Past Events at the University of Alberta

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Past Events

  • 18-Sep-06

Prediction of dispersal and establishment of aquatic nonindigenous species across Ontario lakes: Linking vector-based and habita

Prediction of range expansion of nonindigenous species is important, as it is often easier to prevent invasions than to mitigate impacts once invasions have occurred. A combination of models for propagule pressure (gravity models) and habitat matc   more››

Scientific Event

  • 11-Sep-06

Spatiotemporal patterns in models of biological invasion and epidemic spread

This seminar is intended to give an informal overview of my previous work and some recent ideas. I am especially interested in patterns of spatiotemporal dynamics that are induced by the joint interplay of spatial spread, demographics (e.g., Allee   more››

Scientific Event

  • 7-Aug-06
  • 19-Aug-06

Summer School on Strings, Gravity and Cosmology

This will be the fourth in an ongoing series of annual summer schools in theoretical physics held in Canada. The first and second editions of these schools were held at the University of British Columbia. The third summer school took place at the Per   more››

Scientific Event

  • 18-May-06
  • 22-May-06

Fifth International Conference on Scientific Computing and Applications

This will be the fifth of a sequence of conferences on Scientific Computing and Applications held in the Pacific Rim region. All of them have the goal of bringing together mathematicians, scientists and engineers working in the field of scie   more››

Scientific Event

  • 1-Apr-06
  • 3-Apr-06

Third Annual Young Researchers Conference for Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

On behalf of the University of Alberta, the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences invited the mathematical graduate student community to the 2006 Young Researchers Conference for Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.   more››

Scientific Event