The Lecture Series

On the occasion of Prof. Thomas Kailath's 70th Birthday, a group of his former students and associates joined to honor his influence and contributions by endowing a fund that will support an annual lecture at Stanford University in mathematical engineering as well as colloquia, workshops and other research-enhancing activities.

The 2015 Kailath Lecture and Colloquium

Thursday and Friday, September 17-18, 2015

James H. Clark Center - Auditorium
Stanford University
318 Campus Drive West, Stanford, CA 94305

Directions & Parking
Directions can be found here.
Please park at one of three parking structures near Clark Center (Map).

Full Agenda (PDF)

Program (PDF)

The 2015 Kailath Lecture Program

The 2015 Kailath Lecture Featured Speaker

What Mathematical Algorithms Can Do for the Real (and Even Fake) World
Prof. Stanley Osher
Director of Applied Mathematics
University of California, Los Angeles
Director of Special Projects,
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)