This provides a comprehensive collection of audio/video courses and lectures in mathematics and its applications from educational institutions such as MIT OpenCourseWare, UC Berkeley Webcasts and NPTEL Courses. There are thousands of lectures available, covering various topics in mathematics and its applications: algebra, applied mathematics, calculus, complex analysis, differential equations, discrete mathematics, Fourier transform and its applications, functional analysis, geometry, history of mathematics, linear algebra, numerical analysis, probability and statistics, and more.
UC Berkeley Webcast
Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
|Video/text||Video Course Archive|
This contains many video lectures on mathematics including Calculus, Discrete mathematics, linear algebra,
differential equations, geometry, applied mathematics, modern analysis, mathematical statistics,
and mathematical modeling.
Note: Registration is required to view the videos. The videos are in mov file format which is supported by Apple Quick Time Player.
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Missouri - Kansas City
|Video||Math 110 - College Algebra|
|Video||Math 210 - Calculus I|
New York University - Open Education
|Video||Statistics for Behavioral Science|
|Video||Math 2A - Calculus|
|Video||Math 2B - Calculus|
|Video||Math 113B - Mathematical Biology|
|Video||Math 131A - Introduction to Probability and Statistics|
|Video||Math 131B - Introduction to Probability and Statistics|
Harvard University Extension School
|Audio/video||Math E-102 - Sets, Counting, and Probability|
|Audio/video||Math E-222 - Abstract Algebra|
|Video||Statistics 110 - Probability|
Harvey Mudd College Department of Mathematics
|Video||Math 131 - Real Analysis I|
The University of Nottingham on YouTube
|Video/text||G12MAN - Mathematical Analysis|
|Video/text||G14FUN - Functional Analysis|
|Video||Mathematics: Definitions, Proofs and Examples|
|Video||Mathematics: Core Topics in University Mathematics|
YouTube - UNSWelearning's Channel (The University of New South Wales)
|Video||MATH 3560 - History of Mathematics|
|Video||A First Course in Linear Algebra|
|Video||The Algebraic Topology: A Beginner's Course|
|Video||Universal Hyperbolic Geometry|
Stanford on YouTube
|Video||Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible|
|Video/text||EE 261 - The Fourier Transform and Its Applications|
|Video/text||EE 263 - Introduction to Linear Dynamical Systems|
Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten on YouTube
|Video/text||Advanced Mathematics for Engineers I|
|Video/text||Advanced Mathematics for Engineers II|
|Video/text||Statistics 250 - Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis|
|Audio/video||Mathematics 3C - Probability for Life Science (Fall 2008)|
|Audio/video||Mathematics 31A - Differential and integral Calculus|
NC State University Mathematics Department
Stony Brook University - Department of Computer Science
|Audio/video||Skiena's CSE 547 Discrete Mathematics Lectures|
|Audio/video||Skiena's Algorithms Lectures|
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI)
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), located at University of Minnesota
|Video||IMA Video Library|
This provides video lectures from IMA programs such as IMA annual program workshops, IMA summer programs, IMA seminars and public lectures. The lectures contained are mainly about the applications of mathematics to scientific and technological problems from other disciplines and industry: complex fluids and complex flows, mathematics and chemistry, mathematics of molecular and cell biology, mathematical modeling in medicine, sports, and the environment, multi-manifold data modeling and applications, scientific challenges in solar energy and storge, and many more.
Video Lectures | Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University
This provides video lectures on topics in mathematics, both pure and applied.
Mathematics at The University of Texas at San Antonio
|Video/text||Algorithmic Sustainable Design: The Future of Architectural Theory|
This includes topics such as fractals, cellular automata, emergent phenomena, symmetries, scaling, codes, and networks.
Video Files Available | Duke University Mathematics Department
This contains video recordings of lectures and seminars related to mathematics such as applied mathematics, geometry, and topology.
School of Mathematics | Video Lectures, Institute for Advanced Study
This contains many video lectures on mathematics, especially lectures related to computer science and discrete mathematics.
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
|Video/text||Newton Institute Seminars Online|
This contains lots of video recordings of lectures and seminars held at the institute, about mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology: Stochastic Processes in Communication Sciences, Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, Dynamics of Discs and Planets, Non-Abelian Fundamental Groups in Arithmetic Geometry, Discrete Integrable Systems, Algebraic Lie Theory, Statistical Theory and Methods for Complex, High Dimensional Data, and more.