#### 1968

M. F. Smiley, SUNY Albany

The Algebra of Rectangular Matrices

#### 1969

A. J. Coleman, Queen’s University

Induced and Subduced Representations of Groups

#### 1970

P. Gilbert, Syracuse University

Mathematical Programming

#### 1971

J. F. Randolph, RIT and University of Rochester

Backward, Turn Backward

#### 1972

W. Eberlein, University of Rochester

The Problem of Geometry

#### 1973

K. May, University of Toronto

Communication Problems in Mathematics

#### 1974

A. Denese, SUNY Fredonia

The Mathematician as Teacher

#### 1975

E. Hemmingsen, Syracuse University

Topological Dynamics on Surfaces

#### 1976

K. Magill, SUNY at Buffalo

Some Topics in Semigroups of Continuous Functions

#### 1977

W. Lucas, Cornell University

Mathematical Modeling: Examples and Course Materials

#### 1978

G. Young, University of Rochester

Our Future in Mathematics

#### 1979

A. Bednarek, University of Florida

Relational Structures and Theoretical Computer Science

#### 1980

H. Coxeter, University of Toronto

My Graph

#### 1981

J. Kemperman, University of Rochester

Systems of Mating and Equilibrium in the Presence of Imprinting

#### 1982

J. Hartmanis, Cornell University

Computational Complexity of Feasible Computations

#### 1983

J. Aczel, University of Waterloo

Some Recent Applications of Functional Equations to the Behavioral Sciences

#### 1984

P. Hilton, SUNY Binghamton

Linear Algebra Without Tears – and Without Vector Spaces

#### 1985

W. Jurkat, Syracuse University

A Vector Approach to Euclidean Geometry

#### 1986

J. Hopcroft, Cornell University

The Role of Algebra and Topology in Robotics and CAD/CAM

#### 1987

M. Ablowitz, Clarkson

Solitons and Exact Solutions of Nonlinear partial Differential Equations of Physical Interest

#### 1988

W. Tutte, University of Waterloo

Counting Polyhedra

#### 1989

J. D. Cole, RPI

Concepts from Applied Mathematics

#### 1990

M. W. Cohen, Cornell University

Combinatorial Group Theory: A Geometric Subject

#### 1991

John Hubbard, Cornell University

The Structure of Complex Analytic Dynamics

#### 1992

Jonathan M. Borwein, University of Waterloo

Guided Computer Experimentation in Mathematics – Euler, Mahler, Ramanujan, and MAPLE

#### 1993

Douglas Ravanel, University of Rochester

Fractals and Iterated Function Systems

#### 1994

Margaret Cheney, RPI

Imaging the Interior of the Body with Electric Fields

#### 1995

William W. Menasco, University at Buffalo

A Tangled Tale

#### 1996

Donald Drew, RPI

Mathematical Aspects of Bubbly Flows

#### 1997

Karen Vogtmann, Cornell University

Whitehead's Algorithm in Free Groups, Surface Groups, and Hyperbolic Groups

#### 1998

William Langford, Fields Institute

Dynamical Disease

#### 1999

Ross Geoghegan, SUNY Binghamton

Prime Factors, 2 by 2 Matrices, and the Hyperbolic Plane

#### 2000

Sidney Resnick, Cornell University

Infinite Source Poisson Models with Heavy Tailed Transmission Times, Probabilistic Modeling and Data Networks

#### 2001

Robert Connelly, Cornell University

Why Things Don’t Fall Down: Tensegrities and How They Hold the World Together

#### 2002

Alan Taylor, Union College

Is Honesty the Best Policy?

#### 2003

Jack Graver, Syracuse University

The Graphite Boundary Sequence Problem

#### 2004

Tom Head, SUNY Binghamton

Microsoft Computing: Writing on Molecules in Fluid Memory

#### 2005

David Lantz, Colgate University Rings of Integer Valued Polynomials,

#### 2006

John Guckenheimer, Cornell University

The Geometry of Relaxation Oscillations

#### 2007

Mark Watkins, Syracuse University

Generalization to Infinite Graphs of a Theorem of W.T. Tutte

#### 2008

Michael Gage, University of Rochester

On Positive Centers, Integral Geometry, and The Isoperimetric Deficit

#### 2009

Steven Strogatz, Cornell University

The Calculus of Friendship

#### 2010

Martin Wells, Cornell University

The Adventures of a Statistician in the Legal System

#### 2011

Allan Greenleaf, University of Rochester

The Mathematics and Physics of Invisibility Cloaks

#### 2012

Col. Steve Horton, United States Military Academy

Optimal Generation and Packing of Steiner Trees in a Rectilinear Grid

#### 2013

Ted Cox, Syracuse University

Stochastic Models on Graphs

#### 2014

Maria Chudnovsky, Columbia University

Perfection and Beyond

#### 2015

Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University

Bursts, Cascades, and Hot Spots: Mathematical Models of the Online World

#### 2016

Luise-Charlotte Kappe, Binghamton University

Finite Coverings: A Journey through Groups, Loops, Rings and Semigroups

#### 2017

Manuela Campanelli, RIT

Numerical Relativity in the Gravitational Wave Observation Era

#### 2018

Satyan Devadoss, University of San Diego

The Shape of Associativity

#### 2019

Carl Lutzer, Rochester Institute of Technology

The Shocking Story of Crowds