Past Events at the University of Washington

The University of Washington PIMS site office is located in the Department of Mathematics at (Padleford building) the University of Washington (Map | Contact).

 

Past Events

  • 21-Apr-11
  • 30-Jun-13
  • 29-Mar-11

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Hariharan Narayanan

Testing the Manifold Hypothesis   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Mar-11

Quantum Information Seminar Series: Patrick Hayden

Uncertainty, encryption and low-distortion embeddings   more››

Scientific Event

  • 18-Feb-11

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Bela Bollobas

The critical probability of percolation. Percolation on self-dual polygon configurations   more››

Scientific Event

  • 14-Jan-11

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Richard Stanley

A survey of alternating permutations   more››

Scientific Event

  • 13-Nov-10
  • 14-Nov-10
  • 9-Aug-10
  • 13-Aug-10
  • 28-Jul-10
  • 30-Jul-10

The Mathematics of Klee & Grünbaum: 100 Years in Seattle

A celebration of the careers of Victor Klee and Branko Grunbaum who spent a total of 100 years between them at the University of Washington in Seattle.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 28-Jun-10
  • 16-Jul-10

UW Inverse Problems and Partial Differential Equations Summer School 2010

A three-week summer school giving advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students the opportunity to study with the University of Washington's integrated   more››

Scientific Event

  • 21-Jun-10
  • 10-Jul-10
  • 30-Apr-10

UW-PIMS Colloquia

Generalizing the Cross Ratio: The Moduli Space of n Points on the Projective Line Up to Projective Equivalence   more››

Scientific Event

  • 15-Jan-10
  • 24-Oct-09
  • 23-Oct-09

2009 UW-PIMS Colloquium - 04

Shuffling Cards and Adding Numbers   more››

Scientific Event

  • 10-Aug-09
  • 14-Aug-09

Summer School on Seismic Imaging

In exploration or reflection seismology, seismic imaging creates images of the Earth's upper crust using seismic waves generated by artificial sources and recorded into extensive arrays of sensors (geophones or hydrophones). The technology is   more››

Industrial Event