Sackler Distinguished Lectures

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The Sackler Distinguished Lectures are an endowed annual lecture series, bringing an outstanding mathematician to Israel every year. The lectures are given at Tel Aviv University. They are supported by Raymond R. Sackler (a brother of Arthur M. Sackler) and his wife, Beverly, philanthropists with a commitment to support scientific research.

The first lecture series took place in 1980.

List of the Sackler Distinguished Lecturers[1][edit]


  1. ^ The list of the past distinguish lectures, The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lectures [1]
  2. ^ Wahl delivers Sackler Distinguished Lectures in Mathematics, 2011-12 Recap, UNC Mathematics - Carolina Corollaries [2]
  3. ^ Announcement of Yuval Peres' first Distinguished Sackler Lecture, December 23, 2013 [3]