List of Takagi Lecturers

[2006 Autumn] [2007 Spring] [2007 Autumn] [2008 Spring] [2008 Autumn] [2009 Spring] [2009 Autumn]
[2010 Autumn] [2011 Spring] [2012 Spring] [2012 Autumn] [2013 Spring] [2013 Autumn] [2014 Autumn]
[2015 Spring] [2015 Autumn] [2016 Spring]
Japanese


2006 Autumn
  • Spencer Bloch (University of Chicago)
    Graphs and motives

    Japan. J. Math. 2, 165--196 (2007)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Pierre-Louis Lions (Collège de France)
    Mean field games

    Japan. J. Math. 2, 229--260 (2007)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Stephen Smale (Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, University of Chicago)
    A mathematical setting for emergence

    Japan. J. Math. 2, 197--227 (2007)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Claire Voisin (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu)
    Some aspects of the Hodge conjecture

    Japan. J. Math. 2, 261--296 (2007)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2007 Spring
  • Karl-Hermann Neeb (Technische Universität Darmstadt)
    Towards a Lie theory of locally convex groups

    Japan. J. Math. 1, 291--468 (2006)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Dan-Virgil Voiculescu (University of California)
    Aspects of free analysis

    Japan. J. Math. 3, 163--183 (2008)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Marc Yor (Universités Paris VI et VII)
    On penalisations of Wiener measure

    Japan. J. Math. 1, 263--290 (2006)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2007 Autumn
  • Junichiro Makino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    Do-it-yourself computational astronomy
    --- Hardwares, algorithms, softwares, and sciences

    Japan. J. Math. 3, 49--92 (2008)  [Abstract (PDF)]  [SpringerLink]
  • Paul Malliavin (Université Paris VI)
    Invariant or quasi-invariant probability measures for infinite dimensional groups

    Japan. J. Math. 3, 1--17 (2008)  [Abstract (PDF)]  [SpringerLink]
    Japan. J. Math. 3, 19--47 (2008)  [Abstract (PDF)]  [SpringerLink]
  • 2008 Spring
  • Hirosi Ooguri (California Institute of Technology, IPMU)
    Geometry as seen by string theory

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 95--120 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Oleg Viro (Steklov Institute at St. Petersburg and Stony Brook University)
    From the sixteenth Hilbert problem to Tropical Geometry

    Japan. J. Math. 3, 185--214 (2008)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2008 Autumn
  • Jean-Pierre Bourguignon (CNRS - Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques)
    Ricci curvature and measures

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 27--45 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Étienne Ghys (CNRS - École Normale Supérieure de Lyon)
    Right-handed vector fields and the Lorenz attractor

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 47--61 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Maxim Kontsevich (Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques)
    Holonomic D-modules and positive characteristic

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 1--25 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Nikita A. Nekrasov (Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques)
    Instanton partition functions and M-theory

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 63--93 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2009 Spring
  • Mikhail Khovanov (Columbia University)
    Categorifications from planar diagrammatics

    Japan. J. Math. 5, 153--181 (2010)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Dusa McDuff (Columbia University, Barnard College)
    Symplectic embeddings and continued fractions

    Japan. J. Math. 4, 121--139 (2009)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2009 Autumn
  • Michael Harris (Université Paris 7)
    Arithmetic applications of the Langlands program

    Japan. J. Math. 5, 1--71 (2010)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Michael Hopkins (Harvard University)
    The Kervaire invariant problem

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 1--14 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Uwe Jannsen (Universität Regensburg)
    Weights in arithmetic geometry

    Japan. J. Math. 5, 73--102 (2010)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Chandrashekhar Khare (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Serre's conjecture and its consequences

    Japan. J. Math. 5, 103--125 (2010)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • James McKernan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Mori dream spaces

    Japan. J. Math. 5, 127--151 (2010)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2010 Autumn
  • Alain Connes (Collège de France, IHÉS)
    The adèle class space and the Riemann zeta function
    The Witt construction in characteristic one and quantization

    Japan. J. Math. 6, 1--44 (2011)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Sergei Gukov (California Institute of Technology, Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik)
    Quantization via mirror symmetry

    Japan. J. Math. 6, 65--119 (2011)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • 2011 Spring
  • Simon Brendle (Stanford University)
    Evolution equations in Riemannian geometry

    Japan. J. Math. 6, 45--61 (2011)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Carlos E. Kenig (University of Chicago)
    Critical nonlinear dispersive equations: global existence, scattering, blow-up and universal profiles

