IMS sponsored Lectures : 
1. Oneday programme of Memorial Lectures at Delhi :
From 1990 till 2002, a oneday programme of Memorial Lectures had been held every year
at the Physics/Zoology Lecture Theatre, University of Delhi, under the auspices of the Indian
Mathematical Society.

Day, Date & Year  Sr. No.  The Lecture  Invited Speaker & Affiliation  Title of the Talk 
Saturday, the 14th April 1990  1.  Professor U.N.Singh Memorial Lecture  Prof. V. Singh. Punjabi University, Patiyala.  Mathematics EducationNeeds of the Next Century 
2.  Shri Shantinarayan Memorial Lecture  Prof. Prem Narayan. Director, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi  Conditional Markov Processes in Genetics  
3.  Professor Ram Behari Memorial Lecture  Prof. N. Balasubramanian. Computer Naintenance Corporation, New Delhi.  Computer Teaches Mathematics A Lesson.  
Sunday, the 14th April 1991  4.  Professor R. Vaidyanathswamy Memorial Lecture  Prof. V. kannan. Dean, School of Mathematics and C.I.S., University of Hyderabad.  Cantor SetFrom Classical to Modern 
5.  Professor V. Ganapathy Iyer Memorial Lecture  Prof. C. S. Seshadri. Dean, School of Mathematics, SPIC Science Foundation, Madras.  Invariant Theory  
6.  Professor M. Venkatraman Memorial Lecture  Prof. R.K.Dutta. President, Computer Society of India & Project Coordinator, National Center for Medium Range Weather Forcasting, DST, Govt. of India, New Delhi.  Meterologyfrom Empiricism to Mathematical Modelling.  
Saturday, the 13th December 1992  7.  Professor T. Vijayraghavan Memorial Lecture  Prof. A.H.Siddiqui. ProVice Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.  Industrial Mathematics. 
8.  Professor B.N.Prasad Memorial Lecture  Prof. H.P. Dixit. ProVice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi and member, NBHM.  Mathematics of Shape Controlling Polygons in Computer Graphics.  
9.  Professor V.V.Narlikar Memorial Lecture  Prof. P.C. Vaidya. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad.  Eddington, Chandrasekhar and Blackholes.  
Wednesday, the 14th April 1993  10.  Professor G.L. Chandratreya Memorial Lecture  Prof. A.L. Nagar. ProVice Chancellor, University of Delhi, Delhi.  Simultaneous Equations  Representation of Structure of an Economy. 
11.  Professor B.S. Madhav Rao Memorial Lecture  Prof. S. Izhar Husain. Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.  Minimal Surfaces and Application.  
12.  Professor K.G.Ramanathan Memorial Lecture  Prof. Prem Narayan. Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi.  Mathematical Contributions to the genetics of Quantitative Characters.  
Thursday, the 14th April 1994  13.  Professor A. Narasingh Rao Memorial Lecture  Prof. A.M. Vaidya. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad.  Densities of Integer Sequences. 
14.  Professor R.P. Paranjape Memorial Lecture  Prof. M.A.B. Deakin. Monash University, Australiya.  Euclidean Theory and Computer.  
15.  Professor K.G.Ramanathan Memorial Lecture  Prof. B.L.S. Prakasha Rao. Director, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.  Identifiabilty in Stochastic Models.  
Friday, the 14th April 1995  16.  Shri P.D. Gupta Memorial Lecture  Prof. T. Parthasarathy. Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.  The Linear Complimentarity Probem and Game Theory. 
17.  Professor Izhar Husain Memorial Lecture  Prof. A.M. Vaidya. Head, Department of Mathematics, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad.  The Variety of Techniques in Classical Number Theory.  
18.  Professor Harish Chandra Memorial Lecture  Prof. V. Kannan. Dean, School of Mathematics and C.I.S., University of Hyderabad.  Maximal Symmetry.  
Sunday, the 14th April 1996  19.  Dr. S.S. Pillai Memorial Lecture  Prof. R. B. Bapat. Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.(Tributes by Prof. R.P. Bambah)  The Laplacian Matex of a Graph. 
20.  Professor B.R. Seth Memorial Lecture  Prof. P. C. Vaidya. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. (Tributes by Professor A.N.Mitra)  
21.  Professor S. Chandrasekhar Memorial Lecture  Prof. A. N. Maheshwary. Joint Director, NCERT, New Delhi.  Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar: A Brilliant Star Without Limit.  
