Past Events at the University of Calgary

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Past Events

  • 22-Mar-11

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium: John Harper (University of Western Ontario)

Homotopy completion, homology completion, and a finiteness theorem for operadic algebras.   more››

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  • 17-Mar-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: Johnson Jia

Fourier coefficients and Siegel theta series   more››

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  • 17-Mar-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: Julia Gordon

Constructible exponential functions, integrability, and characters of p-adic groups   more››

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  • 16-Mar-11

Quantum Information Science Seminar: Netanel Lindner (CalTech)

Putting Floquet theory to work: Topology of time dependent Hamiltonians   more››

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  • 3-Mar-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: Alexander Molnar

Affine minimal rational functions   more››

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  • 3-Mar-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: Greg Martin

Friable values of polynomials   more››

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  • 18-Feb-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: Tim Trudgian

Between the Polya and Turan conjectures   more››

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  • 4-Feb-11

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium

Large cyclotomic strongly regular graphs and nonamorphic fusion schemes of the cyclotomic schemes.   more››

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  • 4-Feb-11

PIMS UC Voyageur Colloquium: Qing Xiang (University of Delaware)

Large cyclotomic strongly regular graphs and nonamorphic fusion schemes of the cyclotomic schemes   more››

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  • 20-Jan-11

West End Number Theory Seminar: David Roe

The local langlands correspondence for tamely ramified groups   more››

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  • 17-Jan-11

PIMS Number Theory CRG Distinguished Lecture: Noam Elkies (Harvard)

On the areas of rational triangles   more››

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  • 14-Jan-11

PIMS Number Theory CRG Distinguished Lecture: Noam Elkies (Harvard)

How many points can a curve have?   more››

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  • 14-Jan-11

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium

How many points can a curve have?   more››

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  • 1-Dec-10

Quantum Information Science Seminar: David Kribs (Guelph)

A family of norms with applications in entanglement theory    more››

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  • 5-Nov-10

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium

A Survey of Toric Geometry   more››

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  • 6-Apr-10

PIMS Calgary CRG Launch 2010

PIMS newest Collaborative Research Groups based at the University of Calgary,  launch their activities on 6 April 2010 with two public lectures given by leading Canadian researchers in the respective fields of number theory and quantum informat   more››

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