This is the list of Colloquium talks that are given in the department.

| Metric Spaces with Good ParameterizationsVyron Vellis Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut |

| Geometric Partial Differential EquationsHung Tran Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Capacities and applications in complex analysis and conformal geometryStamatis Pouliasis Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Minimal Surfaces in 3-manifoldsBaris Coskunuzer Mathematics Department, Boston College |

| Corner singularities in holographyStephen McKeown Department of Mathematics, Princeton University |

| Study of Slow-Fast Motions Using Dynamical Systems ApproachPei Yu Department of Applied Mathematics, Western University |

| An Introduction to Bayesian Hypothesis Testing in High Dimensions / Weak Galerkin (WG) Finite Element Methods for PDEsMin Wang / Chunmei Wang Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Mathematically tractable models in cancer biophysics and walking droplets / Riemann zeta and multiple zeta valuesAmin Rahman / Cezar Lupu Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| A dynamical system for gas phase cycling in porous mediaDean B. Lindquist Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Compatible Mesh-Free MethodsPavel Bochev Center for Computing Research, Sandia National Laboratories |

| Jensen–Polya Program for the Riemann Hypothesis and Related ProblemsKen Ono Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University |

| Models of Waning Immunity and Childhood DiseasesJane Heffernan Department of Mathematics and Statistics, York University |

| Skeins and CharactersCharles Frohman Department of Mathematics, University of Iowa |

| Stochastic Modelling of the Within-host Evolution of InfluenzaLindi M. Wahl Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario |

| Mathematical Analysis and Finite Element Simulation of Invisibility CloaksJichun Li Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nevada Las Vegas |

| From microchannels to blood vessels: A mathematical modeling perspective on flow in soft conduitsIvan C. Christov Department of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University |

| Severi varieties of projective surfacesAdrian Zahariuc Department of Mathematics, University of California – Davis |