
July 2011  August 2012 
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Previous Years
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events from July 2011 to August 2012, before our
video archive became operational.
For events from September 2012 onwards, plus events and lectures from
JuneAugust 2012 that are not listed below, please consult our
video archive.
For events from previous years, please consult the
index of previous years.
Various Dates Throughout the Year
August 2012
July 2012
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March 2012
February 2012
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September 2011
August 2011
July 2011
June 2011
 April 3, 2012: Ismael Regis de Farias, Texas Tech University:
Cutting Planes for Some Nonconvex Combinatorial Optimization Problems
 April 3, 2012: Yan Xu, SAS:
The MixedInteger Programming Solver and Solutions at SAS
 February 7, 2012: Kirsten Morris, University of Waterloo:
Optimal actuator location
 February 7, 2012: Oleksandr Romanko, Algorithmics Incorporated, an IBM Company, Toronto:
ScenarioBased ValueatRisk Optimization
 December 6, 2011: Symon Buhajczuk, SimuTech Group Toronto:
Implementations of Optimization Software and Application to Fluid Dynamics Problems
 December 6, 2011: Catalin Trenchea, Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh:
A Stochastic Collocation Approach to Constrained Optimization for Random Data Estimation Problems (NO AUDIO)
 November 1, 2011: William (Bill) Smith, Siemens:
Wind Energy in Canada
 November 1, 2011: Hans J. H. Tuenter, University of Toronto:
The Modeling and Forecasting of Wind Energy
 October 4, 2011: Thomas F. Coleman, University of Waterloo:
Risk Management of Portfolios by CVaR Optimization
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 April 25, 2012: Steve Shreve, Carnegie Mellon University:
Optimal Execution in a General OneSided Limit Order Book
 April 25, 2012: Rogemar Mamon, University of Western Ontario:
A weak hidden Markov chainmodulated model for asset allocation
 March 28, 2012: Abel Cadenillas, University of Alberta:
A Theory for the Optimal Government Debt Control
 March 28, 2012: Paul Embrechts, ETH Zurich:
Four Theorems and a Financial Crisis
 March 7, 2012: Alex Levin, RBC Financial Group:
Some Approaches to Modeling WrongWay Risk in Counterparty Credit Risk Management and CVA
 January 25, 2012: Bruno Dupire, Head of Quantitative Research, Bloomberg:
Functional Ito Calculus and Risk Management
 November 16, 2011: Peter Carr, Morgan Stanley:
Optionality and Volatility (NO AUDIO)
 November 16, 2011: Alexander Lipton, Bank of America:
Filling the Gaps
 October 26, 2011: Matheus Grasselli, McMaster University:
A dynamical systems model for credit expansion, asset price bubbles and financial fragility
 October 26, 2011: Bill Janeway, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy, University of Cambridge and Senior Advisor, Warburg Pincus:
Tolerating Waste in the Innovation Economy or Putting the 'Creative' in Creative Destruction
 September 28, 2011: Vadim Linetsky, McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Northwestern University:
Unified CreditEquity Modeling: From SingleName to MultiName
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 Guillaume Bal, Columbia University:
Hybrid inverse problems, Lecture 1
 Guillaume Bal, Columbia University:
Hybrid inverse problems, Lecture 2
 Martins Bruveris, Imperial College London:
Geometry of Image Registration Diffeomorphism group and Momentum Maps, Lecture 1
 Martins Bruveris, Imperial College London:
Geometry of Image Registration Diffeomorphism group and Momentum Maps, Lecture 2
 Martins Bruveris, Imperial College London:
Geometry of Image Registration Diffeomorphism group and Momentum Maps, Lecture 3 (Partial Talk)
 Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
Electromagnetics, Theory and Practice Lecture 1
 Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
Electromagnetics, Theory and Practice Lecture 2
 Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
Electromagnetics, Theory and Practice Lecture 3
 Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
Electromagnetics, Theory and Practice Lecture 4
 Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia:
Numerical Methods for Distributed Parameter Identification, Lecture 1
 Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia:
Numerical Methods for Distributed Parameter Identification, Lecture 2
 Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia:
Numerical Methods for Distributed Parameter Identification, Lecture 4
 Darryl D Holm, Imperial College London:
Fields Institute Colloquium in Applied Mathematics  Momentum Maps, Image Analysis & Solitons
 Michael Lustig, UC Berkeley:
Frontiers in Rapid MRI, from Parallel Imaging to Compressed Sensing and Back, Lecture 1
 Michael Lustig, UC Berkeley:
Frontiers in Rapid MRI, from Parallel Imaging to Compressed Sensing and Back, Lecture 2
 Michael Lustig, UC Berkeley:
Frontiers in Rapid MRI, from Parallel Imaging to Compressed Sensing and Back, Lecture 3
 Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck:
Medical Image Registration,Lecture 1
 Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck:
Medical Image Registration, Lecture 2
 Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck:
Medical Image Registration, Lecture 3
 Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck:
Medical Image Registration, Lecture 4
 Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck:
Medical Image Registration, Lecture 5
 Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna:
