- Algebra-Number Theory Seminar
- Applied Dynamics Seminar
- CSCAMM Seminar
- Current RITs and Student Seminars
- Dynamics Seminar
- Geometry-Topology Seminar
- Informal Geometric Analysis Seminar
- JHU-UMD Complex Geometry Seminar
- Lie Groups and Rep Theory Seminar
- Logic Seminar
- Norbert Wiener Center Seminar
- Numerical Analysis Seminar
- PDE-Applied Math Seminar
- Probability Seminar
- RIT on Applied Category Theory
- RIT on Applied Harmonic Analysis
- RIT on Applied PDE
- RIT on Biased Sampling
- RIT on Cancer Modeling
- RIT on Deep Learning
- RIT on Financial Mathematics
- RIT on Geometry and Physics
- RIT on Levy Processes and the Fractional Laplacian
- RIT on Lifetime Data Science
- RIT on Liquid Crystals - Modeling, Theory, and Numerics
- RIT on Liquid Crystal Elastomers - Modeling, Analysis, and Computation
- RIT on Mathematical Concepts and Practices
- RIT on ML for Rare Events
- RIT on Nonlinear Plate Theory
- RIT on Optimization and Equilibrium Problems
- RIT on Quantum Information
- RIT on Statistics
- RIT on Stochastics and Probability
- RIT on Weather, Chaos, and Data Assimilation
- Sayas Numerics Seminar
- Special Lecture
- Statistics Seminar
- Student Algebra-Number Theory Seminar
- Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar
- Student AMSC Seminar
- Student Analysis and PDE
- Student Applied Topology
- Student Dynamics Seminar
- Student Geometry-Topology Seminar
- Student Logic Seminar
- Student Probability Seminar

## RITs

Among the department seminars are a number of student seminars and RITs ("Research Interaction Teams") designed specifically for students. An index of these, along with more information, may be found here.