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

  • 4-Aug-11

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Miles Davenport (University of New South Wales)

"HIV from molecular to whole animal scales"   more››

Scientific Event

  • 25-Jul-11

Special Topology Seminar: Adam Clay (UQAM)

Left-orderability and Dehn surgery   more››

Scientific Event

  • 25-Jul-11

Special DG - MP - PDE Seminar: Dongho Chae (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)

On the blow-up problem for the Euler equations and the Liouville type results for the fluid equations   more››

Scientific Event

  • 25-Jul-11

Special Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Conan Leung

SYZ mirror symmetry for toric manifolds   more››

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  • 17-Jul-11
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  • 16-Jul-11

Numerical Methods for Incompressible Fluid Flow

 Topics of interest include:- theoretical and numerical analysis aspects of novel finite element or finite volume discretizations- adaptivity- new preconditioning techniques for linear/nonlinear systems- non   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Jul-11
  • 16-Jul-11

Delay Differential Equations in Applications: Common Themes and Methods

Featured application areas: laser physicselectronic engineeringcommunication systemsmechanical testing environmentstraffic flowscontrol theorypopulation dynamicsdynamics o   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Jul-11
  • 16-Jul-11

Medical and Seismic Imaging

Modern imaging technology depends heavily on advanced mathematical methods to produce reliable, accurate, and useful images. With modern advances come new challenges in acquiring and processing data for images, then interpreting and extracti   more››

Industrial Event

  • 13-Jul-11
  • 16-Jul-11

Complex Fluids and Flows in Industry and Nature

 Models of fluid flows in natural and industrial settings are often significantly complicated by details such as the confining geometry, varying material behaviour such as a non-Newtonian rheology, the presence of interfaces a   more››

Industrial Event

  • 12-Jul-11

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Thomas Erneux (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)

Applications of Delay Differential Equations   more››

Scientific Event

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  • 15-Jul-11

Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2011

Waves and Imaging   more››

Scientific Event

  • 16-Jun-11

Mathematical Biology Seminar: Jean-Francois Ganghoffer (LEMTA - ENSEM, Nancy, France)

Equivalent properties of biological membranes from lattice homogenization.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 8-Jun-11

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar

Rigidity and stability of Einstein metrics for quadratic curvature functionals   more››

Scientific Event

  • 8-Jun-11

Math Mania

Scientific Event

  • 30-May-11

2011 Niven Lecture: The Mathematics of Doodling

Doodling has many mathematical aspects: patterns, shapes, numbers, and more. Not surprisingly, there is often some sophisticated and fun mathematics buried inside common doodles. I'll begin by doodling, and see where it takes us. It looks like   more››

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