Variational Regularization Methods for Image Analysis and Inverse Problems, Lecture 1
 Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna:
Variational Regularization Methods for Image Analysis and Inverse Problems, Lecture 2 (Partial Talk)
 Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna:
Variational Regularization Methods for Image Analysis and Inverse Problems, Lecture 3
 Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna:
Variational Regularization Methods for Image Analysis and Inverse Problems, Lecture 4
 Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna:
Variational Regularization Methods for Image Analysis and Inverse Problems, Lecture 5
 Plamen Stefanov, Purdue University:
Microlocal Approach to Photoacoustic and Thermoacoustic Tomography Lecture 2
 Plamen Stefanov, Purdue University:
Microlocal Approach to Photoacoustic and Thermoacoustic Tomography Lecture 3
 Todd Wittman, College of Charleston:
Research in Mathematical Image Processing, Lecture 1
 Todd Wittman, College of Charleston:
Research in Mathematical Image Processing, Lecture 3
 Todd Wittman, College of Charleston:
Research in Mathematical Image Processing, Lecture 5
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 Ryuichi Ashino, Osaka Kyoiku University:
Image separation by wavelet analysis
 Allan Greenleaf, University of Rochester:
Basic Microlocal Analysis
 Allan Greenleaf, University of Rochester:
Basic Microlocal Analysis (2)
 Alexander Katsevich, University of Central Florida:
Recent advances in tomographic image reconstruction from interior xray data
 Michael Lamoureux, University of Calgary:
Gabor methods for imaging
 Michael Lamoureux,, University of Calgary:
Gabor methods for imaging (2)
 Cheng Liu, Kinectrics, Inc., Canada:
An Adaptive S Transform with Applications in Studying Brain Functions
 AbdolReza Mansouri, Queen's University:
Geometric Approaches in Image Diffusion
 Ross Mitchell, The Mayo Clinic  Arizona.:
Microlocal Analysis of Medical Images: Applications in Cancer Imagenomics
 Juri Rappoport, Russian Academy of Sciences Lebedev transforms and some ophthalmic imaging applications:
Lebedev transforms and some ophthalmic imaging applications
 Luigi Riba, Universita di Torino:
Continuous Inversion Formulas for MultiDimensional Stockwell Transforms
 Ervin Sejdic, University of Pittsburgh:
Introduction to TimeFrequency Analysis and Its Biomedical Applications
 Plamen Stefanov, Purdue University:
Microlocal Methods in Xray tomography
 Plamen Stefanov, Purdue University:
Microlocal Methods in Xray tomography (3)
 HauTieng Wu, Princeton University:
Instantaneous frequency, shape functions, Synchrosqueezing transform and some applications
 HauTieng Wu, Princeton University:
TwoDimensional tomography from noisy projections taken at unknown random directions
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 Anthony Bloch, University of Michigan:
The geometry of integrable and gradient flows and dissipation
 Andrea Dziubek, SUNY:
A Model for the Retina Including Blood Flow and Deformation
 Antonio HernándezGarduńo, UAMI, Mexico:
Algebra and reduction of the three vortex problem
 Scott Kelly, University of North Carolina at Charlotte:
Marsden Program Talk
 Marco Castrillón López, Universad Complutense de Madrid:
Higher order covariant EulerPoincaré
 Arthur Fischer, UCSC:
The Legacy of Jerry Marsden's Early Career Work in Riemannian Geometry and General Relativity
 Elisa Guzmán, Universidad de La Laguna:
Reduction of Lagrangian submanifolds and Tulczyjew's triple
 Hiroaki Yoshimura, Waseda University:
Dirac Structures, Variational Principles and Reduction in Mechanics  Toward Understanding Interconnection Structures in Physical Systems
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 Kelly Bickel, Washington University in St. Louis:
Inner Functions and associated Hilbert Spaces on the Bidisk
 Alexander Brudnyi, University of Calgary:
Steinlike Theory for Banachvalued Holomorphic Functions on the Maximal Ideal space of H ∞ and the Operator Corona Problem of Sz.Nagy
 Ron G. Douglas, Texas A&M University:
The Corona Problem and Operator Theory
 Ryan Hamilton, University of Waterloo:
The Toeplitz Corona Problem and a Distance Formula
 Steven G. Krantz, Washington University in St. Louis:
The Corona Problem In Several Complex Variables
 Mishko Mitkovski, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Compactness of operators on Bergman type spaces
 Nikolai Nikolski, Universite Bordeaux 1:
Numerically Effective Corona Problems
 Richard Rochberg, Washington University in St. Louis:
Truncated Hankel forms, Hankel forms on Model Spaces
 Amol Sasane, London School of Economics:
The corona and completion problem for an algebra of measures used in control theory
 Eric T. Sawyer, McMaster University:
Corona theorems for the DruryArveson space and other BesovSobolev spaces of holomorphic functions on the ball
 Sergei Treil, Brown University:
Corona, ideals, and the completion problem: a geometric approach
 Tavan Trent, University of Alabama:
Remarks on Corona Problems
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 Ben Adcock, Simon Fraser University:
Generalized sampling and infinitedimensional compressed sensing
 Laurent Cohen, Université ParisDauphine:
Short Course on Geodesic Methods in Image Analysis, Part 1
 Laurent Cohen, Université ParisDauphine:
Short Course on Geodesic Methods in Image Analysis, Part 2
 Laurent Cohen, Université ParisDauphine:
Short Course on Geodesic Methods in Image Analysis, Part 3
 Laurent Cohen, Université ParisDauphine:
Short Course on Geodesic Methods in Image Analysis, Part 4
 Laurent Cohen, Université ParisDauphine:
