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

  • 25-Feb-13

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Alon Levy

Isotriviality and Descent of Polarized Morphisms   more››

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  • 21-Feb-13

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Wanda Strychalski

Insights into cytoplasmic rheology gained from modeling cellular blebbing   more››

Scientific Event

  • 21-Feb-13

Topology Seminar: Gyo Taek Jin

Tabulation of prime knots by arc index   more››

Scientific Event

  • 15-Feb-13

PIMS/UBC Distinguished Colloquium: Béla Bollobás (Cambridge & Memphis)

Recent Results on Bootstrap Percolation.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Feb-13

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Mark Zajac

Polymer Entropy Can Drive Cell Migration   more››

Scientific Event

  • 13-Feb-13

Topology Seminar: Søren Galatius

Homological stability for moduli spaces of high dimensional manifolds   more››

Scientific Event

  • 12-Feb-13

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE: Fernando Schwartz

Geometric Inequalities for Hypersurfaces   more››

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  • 8-Feb-13
  • 7-Feb-13
  • 6-Feb-13
  • 5-Feb-13

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE: Chongchun Zeng

Small BGK waves and Landau damping   more››

Scientific Event

  • 5-Feb-13

Scientific Computation and Applied & Industrial Mathematics: Lars Ruthotto

 Hyperelastic Image Registration: Theory, Numerical Methods, and Applications   more››

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  • 4-Feb-13

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Theo Johnson-Freyd

Lattice Poisson AKSZ Theory   more››

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  • 30-Jan-13

Probability Seminar: Balazs Rath

On chemical distances and shape theorems in percolation models with long-range correlations   more››

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  • 30-Jan-13

Topology Seminar: Lior Silberman

Retractions of representation varieties of nilpotent groups   more››

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  • 29-Jan-13

Scientific Computation and Applied & Industrial Mathematics: Brian Wetton

A general framework for high accuracy solutions to energy gradient flows from material science models   more››

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  • 24-Jan-13

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Eldon Emberly

Controlling the final size of a cell population using asymmetric division   more››

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