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This is not a complete listing of all Hilldale lectures, but Hilldale lectures given with a Math emphasis as part of the Physical Sciences emphasis. For a list of complete Hilldale Lectures, see http://www.secfac.wisc.edu/PSci-Hilldale-Lectures.htm
2015-2016: Peter Sarnak, Eugene Higgins Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University, and Permanent Faculty Member at the Institute for Advanced Study, "Sum of Squares and Golden Gates"
2013-2014: William Cook, Professor in Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo. In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman: Mathematics at the Limits of Computation
2009-2010: Persi Diaconis, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Stanford University. "From Magic to Mathematics and Back"
2004-2005: Barry Mazur, Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University. "Bernoulli Numbers and the Unity of Mathematics"
1995-1996: Ivar Ekeland, Professor of Mathematics, University of Paris-Dauphine. "Variational Principles and Symplectic Geometry: From Galileo's Pendulum to Modern Symplectic Geometry"
1989-1990: George Andrews, Professor of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University. "The Amazing, Romantic Story of Ramanujan's Mathematics"
1978-1979: Mark Kac, Professor of Mathematics, Rockefeller University. "When is Random Random?" (audio available)