Short Course on Geodesic Methods in Image Analysis, Part 5
 Jerome Darbon, ENS Cachan and UCLA:
Short course on Network flow optimization for image processing, Part 1
 Jerome Darbon, ENS Cachan and UCLA:
Short course on Network flow optimization for image processing, Part 2
 Jerome Darbon, ENS Cachan and UCLA:
Short course on Network flow optimization for image processing, Part 3
 Jerome Darbon, ENS Cachan and UCLA:
Short course on Network flow optimization for image processing, Part 4
 Selim Esedoglu, University of Michigan:
Short Course on Algorithms for models involving interfaces in image processing and vision, Part 1
 Selim Esedoglu, University of Michigan:
Short Course on Algorithms for models involving interfaces in image processing and vision, Part 2
 Massimo Fornasier, Technical University of Munich:
Short Course on Numerical Methods for Sparse Recovery
 Massimo Fornasier, Technical University of Munich:
Short Course on Numerical Methods for Sparse Recovery, Part 2
 Massimo Fornasier, Technical University of Munich:
Short Course on Numerical Methods for Sparse Recovery, Part 3
 Ron Kimmel, Technion:
Short Course on Numerical Geometry of Images
 Ron Kimmel, Technion:
Short Course on Numerical Geometry of Images, Part 2
 Ron Kimmel, Technion:
Short Course on Numerical Geometry of Images, Part 3
 Ron Kimmel, Technion:
Short Course on Numerical Geometry of Images, Part 4
 Ron Kimmel, Technion:
Short Course on Numerical Geometry of Images, Part 5
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 Robert Chen, University of Toronto, Toronto Western Hospital:
Role of the basal ganglia in voluntary movements and mechanisms of deep brain stimulation
 Ming Cheng, Brown University:
Pattern and Location of HFSInduced Modulation of Pathological PD Dynamics
 Mandar Jog, University of Western Ontario:
New thoughts regarding pathogenesis of Parkinson disease
 Michelle M. McCarthy, Boston University:
Striatum as a potential source of exaggerated beta rhythms in Parkinsons disease
 Rosalyn J Moran, University College London:
Connectivity Changes in Parkinsonian Brain Networks through Dynamic Causal Modelling
 Leonid Rubchinsky, Indiana University:
Partially synchronous dynamics of parkinsonian basal ganglia and delayed feedback deep brain stimulation
 Jonathan Rubin, University of Pittsburg:
Propagation of parkinsonian activity patterns and the effects of deep brain stimulation
 Sridevi Sarma, Johns Hopkins University:
Performance Limitations of Thalamic Relay: Insights into Motor Signal Processing, Parkinson's Disease and Deep Brain Stimulation
 Peter A. Tass, Research Center Juelich:
Longlasting neuronal desynchronization caused by coordinated reset neuromodulation
 Charles Wilson, University of TexasSan Antonio:
Chaotic Desynchronization and Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
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 Peter Carlen, Toronto Western Research Institute:
Seizure transitions: a failure of presynaptic release
 Robert Clewley, Georgia State University:
Beyond simulation and Big Data: How informatics and dynamics might merge to shape the future of modeling multiscale diseases
 Alain Destexhe, Centre national de la recherche scientifique/Unité de Neurosciences Information et Complexité:
Role of corticothalamic feedback in generating hypersynchronized 3Hz discharges by intact thalamic networks: a mechanism of absence seizures?
 Mark Kramer, Boston University:
Multiscale seizure dynamics
 Mark Kramer, Boston University:
Multiscale seizure dynamics
 J. Lawrence, University of Montana:
Cell typespecific cholinergic modulation in the hippocampus: roles in normal and disease states
 Tim Lewis, University of California  Davis:
The theory of weakly coupled oscillators: Can it be used to gain insight into the mechanisms underlying epileptic activity?
 Erin Munro, RIKEN, Tokyo:
How Very Fast Oscillations may lead to Epilepsy
 Roger Traub, IBM TJ Watson Centre and Columbia University:
Cellular mechanisms of epilepsy: chemical synapses and gap junctions
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 Avi Wigderson, Institute for Advanced Study:
Randomness
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 Noriyuki Abe, Hokkaido University:
On a structure of modulo p compact induction of split padic groups
 Konstantin Ardakov, Queen Mary University of London:
Localisation of affinoid enveloping algebras
 Joël Bellaďche, Brandeis University:
On Hecke algebras modulo $p$
 Frank Calegari, Northwestern University:
LocalGlobal Compatibility for torsion classes in irregular weight
 Francesc Castella, McGill University:
On the padic Euler system of big Heegner points
 Pierre Colmez, Centre national de la recherche scientifique:
Completion of locally analytic representations of GL2
 Samit Dasgupta, University of California  Santa Cruz:
$p$arithmetic cohomology and completed cohomology of totally indefinite Shimura varieties
 Gabriel Dospinescu, École Polytechnique:
Extensions of de Rham representations and locally algebraic vectors
 Matthew Emerton, University of Chicago:
Density of Galois representations having prescribed types
 Laurent Fargues, Université de Strasbourg:
Beyond the curve
 Toby Gee, Imperial College:
The BreuilMézard Conjecture for potentially BarsottiTate representations
 David Geraghty, Institute for Advanced Study:
Modularity Lifting Beyond TaylorWiles
 Florian Herzig, University of Toronto:
Ordinary representations of GLn(Qp) and fundamental algebraic representations
 Payman Kassaei, King's College London:
Modularity lifting in weight (1,1,...,1)
 Ruochuan Liu, University of Michigan:
Crystalline periods of eigenfamilies of padic representations
