The Richard E. Phillips Distinguished Lecture Series was established in 1997 with generous endowment from the family of our late distinguished colleague Richard E. Phillips. The purpose of the Phillips Lectures is to advertise the utility and power of mathematics within the university, and to stimulate the interest of graduate students, postdocs and faculty. Interaction with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows is an integral part of the visit. Each series consists of three lectures delivered over a period of 4-5 days. The first lecture is targeted to a broad audience with diverse mathematical background and displays the utility of the subfield of mathematics. The second lecture is at the level of a mathematical colloquium, while the third is more focused and highlights technical aspects of the domain.

**TBD**

Laure Saint-Raymond

Professor Laure Saint-Raymond's Phillips Lecture, originally March 9-11, 2020, is being rescheduled for the fall. She was a 2014 ICM speaker for her pioneering work on the hydrodynamic limit of Boltzmann's equation.

Department of Mathematics

Michigan State University

619 Red Cedar Road

C212 Wells Hall

East Lansing, MI 48824

Phone: (517) 353-0844

Fax: (517) 432-1562

- People
- All
- Regular Faculty
- Postdocs
- Fixed Term/Visiting Faculty
- Specialists and Instructors
- Adjunct Faculty
- Emeriti
- Graduate Students
- Teaching Assistants
- Staff
- Administration
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusiveness
- Faculty Honors

- Research
- Faculty Research Interests
- Seminars
- Seminars by Week
- MCIAM
- MathSciNet
- Institute of Mathematical Physics
- Math Library
- Phillips Lecture

- Undergraduate
- Undergraduate Program
- Class Pages
- Student Portal
- Webwork
- Math Learning Center
- Actuarial Science
- Advising Information
- Override Request
- Math Placement Service
- Herzog Competition
- Scholarships
- Exchange Program
- Sample Finals
- Multicultural Center Feasibility