R. P. Agarwal Memorial Lecuture  
R. P. Agarwal Memorial Lecture is a part of academic program of SSFA annual meeting every year. The Lecture was instituted by SSFA in 2011 in memory of legendry Indian mathematician Ratan Prakash Agarwal (1925  2008), Founder Patron of SSFA. The following distinguished mathematicians have so far delivered the R. P. Agarwal Memorial Lecture. 


2023  A.K. Agarwal
Punjab University, Chandigarh, India Topic: RogersRamanujan identities 

2022  Shaun Cooper
Massey University, New Zealand Topic: Apery numbers, Ramanujan's theories of elliptic functions to alternative bases, and modular forms 

2021  Ken Ono
University of Virginia, USA Topic: The AGM, hypergeometric functions and jellyfish swarms of elliptic curves 

2020  Bruce Berndt
University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Illinois, USA Topic: Four Unanswered Questions 

2019  Claude Levesque University of Laval, Canada Topic: Some Properties of the LFunction attached to an Elliptic Curve 

2018  Srinivasamurthi Bhargava Mysore University, Mysore, India Topic: Excerpts from Ramanujan's Notebooks 

2017  Tom Koorwinder Kortewegde Vries Institute for Mathematics, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Topic: Bispectrality and Dual Addition Formulas 

2016  Michel
Waldschmidth Universit´e Paris, France Topic: Irrationality and Transcendence of Values of Special Functions 

2015  Segeru Kanemitsu Kinki University, Japan Topic: Limit values of Lamberlike Series 

2013  A. M. Mathai McGill University, Canada Topic: A new look at fractional calculus with reference to matrixvariate functions and statistical perspective 

2012  H. L. Manocha Department of Mathematics, Polytechnic Institute of New York University, USA Topic: Lie Theory of Matrix Special Functions 

2011  George Andrews Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA Topic: Partition Function Differences, Ehrenpreis Problem and the AntiTelescoping Method 
