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Scientific, Colloquia
UAlberta Special Colloquium: Mathieu Florence
June 19, 2024
University of Alberta
The Bloch-Kato-Milnor conjecture relates Galois cohomology to Milnor K-theory of fields. A celebrated proof of this result was furnished by Voevodsky. Motivic cohomology and Rost's norm varieties are key ingredients. They were tailored specifically...
Scientific, Seminar
UAlberta Math Biology Seminar: Sam Isaacson
April 15, 2024
University of Alberta
Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) assays are a standard approach for quantifying kinetic parameters in antibody-antigen binding reactions. Classical SPR approaches ignore the bivalent structure of antibodies, and use simplified ODE models to estimate...
Scientific, Seminar
UAlberta Math Biology Seminar: Liubov Sysoeva
April 8, 2024
University of Alberta
Methane's short lifespan, high Global Warming Potential, and high anthropogenic emissions level make it the most potent greenhouse gas in terms of rapidly reducing global warming. The oil and gas sector is the most significant contributor to methane...
Scientific, Colloquia
UAlberta Math and Statistics Colloquium: Yorck Sommerhäuser
April 12, 2024
University of Alberta
Hopf algebras are algebras for which one can form the tensor product of two representations. In more abstract terms, this means that their representation category is a tensor category, and all additional required properties of this tensor category...
Scientific, Colloquia
UAlberta Math and Statistics Colloquium: Changlong Zhong
April 5, 2024
University of Alberta
Equivariant elliptic cohomology generalizes from equivariant cohomology and equivariant K-theory. It has a rich structure and connections to quantum groups, mathematical physics, enumerative geometry, and algebraic combinatorics. Recently, Okounkov...
Scientific, Seminar
UAlberta Math Biology Seminar: Eric Foxall
March 4, 2024
University of Alberta
In a linear population model that has a unique “largest” eigenvalue and is suitably irreducible, the corresponding left and right (Perron) eigenvectors determine the long-term relative prevalence and reproductive value of different types of...
Scientific, Colloquia
UAlberta Math and Statistics Colloquium: Nicolae Strungaru
March 1, 2024
University of Alberta
In this talk we introduce the mathematical setup for diffraction via the Fourier transform of tempered distributions. We cover some examples with pure point spectrum and discuss the connection between pure point spectrum and almost periodicity.
Scientific, Seminar
UAlberta Math Biology Seminar: Hoang-Hung Vo
February 26, 2024
University of Alberta
In this talk, I will review some different notions of principal eigenvalues, their qualitative properties and applications in some long time dynamics of Fisher-KPP equations with nonlocal dispersals including the time-periodic case.
Scientific, Public Lecture
PIMS/AMI Seminar: Luca Nenna
July 13, 2018
University of Alberta
The minimization of a relative entropy (with respect to the Wiener measure) is a very old problem which dates back to Schrödinger. C. Léonard has between this problem and the Monge-Kantorovich problem with quadratic cost (namely the standard Optimal...

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PIMS Site Director (Interim) - University of Alberta Eric Woolgar ewoolgar@ualberta.ca CAB669
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PIMS Site Director - University of Alberta Thomas Hillen thillen@ualberta.ca CAB 611
Science Instructor, Faculty of Science - Mathematics & Statistical Sciences Trevor Pasanen tpasanen@ualberta.ca
Name Position Research Interests Supervisor Year
Daniyar Omarov University of Alberta Optimal Transportation Brendan Pass 2024
Jin-Cheng Guu PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta Algebra, Number Theory & Mathematical Physics Terry Gannon 2024
Canon Sun PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta Quantum Theory Joseph Maciejko 2023
Eugene Bilokopytov PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta Functional Analysis & Theory of Operators Vladimir Troitsky 2023
Jyoti Bhadana PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta Probability Theory Michael Kouritzin 2022
Jesse Huang University of Alberta Algebraic geometry David Favero 2021
Raphaël Belliard Postdoctoral Researcher Mathematical Physics Vincent Bouchard 2021
Reinier Kramer Postdoctoral Researcher Algebraic Geometry Vincent Bouchard 2021
Andrew Schopieray University of Alberta Category theory, homological algebra Terry Gannon 2020
Chandra Rajulapati University of Saskatchewan Global Water Fund John Pomeroy 2019
Sergii Myroshnychenko Convex Geometry Convex and discrete geometry Vladyslav Yaskin 2019
Shirou Wang University of Alberta Probability Yingfei Yi 2019
Rotislav Devatov University of Alberta Algebraic Geometry Nikita Karpenko 2018
Steven Scully University of Alberta Algebraic Geometry Arturo Pianzola 2017
Ariana Bianchi University of Alberta Applied PDEs Thomas Hillen 2016
Taiki Shibata University of Alberta Nonassociative rings and algebras Arturo Pianzola 2016
Aghil Alaee Khanga University of Alberta Relativity and Gravitational Theory/DIfferential Gemetry Eric Woolgar 2015
Dinakar Muthiah University of Alberta Topological groups, Lie groups Manish Patnaik 2015
Johanna Hennig University of Alberta Nonassociative rings and algebras Arturo Pianzola 2015
Jaegil Kim University of Alberta Problems related to the duality in Convex Geometry, Geometric Tomography, and Functional Analysis Vladyslav Yaskin 2014
Juliette Bouhours University of Alberta PDE & Biology and other natural sciences Mark Lewis 2014
Stephen Scully Assistant professor of Mathematics, University of Victoria Field theory and polynomials; Algebraic geometry Nikita Karpenko 2014