PIMS Current Scientific Events

  • 27-Jan-20

Lethbridge Number Theory and Combinatorics Seminar: Habiba Kadiri

Explicit results about primes in Chebotarev's density theorem   more››

University of Lethbridge

  • 28-Jan-20

PIMS - SFU Distinguished Discrete Math talk: Joris van der Hoeven

Integer multiplication in time O(n log n)   more››

Simon Fraser University

  • 28-Jan-20

Scientific Computing, Applied and Industrial Mathematics (SCAIM) Seminar: Jim Varah

Error Bounds for Symmetric Iterative Methods from Minimal Polynomials   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 28-Jan-20

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Yakine Bahri

Self-similar blow-up profiles for slightly supercritical nonlinear Schrödinger equations   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 29-Jan-20

Math Biology Seminar: Sumreen Javed

Role of Invadopodia in Tumor Dissemination through the Lymphatic System   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 29-Jan-20

Topology Seminar: Anssi Lahtinen

String topology of finite groups of Lie type   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 29-Jan-20

Probability Seminar: Mathav Murugan

A bridge between elliptic and parabolic Harnack inequalities   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 31-Jan-20

PIMS - SFU Distinguished Lecture in Applied & Computational Mathematics: Anita Layton

Mathematical Models and Their Applications in Diabetes, Hypertension, and Autism   more››

Simon Fraser University

  • 7-Feb-20

PIMS - UVic Distinguished Colloquium: Soumik Pal (RESCHEDULED)

From portfolio theory to optimal transport and Schrodinger bridge in-between   more››

University of Victoria

  • 28-Feb-20

PIMS - UBC Distinguished Colloquium: Inwon Kim

Dynamics of Congested Crowds and incompressible fluids   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 28-Feb-20

PIMS - ULethbridge Distinguished Speaker Series: Monica Nevins

Representing Everything   more››

University of Lethbridge

  • 3-Mar-20

PIMS Mini-Course with Inwon Kim: Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements (1)

Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 3-Mar-20

Constance van Eeden Seminar:Daniela Witten

Calcium imaging, clustering, and corncob   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 5-Mar-20

PIMS Mini-Course with Inwon Kim: Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements (2)

Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 6-Mar-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Rebeca Cardim Falcao

Graduate Research Award: TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 7-Mar-20
  • 8-Mar-20
  • 10-Mar-20

PIMS Mini-Course with Inwon Kim: Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements (3)

Gradient Flows and Minimizing Movements   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 11-Mar-20

PIMS - UManitoba Distinguished Lecture: Peter Ashwin

Computational properties of network dynamical systems   more››

University of Manitoba

  • 13-Mar-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Chen Wang

Graduate Research Award: TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 20-Mar-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Daniel Gomez

Graduate Research Award: TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 27-Mar-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Yifu Zhou

Graduate Research Award: TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 29-Apr-20

Math Biology Seminar: Arne Traulsen

TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 1-May-20

PIMS - UBC Distinguished Colloquium: Arne Traulsen

TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 23-May-20
  • 24-May-20
  • 1-Jun-20
  • 26-Jun-20

2020 PIMS-CRM Summer School in Probability

University of British Columbia

  • 5-Jun-20

2020 Frontiers in Biophysics

University of British Columbia

  • 15-Jun-20
  • 24-Jun-20

FoCM 2020

Vancouver, BC

  • 27-Jul-20
  • 8-Aug-20
  • 4-Aug-20
  • 14-Aug-20
  • 25-Sep-20

Math Biology Seminar: Alexandria Volkening

TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 6-Nov-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Alexandria Volkening

TBA   more››

University of British Columbia

  • 20-Nov-20

UBC Math Department Colloquium: Nina Holden

Faculty of Science Early Career Invited Lecture: TBD   more››

University of British Columbia