## Speakers | ||

Jacob Fox Professor Stanford University "Ramsey Theory: Order from Chaos," 2016.Held at MSRI |
Gabriel Carroll Assistant Professor of Economics, Stanford University "Auctions," 2015.Held at MSRI |
Sam Vandervelde Associate Professor of Mathematics, St. Lawrence University "Graphing Groups in the Projective Plane," 2014.Held at MSRI |

Olga Holtz Professor of Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley "Algorithmic Complexity," 2013.Held at MSRI |
James Propp Professor of Mathematics, University of Massachusetts Lowell "Quasirandom processes," 2012.Held at MSRI |
Bernd Sturmfels Professor of Mathematics, UC Berkeley "Tropical Mathematics," 2011.Held at MSRI |

Thomas Banchoff Professor of Mathematics, Brown University "Seeing in the Fourth Dimension," 2010.Held at MSRI |
Francis Edward Su Professor of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College "Voting in Agreeable Societies," 2009.Held at MSRI |
John H. ConwayProfessor of Mathematics, Princeton University "The Lexicode Theorem?" 2008.Held at MSRI |

Federico Ardila San Francisco State University "Tilings," 2007.Held at MSRI |
Arthur BenjaminProfessor of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College "Fibonacci Numbers," 2006.Held at MSRI |
Melanie WoodsPrinceton University "Ramsey Theory: Amongst enough chaos, can we find order?" 2005.Held at USF |

Joe Buhler Center for Communications Research and Reed College "Juggling Permutations," 2004.Held at UC Berkeley |
Ravi Vakil Professor of Mathematics, Stanford University "Why is the Golden Mean Everywhere?" 2003.Held at Stanford University |
Joseph Gallian Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Minnesota, Duluth "Breaking Driver's Licence Codes," 2002.Held at SJSU |

Ron Graham Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, UC San Diego "Mathematics in the 21st Century: Problems and Prospects," 2001.Held at Mills College |
Persi Diaconis Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Stanford University "Card Tricks and the Mathematics of Magic," 2000.Held at USF |
Alan Weinstein Professor of Mathematics, UC Berkeley "The Geometry of Random Expectation," 1999.Held at UC Berkeley |