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23 Jun 2018 • Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyot, Japan
The Takagi Lectures are expository lectures by the finest contemporary mathematicians. The Mathematical Society of Japan (MSJ) inaugurated the Takagi Lectures as prestigious research survey lectures. The Takagi Lectures are the first series of the MSJ official lectures in mathematics to be honored with this respected Japanese mathematician's name. The lectures are intended for a wide range of mathematicians, and are as a rule held twice a year. The Takagi Lectures bear the name of the principal creator of Class Field Theory, Professor Teiji Takagi (1875--1960). In Japan, he is also known as the founder of the Japanese School of modern mathematics. Internationally, he served as one of the first Fields Medal Committee Members in 1936 together with G.D. Birkhoff, É. Cartan, C. Carathéodory, and F. Severi. The Takagi Lectures are financially supported by the surplus from the ICM, which was held in Kyoto in 1990, with funding provided by MSJ.
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Last updated: 18 February 2018