 Kentaro Nakamura, Hokkaido university:
Iwasawa theory of de Rham (f, G)modules over the Robba ring
 Jonathan Pottharst, Boston University:
Triangulation of eigenvarieties
 David Savitt, Universityof Arizona:
The BuzzardDiamondJarvis conjecture for unitary groups
 Benjamin Schraen, Centre national de la recherche scientifique:
On the presentation of supersingular representations
 Claus Sorensen, Princeton University:
Eigenvarieties and invariant norms
 Yichao Tian, Morningside Center of Mathematics:
Analytic continuation of weight 1 overconvergent Hilbert modular forms in the tamely ramified case
 Gergely Zábrádi, Eotvos Loránd:
From (phi,Gamma)modules to Gequivariant sheaves on G/P
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 Dmitri Burago, Penn State University:
Boundary Rigidity, Volume Minimality, and Minimal Surfaces in $L^\infty$, Part 1
 Dmitri Burago, Penn State University:
Boundary Rigidity, Volume Minimality, and Minimal Surfaces in $L^\infty$, Part 3
 Charles Fefferman, Princeton University:
Short Course on Whitney's Extension Problem, Part 1
 Charles Fefferman, Princeton University:
Short Course on Whitney's Extension Problem, Part 2
 Charles Fefferman, Princeton University:
Short Course on Whitney's Extension Problem, Part 3
 Charles Fefferman, Princeton University:
Short Course on Whitney's Extension Problem, Part 4
 David Dos Santos Ferreira, Université Paris 13:
Watermelon methods and inverse problems with partial data
 Sergei Ivanov, Steklov Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg:
Boundary Rigidity, Volume Minimality, and Minimal Surfaces in $L^\infty$, Part 2
 Sergei Ivanov, Steklov Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg:
Boundary Rigidity, Volume Minimality, and Minimal Surfaces in $L^\infty$, Part 3
 Yaroslav Kurylev, University College London:
Special Seminar on Multidimensional collapse and stability of inverse problems
 Matti Lassas, University of Helsinki:
Short Course on Elliptic and Spectral Inverse Problems on Riemannian Manifolds, Part 1
 Matti Lassas, University of Helsinki:
Short Course on Elliptic and Spectral Inverse Problems on Riemannian Manifolds, Part 2
 Matti Lassas, University of Helsinki:
Short Course on Elliptic and Spectral Inverse Problems on Riemannian Manifolds, Part 4
 Weijing Ma, University of Toronto:
Introduction to Practical MRI Scanning
 Gabriel Paternain, Cambridge University:
Short Course on Inverse Problems for Connections, Part 1
 Gabriel Paternain, University of Cambridge:
Short Course on Inverse Problems for Connections, Part 2
 Gabriel Paternain, University of Cambridge:
Short Course on Inverse Problems for Connections, Part 3
 Gabriel Paternain, University of Cambridge:
Short Course on Inverse Problems for Connections, Part 4
 Mikko Salo, University of Jyvaskyla:
Short Course on Carleman Estimates and Anisotropic Inverse Problems, Part 1
 Mikko Salo, University of Jyvaskyla:
Short Course on Carleman Estimates and Anisotropic Inverse Problems, Part 2
 Mikko Salo, University of Jyvaskyla:
Short Course on Carleman Estimates and Anisotropic Inverse Problems, Part 3
 Mikko Salo, University of Jyvaskyla:
Short Course on Carleman Estimates and Anisotropic Inverse Problems, Part 4
 Alexander Strohmaier, Loughborough University:
Low energy scattering theory on manifolds with cylindrical ends
 Alexander Tovbis, University of Central Florida:
Special Seminar on Medical Imaging: Explicit Inversion formulae for the coshweighted Hilbert transform in SPECT
 Gunther Uhlmann, UC Irvine and Washington University:
Travel Time Tomography, Boundary Rigidity and Lens Rigidity
 Gunther Uhlmann, UC Irvine and Washington University:
Travel Time Tomography, Boundary Rigidity and Lens Rigidity
 Gunther Uhlmann, UC Irvine and Washington University:
Travel Time Tomography, Boundary Rigidity and Lens Rigidity, Part 4
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 F. Calegari, Northwestern University:
Classical Modular Forms
 A. Caraiani, Harvard University:
Simple Shumura Varieties
 A. Caraiani, Harvard University:
LocalLanglands and LocalGlobal
 F. Herzig, University of Toronto:
Hecke Operators
 C.P. Mok, McMaster University:
Calois Representations for Modular Forms
 K. Madapusi Pera, Harvard University:
Local Models
 K. Madapusi Pera, Harvard University:
Modular Curves over Q
 K. Madapusi Pera, Harvard University:
Local Models II
 Y. Sakellaridis, Rutgers University:
Representations of GL2(R)
 Y. Sakellaridis, Rutgers University:
Automorphic Forms
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 A. Caraiani, Harvard University:
Weight spectral sequences and monodromy
 M. Emerton, University of Chicago:
Shimura varieties and Galois representations: an overview
 L. Fargues, Université de Strasbourg:
The cohomology of the basic locus of Shimura varieties
 T. Gee, Imperial College:
padic Hodgetheoretic properties of etale cohomology with mod p coefficients, and the cohomology of Shimura varieties
 B. Howard, Boston College:
A conjectural extension of the GrossZagier theorem
 A. Iovita, Concordia University:
Overconvergent modular sheaves and padic families of Hilbert modular forms
 M. Kisin, Harvard University:
Mod p points on Shimura varieties of abelian type
 M. Kisin, Harvard University:
Integral models for Shimura varieties of abelian type
 S. Kudla, University of Toronto:
Generating series for arithmetic cycles on Shimura varieties
 E. Mantovan, California Institute of Technology:
The Reduction mod p of Shimura varieties
 S. Morel, Harvard University:
Cohomology of noncompact Shimura varieties
 K. Madapusi Pera, Harvard University:
