini Course/Dynamics Learning Seminar)
November 2002

Mike Shub(Universidad de Buenos Aires and CUNY)
Complexity Lectures
April 2010

Michael Freedman(Microsoft Station Q, UC Santa Barbara)
Manifold Pairings and Quantum Gravity
November 22, 2010

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Small Divisors (Adventures through the Looking Glass)
April 11, 2012

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Hyperbolic Component Boundaries: Nasty or Nice?
April 02, 2014

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
About John Nash
July 22, 2015

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Real and Complex Cubic Curves
April 29, 2016

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Real and Complex Cubic Curves
Cubic curves have fascinated mathematicians for more than 300 years, and continue to be important. As one example,
Andrew Wiles's proof of Fermat's Last Theorem was based on a very deep study of cubic curves. The present lecture
will try to give an elementary expositio of some basic properties, including a simple (and possibly new?) classification
of real cubic curves.
ICMS, Edinburgh
July 27, 2016