# Leonidas Alaoglu Memorial Lecture in Mathematics

**The Leonidas Alaoglu Memorial Lecture was established by friends and family of the late Leonidas Alaoglu in recognition of his great talents, distinguished contributions to mathematics, and long friendship with Caltech. The Institute is privileged to honor his memory with a lecture each year by an outstanding mathematician.**

"Relatively Few Rational Points"

"Microlocal analysis on representation and applications to Number Theory"

"The power of weakness and randomness (when you are short on time)"

"The virtual Haken conjecture"

"Motives associated to configuration spaces, fundamental groups,..."

"The Exceptional Character Issues"

"Symplectic rigidity and quantum-classical correspondence"

"Simple Things We Don't Know"

"Geometries for automorphism groups of free groups"

"The Universe Beyond (Far Beyond)"

"Weighted Orbital Integrals and the Langlands Program"

"Oppenheim conjecture"

"Elliptic curves and modular forms"

"Billiards"

"Statistical 3x + 1 - problem"

"Solitions Symmetry and Fullerenes"

"Multivariate Phenomena in Complex Analysis"

"Planar lattice models in statistical mechanics: A mathematicians dreams of an initial theory"

"A Selective History of Invariant Theory"

"Hyperplane arrangements in algebra, combinatorics, geometry and topology"

"Regularized Harmonic Series in Number Theory"

"Can We Trust Computer-Generated Images?"

"On the Communication and Understanding of Mathematics"

"A Method of Proof by Approximation"

"Binary Trees"

"Two Centuries of Quadratic Fields"

"Primes, Quantum Chaos and Computers"

"The Harmonic Series: Applications and Unsolved Problems"

"The Role of Weak Topology in Functional Analysis"