Stanford University

Event Series

Distinguished Lecture

Each year the MRC invites outstanding mathematicians to deliver Distinguished Lecture Series. The mathematician gives up to three lectures and interacts with faculty, postdoctoral scholars and…

Public Lecture

A recent initiative, joint with the Friends of Stanford Mathematics is a series of lectures, for the public, by outstanding mathematicians, who are also wonderful communicators.

Bergman Lecture

Established in 1989, the Bergman Memorial Lecture Series invites an outstanding mathematician to deliver a distinguished lecture in honor of the work of Professor Stephan Bergman in pure and applied…

Kai Lai Chung Lecture

Established in 2013. These lectures bring a senior distinguished mathematician to Stanford University for a few days a year (once a year) and help bring the probability community together. Is also…

de Leeuw Lecture

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

Poincaré Lecture

Established in 2013, the Henri Poincaré Distinguished Visiting Professorship brings world-renowned distinguished mathematicians to Stanford University for at least one academic quarter to interact…

Beatrice Yormark Lecture

Established in 2012, the Beatrice Yormark Distinguished Lecture Series brings outstanding women mathematicians to Stanford to give talks on their research and interact with our students and faculty…