# Herman Weyl Survey Lecture Series

The Weyl Lectures are a series of lectures sponsored by the School and held at irregular intervals. Each set of lectures in the series usually consists of four to six lectures delivered over a two-to-three week period sometime during either the first or second term. The intention of the lecture series is to introduce topics of current interest to a broad group of mathematicians rather than to specialists alone.

## Hermann Weyl Survey Lecture Series

Below is a summary of the Hermann Weyl Survey Lecture Series for the current semester.

## Monday, October 16th

On the mathematical theory of black holes I | |

Speaker: | Sergiu Klainerman |

Time: | 2:00pm-3:00pm |

Location: | S-101 |

## Tuesday, October 17th

On the mathematical theory of black holes II | |

Speaker: | Sergiu Klainerman |

Time: | 2:00pm-3:00pm |

Location: | S-101 |

## Wednesday, October 18th

On the mathematical theory of black holes III | |

Speaker: | Sergiu Klainerman |

Time: | 2:00pm-3:00pm |

Location: | S-101 |

Click the following link to see a complete list of Hermann Weyl Survey Lecture Series.