The Department of Mathematics of the University of Turin, organizes a series of lectures called ‘Lagrange Lectures’.
The scientific work of Joseph Louis Lagrange has always represented an important source of inspiration to the mathematical community of Turin, both in view of the vast diversity of topics treated by Lagrange and of the relevance of the results obtained.
The aim of Lagrange Lectures is to explore cutting-edge progresses in all the fields of Mathematics. The lectures are targeted at a broad, but mathematically/scientifically literate, audience. The invited speakers are mathematicians of renowned international fame, who should also be effective in popularizing the subject.
Organizer: Marco Cappiello.