Integral models for compactifications of Shimura varieties of Hodge type
 V. Pilloni, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon:
Classicity in weight (1,1,...1) and modularity
 P. Scholze, Universitat Bonn:
On the cohomology of compact unitary group Shimura varieties at ramified split places
 P. Scholze, Universitat Bonn:
A new approach to the local Langlands correspondence for GL(n) over padic fields
 S.W. Shin, MIT:
Construction of Galois representations
 Benoit Stroh, Université Paris 13:
Intersection cohomology of noncompact Shimura varieties at places of bad reduction
 R. Taylor, Institute for Advanced Study:
LocalGlobal compatibility at primes dividing l
 R. Taylor, Institute for Advanced Study:
Galois representations for regular algebraic cusp forms over CMfields
 W. Zhang, Columbia University:
Lvalues and heights on Shimura varieties
 K. Lan, Institute for Advanced Study/Princeton:
Vanishing theorems for torsion automorphic sheaves
 E. Viehmann, Universitat Bonn:
Newton strata and EOstrata in PEL Shimura varieties
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 Der Chyan Lin, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Ryerson University:
Centralautonomic interaction underlying the multifractal fluctuation in human heart rate variability  evidence of an arousal factor
 Sam Doesburg, The Hospital for Sick Children:
Network synchronization dynamics in cognition, development and clinical child populations
 Roberto Fernández Galán, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland:
What brain rhythms reveal about functional brain connectivity
 Ramon Guevara Erra, INSERMCEA Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit (UNICOG), Neurospin, Saclay, France:
Extracting functional connectivity from brain signals: the stochastic approach
 Sui Huang, Institute for Biocomplexity and Informatics, University of Calgary, Canada:
Coordinated activity between genes and between cells: From Gene Networks to Attractors, Cell Population Dynamics and Cancer
 Viktor Jirsa, Theoretical Neuroscience Group, Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille:
On the dynamics of epileptic seizures
 Wojciech Kostelecki, The Hospital for Sick Children:
Approaches to causal analysis in neuroimaging
 Randall McIntosh, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Centre, Toronto:
Cognition = Networks and noise
 Vladimir Ponomarenko, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences:
Synchronization between rhythmic processes in the cardiovascular system
 Mikhail Prokhorov, Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences:
Synchronization of lowfrequency oscillations in the cardiovascular system: Application to medical diagnostics and treatment
 Michael Rosenblum, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Potsdam University:
Reconstructing Effective Phase Connectivity of Oscillator Networks
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 John Dick, Ontario Cancer Institute:
Towards unification of genetic and hierarchy models of tumor heterogeneity
 Jasmine Foo, University of Minnesota:
Modeling tumor heterogeneity and drug resistance
 Robert Gatenby, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Florida:
Evolutionary dynamics in cancer therapy
 Richard Hill, Ontario Cancer Institute & UHN:
Cancer Metastases
 Harsh Jain, Ohio State University:
Optimizing ovarian cancer treatment with Mathematics: Carboplatin + AntiBcl2/xL combination therapy
 Mohammad Kohandel, University of Waterloo:
Quantitative approaches to cancer stem cell hypothesis
 Natalia Komarova, UC, Irvine:
Cellular cooperation as a pathway to cancer
 Jan Liphardt, UC Berkeley:
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 Sendurai Mani, Anderson Cancer Center:
EMT and Stem Cells in Cancer Progression
 Chris McFarland, Harvard University/Program in biophysics:
The impact of deleterious passenger mutations on cancer progression
 Mike Milosevic, Princess Margaret Hospital & UHN:
Imaging Biology and Treatment Response in Cervical Cancer
 Colin Phipps, University of Waterloo:
Mathematical model for angiogenic behaviour in solid tumours
 Vito Quaranta, Vanderbilt University & VICBC:
Cancer cell population dynamics of drug response derived from singlecell data
 Sheila Singh, Stem Cell & Cancer Research Institute, McMaster:
Medulloblastoma stem cells: where development and cancer cross pathways
 Edwin Wang, National Research Council, Canada & McGill U:
Personalized cancer healthcare: A systems biology approach
 Kathleen Wilkie, CCSB, St. Elizabeth's Med. Cent.,Tufts:
A Mathematical Model of Immune Modulation of Tumor Growth
 Bradly Wouters, OCI/Princess Margaret Hospital, UHN, UofT, OICR:
Biological responses to tumor hypoxia and their potential as therapeutic targets
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 Maciej Augustyniak, Université de Montréal:
Estimation of a Path Dependent RSGARCH Model by a Monte Carlo EM Algorithm
 Mathieu Boudreault, UQAM:
Mutivariate Integervauled Autoregressive Models Applied to Earthquake
 Hélčne Cossette, Université Laval:
Analysis of the Discounted Sum of Ascending Ladder Heights
 José Garrido, Concordia University:
Credit Risk; a Complex System seen from an Actuarial Perspective
 Sebastian Jaimungal, University of Toronto:
Valuing GWBs with Stochastic Interest Rates and Volatility
 Bruce L. Jones, University of Western Ontario:
Credibility for Pension Plan Terminations
 Hyejin Ku, York University:
Discrete Time Pricing and Hedging of Options under Liquidity Risk
 Khouzeima Mountanabbir, University of Laval:
Assetliability Management for Pension Fund Using an International Investment Model
