Scientific General Events
Emerging Challenges and Strategies
- Combinatorial interpretations of the perturbative expansion
- Renormalization group equation
- Combinatorial Fourier and Legendre transforms
- Dyson-Schwinger equations
- Combinatorial Hopf algebras
See links for more details and references.
Models of Malaria with Applications to Malaria in Mali and US
Cell Sorting and Tissue Invasion using Computational Cell-based Models
Vector lattices, order convergence, and regular sublattices
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?
Lunch will be provided for all registrants (please see below for the registration process).
Slides from this event are available in mathtube.org
Shaken But not Stirred: Using Mathematics in Earthquakes
Transition to Asymmetry in Pipe Flow of Shear-Thinning Fluids†
Fracking and Earthquakes... a cause for concern?
The Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University is pleased to present The 2015 SFU Symposium on Mathematics and Computation, which will be held on Thursday August 6th at the IRMACS Centre, SFU Burnaby Campus. This annual event showcases the computational expertise of our department and of our invited speakers.