# Mathematics Awareness Month Public Lecture Series

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Mathematics Awareness Month is held each year in April. Its goal is to increase public understanding of and appreciation for mathematics. To that end Cornell's Department of Mathematics sponsors an annual public lecture. To learn more about Mathematics Awareness Month and its history, visit www.mathaware.org.

### Upcoming Lectures

The next lecture in this series will take place some time in April, 2019. More information will be forthcoming

### Previous Lectures in the Series

- Bobby Kleinberg, Cornell University

Card Games, Inevitable Patterns, and Computation (2018) - Alberto A. Martínez, University of Texas at Austin

Pythagoras and Other Fictions: Do we need them in math? (2017) - Lionel Levine, Cornell University

The Future of Prediction (2016) - David S. Ross, Rochester Institute of Technology

Careers in Math: What They Are, What They Should Be (2015) - John Maceli, Ithaca College:

What is Mathematical Magic? (2014) - David Shmoys, Cornell University:

Computational Sustainability: An algorithmic lens for better decision-making (2013) - Paul Velleman, Cornell University:

Surfng the Data Deluge (2012) - John Hubbard, Cornell University:

The Price of Anarchy (2011) - Allen Knutson, Cornell University:

The Mathematics of Juggling (2010) - Christopher Danforth, University of Vermont, Thomas Pfaff, Ithaca College, Zellman Warhaft, Cornell University, and Mary Lou Zeeman, Cornell University and Bowdoin College:

Mathematics and Climate (2009) - Michael A. Jones, Montclair State University:

What a Difference a Procedure Makes: Scoring Rules in Politics and Sports (2008) - David Field, Cornell University:

Unraveling the Knot of our Sensory Experience (2007) - Graeme Bailey, Cornell University:

Keeping and Sharing Secrets (2006) - John Hubbard, Cornell University:

Order and Chaos in the Solar System (2005) - Steven Strogatz, Cornell University:

Sync (2004) - Warwick Tucker, Cornell University:

Using a Computer to do Rigorous Mathematics (2002) - Robert Connelly, Cornell University:

How to Unfold a Carpenter's Rule in the Plane (2001) - John Hubbard, Cornell University:

Chaos, Complication and Control (2000)