The CLRC has played host to a number of events over the years. With access to all of the College's excellent facilities - lecture rooms and visual aids, as well as the College catering services - we are able to organise anything from small seminars with invited speakers to all day events.
Further information on the lectures can be found on the Kolmogorov Lecture and Medal webpages.
2003 - Professor
"A General System for Incremental Learning"
2004 - Professor Leonid Levin
"Randomness and Non-determinism"
2005 - Professor Per Martin-Löf
"Zermelo's axiom of choice: What was the problem with it?"
2006 - Professor Jorma Rissanen
"The Structure Function and Distinguishable Models of Data"
2007 - Professor Yakov Sinai
"Renormalization Group Theory in Probability and Analysis."
2010 - Professor Robert Merton
"Observations on the Science of Finance in the Practice of Finance: Past, Present and Future."