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

  • 5-Dec-12

PIMS CRG Distinguished Speaker: Faith Ellen

Faster than Optimal Snapshots (for a While)   more››

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  • 5-Dec-12
  • 6-Dec-12
  • 5-Dec-12

Probability Seminar: Linan Chen

Gaussian Free Fields and KPZ Relation in R^4   more››

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  • 28-Nov-12

Probability Seminar: Joe Neeman

Robust Gaussian noise stability   more››

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  • 26-Nov-12

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: John Calabrese

Donaldson-Thomas invariants and birational transformations   more››

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  • 22-Nov-12

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Joshua Zukewich

Learning Grammar with Neural Nets   more››

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  • 21-Nov-12

Topology Seminar: Alejandro Adem

Cohomology and K-theory of Crystallographic Groups II   more››

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  • 21-Nov-12

Probability Seminar: Geoffrey Grimmett

Counting self-avoiding walks   more››

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  • 20-Nov-12

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Jérôme Bertrand

On analytical properties of Alexandrov spaces.   more››

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  • 19-Nov-12

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Masoud Kamgarpour

Ramified Satake Isomorphisms   more››

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  • 15-Nov-12

Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series: Jan Vondrak

Submodular Functions and Their Applications   more››

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  • 15-Nov-12

Mathematical Biology Seminar: William Carlquist

A computationally Efficient Method for Solving Reaction Diffusion Equations in Rod-Cell Geometry   more››

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  • 14-Nov-12

Topology Seminar: Alejandro Adem

Cohomology and K-theory of Crystallographic Groups I   more››

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  • 14-Nov-12

Probability Seminar: Yan-Xia Ren

Strong law of large numbers for superprocesses   more››

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  • 13-Nov-12

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Olivier Benoist

Codimension 2 complete intersections in P^N have a natural parameter space that is a projective bundle over a projective space given by the data of the two equations. In this talk, we will be interested in the birational geometry of this paramete   more››

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  • 13-Nov-12

SCAIM Seminar: Tim Rees

The numerical solution of the Taylor-Goldstein equation   more››

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  • 13-Nov-12

Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Yunfeng Jiang

On the Crepant Transformation Conjecture   more››

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  • 8-Nov-12

Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series: Judeah Pearl

The Mathematics of Cause and Effect   more››

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