Colloquium
AY 20192020 Colloquia
Unless otherwise noted, the colloquium for the spring semester will be held on Fridays @ 11:00 am in FN 2.106. If you have questions about the colloquium please contact Dr. Vishwanath Ramakrishna. Archive of talks from previous semesters
Date/Room/Host 
Speaker/Institution 
Title/Abstract 
Fri, Feb 28 
School of Mathematics 
Distinguished Colloquium Invariants of embeddings and immersions via contact geometry 
Fri, Feb 21 
Shi Jin Director and Chaired Professor 
SIAM Distinguished Colloquium Fast Algorithms and its Applications in High Dimensional Nonconvex Global Optimization 
Fri, Feb 7 
Michael F. Singer North Carolina State University 
Distinguished Colloquium 
Tues, Feb 4 2:303:30pm 
Joseph Waldron Princeton University 

Mon, Feb 3 11:30am12:30pm 
Ronan Conlon Florida International University 
Classification results for shrinking gradient KahlerRicci solitons 
Fri, Jan 31 1pm – 2pm 
Bao Wang University of California 
PDEPrincipled Trustworthy Deep Learning Meets Computational Biology 
Fri, Jan 31 
Michael Zhang Biology Department UT Dallas 
Distinguished Colloquium 
Tue, Jan 28 2:303:30pm 
Pavlos Motakis Department of Mathematics University of Illinois 

Mon, Jan 27 11:30a12:30p 
Keaton Hamm The University of Arizona 

Fri, Jan 24 1:30 – 2:30pm 
Windy Wu School of Statistics 
ModelAssisted Uniformly Honest Inference for Optimal Treatment Regimes in High Dimension 
Tue, Jan 14 3 pm – 4 pm 
Kyunghee Han University of Pennsylvania 

Tue, Jan 14 1:30 – 2:30pm 
Meimei Liu Duke University 

Mon, Jan 13 1:30 – 2:30pm 
Liang Hong Department of Mathematics Robert Morris University 

Mon, Jan 13 11:00a12:00p 
Xuan Wang Harvard University 

Fri, Jan 10 2:003:00 pm 
Sui Tang John Hopkins University 

Fri, Jan 10 10:3011:30 am 
Selim Sukhtaiev Rice University 

Fri, Dec 13 2 pm – 3 pm 
Xiaochuan Tian Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin 

Thu, Dec 12 3 pm – 4 pm 
Himchan Jeong University of Connecticut and Fellow of the Society of Actuaries 
Application of random effects in dependent compound risk model 
Thu, Dec 12 2 pm – 3 pm 
Edriss S. Titi University of Cambridge 
Distinguished Colloquium Determining the Global Dynamics of the Twodimensional NavierStokes Equations by a Scalar ODE 
Fri, Dec 6

Texas A&M 
Distinguished Colloquium 
Fri, Nov 22 JSOM 12.218 2 pm – 3 pm 
McMaster University, Canada 
Distinguished Colloquium 
Nov 15 
Peter Howard Texas A&M 
Renormalized oscillation theory for linear Hamiltonian systems via the Maslov index 
Fri, Nov 8 CB1 1.104 2 pm – 3 pm 
Lingzhou Xue Penn State University 

Fri, Nov 1 CB1 1.104 2 pm – 3 pm 
Brendon Rhoades University of California, San Diego 

Fri, Nov 1 
Kaitlin Hill Wake Forest University 

Fri, Oct 25 
Jozef H. Przytycki George Washington University 

Fri, Sep 27 
Baris Coskunuzer Mathematical Sciences Department 

Fri, Sep 6 
Cezar Lupu Department of Mathematics & Statistics Texas Tech University 