de Leeuw Distinguished Lectures

The de Leeuw Lecture Series was initiated in 1978 to honor the memory of Professor Karel de Leeuw, a member of the Stanford Department of Mathematics from 1957–1978. The series consists of lectures aimed at a general, scientifically literate audience. 

Past de Leeuw Lecture Events

March
8
Date
Thu March 8th 2018, 4:30pm
Location:
Building 200 Room 002
Speaker
Jonathan Mattingly (Duke University)

In October 2017, I found myself testifying for hours in a federal court.  I had not been arrested.

October
16
Date
Wed October 16th 2013, 4:30pm
Location:
Building 370 Room 370
Speaker
Jean Pierre Bourguignon (IHÉS-Stanford University)

The historical development of the geometric understanding of harmony is the subject of this lecture.

de Leeuw Lecture Visitors

Professor of Mathematics
Stanford University
Professor of Mathematics
Princeton University
Professor of Mathematics
University of Pennsylvania
IHÉS, France
Professor of Biological Sciences
Stanford University