20082009 
Stephen Stigler
University of Chicago 

Afternoon Lecture 
The Five Most Consequential Ideas in the History of
Statistics
Abstract 

Evening Lecture 
Skill or Luck?
A Statistical Look at Tournament Golf
Abstract 

20072008 
Colin Clark
University of British Columbia 

Afternoon Lecture 
Dynamic Models of Animal Behavior Abstract


Evening Lecture 
The Mathematics of Conservation Abstract


20062007 
Barry Mazur
Harvard University 

Afternoon Lecture 
Open Problems About Probability Distributions in Number
Theory Abstract 

Evening Lecture 
A Modern View of Classical Questions in Arithmetic
Abstract 

20052006 
Peter Winkler
Albert Bradley Third Century Professor in the Sciences
Dartmouth College 

Afternoon Lecture 
Submodular Percolation 

Evening Lecture 
Mathematical Puzzles You Think You Must Not Have Heard
Correctly 

20032004 
Jeffrey Weeks
Mathematician and Author of The Shape of Space 

Afternoon Lecture 
Workshop on Curved Space Abstract


Evening Lecture 
The Shape of Space Abstract


20022003 
Frank Morgan
Dennis Meenan '54 Third Century Professor of Mathematics
Williams College 

Afternoon Lecture 
Proof of the Double Bubble Conjecture Abstract

Evening Lecture 
The Soap Bubble Geometry Contest
Abstract 

20012002 
George E. Andrews
Evan Pugh Professor of Mathematics
Pennsylvania State University 

Afternoon Lecture 
An Old Algorithm in a New Era
(Major MacMahon, you were born too soon!) Abstract

Evening Lecture 
Ramanujan, Fibonacci Numbers and Continued Fractions
(Or, Why I took Zeckendorf's Theorem along on my last trip to Canada.)
Abstract 

20002001 
Kenneth A. Ribet
Professor of Mathematics
University of California, Berkeley 

Afternoon Lecture 
Serre's Conjectures Picture

Evening Lecture 
Fermat's Last Theorem and Other Diophantine Problems Picture


19992000 
Jonathan M. Borwein
Gordon M. Shrum Professor of Science
Director, Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics
Simon Fraser University 

Afternoon Lecture 
Experimental Mathematics and Exact Computation Abstract
(pdf) 
Evening Lecture 
The Impact of Technology on the Doing of Mathematics Abstract
(pdf) 

19981999 
Carolyn S. Gordon
Professor of Mathematics
Dartmouth College 

Afternoon Lecture 
When You Can't Hear the Shape of a Manifold Abstract

Evening Lecture 
You Can't Hear the Shape of a Drum Abstract


19971998 
Mary Ellen Rudin
Professor of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin, Madison 

Afternoon Lecture 
What is Topology? 
Evening Lecture 
Women in Mathematics 

19961997 
László Lovász
Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics
Yale University 

Afternoon Lecture 
Random Walk and Sampling 
Evening Lecture 
Randomness: What is it and What is it Good For? 

19951996 
Frederick Mosteller
Roger Irving Lee Professor of Mathematical Statistics, Emeritus
Harvard University 

Afternoon Lecture 
Experiments in Ability Grouping and Class Size 
Evening Lecture 
The Meaning of Probabilistic Expressions: How Likely is Likely?


19941995 
Saunders MacLane
Max Mason Distinguished Service Professor
University of Chicago 

19931994 
Persi Diaconis
Professor of Mathematics
Harvard University 

19921993 
John H. Conway
John von Neumann Professor of Mathematics
Princeton University 

19911992 
Paul R. Halmos
Professor of Mathematics
Santa Clara University 

19901991 
Bradley Efron
Max H. Stein Professor of Humanities and Sciences
Professor of Statistics and Biostatistics
Stanford University 

19891990 
Carl Pomerance
Research Professor of Mathematics
University of Georgia 

19881989 
HeinzOtto Peitgen
Professor of Mathematics
University of Bremen 

19861987 
Ronald L. Graham
Director, Mathematical Sciences Research Center
AT&T Bell Laboratories 