Simons Lecture Series

Stony Brook University
Department of Mathematics and Institute for Mathematical Sciences

  • October 20-22
    János Kollár
    Princeton University

       Lectures:
    1. Families of algebraic varieties, I
    2. Families of algebraic varieties, II
    3. Families of algebraic varieties, III

  • September 30 - October 2, 2014
    Steve Zelditch
    Northwestern University

       Lectures:
    1. Plank's constant, time, and stationary states in quantum mechanics
    2. Sup norms, quantum ergodicity, and counting nodal domains of eigenfunctions
    3. Complex geometry of eigenfunctions

  • March 25-27, 2014
    Ian Agol
    Berkeley

       Lectures:
    1. The Virtual Haken Conjecture
    2. Geometric group theory
    3. Virtually special cube complexes - Part 1
    4. Virtually special cube complexes - Part 2

  • October 02-04, 2013
    Jens Marklof
    University of Oxford

       Lectures:
    1. Applications of measure rigidity: from number theory to statistical mechanics
    2. The Lorentz gas
    3. Frobenius numbers and circulant graphs

  • April 05-07, 2011
    Jean-Pierre Demailly
    Institut Fourier, Université Grenoble

       Lectures:
    1. Holomorphic Morse inequalities and the Green-Griffiths conjecture
    2. Directed varieties, jet differentials and hyperbolic algebraic manifolds
    3. Probabilistic estimates for the cohomology of jet differentials

  • October 26-28, 2010
    Tamás Hausel
    University of Oxford

       Lectures:
    1. Mirror symmetry, Langlands duality and the Hitchin system
    2. Mirror symmetry, Langlands duality and the Hitchin system II
    3. Mirror symmetry, Langlands duality and the Hitchin system III

  • April 20-22, 2010
    Simon Donaldson
    Imperial College, London

       Lectures:
    1. Gauge Theory and Exceptional Holonomy
    2. Kähler Geometry and Stability
    3. Kähler Geometry and Stability, II

  • December 5-8, 1997
    Nicolai Reshetikhin
    University of California, Berkeley

       Lectures:
    1. Quantum Groups
    2. Quantum Affine Algebras and their Finite Dimensional Representations

  • October 1-10, 1996
    Isadore Singer
    MIT

       Lectures:
    1. Index Theory Revisited
    2. S-Duality for Abelian Gauge Theories
    3. Some Remarks on S-Duality for Non-Abelian Gauge Theories
    4. An Example of T-Duality