Invited Addresses and Talks - Philippe Tondeur

Year Institution

1961 Univ. of Zurich

1962 Univ. of Paris

1963 ETH, Zurich

1964 Univ. of Recife
Univ. of Brasilia
IMPA, Rio de Janeiro
Univ. of Sao Paulo
Univ. of Tucuman
Univ. of Santiago de Chile
Univ. of Lima
Univ. of Caracas

1965 AMS Annual Meeting, Denver
Harvard Univ.
Princeton Univ.
Cornell Univ.
Syracuse Univ.
Rochester Univ.
Univ. of Toronto
Univ. of Minnesota

1966 Univ. of California, Berkeley (Visiting Lecturer)
Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver
Univ. of Washington, Seattle
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown
Univ. of California, Davis
Int. Congress of Math., Moscow

1967 Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Yale Univ., New Haven
Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst (Lecture Series)
Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
Univ. of Mexico
Univ. of Bucharest
Mathematical Institute Oberwolfach, Topologie Tagung

1968 Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand (Visiting Professor)
Univ. of Wellington, New Zealand
Christ Church Univ., New Zealand
Univ. of Canberra
Univ. of Melbourne
Tokyo Institute of Technology

1969 Univ. of Toronto
Univ. of Montreal

1970 ETH, Zurich

1971 Ohio State Univ., Columbus

1972 Univ. of Notre Dame
Univ. of Toronto

1973 ETH, Zurich (Lecture Series)
Univ. of Heidelberg (Visiting Professor)
Univ. of Mannheim
AMS Summer Research Institute on Differential Geometry,
Stanford Univ.

1974 Ohio State Univ., Columbus

1975 ETH, Zurich (Lecture Series)
Indiana Univ., Bloomington

1976 NSF Regional Conference on Symplectic Geometry, Chapel Hill
Univ. of Warwick
AMS Summer Research Institute on Algebraic and Geometric Topology,
Stanford Univ.
AMS Meeting, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Invited Hour Lecture)

1977 Ohio State Univ., Columbus
Univ. of Montreal (Lecture Series)

1978 ETH, Zurich (Lecture Series)

1979 Indiana Univ., Bloomington

1980 NSF Regional Conference on Harmonic Maps, Tulane Univ.

1981 AMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco
Year in Differential Geometry, Univ. of Maryland (Lecture Series)

1982 AMS Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
Differential Geometry and Global Analysis Conference,
Münster  (Germany)
Univ. of Zurich (Visiting Professor)

1983 Yale University (Lecture Series)
Tagung in Differentialgeometrie im Grossen,
Mathematical Institute Oberwolfach

1984 Univ. of Rome (Visiting Professor)
Differential Geometry and Global Analysis Conference,
Techn. Univ. Berlin
Univ. of Dortmund

1985 Differential Geometry Conference, Peniscola (Spain)
AMS Meeting, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia

1986 Colloquium on Symplectic Geometry and Mathematical Physics,
Univ. of Lyon (France)
Colloquium on Harmonic Maps,
Centre International de Rencontres Mathematiques, Luminy (Marseille, France)

1987 Univ. Paris VII (Séminaire Besse)
Michigan State Univ., East Lansing
Univ. of Santiago de Compostela (Visiting Professor)
Max Planck Institute für Mathematik, Bonn (Visiting Professor)
AMS Meeting, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln
Emory Univ., Atlanta (Argonne Distinguished Lecture Series)

1988 NSF Regional Conference on Kaluza-Klein Theories,
Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Ohio State Univ., Columbus
Univ. of Illinois, Chicago
Differential Geometry Conference, Peniscola (Spain)
Univ. of Bilbao
Univ. of Vienna
Differential Geometry and Global Analysis Conference,
Irsee, Bavaria (Germany)
AMS Summer Research Conference on Geometric and Topological
Invariants of Elliptic Operators, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
NSF Regional Conference on Kaehler Geometry and Several Complex Variables,
Eastern Illinois Univ., Charleston
Differential Geometry Workshop, Hamilton, Ontario
Conference on Differential Geometry,
Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence
AMS Meeting, Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence

1989 Differential Geometry Day, Eastern Illinois Univ., Charleston
Ohio State Univ., Columbus
Univ. of Basel
NSF Regional Conference on Heat Equations in Geometry,
Univ. of Hawaii, Honolulu
Reinhart Memorial Foliation Conference, Univ. of Maryland

1990 Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
Univ. of Leuven, Belgium (Visiting Professor)
Differential Geometry and Global Analysis Conference, Techn. Univ. Berlin
AMS Summer Research Institute on Differential Geometry, UCLA
Conference on Foliations, Lódz (Poland)

1991 AMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco
NSF Regional Geometry Institute, Park City, Utah
Tôhoku Univ., Sendai
Hokkaido Univ., Sapporo
Kanazawa Univ., Kanazawa
Nagoya Univ., Nagoya
Workshop on Global Analysis, Keio Univ., Yokohama

1992 AMS Meeting, Southwest Missouri Univ., Springfield

1993 Tagung in Differentialgeometrie im Grossen, Oberwolfach
Micro-Program in Riemannian Geometry,
Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences,
Waterloo Univ., Ontario
International Symposium on the Geometric Study of Foliations
Chuo Univ. and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo.
Keio Univ., Yokohama (Visiting Professor)
Yonsei Univ., Seoul

1994 Holiday Mathematics Symposium on Analytic Gauge Theory,
New Mexico State Univ., Las Cruces
Romanian National Conference on Geometry and Topology,
Univ. of Timisoara
VII Internat. Colloq. on Differential Geometry,
Analysis and Geometry in Foliated Manifolds, Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

1995 Conference on Foliations: Geometry and Dynamics,
Banach Center, Warsaw
Univ of Zürich

1996 AMS Meeting, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City
AMS Meeting, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia

1997 National Chairs meeting, NRC, Washington, D.C.,
Presentation of Recent Progress in Mathematics at UIUC

1998 UIUC-CNRS meeting, Beckman Institute, UIUC,
Presentation of Interdisciplinary Research Initiatives in Mathematics at UIUC
UIUC-NSF OPAAL site visit
Presentation of Interdisciplinary Research Initiatives in Mathematics at UIUC
NSF - Division of Mathematical Sciences, Washington, D.C.
A View on The Future of the Mathematical Sciences
National Chairs Meeting, NRC, Washington, D.C.
How to successfully chair a Department of Mathematics
NSF - Director and Staff, Washington, D.C.
Mathematics Research and Education

1999 AMS - Committee on Science Policy, Washington, D.C.
The role of the Director of the Division of Mathematical Sciences
NSF - MPS Advisory Committee, Washington, D.C.
Mathematics at the Beginning of the 21st Century
JPBM - Washington, D.C.
The Mathematical Sciences at NSF
Univ. of California - Los Angeles
Funding, Goals, and Future of the Mathematical Sciences
NSF - Washington, D.C.
A Vision for the Mathematical Sciences
BMS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
Fundamental and Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences
National Chairs Meeting, NAS - Washington, D.C.
Funding and Goals for the Division of Mathematical Sciences
JPBM - Washington, D.C.
An Initiative for the Mathematical Sciences
CBMS - Washington, D.C.
The Role of the Division of Mathematical Sciences

2000 AMS - Washington, D.C.
The Mathematical Sciences at the Beginning of The Third Millennium
Univ. of California - Santa Barbara
Federal Funding Prospects for the Mathematical Sciences
Univ. of Arizona - Tucson, Arizona
A NSF Perspective on the Mathematical Sciences
Univ. of Maryland, College Park
The Mathematical Sciences in 2010
Geometry Festival at the University of Maryland, College Park
Prospects for the Mathematical Sciences
BMS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
A Mathematical Sciences Initiative at NSF
Howard Univ., Washington, D.C.
Workforce Issues for the Mathematical Sciences
JPBM - Washington, D.C.,
The Funding Outlook for the Mathematical Sciences
Cornell Univ., Ithaca,
David Blackwell and Richard Tapia - Their contributions
to the Mathematical Sciences
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison,
Vision 2020 for the Mathematical Sciences
IPAM - Univ. of California, Los Angeles
A Forthcoming Initiative in the Mathematical Sciences
MSRI - Univ. of California, Berkeley
The Mathematical Sciences Initiative
Nankai Institute of Mathematics, Tianjin, China
Challenges and Opportunities for the Mathematics Sciences
BMS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
More details on NSF's Mathematical Sciences Initiative.
MPS Advisory Committee - NSF, Washington, D.C.
Opportunities for the Mathematical Sciences.
JPBM - Washington, D.C.
The Outlook for NSF's Mathematical Sciences Initiative.

