**Victor Kac** (MIT) November 1988

**David Saltman** (U. of Texas, Austin) February 1989

**Cameron Gordon** (U. of Texas, Austin)
*Combinatorial Methods in Knot Theory.* March 1990

**Armand Borel** (IAS),
*L*^{2}-Harmonic Forms and Topological Invariants
*History of Full Reducibility and Invariants for SL*_{2}. November 1990

**Leon A. Takhtajan** (U. of Colorado)
*Geometry and Physics: Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces, Complex Geometry of Moduli Spaces and Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity.* November 1991

**Ross Street** (Macquarie Univ.) *Categorical Structures in Mathematical Physics and Computing (and Vice Versa).* April 1993

**Peter Kronheimer** (Oxford U. and IAS) March 1994

**Stuart Antman** (U. Maryland)
*Dissipation and Its Delights*. March 1995

**V. Kumar Murty** (U. of Toronto) *
Fermat's Last Theorem, Congruences and L-Functions.* April/May 1996

DeWitt Sumners (Florida State University, Tallahassee) *
The Topology of DNA.* April 1997

Robert V. Kohn (NYU-Courant Institute)
*The Mathematics of Material Microstructure.* April 1998

**Gang Tian (**MIT) *
Quantum Cohomology*. March 1999

**Hyman Bass** (Univ. of Michigan)
*Tree Lattices
; Rigid Discrete Groups.* April 2000

**Andre Kirillov** (Univ. of Pennsylvania) *
The Orbit Method in Representation, Theory of Lie Groups and Beyon.* March 2001

**Robert K. Lazarsfeld** (Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor)
*Multiplier Ideals and their Applications in Algebraic Geometry.* April 2002

**Serguei Novikov** (University of Maryland and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics (Russia)
*Low Dimensional Topology in Analysis and Physics*. April 2003

**Christophe Margerin** (Ecole Polytechnique, C.M.L.S.)
*The Ricci flow to geometrize 3-manifolds*. April 2004

**Vladimir E. Zakharov** (Univ. of Arizona) *
Nonlinear waves, geometry, and integrable systems.* April 2005

**William Arveson** (University of California, Berkeley) *Operator Theory and the K-Homology of Algebraic Varieties.* April 2006

Jonathan David Farley (University of the West Indies, Jamaica) *
The Many Lives of Lattice Theory.* March 2007

Benson Farb (University of Chicago) *
Hidden Symmetry:
The Torelli group: algebra, topology and dynamics*. March 2008

**Mark Kisin** (University of Chicago) *
p-adic Hodge Theory*. April 2009

George Papanicolaou (Stanford University) *
Imaging with Noise*. March 2010

**Benjamin Weiss** (Hebrew University)
*The Isomorphism Problem in Ergodic Theory.* April 2011

**Mladen Bestvina** (University of Utah) April 2012

**Peter Sarnak** (Princeton University and IAS) March 2013

**Percy Deift** (Courant Institute)
*Talks on Matrices*. October 2013

**Ciprian Manolescu** (UCLA)
*Non-triangulable manifolds via gauge theory*. April 2015

Gopal Prasad (University of Michigan) *Number Theory in Geometry.* October 2016

**Guoliang Yu** (Texas A & M University) *Groups, Manifolds, and Higher Invariants of Elliptic Operators*. September, 2017

**Mark Newman** (University of Michigan) Lecture 1: *Epidemics, Erdos numbers, and the Internet: The mathematics of networks*; Lecture 2: *Randomized models of networks*; Lecture 3: *Phase transitions and belief propagation in sparse networks. *October 2018.

**Laura DeMarco** (Northwestern University) *Complex dynamics and arithmetic geometry,* September, 2019.