Taussky-Todd Memorial Lecture Series
Professors John Todd and Olga Taussky-Todd made significant, lasting contributions to the Department of Mathematics over their combined decades at the Institute as well as through their generosity. One such contribution was the endowment of the Taussky-Todd Distinguished Visitors position. Taussky-Todd Distinguished Visitors are invited to give a seminar during their time at Caltech known as the Taussky-Todd Memorial Lecture in Mathematics.
"L-functions, moments and subconvexity"
"In a Shadow of the Riemann Hypothesis: Approximation Problems on the Hilbert Multidisc"
"Convexity and Suberconvexity bounds for automorphic periods and Representation Theory I"
"Convexity and Subconvexity bounds for automorphic periods II"
"Stacks in Representation Theory: What is a continuous representation of an algebraic group?"
"Periods and global invariants of automorphic representation"
"Geršgorin and His Circles"