Department of Mathematical Sciences > Outreach > Harald Bohr Lectures
The department is proud to announce the inauguration of the Harald Bohr lecture series in mathematics, named after the distinguished Danish mathematician Harald Bohr (18871951), to honor his legacy as an eminent and passionate communicator of mathematics.
The Harald Bohr lecturers are outstanding mathematicians from both pure and applied mathematics.
The lectures are held 23 times per year, usually on Tuesday afternoons at 15:15 after the department tea. The Harald Bohr lecture series is organized by Magdalena Musat.
Upcoming Harald Bohr Lectures:
Wednesday 14 March 2018 Sir Andrew Wiles, Royal Society Research Professor at the University of Oxford. Joint Harald Bohr Lecture and Danish Mathematical Society Special Abel Prize Lecture. 
Past Harald Bohr Lectures:

28 November 2017 Professor Stanislav Smirnov, Université de Genève and Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. 

10 October 2017 Professor Dr. Paul Embrechts, ETH Zurich Title: The mathematics of risk 

13 June 2017 Peter Sarnak, Professor at Princeton University & the Institute for Advanced Study Title: Navigating U(2) with Golden Gates 

1 November 2016 Stephen M. Stigler (Ernest DeWitt Burton Distinguished Service Professor) University of Chicago Title: The Seven Pillars of Statistical Wisdom 

19 April 2016 Alain Connes, Professor at the Collège de France, IHES,and Distinguished Professor at Ohio State University. Title: Geometry and the Quantum 

29 October 2015 Title: Diophantine equations 

14 April 2015 Title: Some open questions on asymptotics of groups and algebras SLIDES from the talk. 

24 March 2015 

28 October 2014 Étienne Ghys (Directeur de recherche CNRS), ENS Lyon Title: The topology of a curve in the neighborhood of a singular point 
