Simons Lecture Series

Stony Brook University
Department of Mathematics and Institute for Mathematical Sciences

  • October 20-22
    János Kollár
    Princeton University

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

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

  • October 1-10, 1996
    Isadore Singer

    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