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# Lectures

## Upcoming Events

**Peter J. Lu, Harvard University**

April 21, 2023 - 3:30pm

TBD

## Past Events

- Modeling the Melt: What math tells us about sea ice and polar ecosystems in a warming climate (Kenneth M. Golden, University of Utah) - February 24, 2023
- The Anatomy of a Number (Chaitra H. Nagaraja, Fordham University) - May 13, 2022
- A world from a sheet of paper (Tadashi Tokieda, Stanford University) - April 22, 2022
- SNOW BUSINESS: SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING IN THE MOVIES AND BEYOND (Joseph Teran, UCLA) - October 18, 2019
- PIMS Hugh C. Morris Lecture: Conditional Expectation and Calderón-Zygmund Operators (Rodrigo Bañuelos, Purdue University) - May 23, 2019
- The game of SET: finding patterns in differences (Bianca Viray, UW) - May 19, 2019
- A virtual walk through curved spaces (Elisabetta Matsumoto, Georgia Tech) - May 10, 2019
- Math questions from an art museum (Natasha Rozhkovskaya, Kansas State University ) - April 28, 2019
- Tactile patterns in art and math (Sara Billey and Timea Tihanyi) - March 17, 2019
- Non-Commutative Resolutions of Singularities (Karen E. Smith, University of Michigan) - March 7, 2019
- Measuring Singularities (Karen E. Smith, University of Michigan) - March 6, 2019
- Resolutions of Singularities (Karen E. Smith, University of Michigan) - March 5, 2019
- More Data, More (Statistical) Problems (Daniela Witten, University of Washington) - March 1, 2019
- Introduction to the geodesic X-ray transform: Lecture 4 (Gabriel Paternain (U. Cambridge)) - November 26, 2018
- Introduction to the geodesic X-ray transform: Lecture 3 (Gabriel Paternain (U. Cambridge)) - November 21, 2018
- Introduction to the geodesic X-ray transform: Lecture 2 (Gabriel Paternain (U. Cambridge)) - November 19, 2018
- Introduction to the geodesic X-ray transform (Gabriel Paternain (U. Cambridge)) - November 14, 2018
- From Jellyfish and Wind Turbines to Genomics: Dealing with Data Extremes in Complex Systems (John O. Dabiri, Stanford University) - November 9, 2018
- All tangled up and searching for the beauty of symmetry (David Pengelley, Oregon State University) - May 20, 2018
- Walker-Ames Lecture (Dennis Overbye, New York Times) - April 17, 2018
- Connections and Reconnections: A Link Between Mathematics, Physics and DNA (Mariel Vazquez, UC Davis) - February 16, 2018
- Renormalization: a BPHZ theorem for stochastic PDEs (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) - November 1, 2017
- An analyst’s incursion into quantum field theory (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) - October 31, 2017
- Bridging scales: from microscopic dynamics to macroscopic laws (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) - October 30, 2017
- Drawing Conclusions From Drawing a Square (Annalisa Crannell, Franklin & Marshall College) - October 27, 2017
- How to Become a Liberated Mathematician in 13 Painful Years (Piper Harron, Hawaii) - May 23, 2017
- The game is rigged! (Paul Zeitz, University of San Francisco, Mathematics) - May 7, 2017
- Geometry and Light: The Science of Invisibility (Ulf Leonhardt, Weizmann Institute of Science) - April 12, 2017
- Areas of polygons and counting (Mohamed Omar, Harvey Mudd College, Mathematics) - April 9, 2017
- The Mathematics of Language (Emily M. Bender, University of Washington, Linguistics) - March 12, 2017
- Smarter Tools for (Citi)Bike Sharing (David Shmoys, Cornell University) - December 2, 2016
- Lecture III: Semigroup Spectral Theory and Graph Coloring Games (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) - October 27, 2016
- Lecture II: 'Sequences: random, structured or something in between?' (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) - October 26, 2016
- Lecture I: Can you hear the shape of a network? (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) - October 25, 2016
- Probabilistically Checkable Proofs: deducing a complicated global picture from very simple partial views (Irit Dinur, The Weizmann Institute of Science) - May 20, 2016
- Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture III: Surfaces in the Space of Surfaces - May 5, 2016
- Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture II: Entropy, Integers and Algebraic Dynamics - May 4, 2016
- Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture I: Billiards and Moduli Spaces - May 3, 2016
- Branching Out Across the Solar System (Taylor Perron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) - February 19, 2016
- From Polynomials to Humanoid Robots (Russ Tedrake, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) - October 23, 2015
- Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture III: The case of fluctuations around a global equilibrium - October 8, 2015
- Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture II: A short time convergence result - October 7, 2015
- Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture I: The low density limit: formal derivation - October 6, 2015
- Computational Thinking (Jeannette Wing, Microsoft Research) - February 27, 2015
- Richard M. Schoen, Lecture III: Localizing solutions of the Einstein equations - February 12, 2015
- Richard M. Schoen, Lecture II: Two eigenvalue problems for surfaces - February 11, 2015
- Richard M. Schoen, Lecture I: Problems and progress in mathematical relativity - February 10, 2015
- Math & Music: Connecting Theory & Practice (Dave Kung, St. Mary's College of Maryland) - October 10, 2014
- Physical metaphors for graphs and networks (Dan Spielman, Yale University) - May 9, 2014
- Filling in the gaps: recovery from incomplete information (Maryam Fazel, University of Washington) - February 21, 2014