Past Events at the University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia PIMS site office is located in the Earth Sciences Building at the University of British Columbia (Map | Contact).

 

Past Events

  • 15-Aug-19

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Uriya First

Involutions of the third kind   more››

Scientific Event

  • 7-Aug-19

Topology Seminar: JongHae Keum

Algebraic surfaces with minimal Betti numbers   more››

Scientific Event

  • 26-Jul-19

PIMS Summer Public Lecture: Erika Camacho

Using Mathematics to help fight blindness   more››

Scientific Event

  • 22-Jul-19

Probability Seminar: Soumik Pal

On Schrodinger bridges, entropic cost and their limits   more››

Scientific Event

  • 8-Jul-19
  • 19-Jun-19

Topology Seminar: Xing Gu

On the cohomology and Chow ring of BPGLn(C)   more››

Scientific Event

  • 10-Jun-19
  • 14-Jun-19
  • 5-Jun-19

Topology Seminar: Marc Stephan

A multiplicative spectral sequence for free p-group actions   more››

Scientific Event

  • 30-May-19
  • 1-Jun-19

Theory Canada 14

Scientific Event

  • 29-May-19

Math Biology Seminar: Anmar Khadra

Understanding cellular polarity and adhesion dynamics involved in cell motility using spatiotemporal models   more››

Scientific Event

  • 22-May-19

Math Biology Seminar: Uwe Thiele

Long-wave modelling of spreading biofilms   more››

Scientific Event

  • 18-May-19
  • 19-May-19
  • 17-May-19

Topology Seminar: Bob Oliver

The loop space homology of a small category   more››

Scientific Event

  • 15-May-19

Math Biology Seminar: Edward Green

Modelling and quantification of patterns in tissue development   more››

Scientific Event

  • 15-May-19

Math Biology Seminar: William Holmes

Mathematical Modeling of Cellular Organization   more››

Scientific Event

  • 13-May-19
  • 17-May-19
  • 13-May-19
  • 7-May-19

Scientific Computing, Applied and Industrial Mathematics (SCAIM) Seminar: Christoph Ortner

Hybrid Data+Physics-Driven Modelling of Interatomic Forces   more››

Scientific Event

  • 2-May-19

Topology Seminar: Thomas Koberda

Regularity of groups acting on the circle   more››

Scientific Event