Myhill Lecturers
Nov. 1988 Victor Kac (MIT)
Feb. 1989 David Saltman (U. of Texas, Austin)
March 1990 Cameron Gordon (U. of Texas, Austin)
Combinatorial Methods in Knot Theory
Nov. 1990 Armand Borel (IAS)
L2-Harmonic Forms and Topological Invariants
History of Full Reducibility and Invariants for SL2
Nov. 1991 Leon A. Takhtajan (U. of Colorado)
Geometry and Physics: Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces, Complex Geometry of Moduli Spaces and Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity
April 1993 Ross Street (Macquarie Univ.) Categorical Structures in Mathematical Physics and Computing (and Vice Versa)
March 1994 Peter Kronheimer (Oxford U. and IAS)
March 1995 Stuart Antman (U. Maryland)
Dissipation and Its Delights
Apr.-May 1996 V. Kumar Murty (U. of Toronto)
Fermat's Last Theorem, Congruences and L-Functions
April 1997 DeWitt Sumners (Florida State Univ., Tallahassee)
The Topology of DNA
April 1998 Robert V. Kohn (NYU-Courant Institute)
The Mathematics of Material Microstructure
March 1999 Gang Tian (MIT)
Quantum Cohomology
April 2000 Hyman Bass (Univ. of Michigan)
Tree Lattices
Rigid Discrete Groups
March 2001 Andre Kirillov (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
The Orbit Method in Representation Theory of Lie Groups and Beyond
April 2002 Robert K. Lazarsfeld (Univ. of Michigan at Ann Arbor)
Multiplier Ideals and their Applications in Algebraic Geometry
April 2003 Serguei Novikov (University of Maryland and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics (Russia)
Low Dimensional Topology in Analysis and Physics
April 2004 Christophe Margerin, (École Polytechnique, C.M.L.S.)
The Ricci flow to geometrize 3-manifolds
April 2005 Vladimir E. Zakharov (Univ. of Arizona)
Nonlinear waves, geometry, and integrable systems
April 2006 William Arveson (University of California, Berkeley)
Operator Theory and the K-Homology of Algebraic Varieties."
March 2007 Jonathan David Farley (University of the West Indies, Jamaica)
The Many Lives of Lattice Theory
March 2008 Benson Farb (University of Chicago)
Hidden symmetry
The Torelli group: algebra, topology and dynamics
April 2009 Mark Kisin (University of Chicago)
p-adic Hodge Theory
March 2010 George Papanicolaou (Stanford University)
Imaging with Noise
April 2011 Benjamin Weiss (Hebrew University)
The Isomorphism Problem in Ergodic Theory
April 2012 Mladen Bestvina (University of Utah)
March 2013 Peter Sarnak (Princeton University and IAS)
October 2013Percy Deift (Courant Institute)
Talks on Matrices
April 2015Ciprian  Manolescu (UCLA)
Non-triangulable manifolds via gauge theory
October 2016Gopal Prasad (Michigan)
Number Theory in Geometry