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.



  • 30-Nov-18

SFU Applied & Computational Math Seminar Series: Simone Brugiapaglia

Compressive Sensing and its Applications in Data Science and in Computational Mathematics   more››

Scientific Event

  • 2-Nov-18

PIMS - SFU Distinguished Speaker in Applied & Computational Mathematics: Don Estep

Formulation and solution of stochastic inverse problems for science and engineering models   more››

Scientific Event

  • 28-Sep-18

SFU Applied and Computational Math Seminar Series: Claire Moore-Cantwell

The interaction of exceptional words and grammatical regularities in learning.   more››

Scientific Event

  • 25-May-18

PIMS/CSC Seminar: Vladimir Babeshko

Block Element Method   more››

Scientific Event

  • 18-May-18

PIMS-SFU CSC Seminar: Travis Askham

A Fredholm Operator Approach to Clamped Plate Problems   more››

Scientific Event

  • 6-Apr-18

PIMS- SFU -CSC Distinguished Speaker: Jose A. Carrillo

Repulsive-attractive models in collective behavior and applications   more››

Scientific Event

  • 23-Mar-18

PIMS- SFU CS Distinguished Colloquium: Mike Eldred

Multilevel-Multifidelity Approaches for Uncertainty Quantification and Design Under Uncertainty   more››

Scientific Event

  • 16-Mar-18

PIMS - SFU CS Seminar: Andrew J. Bernoff

Energy driven pattern formation in thin fluid layers: The good, the bad and the beautiful   more››

Scientific Event

  • 13-Mar-18

PIMS - SFU CS Seminar: Hongkai Zhao

A scaling law for the intrinsic complexity of high frequency wave fields, random fields and random matrices   more››

Scientific Event

  • 9-Mar-18

PIMS- SFU CS Colloquium: Daan Huybrechs

On the benefits of redundancy in the approximation of functions   more››

Scientific Event

  • 2-Mar-18

PIMS - SFU CS Seminar: Brian Wetton

Modelling Lithium Ion Batteries   more››

Scientific Event

  • 23-Feb-18

PIMS - SFU CS Seminar: Andrew J. Bernoff

Energy driven pattern formation in thin fluid layers: The good, the bad and the beautiful   more››

Scientific Event

  • 9-Feb-18

PIMS - SFU CSC Seminar: Hélène Hivert

An asymptotic preserving scheme for a kinetic equation describing propagation phenomena   more››

Scientific Event

  • 2-Feb-18

PIMS SFU - CSC Seminar: Sebastian Dominguez

3D muscle modelling   more››

Scientific Event

  • 12-Jan-18

PIMS-SFU CSC Seminar: Richard Mikael Slevinsky

Fast and stable computations with spherical harmonics   more››

Scientific Event

  • 1-Dec-17

PIMS- SFU CSC Seminar: Graeme McCaig

Deep Convolutional Networks for Visual Art and Creativity   more››

Scientific Event

  • 17-Nov-17

PIMS- SFU CS Seminar: Clayton Webster

Polynomial approximation via compressed sensing of high dimension functions   more››

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  • 10-Nov-17

PIMS-SFU CSC Seminar: Vincent Calvez

Concentration waves of chemotactic bacteria   more››

Scientific Event

  • 27-Oct-17

PIMS-SFU CSC Seminar: Fredrik Fryklund

Partition of Unity Extension of Functions on Complex Domains   more››

Scientific Event

  • 13-Oct-17

PIMS- SFU CSC Seminar: Ludvig af Klinteberg

Boundary integral methods and quadrature error estimates   more››

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