Takagi Lectures


Teiji Takagi (1875--1960)


List of Takagi Lecturers
The Takagi Lectures are the first series of lectures in mathematics to bear a Japanese mathematician's name.

In 2006, the Mathematical Society of Japan (MSJ) introduced the Takagi Lectures as research survey lectures at the highest level for a wide range of mathematicians by the finest contemporary mathematicians. A preliminary version of the lecture notes is availabe as a Takagi Booklet on the day of the Lectures, and a final form is published by the Japanese Journal of Mathematics.

The lectures have been named in honor of Professor Teiji Takagi (1875-1960), the creator of the Class Field Theory and the father of modern mathematical research in Japan. He served at the 1st Fields Medal Committee with Birkhoff, Cartan, Carathéodory and Severi.

The videos of the previous lectures are available on the Internet.
Japanese
P.-L. Lions
P.-L. Lions, the 1st Takagi Lecturer
S. Smale
S. Smale, the 1st Takagi Lecturer
Takagi Booklet
Takagi Booklet
The 13th Takagi Lectures
November 16--17, 2013
(RIMS)
10th
May, 2012

(RIMS)
11th
Nov., 2012

(Tokyo)
12th
May, 2013

(Tokyo)
7th
Nov., 2009

(Tokyo)
8th
Nov., 2010

(RIMS)
9th
Jun., 2011

(RIMS)
Takagi Lectures are supported by
       The Mathematical Society of Japan
       The surplus of the ICM 90 Kyoto
       Japanese Journal of Mathematics (published by MSJ and Springer)
       RIMS (2006 Autumn, 2010 Autumn, 2011 Spring, 2012 Spring, 2013 Autumn)
       University of Tokyo (2007 Spring, Autumn, 2008 Autumn, 2009 Autumn, 2012 Autumn, 2013 Spring)
       Kyoto University (2008 Spring)
       Hokkaido University (2009 Spring)
       The French-Japanese Scientific Forum (2008 Autumn)


Organizing Committee
Yasuyuki Kawahigashi, Toshiyuki Kobayashi, Hiraku Nakajima, Kaoru Ono, Takeshi Saito
4th
Jun., 2008

(Kyoto)
5th
Oct., 2008

(Tokyo)
6th
Jun., 2009

(Hokkaido)
1st
Nov., 2006

(RIMS)
2nd
May, 2007

(Tokyo)
3rd
Nov., 2007

(Tokyo)
News Video
Japanese Journal of Mathematics
JJM
Poster
Poster

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