
Arie Hinkis
How can mathematical proofs be compared?
October 18, 2017

Joe Malkevitch ( York College, CUNY)
Euler's Polyhedral Formula Still Inspires New Geometrical Results
April 19, 2017

Jean Taylor (NYU)
Women and Mathematics: What has changed?
December 7, 2016

Jean Taylor (NYU)
Conjectured Cluster Mechanism for Growth of Some Complex Crystals (including Quasicrystals)
December 7, 2016

David Saltman (Center for Communications Research)
Breaking Enigma the first time
November 2, 2016

Yuval Peres (Microsoft Research and UC Berkeley)
Learning with a perfect expert: How much weight should majority opinion carry?
September 8, 2016

Tanya Khovanova (MIT)
Cookie Monster Plays Games
February 17, 2016

Alexander Kirillov (Stony Brook University)
Quivers and their representations
October 28, 2015

Simon Donaldson (Stony Brook University/SCGP)
Fourdimensional manifolds
September 30, 2015

Nick Trefethen (University of Oxford)
Numerical computing with Chebfun
September 10, 2014

Irwin Kra(Stony Brook University)
What is a (compact) Riemann surface?
March 5, 2014

Russell Lyons(Indiana University)
From Coin Tossing to the Drunk Lamplighter
February 14, 2014

Arnaud Cheritat (Institut de Mathematiques de Toulouse)
Straightening the square
November 13, 2013

Thomas Hales(University of Pittsburgh)
How to do math without blunders
October 9, 2013

Anthony Phillips(Stony Brook University)
Geometry of polyhedral surfaces, gravitational lensing and the AharonovBohm experiment
September 9, 2013

Joe Mitchell(Stony Brook University)
Guarding Art Galleries, Patroling Prisons, Shoveling Snow, and Surveying Planets
February 6, 2013

John Morgan(Stony Brook University/SCGP)
The mathematics behind the umbilic torus
October 24, 2012

Dennis Sullivan(Stony Brook University)
Stories about Bill Thurston and related mathematics
September 19, 2012

John Milnor(Stony Brook University/Institute for Mathematical Sciences)
Quantum Crytography and Computing
April 19, 2001
