Past Events at the University of British Columbia

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Past Events

  • 25-Sep-13

Probability Seminar: Ohad Feldheim

Rigidity of 3-colorings of the d-dimensional discrete torus   more››

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  • 25-Sep-13

Probability Seminar: Naomi Feldheim

New results on zeroes of stationary Gaussian functions   more››

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  • 25-Sep-13

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: David Favero

Homological Projective Duality via Variation of Geometric Invariant Theory Quotients   more››

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  • 24-Sep-13

Discrete Math Seminar: Yvan Le Borgne

On the sandpile model on complete or bipartite complete graphs   more››

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  • 24-Sep-13

SCAIM Seminar: Roger Donaldson

Statistics in the face of heavy-tailed data: a case-study in analyzing website traffic   more››

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  • 24-Sep-13

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

Symmetric Monge-Kantorovich problems and polar decompositions of vector fields   more››

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  • 23-Sep-13

Geometry and Physics Seminar: Sabin Cautis

Categorical Heisenberg actions on Hilbert schemes of points   more››

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  • 20-Sep-13

PIMS/UBC Distinguished Colloquium: Ulrike Tillmann

Cobordisms: Old and New    more››

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  • 19-Sep-13
  • 19-Sep-13
  • 18-Sep-13

Probability Seminar: Christian Sadel

Limit stochastic differential equations (SDEs) for products of random matrices   more››

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  • 18-Sep-13

Topology Seminar: Ulrike Tillmann

Configurations spaces revisited and homology stability for some diffeomorphism groups   more››

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  • 17-Sep-13

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Emil Wiedemann

Relaxation of Variational Problems for Orientation-Preserving Maps   more››

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  • 16-Sep-13

Geometry and Physics Seminar

Geometry and Physics topical Seminar   more››

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  • 16-Sep-13

PIMS PDF Colloquium: Andrew Berget

Combinatorics of Matrix Varieties   more››

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  • 13-Sep-13

Discrete Math Seminar: Wolfram Bentz

The Commuting Graph of the Symmetric Inverse Semigroup   more››

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  • 12-Sep-13

Truth & Reconciliation

Indian Residential Schools and Their Legacy: Reconciliation through Education   more››

Educational Event

  • 12-Sep-13

SCAIM Seminar: Tim Warburton

Many-core Algorithms for High-order Finite Element Methods: When Time to Solution Matters   more››

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  • 11-Sep-13

Topology Seminar: Bernhard Hanke

A well known conjecture in the theory of transformation groups states that if p is a prime and (Z/p)^r acts freely on a product of k spheres, then r ≤ k. We prove this assertion if p is large compared to the dimension of the product of spheres. The   more››

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