Distinguished Lecture Series
Each year, the CRM invites eminent mathematicians to give lectures in specific areas of the mathematical sciences.
The Aisenstadt Chair allows us to host in each thematic program highly renowned mathematicians for a stay ranging from one week to one semester. The Aisenstadt Chairholders give a series of lectures on a topic determined for its interest and impact within the thematic program, the first of which, at the request of the donor André Aisenstadt, must be accessible to a large audience. They are also invited to write a monograph in the CRM Monographs series distributed by the American Mathematical Society.
CRM Nirenberg Lectures in Geometric Analysis
The Nirenberg Lecture Series is named after Louis Nirenberg, one of the most prominent scholars in geometric analysis of our time.
CRM Distinguished Lectures in Applied Mathematics
This lecture series will be held in the spring and will bring to the CRM up to two speakers per year. The lectures will be devoted to a different theme each year.