These are YouTube versions of lectures that I have given to the local branch of a senior citizens’ group called OASIS. They assume familiarity with high school math and a willingness to be a little challenged, but they are intentionally non-technical. Some are about the Clay Math Institute‘s Millenium Prize Problems. (I plan to eventually upload the lectures I’ve done for all seven problems.)

## Millennium Prize Problem Videos

The Riemann Hypothesis (5 videos)

The Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (6 videos)

The Hodge Conjecture (6 videos)

The Yang-Mills Problem (6 videos)

## Other videos

A World of Waves (7 videos about the impact of Fourier analysis on math, science, and technology)