 David Saunders, University of Waterloo:
Mathematical and Computational Issues in Calculating Capital for Credit Risk
 Wei Wei, University of Waterloo:
Optimal Allocations of Deductibles and Policy Limits with Generalized Dependence Structures
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 Edgar J. Acosta, University of Toronto:
Predicting lung mechanics from dynamic surface tension evaluations of lung surfactants
 Eugene Benilov, University of Limerick:
On advancing contact lines with a $180^{\circ}$ contact angle
 Josh Bostwick, North Carolina State University:
Spreading and bistability of droplets driven by thermocapillary and centrifugal forces
 Richard Braun, University of Delaware:
Models for Tear Film Dynamics
 Almut Burchard, University of Toronto:
Convergence to equilibrium for a thinfilm equation on a horizontal cylinder
 Joshua Dijksman, Duke University:
Spreading of thin rotating films: Competition of thermal Marangoni, centrifugal, and gravitational forcing
 Lorenzo GiacomelliNO AUDIO, Sapienza Universita di Roma:
Droplets spreading under contactline friction
 James Grotberg, University of Michigan:
Surfactant delivery and liquid plugs
 Ewen KingSmith, Ohio State University:
Structure, function and dynamics of the tear film lipid layer
 Georgy Kitavtsev, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences:
Coarsening rates for the dynamics of polymer droplets in the presence of strong slippage
 Shilpa Khatri, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:
A Numerical Method for Two Phase Flows with Insoluble and Soluble Surfactants
 Jim Lewis, Lawson Health Research Institute:
Clinical Use of Surfactant
 Kara Maki, Rochester Institute of Technology:
Fast Evaporation of Spreading Droplets of Colloidal Suspensions
 Nades Palaniyar NO AUDIO, The Hospital for Sick Children:
Surfactant deficiency and neonatal lungs diseases
 Omar Matar, Imperial College London:
Spreading, retraction, and sustained oscillations of surfactantladen lenses
 Ellen Peterson, Carnegie Mellon University:
Behavior of a Droplet on a Thin Fluid Film
 Mary Pugh, University of Toronto:
Coating flows on slowly rotating cylinders
 Michael Shearer, North Carolina State University:
(NO AUDIO) Twophase flow in porous media: sharp fronts and stability
 Linda Smolka, Bucknell University:
Fingering instability down the outside of a vertical cylinder
 Roman Taranets, University of Nottingham:
Nonnegative weak solutions for a degenerate system modelling the spreading of surfactant on thin films
 Thomas Witelski, Duke University:
The influence of surfactants on transient behaviors in forced film thinning
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 Dominique Attali, Andre Lieutier and David Salinas, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Dassault Systčmes Provence S.A.S., GIPSA:
VietorisRips Complexes also Provide Topologically Correct Reconstructions of Sampled Shapes
 Dominique Attali, Andre Lieutier and David Salinas, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Dassault Systčmes Provence S.A.S., GIPSA:
Efficient Data Structure for Representing and Simplifying Simplicial Complexes in High Dimensions
 Ulrich Bauer, University of Gottingen:
Optimal Topological Simplification of Funcations on Surfaces
 Omer Bobrowski, Technion  Israel Institute of Technology:
Distance Functions, Critical Points, and Topology for some Random Complexes
 Frederic Chazal, INRIA:
Persistence Based Signatures for Metric Spaces
 Andrea Cerri and Patrizio Frosini, Vienna University of Technology and University of Bologna:
Approximation Algorithm for the Multidimensional Matching Distance
 Tamal Dey, Ohio State University:
Computing Homology Cycles with Certified Geometry
 Pawel Dlotko, Jagiellonian University:
Applications of Computational (co)homology
 Patrizio Frosini and Barbara Di Fabio, University of Bologna:
Filtrations Induced by Continuous Functions
 Anil Hirani, University of Illinois:
Optimization, Knots, and Differential Equations
 Tomasz Kaczynski, Universite de Sherbrooke:
Computing Cohomology Ring
 Matthew Kahle, Ohio State University:
Higherdimensional Expanders
 Michael Kerber, IST Austria:
Alexander Duality for Functions: the Persistent Behaviour of Land and Water and Shore
 Claudia Landi, Universitŕ di Modena e Reggio:
Emilia Comparison of Persistent Homologies for Vector Functions: from continuous to discrete
 Benjamin Matschke, Institute for Advanced Study:
A Parametrized Version of Gromov's Waist of the Sphere Theorem
 Roy Meshulam, Technion  Israel Institute of Technology:
Fourier Transform and Homology
 Yuriy Mileyko, Duke University:
Probability Measures on the Space of Persistence Diagrams
 Samuel Mimram, CEA:
Efficient State Space Reduction Using Trace Spaces
 Dmitriy Morozov, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab:
Witnessed kDistance
 Marian Mrozek, Jagiellonian University:
Towards the Understanding of the Homological Persistence of Maps
 Steve Oudot, INRIA:
Stable MultiScale Signatures for Shapes using Topological Persistence
 Amit Patel, Rutgers University:
Well Groups for Mappings to Euclidean Spaces
 Martin Raussen, Aaborg University:
Simplicial Modes for Trace Spaces
 Vanessa Robins, The Australian National University:
Theory and Algorithms for Constructing Discrete Morse Complexes from Grayscale Digital Images
 Michael Robinson, University of Pennsylvania:
Eurler Integral Transforms and Applications
 Amit Singer, Princeton University:
Vector Diffusion Maps and the Connection Laplacian
 Bei Wang, SCI Institute, University of Utah:
Adaptive Sampling with Topological Scores
 Bei Wang, SCI Insitute, University of Utah:
