Past Events at the University of British Columbia

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Past Events

  • 9-Mar-17

Fluid Mechanics Seminar:Thomas S. Eaves

What is turbulence, and how do we find it?  Viewing fluid flows as dynamical systems in order to find and interpret critical thresholds for transition, with stratified shear flow as an exemplar.   more››

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  • 9-Mar-17

Number Theory Seminar: Niccolo' Ronchetti

A Satake homomorphism for the mod p derived Hecke algebra   more››

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  • 8-Mar-17

UBC Topology Seminar: Bernardo Villarreal Herrera

Nilpotent n-tuples in SU(2)   more››

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  • 8-Mar-17

Probability Seminar: Gerandy Brito

The tree of geodesics can have finitely many ends   more››

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  • 8-Mar-17

Math Biology Seminar: Sarafa Iyaniwura

Estimating the rate of absorption on partially permeable biological boundaries   more››

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  • 7-Mar-17

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Lei Zhang

Local mass concentration and a priori estimate for singular rank 2 Toda systems   more››

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  • 3-Mar-17

PIMS/ UBC Distinguished Colloquium: Fan Chung Graham

Sequences: random, structured or something in between.   more››

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  • 2-Mar-17

Data Sciences Institute Launch & Distinguished Lecture: Robert Gentleman

Participant-focused Research for Genetics and Drug Discovery   more››

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  • 2-Mar-17

Number Theory Seminar: Marie-France Vignéras

Questions on modulo p representations of reductive p-adic groups.   more››

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  • 1-Mar-17

BC Data Colloquium: Roger Donaldson

The Promising Future of Mathematics in Industry   more››

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  • 1-Mar-17

Math Biology Seminar: Ailene MacPherson

Host-parasite coevolution and a few reasons why you should care.   more››

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  • 1-Mar-17

Probability Seminar: Sarah P. Otto

Fixation Probability when Selection Occurs in Both Haploid and Diploid phases   more››

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  • 28-Feb-17

Number Theory Seminar/ Representations in Arithmetic: Kiran Kedlaya

The unreasonable effectiveness of p-adic Hodge theory   more››

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  • 28-Feb-17

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Nassif Ghoussoub

Optimal Mass transport as a natural extension of classical mechanics to the manifold of probability measures   more››

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  • 20-Feb-17

Representations in Arithmetic, Lecture 1: Kiran Kedlaya

Introduction to Adic spaces   more››

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  • 16-Feb-17

Fluid Mechanics Seminar: Eliot Fried

Stokesian dynamics of colloidal suspensions in extensional flow   more››

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  • 16-Feb-17

Number Theory Seminar: Uri Shapira

Homogeneous dynamics and number theory   more››

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  • 15-Feb-17

Topology Seminar: Patricia Hersh

Representation stability in configuration spaces via Whitney homology of the partition lattice   more››

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