# University of Northern British Columbia

The University of Northern British Columbia joined PIMS as an affiliate on April 1, 2011.

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Scientific, Colloquia

PIMS UNBC Distinguished Colloquium: Jingwei Hu

The Vlasov-Landau-Maxwell equation is often regarded as the first-principle physics model for plasmas, which collectively accounts for particle transport, electromagnetic field effects, and particle collisions. We introduce a novel particle method...

Scientific, Conference

PIMS CRG Workshop on Moments of L-functions

Establishing asymptotic formulas for moments of L-functions has been a main goal of analytic number theory for over a century. This topic is strongly connected to the generalized LindelÃ¶f Hypothesis and various non-vanishing conjectures, and it has...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS UNBC Distinguished Colloquium Series: Cameron Stewart

Techniques developed for transcendental number theory have had many surprising applications in the study of purely arithmetic questions. The aim of our talk will be to discuss this phenomenon. Speaker Bio: Cameron L. Stewart is a University Professor...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

Marsden Memorial Lecture: Melvin Leok

Geometric mechanics describes Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics geometrically, and information geometry formulates statistical estimation, inference, and machine learning in terms of geometry. A divergence function is an asymmetric distance...

Educational

Workshop for University and High School Educators

Part of the Sharing Mathematics conference

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS UNBC Distinguished Speaker Series: Rhonda J. Rosychuk

Alberta has rich sources of administrative health data and the Ambulatory Care Classification System provides an opportunity for research focused on Emergency Department (ED) presentations. I have examined the epidemiology of ED presentations for...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS UNBC Distinguished Speaker Series: Linqun Wang

Many scientific research problems are concerned with relationships among a group of variables. In real data analysis often some of these variables cannot be directly or precisely measured, and instead indirect or imprecise measurements have to be...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS UNBC Distinguished Speaker Series: Rhonda J. Rosychuk

Interdisciplinary research is proposed as one way or even the way to tackle complex scientific problems, as individual researchers or disciplines lack sufficient knowledge or expertise to do so. Statisticians are well suited to interdisciplinary...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS Distingished Speaker: Wolfram Bentz

Suppose you have a fixed number of boxes with a square base. These are transported in containers that also have a square base. In order to save space one wants to make containers small while still being able to hold all boxes. How large would the...

Scientific, Distinguished Lecture

PIMS Distingished Speaker: Wolfram Bentz

Natural dualities, such as Stone duality, are useful because they allow one to translate algebraic questions into the potentially simpler and usually more intuitive setting of a topological structure. Dualities are also tricky, in the sense that it...

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## Staff

Position | Name | Phone # | Office | |
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University of Northern British Columbia | Alia Hamieh |
alia.hamieh@unbc.ca | +1 (250) 960-5312 | 10-2038 |

Name | Position | Research Interests | Supervisor | Year |
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Fatma Ã‡iÃ§ek |
PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Northern British Columbia | Number Theory | Alia Hamieh | 2022 |