    Japan. J. Math. 6, 121--141 (2011)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • 2012 Spring
  • Yves Benoist (CNRS, Orsay)
    Random walks on homogeneous spaces

    Japan. J. Math. 7, 135--166 (2012)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Assaf Naor (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences)
    The Ribe program---Ultrametric skeletons

    Japan. J. Math. 7, 167--233 (2012)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • 2012 Autumn
  • Paul Frank Baum (The Pennsylvania State University)
    Non-commutative geometry and the local Langlands conjecture

    Japan. J. Math. 9, 99--136 (2014)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Alex Lubotzky (Einstein Institute of Mathematics)
    Ramanujan complexes and high dimensional expanders

    Japan. J. Math. 9, 137--169 (2014)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Robert Seiringer (McGill University)
    Hot topics in cold gases---A mathematical physics perspective

    Japan. J. Math. 8, 185--232 (2013)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • 2013 Spring
  • Laurent Lafforgue (Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques)
    Kernels of Langlands' automorphic transfer and non-linear Poisson formulas

    Japan. J. Math. 9, 1--68 (2014)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Sorin Popa (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Classification and rigidity in operator algebras arising from free groups

     [Abstract (PDF)]
  • 2013 Autumn
  • Hee Oh (Yale University)
    Apollonian Circle Packings: Dynamics and Number Theory

    Japan. J. Math. 9, 69--97 (2014)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • Gang Tian (Princeton University, Beijing International Center for Mathematical Research)
    Kähler--Einstein Metrics on Fano Manifolds

    Japan. J. Math. 10, 1--41 (2015)  [Abstract] [SpringerLink]
  • 2014 Autumn
  • Alice Guionnet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Random Matrices and Free Analysis

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 33--68 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Ciprian Manolescu (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Floer Theory and Its Topological Applications

    Japan. J. Math. 10, 105--133 (2015)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Peter Scholze (Universität Bonn)
    On Torsion in the Cohomology of Locally Symmetric Varieties

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 15--32 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Akshay Venkatesh (Stanford University)
    Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups and Periods of Automorphic Forms

     [Abstract (PDF)]
  • 2015 Spring
  • Vaughan F.R. Jones (Vanderbilt University)
    Knots and Groups
    Subfactors Knots and Physics

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 69--111 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Anatoly Vershik (St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics)
    Invariant Measures, Exit Boundaries, Branching Graphs and Standardness of Filtrations

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 151--218 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Cédric Villani (Université de Lyon and Institut Henri Poincaré)
    Optimal Transport, Entropy and Curvature: The State of the Art

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 219--263 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2015 Autumn
  • Fabrizio Catanese (Universität Bayreuth)
    Kodaira Fibrations and Beyond: Methods for Moduli Theory

     [Abstract]
  • Jean-Pierre Demailly (Université de Grenoble I)
    Recent Progress towards the Kobayashi and Green--Griffiths--Lang Conjectures

     [Abstract]
  • Masaki Kashiwara (RIMS, Kyoto University)
    Riemann--Hilbert Correspondence for Holonomic D-modules

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 113--149 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University)
    From Riemann and Kodaira to Modern Developments on Complex Manifolds

    Japan. J. Math. 11, 265--303 (2016)  [Abstract (PDF)] [SpringerLink]
  • 2016 Spring
  • Kenji Fukaya (Simons Center for Geometry and Physics)
    Categorification of Invariants in Gauge Theory and Symplectic Geometry

     [Abstract]
  • Takagi Lecutres are supported by
    The Mathematical Society of Japan
    The surplus of the ICM 90 Kyoto
    Japanese Journal of Mathematics
    RIMS
    (2006 Autumn, 2010 Autumn, 2011 Spring, 2012 Spring, 2013 Autumn, 2016 Spring)
    University of Tokyo
    (2007 Spring, Autumn, 2008 Autumn, 2009 Autumn, 2012 Autumn, 2013 Spring, 2014 Autumn, 2015 Autumn)
    Kyoto University (2008 Spring)
    Hokkaido University (2009 Spring)
    Tohoku University (2015 Spring)
    The French-Japanese Scientific Forum (2008 Autumn)
    Organizing Committee
    Yasuyuki Kawahigashi, Toshiyuki Kobayashi, Hiraku Nakajima, Kaoru Ono, Takeshi Saito


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