**Date and time:**

The 2020 Cantrell Lectures will be given by Professor Weinan E of Princeton University.

Professor Weinan E is a distinguished applied mathematician noted for his work on a wide range

of topics. He has received numerous awards, most recently the 2019

Peter Henrici Prize from SIAM. The SIAM announcement of this price

cited "breakthrough contributions in various fields of applied mathematics and scientific computing,

particularly nonlinear stochastic (partial) differential equations (PDEs), computational fluid

dynamics, computational chemistry, and machine learning. E’s scientific work has led to the

resolution of many long-standing scientific problems. His signature achievements include

novel mathematical and computational results in stochastic differential equations;

design of efficient algorithms to compute multiscale and multiphysics problems,

particularly those arising in fluid dynamics and chemistry; and his recent

pioneering work on the application of deep learning techniques to scientific computing.

**April 15, 2020** - Physics Bldg. Room 202, 3:30pm (Refreshments will be served at 3:00pm outside of Room 202)

**April 16, 2020 **- Boyd Graduate Studies Research Bldg., Room 328 3:30pm (Refreshments will be served at 3:00pm outside of Room 328)

**April 17, 2020** - Boyd Graduate Studies Research Bldg., Room 328 3:30pm (Refreshments will be served at 3:00pm outside of Room 328)

The lectures will be held April 15, 16, and 17. The format of the lectures is as follows:

the first lecture is for undergraduate students and a general public audience,

the second is a general colloquium level talk, and the third is for faculty and

graduate students of similar research interest.