 2015  24th Annual Memorial Lecture
Dr. David Gabai
"Poincare's work on Topology"
 2014  23rd Annual Memorial Lecture
Dr. Tom Apostol
"Geometric Snapshots from Ancient Times to Modern Times"
 2013  22nd Annual Memorial Lecture
Dr. Bjorn Poonen
"Undecideability in Number Theory"
 2012  21st Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr.
Gunther Cornelissen
"Close Encounters with Tori"
 2011  20th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr.
Benjamin Weiss
"The Road Coloring Problem and Symbolic Dynamics"
 2010  19th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr.
Don
Zagier
"Zeta functions, periods, and Diophantine equations"
 2009  18th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr. Bernd
Sturmfels
"Tropical Mathematics"
 2008  17th Annual Memorial
Lecuture
Dr.
Benedict Gross
"Extending N! to functions on the real and padic numbers, and their
values at rational arguments"
 2007  16th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr.
Bradley
Efron
" Baseball, Shakespeare, and Modern Statistical Theory"
 2006  15th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Dr. Roger
Howe
"Birthdays, Curses and Primes "
 2005  13th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Jordan Ellenberg
"Diophantus, Fermat and Beyond"
 2004  12th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Peter Lax
"Multivariable Calculus Made Easy"
 2003  11th Annual
Memorial Lecture
Fan Chung Grahm
"Can You Hear the Shape of a Network?"
 2002  10th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Persi Diaconis
"The Mathematics of Perfect Shuffles"
 2000  9th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Robert Osserman
"The Shape of the Universe
 1999  8th Annual Memorial
Lecture
Cleve Moler
"How Math Might Save Your Life"
 1998  7th Annual Memorial Lecture
Leonid Rudin
"Mathematical Anatomy of Video"
 1997  6th Annual Memorial Lecture
John Todd
"Charlie DePrima and us"
 1996  5th Annual Memorial Lecture
Cathleen S. Morawetz
"Quadratic inequalities and their magical help"
 1995  4th Annual Memorial Lecture
Basil Gordon
"Partitions in number theory, geometry, and graphs"
 1994  3th Annual Memorial Lecture
Tom Apostol
"What is the most suprising result in Mathematics"
 1993  2nd Annual Memorial Lecture
Ray Redheffer
"Information, Probability, and the Uniqueness of You and Me"
 1992  Inaugural Memorial Lecture
Peter Lax
"Witty Mathematics"
