The Stanford University Mathematical Organization hosts a math lecture approximately every other week by a professor, grad student, or visitor about undergraduate-accessible topics in pure and applied mathematics. The purpose of this series is to expose undergraduates to some topics not normally covered in the classroom, as well as to introduce them to Stanford’s math faculty and community. Talks will be accessible to students who know basic linear algebra.
The Speaker Series is held on (approximately) alternating Tuesdays in the Winter and Spring quarters, 5:30–6:20pm in the Ricker Dining Green Room (238 Santa Teresa Street), unless otherwise noted. Food is not provided but can be brough in from the dining room before the talk.
Click on a title below to get a link for an abstract for the talk.