Scientific General Events
The Hidden Beauty of Mathematics
Participant-focused Research for Genetics and Drug Discovery
A risk-based platform for accident prevention strategies
Sparse polynomial approximation of high-dimensional functions
Lattice models of magnetism: from magnets to antiferromagnets
Vertex-primitive digraphs having vertices with almost equal neighbourhoods
The Man Who knew Infinity
Pattern Avoidance in Restricted Growth Functions
New conservation laws of Euler and Navier-Stokes equations Subtitle: Generic and dimensionally reduced cases for plane, axisymmetric and helically symmetric flows.
The transfer map of free loop spaces
Cops and Robbers on Oriented Grids II
Slides for some of the presentations given at this event are available on mathtube.org
- Andrew King: Landing an Industry Position
- Gizem Karaali: Living the Good Life at a Liberal Arts College
- Phillip Loewen: Landing a Faculty Position
The PIMS-Math Job Forum is an annual Forum to help graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Mathematics Department with their job searches. The session is divided in two parts: short presentations from our panel followed by a discussion.
Learn the secrets of writing an effective research statement, developing an outstanding CV, and giving a winning job talk. We will address questions like: Who do I ask for recommendation letters? What kind of jobs should I apply to? What can I do to maximize my chances of success?
A light lunch will be provided for all registrants (please see below for the registration process).