Gödel Lecturers

The Thirty-Fourth Gödel Lecture 2023

Carl Jockusch, From algorithms which succeed on a large set of inputs to the Turing degrees as a metric space

The Thirty-Third Gödel Lecture 2022

Patricia Blanchette, Formalism in Logic

The Thirty-Second Gödel Lecture 2021

Matthew Foreman, Gödel Diffeomorphisms

The Thirty-First Gödel Lecture 2020
Elisabeth Bouscaren, The ubiquity of configurations in Model Theory

The Thirtieth Gödel Lecture 2019 
Sam Buss, Totality, Provability and Feasibility

The Twenty-Ninth Annual Gödel Lecture 2018
Rod Downey, Algorithmic randomness

The Twenty-Eighth Annual Gödel Lecture 2017
Charles Parsons, Gödel and the universe of sets

The Twenty-Seventh Annual Gödel Lecture 2016
Stevo Todorcevic, Basis problems in set theory

The Twenty-Sixth Annual Gödel Lecture 2015
Alex Wilkie, Complex continuations of functions definable in $\mathbb{R}_{an, exp}$with a diophantine application

The Twenty-Fifth Annual Gödel Lecture 2014
Julia F. Knight, Computable structure theory and formulas of special forms

The Twenty-Fourth Annual Gödel Lecture 2013
Kit Fine, Truthmaker sematics

The Twenty-Third Annual Gödel Lecture 2012
John Steel, The hereditarily ordinal definable sets in models of determinacy

The Twenty-Second Annual Gödel Lecture 2011
Anand Pillay, First order theories

The Twenty-First Annual Gödel Lecture 2010
Alexander Razborov, Complexity of propositional proofs

The Twentieth Annual Gödel Lecture 2009
Richard Shore, Reverse Mathematics: the Playground of Logic

The Nineteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2008
W. Hugh Woodin, The Continuum Hypothesis, the $\Omega$ Conjecture, and the inner model problem of one supercompact cardinal

The Eighteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2007
Ehud Hrushovski (a lecture on his work delivered in his absence by Thomas Scanlon)

The Seventeenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2006
Per Martin-Löf, The two layers of logic

The Sixteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2005
Menachem Magidor, Skolem-Lowenheim theorems for generalized logics

The Fifteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2004
Michael O. Rabin, Proofs persuasions and randomness in mathematics

The Fourteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2003
Boris Zilber, Categoricity

The Thirteenth Annual Gödel Lecture 2002
Harvey Friedman, Issues in the foundations of mathematics

The Twelfth Annual Gödel Lecture 2001
Theodore A. Slaman, Recursion Theory

The Eleventh Annual Gödel Lecture 2000
Jon Barwise (Cancelled due to death of speaker)

The Tenth Annual Gödel Lecture 1999
Stephen A. Cook, Logic and computatonal complexity

The Ninth Annual Gödel Lecture 1998
Alexander S. Kechris, Current Trends in Descriptive Set Theory

The Eighth Annual Gödel Lecture 1997
1997 Solomon Feferman, Occupations and Preoccupations with Gödel: His*Works* and the Work

The Seventh Annual Gödel Lecture 1996
1996 Saharon Shelah, Categoricity without compactness

The Sixth Annual Gödel Lecture 1995
1995 Leo Harrington, Goedel, Heidegger, and Direct Perception (or, Why I am a Recursion Theorist)

The Fifth Annual Gödel Lecture 1994
1994 Donald A. Martin, L(R): A Survey

The Fourth Annual Gödel Lecture 1993
1993 Angus Macintyre, Logic of Real and p-adic Analysis: Achievements and Challenges

The Third Annual Gödel Lecture 1992
1992 Joseph R. Shoenfield, The Priority Method

The Second Annual Gödel Lecture 1991
1991 Dana Scott, Will Logicians be Replaced by Machines?

The First Annual Gödel Lecture 1990
1990 Ronald Jensen, Inner Models and Large Cardinals