The Kan lectures are yearly lecture series given by renowned mathematicians. Previous speakers include Michael Hopkins, Graeme Segal, Ib Madsen, Eric Friedlander, Fabien Morel and Luc Illusie.

**2023 Lectures**

The 2023 Kan lectures will be given by Mikhail Kapranov (Tokyo) under the general title “Lectures on Adjoint functors, continued fractions and categorified perverse sheaves”.

**First lecture**(October 12th, 4pm; KBG Pangea):*Lectures on Adjoint functors, continued fractions and categorified perverse sheaves I.***Second lecture**(October 13th, 2:30pm; KBG Pangea):*Lectures on Adjoint functors, continued fractions and categorified perverse sheaves II*.**Third lecture**(October 13th, 4pm; KBG Pangea):*Lectures on Adjoint functors, continued fractions and categorified perverse sheaves III*.