# The Distinguished Lecture Series

### 2014

**Carlos Simpson**, Université de Nice

*Non-abelian Hodge theory, I, II, III*, March 5, 6, 7, 2014

### 2011

**Gunnar Carlsson**, Stanford University

*Topology and Data, I, II*, April 18, 19, 2011

### 2010

**Ivan Fesenko**, University of Nottingham

*Higher fields and adeles associated to arithmetic surfaces, and a translation**invariant integration on higher local fields and adeles*, April 20, 2010*K-delic structures on arithmetic surfaces and two-dimensional**class field theory*, April 21, 2010*Zeta integral on a regular model of an elliptic over a global field and**applications to three fundamental properties of its zeta function*, April 22, 2010

### 2009

**Fred Cohen**, University of Rochester

*On natural subspaces of products, and their applications*, March 31, 2009*Generalized moment-angle complexes*, April 1, 2009*Spaces of homomorphisms and representations*, April 2, 2009

### 2008

**Florian Pop**, University of Pennsylvania

*New developments in anabelian geometry, I, II, III*, April 16, 17, 18, 2008

### 2005

**Marc Levine**, Northeastern University

*Algebraic cobordism*, January 25, 2005*Algebraic cobordism*, algebraic K-theory and the Chow ring, January 26, 2005*Degree formulas and Steenrod operations*, January 27, 2005

### 2004

**Yum-Tong Siu**, Harvard University

*Analytic methods in algebraic geometry I, II, III*, April 1, 2, 3, 2004

### 2003

**Joachim Cuntz**, Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster

*K-homology for the Weyl algebra and the noncommutative Chern character I, II*, April 14, 15, 2003

### 2002

**Vladimir Voevodsky**, Institute for Advanced Study

*Motivic homotopy theory*, April 25, 2002*Framed correspondences*, April 26, 2002

### 2001

**Haynes Miller**, Massachussets Institute of Technology

*Algebraic Topology in a New Key*, March 25, 2001*Groups in algebraic topology*, March 26, 2001*Elliptic moduli in algebraic topology*, March 27, 2001

### 2000

**Stephen Lichtenbaum**, Brown University

*An introduction to motives and motivic cohomology theory, I, II*, March 13, 14, 2000

### 1999

**Lisa Jeffrey**, University of Toronto

*Symplectic geometry and Hamiltonian group actions I, II, III*, March 29, 30, 31, 1999

**Steve Gersten**, University of Utah

*Groups as geometric objects*, March 15, 1999*The word problem and hyperbolic groups*, March 16, 1999*Homological invariants*, March 17, 1999

**James Stasheff**, University of North Carolina

*A survey of cohomological physics*, February 18, 1999*From operads to string field theory*, February 18, 1999*Homological perturbation theory and the master equation*, February 19, 1999

### 1998

**Kumar Murty**, University of Toronto

*Galois groups and arithmetic*, April 6, 1998*Frobenius and Galois*, April 7, 1998*Chebotarev and L-functions*, April 8, 1998

### 1997

**Paul Baum**, Pennsylvania State University

*A brief history of K-theory*, April 28, 1997*Statement and proof of the Atiyah-Singer index theorem*, April 29, 1997*Elliptic operators and K-homology*, April 30, 1997*K-theory for group C*-algebras*, May 1, 1997