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

| A tale of the Hilbert matrixDragan Vukotic Department of Mathematics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid |

| From compressible Euler to compressible Navier-Stokes: numerical schemes with mathematically guaranteed propertiesIgnacio Tomás Center for Computing Research, Sandia National Laboratories |

| Geometric variational methods: a jackhammer and a dental tool for your problem-solving needsVakhtang Putkaradze Vice President, ATCO |

| Thurston boundary for higher Teichmuller spacesAndrea Tamburelli Department of Mathematics, Rice University |

| Björling's problem for Willmore surfacesDavid Brander Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark |

| Geometric Variational Problems for Curves and SurfacesAlvaro Pampano Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Orthogonal polynomials: some applications related to the stability of linear systemsLuis E. Garza Centro Universitario de Investigaciones en Ciencias Básicas, Universidad de Colima |

| The Saint Petersburg Paradox. Toward Understanding Non-ergodicity, Predictability and UncertaintyDimitri Volchenkov Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Weyl Laws of Schrodinger operators on manifoldsCheng Zhang Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester |

| Changepoint Detection in Time Series DataXueheng Shi Department of Statistics, University of California, Davis |

| Overcoming the curse of dimensionality: structure-preserving machine learning moment closures and adaptive sparse grid discontinuous Galerkin schemesJuntao Huang Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University |

| The role of dynamics in Statistics, Harmonic analysis and Geometric analysisSuddhasattwa Das Department of Mathematical Sciences, George Mason University |

| Agnostic Tests of Stochastic Discount Factor TheoryProf. Richard Roll Linde Institute Prof. of Finance, Caltech |

| A stabilizer free weak Galerkin finite element method with supercloseness of order twoAhmed Al-Taweel Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Arkansas at Little Rock |

| Conservation Laws in Biology: Two New ApplicationsMarshall Slemrod Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin – Madison |

| Capacities, composition operators and applicationsStamatis Pouliasis Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Some nonlinear PDEs in computer graphics and data scienceAnthony Gruber Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Modelling gold nanoparticle biodistributionTahmineh Azizi Department of Mathematics, Kansas State University |

| Bioscientific computing: Theory, models, computing and predictions for pathologies of the nervous system and its tissuesTravis B. Thompson Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford |

| The Geometry of Surfaces and ManifoldsHung Tran Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Thin-film flows of liquid crystals: a consistent model and a numerical methodVladimir Yushutin Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland |

| Mean Field Game and Mean Field Control Q-LearningJean-Pierre Fouque Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, University of California, Santa Barbara |

| Recent Developments in Nonlocal PDE's and SystemsGonzalo Davila Departamento de Matemática, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María |

| Non-uniqueness of PDEs in Fluid and Singularity of Stochastic PDEs in Mathematical PhysicsKazuo Yamazaki Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas Tech University |

| Modeling mosquito-borne diseases with heterogeneous data and multiple modelsCarrie A. Manore Theoretical Biology and Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory |

| Quickest Real-Time Detection of a Markovian DriftHongwei Mei Department of Statistics, Rice University |

| Networks of necessity: simulating strategies for COVID-19 mitigation among disabled people and their caregiversMichael Lindstrom Mathematics Department, UCLA |

| Flexibility in dynamical systemsAlena Erchenko Department of Mathematics, Stony Brook University |

| Efficient Algorithms For Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Flow Problems And Their Uncertianty QuantificationMuhammad Mohebujjaman Department of Mathematics and Physics, UCLA |

| Our Recent Work on Stochastic Systems and ApplicationsNhu Nguyen Department of Mathematics, University of Connecticut |

| A next-generation mathematical model for drug-eluting stentYifan Wang Department of Mathematics, University of California Irvine |

| Lorentz gases on aperiodic tilingsAgnieszka Zelerowicz Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland |

| Optimal boundary control problems with application to stationary fluid-structure interaction systemsAndrea Chierici Department of Industrial Engineering, Università di Bologna |

| Turbulent Weak Solutions of the 3D Euler EquationsMatthew Novack School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ |

| Bayesian Learning for Clustering with Applications to Field Goal Attempts of Professional Basketball PlayersHou-Cheng Yang Department of Statistics, Florida State University |

| A $C^0$ finite element method for the biharmonic problem with Navier boundary conditions in a polygonal domainPeimeng Yin Computer Science and Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory |

| Well-posedness of logarithmic spiral vortex sheetsWojciech Ożański Department of Mathematics, University of Southern California |

| Tensor Ranks and Matrix Multiplication ComplexityAmy Huang Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University |