The annual Norbert Wiener Lectures feature a series of three talks by a distinguished mathematician. The first talk is a public lecture that should be accessible to anyone with a modest mathematical background; then there is typically one talk at the level of an undergraduate colloquium and one for a specialized audience. The Wiener lecturer is invited to visit for a full week in order to interact with faculty and students.

### October 2019

#### Mary Wheeler, Professor, The University of Texas at Austin

##### "Modeling and Simulation for Physics Couplings and Subsurface Applications"

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### December 2017

#### Ken Ono, Asa Griggs Candler Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University

##### "Polya's program for the Riemann Hypothesis and related problems"

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April 2016

#### Noam Elkies, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Harvard University

##### "Canonical Forms"

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