Past Events at Simon Fraser University

The Simon Fraser University PIMS site office is located in the Technology and Science Complex (TASC) 2 building on the Burnaby campus of Simon Fraser University (Map | Contact).

 

Past Events

  • 11-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Aaron Palmer

The Dyson and Coulomb games: how models of statistical physics arise in the study of competing agents   more››

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  • 7-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Theory Seminar: Antonina Kolokolova

The proof complexity of reasoning over richer domains   more››

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  • 4-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Sara Pollock

Accelerating nonlinear solvers for degenerate and nondegenerate problems   more››

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  • 1-Oct-19

PIMS- SFU Theory Seminar: Noah Flemming

Stabbing Planes   more››

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  • 30-Sep-19

PIMS - SFU Theory Seminar: Uri Zwick

Faster k-SAT algorithms using biased-PPSZ   more››

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  • 27-Sep-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Sookyung Lim

How do E. coli cells swim? - Mathematical modeling and analysis   more››

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  • 20-Sep-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Razvan Fetecau

Self-organization on Riemannian manifolds   more››

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  • 16-Sep-19

PIMS - SFU Theory Seminar: Russell Impagliazzo

Learning models : connections between boosting, hard-core distributions, dense models, GAN, and regularity   more››

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  • 10-Sep-19

SFU Discrete Math Seminar: Peter Bradshaw

Graphs with high cop number   more››

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  • 3-Sep-19

Discrete Math Seminar: Curtis Bright

SAT Solving with Computer Algebra: A Powerful Combinatorial Search Method   more››

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  • 20-Jun-19

PIMS - SFU Theory Seminar: Akbar Rafiey

Toward a Dichotomy for Approximation of H-coloring   more››

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  • 10-May-19

PIMS-SFU Distinguished Speaker Series in Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Randall LeVeque

Coupled Seismic/Hydroacoustic/Tsunami Simulation   more››

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  • 24-Apr-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Dan Brown

Can computers write good poetry? What does that even mean?   more››

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  • 29-Mar-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Natasa Przulj

Integrative Topology Uncovers New Biology from Heterogeneous Omics Data   more››

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