Monday, the 14th April 1997  22.  Professor S.D. Chopra Memorial Lecture  Prof. Sarvajit Singh. M. D. University, Rohtak. (Tributes by Professor M.K. Singal)  Mathematical Modelling by Earthquake Displacement Fields. 
23.  Professor S. Chowla Memorial Lecture  Prof. R.P. Bambah. Punjab University, Chandigarh. (Tributes by Professor A.M. Vaidya)  Chowla  The Mathematical Man  
24.  Professor Erdos Memorial Lecture  Prof. A.M. Vaidya. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. (Tributes by Professor R.P. Bambah)  My Favourite Results.  
Tuesday, the 14th April 1998  25.  Dr. Gulab R. Desai Memorial Lecture  Prof. P.C. Vaidya. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. (Tributes by Professor J.N. Kapur)  Statistics in Astronomy. 
26.  Professor C.N. Srinivasienger Memorial Lecture  Prof. R.P. Agarwal. Lucknow University, Lucknow.(Tributes by Professor M.K. Singal)  Fifty Years of Ramanujan's Mathematics in India.  
27.  Professor S. M. Shah Memorial Lecture  Prof. K.R. Parthasarathy. Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi. (Tributes by Professor R.P. Bambah)  Harmonic Analysis for the Symmetric Group.  
Wednesday, the 14th April 1999  28.  Professor B.N. Prasad Memorial Lecture  Prof. S. S. Agrawal. Head, Speech Technology Group CEERI Centre, New Delhi.  Human  Machine Communication. 
29.  Professor Ahlfors Memorial Lecture  Prof. Rajendra Bhatia. Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi. (Tributes by Professor R. P. Bambah.)  The Size of a Matrix.  
30.  Sir James Lighthill Memorial Lecture  Prof. S. K. Malik. Punjab University, Chandigarh. (Tributes by Professor J. N. Kapur).  Bifurcation Pattern and Erratic Clocks.  
Day, Date & Year  The Theme of The Lecture Series  Sr. No.  Invited Speaker & Affiliation  Title of the talk 
Saturday, the 14th April 2000  WMY2000 Lectures  31.  Prof. R. B. Bapat Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.  Exploring Mathematics with a Deck of Cards Chairman : Prof. R. P. Bambhah. 
32.  Prof. M. K. Singal Administrative Secretary, IMS, Delhi.  Popularization of Mathematics
Chairman : Prof. R. P. Bambhah.  
33.  Prof. Ashok Jain   A New Paradigm Shift in Production Systems Chairman : Prof. R. P. Bambhah.  
34.  Prof. Rajendra Bhatia Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.  One Century of an Eigen Value Problem
Chairman : Prof. Satya Deo.  
35.  Prof. J. N. Kapur.
  A Key Role that Mathematics can Play in Development.
Chairman : Prof. Satya Deo.  
36.  Prof. B. D. Acharya. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.  Opportunities for Research and Development in Mathematical ciences.
Chairman : Prof. Satya Deo.  
Day, Date & Year  The Theme of The Lecture Series  Sr. No.  Invited Speaker  Title of the talk 
Saturday, the 14th April 2001  Information Technology in India : Today and Tomorrow  37.  Prof. S.P. Navathe  IT in India : Changes Ahead
Chairman : Prof. K. K. Agarwal. 
38.  Prof. Ram Krishnan  Realizing India's IT Potential.
Chairman : Prof. K. K. Agarwal.  
39.  Prof. P.C. Sharma  Bioinformatics.
Chairman : Prof. K. K. Agarwal.  
40.  Prof. M.M. Pant  Internet Based Education : Practice and Prospects. Chairman : Prof. S. K. Joshi.  
Sunday, the 14th April 2002  Information and Communication Technology
in India : Today and Tomorrow  41.  Prof. Gautam Soni  Indian Software Industry : Prospect and Retrospect 
42.  Prof. Gautam Soni  Indian Software Industry : Prospect and Retrospect  
43.  Prof. Alok Bhattacharya  The Current Status of Bioinformatics  
2. IMSSposored Lectures at various Universities :
Since 1990, every year the Society sponsors popular/semitechnical / technical lectures at
number of universities and colleges in India to popularize the mathematics.

Agra  Institute of Basic Science, Khadhari.

Ahmedabad  Department of Mathematics, Gujarat University

Ajmer  M. P. S. University

Allahabad  Harishchandra Research Institute

Aurangabad  Department of Mathematics, Dr. B A M University

Chandigarh  Center of Advanced Study in Mathematics,
Panjab University

Delhi  University of Delhi

Jammu  Department of Mathematics, University of Jammu

Lucknow  Department of Mathematics, Lucknow University

Mysore  Mysore University

Nanded  S. R. T. Marathawada University

Pune  Department of Mathematics, University of Poona

Vadodara  Deprtment of Mathematics,
The M. S. University of Baroda
