AMI Seminar Series

The AMI maintains an active research seminar series, which typically runs on Fridays at 3:00pm in CAB 657. The talks cover a wide variety of research areas related to Applied Mathematics, and are aimed at both faculty members and graduate students.

To suggest speakers or for questions please contact the seminar coordinator at xinweiyu@math.ualberta,ca or xinwei.yu@gmail.com.
If your talk needs to be scheduled at other than the reserved time (3-4pm Fridays), please contact Dana to reserve a room.


PIMS-AMI Seminar Series 2016 - 17


Series
Date
Time/Location
Speaker/Title
Local Host
AMI/IGR/PIMS
Sept. 12
3p--4p
CCIS L1-047
Dr. Alexis Kaminski
Dept. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge
Transient growth in strongly-stratified shear layers

PIMS-AMI
Oct. 7
3p--4p
CAB 657
Prof. Anthony Wachs
Department of Mathematics
University of British Columbia
Numerical modelling of particle-laden flows: multiscale, arbitrary particle shape, heat transfer, non-Newtonian
P. Minev
PIMS-AMI
Oct. 28
3p--4p
CAB 657
Prof. Martin Buhmann
Justus-Liebig University, Germany
Radial basis functions: Interpolation, convergence, and multiquadrics with parameters
F. Dai
PIMS-AMI
Nov. 2
3p--4p
TBA
Prof. Sean Lawley
Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
Randomly switching dynamical systems: analysis and behavior
M. Lewis
PIMS-AMI
Nov. 18
3p--4p
CAB 657
Dr. Khoa Le
University of Calgary
Strong law of large numbers for super-critical branching Gaussian processes
M. Kouritzin
PIMS-AMI Distinguished Lecture
Nov. 25
3p--40
CAB 657
Prof. Jianhong Wu
York University
Data-driven projective adaptive resonance neural network architecture for high dimensional data clustering
Y. Wong


Talks from previous years: 2015/16, 2014/15, 2013/14, 2012/13, 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/102008/092007/08


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