2001 AMS Annual Meeeting - New Orleans
An outline of NSF's Mathematical Sciences Initiative.
Duke University - Raleigh, N.C.
An NSF perspective of the Mathematical Sciences.
Princeton - Princeton Committee on the Mathematical Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study
The Nation's investment in the Mathematical Sciences
BMS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
The NSF Investment in the Mathematical Sciences.
AMS, Committee on Science Policy - Washington, D.C.
The FY 2002 Budget for the Mathematical Sciences at NSF.
SIAM, Committee on Science Policy - Washington, D.C.
Strategic Planning for the Mathematical Sciences.
JPBM - Washington, D.C.
Budget Strategy for the Mathematical Sciences.
Univ. of California - Santa Cruz
An NSF Perspective of the Mathematical Sciences.
University of Texas, Austin
The Pervasiveness of the Mathematical Sciences
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
The Role of the Mathematical Sciences
Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS)
Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
Opportunities and Challenges for the Mathematical Sciences
AMS, Committee on Education - Washington, D.C.
DMS and Mathematics Education
NSERC - NSF, joint BIRS Award Ceremony
A new Mathematical Sciences Conference Center
CBMS - National Summit on the Mathematics Preparation of Teachers
Tyson Corner, Arlington, VA
Mathematics in the World after 9/11
BMS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
The Mathematical Sciences as an NSF Priority Area

2002 Mathematics Joint Meeting - San Diego
New Directions for the Mathematical Sciences at NSF
Mathematics Joint Meeting - San Diego
Digital Mathematics Library
MSRI - Berkeley, CA
The Mathematical Sciences - a perspective on the federal support role after
serving three years as Director of NSF's Division of Mathematical Sciences
Statistical Society Presidents - Washington, D.C.
Statistics and the Mathematical Sciences Priority Area
Geometry Festival - Courant Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, NYU
An NSF perspective of the Mathematical Sciences - three years later
BMSA, NAS - Washington, D.C.
The Mathematical Sciences - a perspective on the federal support role after
serving three years as Director of NSF's Division of Mathematical Sciences
CATS, NAS - Washington, D.C.
Mathematics and Statistics support by NSF
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Mathematical Sciences - a perspective on the federal support role after
serving three years as Director of NSF's Division of Mathematical Sciences
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
On retiring from the faculty of the University of Illinois
Workshop on the Future of Statistics - Washington, D.C.
Mathematics and Statistics support by NSF
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Commencement Address for the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics
The Mathematical Sciences in our World
NAS, Washington, D.C.
On retiring from the Directorship of the Division of Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS)
Vancouver, B.C.
The Mathematical Sciences in our World
Discover Magazine at the U.S. Senate Hart Building, Washington, D.C.
Does Math Matter?

2003 Meeting of European Mathematics Program Directors - Paris
NSF funding of research in the Mathematical Sciences

2004 Ohio State University - Columbus
How the Division of Mathematical Sciences at NSF increased and allocated its budget from 1999 to 2003
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation - San Francisco
The World Digital Mathematical Library Project
Univ. of Santiago de Compostela
The funding of mathematics research by the U.S. Government

2005 Tohoku University - Sendai, Japan
The future of research in the Mathematical Sciences and the U.S. Government
Tohoku University - Sendai, Japan
Infrastructure needs of the Mathematical Sciences: The World Digital Mathematics Library
National Institute of Informatics - Tokyo
The World Digital Mathematics Library
Tulane University - New Orleans
The funding of the mathematical sciences in the U.S.
Colloquium on Future Directions in Mathematics - Brussels, Palace of the Academies
Infrastructure needs of the Mathematical Sciences and government support in the USA

2006 International Congress of Mathematicians 2006 - Madrid
EMS Panel on the question: Should mathematicians care about communicating to broad audiences?
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications - Minneapolis
Workshop on the Evolution of Mathematical Communication in the Age of Digital Libraries
Panel on Digital Libraries today.

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