Computational Mathematics (formerly CSC) Seminar

The Computational Mathematics Seminar (formerly the CSC/Centre for Scientific Computing Seminar) series is a weekly event that covers a broad range of topics related to applied math and analysis. Speakers are usually visitors to the department. The time and location of these seminars changes, so please click on the individual event for up to date information.

 

Events

  • 26-Nov-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math Seminar: Rustum Choksi

Voronoi Tessellations: Optimal Quantization and Modelling Collective Behaviour   more››

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  • 19-Nov-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math Seminar: Kthim Imeri

Metasurfaces - Ways to Control Waves   more››

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  • 5-Nov-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math Seminar: Thomas Hillen

Mathematical Modelling of Metastasis   more››

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  • 29-Oct-21

SFU Computational Math Seminar - Hong Qian

Gibbs' Theory and Statistical Physics: A Third Approach to Understanding the World Probabilistically?   more››

Scientific Event

  • 22-Oct-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math Seminar: Amanda K. Criner

How Your Data Will Lie to You   more››

Scientific Event

  • 8-Oct-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math - Changhui Tan (U South Carolina)

The Flow of Polynomial Roots Under Differentiation   more››

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  • 24-Sep-21

PIMS-SFU Computational Math Seminar - Ryan Konno (SFU)

Continuum Mechanical Modelling of Skeletal Muscle Affected by Cerebral Palsy   more››

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  • 6-Mar-20

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Dr. Brian R. Wetton

“Three Things I Never Published”   more››

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  • 31-Jan-20

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

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

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  • 12-Dec-19

SFU Theory Seminar: Vaishak Belle

Implicitly Learning to Reason in First-Order Logic   more››

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  • 15-Nov-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Michael Friedlander

Polar duality and atomic alignment   more››

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  • 25-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Computational Mathematics Seminar: James Scott

The Dirichlet Problem for Operators Arising in Peridynamics: Well-Posedness and Regularity   more››

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  • 11-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Aaron Palmer

The Dyson and Coulomb games: how models of statistical physics arise in the study of competing agents   more››

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  • 4-Oct-19

PIMS - SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Sara Pollock

Accelerating nonlinear solvers for degenerate and nondegenerate problems   more››

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  • 27-Sep-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Sookyung Lim

How do E. coli cells swim? - Mathematical modeling and analysis   more››

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  • 20-Sep-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Razvan Fetecau

Self-organization on Riemannian manifolds   more››

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  • 10-May-19

PIMS-SFU Distinguished Speaker Series in Applied & Computational Mathematics Seminar: Randall LeVeque

Coupled Seismic/Hydroacoustic/Tsunami Simulation   more››

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  • 24-Apr-19

PIMS-SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Dan Brown

Can computers write good poetry? What does that even mean?   more››

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