Stratification Learning through Local Homology Transfer
 Wang Yusu, Ohio State University:
Toward Understanding Complex Data: graph Laplacian on singular manifolds
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 Karoly Bezdek, University of Calgary:
On a Foam Problem and on the Xray Conjecture
 Balazs Csikos, Eotvos Lorand University:
On the Volume of the Union and Intersection of Random Balls
 Brittany Terese Fasy, Duke University:
Ghosts in Gaussian Mixture Models
 Igors Gorbovickis, Cornell University:
The KneserPoulsen Conjecture for Large Radii
 Douglas Hardin, Vanderbilt University:
Discretizing Compact Manifolds with Minimum Energy
 Oleg Musin, University of Texas at Brownsville:
Packing of Congruent Spheres on a Sphere
 Janos Pach, NYU:
Heavily Covered Points in Geometric Arrangements
 Ken Stephenson, University of Tennessee:
Circle Packings and Circle Arrangements: Searching for Common Ground
 Gabor Frejes Toth, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics:
Shortest Path Avoiding Balls
 Csaba Toth, University of Calgary:
On the Average Distance from the FermatWeber Center of a Planar Convex Body
 Rob Womersley, University of New South Wales:
Spherical Designs and Approximate Spherical Designs
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 Abso Alfakih, University of Windsor:
On the Universal Rigidity of Bar Frameworks in General Position
 Karoly Bezdek, University of Calgary:
Rigid Ballpolyhedra in Euclidean 3space
 Jialong Cheng and Meera Sitharam, University of Florida:
Better Estimates of 3D Rigidity
 Robert Connelly, Cornell University:
Rigidity, Tensegrities, and some Applications
 Henry Crapo, E.H.E.S.S:
Graphs and SemiSimplical MAps
 William Dickinson, Grand Valley State University:
Packing of Equal Circles on Flat Tori
 Viktoria Kaszanitzky, Eotvos Lorand University:
Rigid Twodimensional Frameworks with Two Coincident Points
 Bill Jackson, Queen Mary, University of London:
The number of 2dimensional Complex Realisations of a Rigid Graph
 Tibor Jordan, Eotvos Lorand University:
Geometric Sensitivity of Rigid Graphs
 Audrey LeeSt. John, Mount Holyoke College:
Bodyandcad Rigidity Theory
 Anna Lubiw, University of Waterloo:
Reconfiguration of Graphs Drawings
 Alexander Mednykh, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics:
The Brahmahupta's Theorem After Coxeter
 Rudi Penne, University of Antwerp:
Pin Merging in Planar Body Frameworks
 Andras Recski, Budapest University of Technology and Economics:
Characterizing Minimal Generic Rigid in Ddimensional Space
 Lluis Ros, Institut de Robotica i Informatica Industrial:
Numerical Analysis and Navigation of Robot Linkage Configuration
 Meera Sitharam, University of Florida:
Nucleationfree 3D rigidity and Convex Cayley configuration space
 Halmuth Stachal, Vienna University of Technology:
On the Flexibility of Kokotsakis Meshes
 Offer Shai, Tel Aviv University:
Topics in Rigidity Theory from the Aspect of Assur Graph
 SinIchi Tanigawa, Kyoto University:
Rootedtree Decompositions and the Infitesimal Rigidity of Frameworks with Boundaries
 Louis Theran, Freie Universitat Berlin:
The Rigidity Transition in Random Graphs
 M. Sitharam and M. Wang, University of Florida:
Cayley Configuration Spaces of 1degreeoffreefom Linkages
 Walter Whiteley, York University:
How do we Generate Finite Motions for Generically Rigid Graphs?
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 V. Alexandrov, Novosibirsk State University:
The Dehn Invariants of the Bricard Octahedra
 S. Apel, Technische Universitaet Muenchen:
An Invariant Theoretic View on 10 Points on a Cubic
 M. Baake, University of Bielefeld:
Aperiodic Tilings: Notions and Properties
 C. Borcea, Rider University:
Deformations of Crystal Frameworks
 M. Condor, University of Auckland:
Large Groups Acting on Surfaces/Structures of Given Genus, and the Symmetric Genus of a Given Group
 J. De Saedeleer, Universite Libre de Bruxelles:
The Geomtery of the Groups PSL (2,q)
 N. Dolbilin, Steklov Mathematical Institute:
Parallelohedra and a Walk around the Voronoi Conjecture
 P. Fowler, University of Sheffield:
Counting with Symmetry: Extended Versions of Mobility Criteria
 U. Grimm, Open University:
Aperiodic Tilings: Notions and Properties II
 S. Guest, University of Cambridge:
Generating Symmetric Tensegrities
 I. Hubard, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México:
Cubic 4twistoids I
 R. Jaycay, Indiana State University:
Restricting the Degree/Diameter and Cage Problems to VertexTransitive Graphs
 M. Klambauer, University of Toronto:
Equivelar Maps on the Klein Bottle, and a Higher Dimensional Generalization
 J. Malestin, Temple University:
Generic Combinatorial Rigidity of Periodic Frameworks
 A. Mednykh, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics:
Volumesof Polyhedra in Hyperbolic and Spherical Spaces
 H. Mitscheke, University ErlangenNuremberg:
Floppy Frameworks as Models for Auxetic Materials
 M. Mixer, Fields Institute:
Equivelar 4Twistoids II
 T. Nixon, The Fields Institute:
Rigidity, Circuits and Global Rigidity on the Cylinder
 M. Owen, The Fields Institute:
Geodesics in CAT(0) Cubical Complexes
 J. Owen, Siemans PLM Software:
Radical/Quadratic Realisations of a Rigid Graph
 D. Pellicer, The Fields Institute:
Regular Polygonal Complexes in Space
 M. Petitjean, University Paris 7:
Cirality and Symmetry Measures: Some Open Problems
 S. Power, Lancaster University:
Space Group and Point Group Symmetry Equations for the BorceaStreinu Rigidity Matrix of a Crystal Framework
 E. Ross, The Fields Institute:
The Rigidity of Graphs on the Torus
 E. Schulte, TwoOrbit Polyhedra in Ordinary Space:
