Past Events at the University of Calgary

The University of Calgary PIMS site office is located in the Mathematical Sciences Building at the University of Calgary (Map | Contact).


Past Events

  • 14-Jan-11

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium

How many points can a curve have?   more››

Scientific Event

  • 1-Dec-10

Quantum Information Science Seminar: David Kribs (Guelph)

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

Scientific Event

  • 5-Nov-10

PIMS Voyageur Colloquium

A Survey of Toric Geometry   more››

Scientific Event

  • 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››

Scientific Event

  • 1-Sep-09
  • 31-Aug-10
  • 1-Sep-09
  • 30-Apr-10
  • 24-Aug-09
  • 26-Aug-09
  • 13-Aug-09
  • 14-Aug-09

Selected Areas in Cryptography 2009

The Workshop on Selected Areas in Cryptography (SAC) is an annual conference dedicated to specific themes in the area of cryptographic system design and analysis.   For more information, please visit the official website   more››

Scientific Event

  • 19-May-09
  • 29-May-09

2009 PIMS Industrial Problem Solving Workshop and Graduate Industrial Mathematics Modelling Camp

Graduate Industrial Mathematics Modelling Camp - GIMMC - May 19-23, 2009 Industrial Problem Solving Workshop - IPSW - May 25-29, 2009   more››

Industrial Event

  • 30-Apr-09

2009 Alberta Number Theory Day

A one-day regional conference featuring five invited lectures with ample opportunity for interaction, discussion and socialization between participants.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 18-Apr-09
  • 19-Apr-09

ABC Algebra Workshop

Scientific Event

  • 1-Apr-09
  • 31-Mar-10

Alberta Topology Seminars

Scientific Event

  • 26-Sep-08

The Plane With Density r^p and The Poincaré Conjecture

Putting a density (as in calculus or physics) on the plane can make for some interesting geometry. Perelman used such an idea in his proof of the Poincaré conjecture. No prerequisites.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 25-Sep-08

Manifolds With Density

The idea of putting a density on a manifold has appeared throughout mathematics, recently in Perelman's paper on the Poincaré Conjecture. The prime example is Gauss space: R^n with Gaussian density. Despite interesting progress, the geometry of mani   more››

Scientific Event