Past Events at the University of Alberta

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Past Events

  • 1-Apr-08
  • 31-Mar-08

The Evolutionary Biology of Autoimmune Disease

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Scientific Event

  • 27-Mar-08

Model Equations for the Eiffel Tower Profile: Historical Perspective and New Results

A review of mathematical models for the shape of the Eiffel Tower show that they are not consistent with Eiffel's writings. Reported here is a new model derived from Eiffel's concern about wind loads on the tower, as documented in a communication   more››

Scientific Event

  • 17-Mar-08

Mathematical Models of Marine Protected Areas

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Scientific Event

  • 17-Mar-08

Mathematical Models of Marine Protected Areas

Marine protected areas (MPAs) have been promoted as conservation and fishery management tools, and at present, there are over 1300 MPAs in the world. Most researchers suggest that in the long term MPAs provide multiple benefits, including: reduced li   more››

Scientific Event

  • 10-Mar-08

An in-silico model of early tumor development dynamics - implications for treatment design

Cancer development may be considered an evolutionary process whereby genetically unstable cell clones compete under selective influences of the local environment and succeed in accordance with the relative fitnesses of their expressed phenotypes. The   more››

Scientific Event

  • 6-Mar-08
  • 16-Mar-08

PIMS Mathematical Biology Summer Workshops

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Scientific Event

  • 3-Mar-08

Analysis of membrane-localized binding kinetics with FRAP

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Scientific Event

  • 25-Feb-08

The effect of wind on the propagation of forest fires

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Scientific Event

  • 1-Feb-08

Mathematical modelling of intracellular polarization

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Scientific Event

  • 28-Jan-08

Mathematical Modeling of Colon Carcinogenesis

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Scientific Event

  • 21-Jan-08

Mathematical approaches to understanding T cell activation by specific antigen

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Scientific Event

  • 18-Jan-08

Isogeometric Analysis

The purpose of this talk is to explore the new generation of computational mechanics procedures based on modern developments in computational geometry. The emphasis will be on the Isogeometric approach in which basis functions generated from NURBS   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Jan-08

Switches, oscillations, and the dynamics of monotone dynamical systems

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Scientific Event

  • 30-Nov-07

Banach algebras of continuous functions and measures, and their second duals

For every Banach algebra A, there are two products on the second dual space A'' that make A'' into a Banach algebra; they may or may not coincide. A lot of information about the original algebra A comes easily by looking at these second duals. We   more››

Scientific Event

  • 29-Nov-07

Multi-Banach spaces and Multi-Banach Algebras

The very extensive theories of Banach spaces and Banach algebras, including algebras of operators on Banach spaces, are the foundation stones of much modern analysis. For certain reasons M. Polyakov and I were led to introduce a more   more››

Scientific Event

  • 26-Oct-07

Sums of congruent convex bodies

The Minkowski linear combination is a fundamental operation for convex bodies. Further basic structures on the space of convex bodies are the topology induced by the Hausdorff metric, and the operation of the group of rigid motions. Suppose we hav   more››

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