The Radó Lectures were established to honor the memory of Tibor Radó, who was a member of the department from 1930 until his death in 1965. These lectures are to be given in some area of analysis, broadly interpreted. The following lectures have been held in this series:
2002: Mikhael Gromov, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Feb 25-27, 2002
2001: Gang Tian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "Einstein Metrics and the Complex Monge-Ampere Equations", Jan 22-24, 2001
1996: Robert MacPherson, Institute for Advanced Study, "Topology of spaces with torus actions", Apr 17-19, 1996
The Zassenhaus Lectures were established to honor the memory of Hans Zassenhaus, who was a member of the department from 1963 until his death in 1991. These lectures are to be given in some area of algebra, broadly interpreted. The following lectures have been held in this series:
2018: Sergey Fomin, University of Michigan, April 16, 17, 18, 2018
2010: Christopher Hacon, University of Utah, May 11, 13 and 14, 2010
2009: John G. Thompson, University of Cambridge and University of Florida, March 19 and 20, 2009
2004: Peter Sarnak, Princeton University, "Arithmetic and analysis on locally symmetric spaces", November 3-5, 2004
1998: Richard E. Borcherds, University of Cambridge, "Automorphic forms and infinite dimensional Lie algebras", Apr. 27-29, 1998
1994: Efim Zelmanov, University of Chicago, "On the Burnside problem and pro-p groups", Nov. 1-4, 1994
Radical Pi Lectures
The Radical Pi Lectures happen for the undergraduate students of Radical Pi Math Club.
Math Community Forum
The Math Community Forum (formerly called Math 2000 Colloquium Series) presents lectures on subjects, such as current teaching trends, for all those interested in improving the mathematics community both inside OSU and throughout the State of Ohio.
Five talks on the Poincare Conjecture, October 13-17, 2003
Boundaries of Groups - A View from the Inside, Lecture Series by Hillel Furstenberg, February 11 - March 15, 2002
Ergodic Theory and the Geometry of Fractals, Lecture Series by Hillel Furstenberg, February - March 2001
Noncommutative Geometry, Trace Formulas and the Zeros of the Riemann Zeta Function, Course by Alain Connes, Oct. 12 - Nov. 13, 1998
The Solving of Fermat's Last Theorem, Karl Rubin's Ohio State University Distinguished Lecture on May 22, 1997 · Slides and no-frames version (copied from Karl's home page with his gracious permission)
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