Northeastern University
 B. Schulze, The Fields Institute:
Counts for predicting symmetric motions in frameworks with applications to protein flexibility
 B. Servatius, Worcester Polytechnic Institute:
Point/Line Configurations and their Responsibility
 Offer Shai, Tel Aviv University:
Singularity in Symmetric Frameworks
 I. Streinu, Smith College:
Periodic Bodyandbar Frameworks
 L. Theran, Freie Universität Berlin:
Generic rigidity of crystallographic frameworks
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 L. Berman, University of Alaska Fairbanks:
A Geometric Construction for New Highly Incident Configurations
 P. Brooksbank, Bucknell University:
Classical Groups Acting on Polytopes
 H. Burgiel, Bridgewater State University:
A Family of Unsatisfying Graphs
 P. Cara, Vrije Universiteit Brussel:
Group Actions Applied to Virus Architecture
 M. Conder, University of Auckland:
The Ubiquity of Alternating Groups (as Automorphism Groups of Symmetric Structures)
 R. Ehrenborg, University of Kentucky:
Euler Flag Enumeration of Whitney Statified Spaces
 G. Cunningham, Northeastern University:
Constructing SelfDual Chiral Polytopes
 I. Helfand, Northeastern University:
Constructions of Polytopes with Preassigned Automophism Group and Number of Flag Orbits
 A. Herman, University of Regina:
The Schur Indices of Irreducible Characters of the Groups of Abstract Regular Polytopes
 I. Hubard, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico:
Colourful Polytopes and Graphs
 N. Johnson, Wheaton College:
Basic Systems of Integers
 G. Jones, University of Southampton:
Beauville Surfaces and Groups
 J. Karabas, Matej Bel University:
Classification of Orientable Edgetransitive Maps
 K. Kutnar, University of Primorska:
Cubic Cayley Graphs and Snarks
 D. Leemans, University of Auckland:
Polytopes of High Rank Arising from Almost Simple Groups
 U. Leopold, Northeastern University:
Polyhedral Realizations & NonRealizability for VertexMinimal Triangulations of Closed Surfaces
 A. Malnic, University of Ljubljana:
On the Split Structure of Lifted Groups
 D. Marusic, University of Primorska:
On Some Open Problems in Groups Actions on Graphs
 A. Mednykh, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics:
Enumeration of Coverings, Maps and Hypermaps
 B. Mohar, Simon Fraser University:
Large Clique Minors in Vertex Transitive Graphs
 R. Nedela, Matej Bel University:
Vertex Transitive and Edge Tranditive Polytopes and 2Dimensional Orbitfolds
 A. Piggot, Bucknell University:
The Symmetries of McCulloughMiller Space
 E. Schulte, Northeastern University:
FewOrbit Polytopes
 M. Skoviera, Comenius University:
Regular Maps with Nilpotent Automorphism Groups
 J. Siran, Open University:
External Symmetries of Regular and Orientably Regular Maps
 T. Tucker, Colgate University:
Map Gaps
 R. Weiss, Tufts University:
Buildings and sTransitive Graphs
 G. Williams, University of Alaska Fairbanks:
On Minimal Regular Covers of the Polyhedral Prisms and AntiPrisms
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 John R. Birge, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business:
Optimal Portfolio Construction with Estimation Error, Nonnormal Returns, and Large Numbers of Assets
 Thamayanthi Chellathurai, Enterprise Risk Portfolio Management, Bank of Montreal:
Markowitz Principles for Multiperiod Portfolio Selection Problems with Moments of Any Order and Wealth Constraints
 Thomas F. Coleman, University of Waterloo:
Risk Management of Portfolios by CVaR Optimization (NO AUDIO)
 Bhaskar DasGupta, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago:
On Vulnerability of Banking Networks
 Sheran Deng, World Bank:
Balance Sheet Adjustment and PostCrisis Policy Choice
 Jonathan Li, University of Toronto:
Portfolio Selection under Model Uncertainty: A Penalized MomentBased Optimization Approach
 Yang Li, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto:
On MeanVariance Analysis of Derivative Portfolio
 Qihang Lin, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon:
Computations of the RiskAverse Strategies for Optimal Trade Execution
 Helmut Mausser, Algorithmics Inc.:
Bias, Exploitation and Proxies in ScenarioBased Risk Minimization
 John Mulvey, Princeton University:
Advances in Portfolio Allocation Models: Lessons from the Past Decade
 Iouldouz S. Raguimov, York University:
On the Efficiency of Solutions of Stochastic Optimal Control Problem with Descrete Time
 Oleksandr Romanko, McMaster University and Algorithmics Inc.:
Multiobjective and Robust Optimization in Finance and Risk Management
 Sebastiano Silla, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy:
Indifference Valuation for Guaranteed Annuity Options Using the Explicit Solution for a Class of Stochastic Optimal Control Problems
 Robert Stubbs, Axioma Inc.:
Factor Alignment Problems in Optimized Portfolio Construction
 Aurelie Thiele, Lehigh University:
LogRobust Portfolio Management
 Stan Uryasev, University of Florida:
Risk Quadrangle and Applications in DayTrading of Equity Indices
 GahYi Vahn, UC Berkeley:
Estimation Error Reduction in Portfolio Optimization with Conditional ValueatRisk
 Henry Zheng, Imperial college:
On Pricing Basket Credit Default Swaps
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 Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University:
Around the DavenportHeilbronn function
 Leo Goldmakher, University of Toronto:
The distribution of character sums
 Dan Goldston, San Jose State Univesity:
Differences between Consecutive Primes and the HardyLittlewood Prime Tuple Conjecture
 Mariah Hamel, University of Georgia:
Polynomial differences in subsets of the integers
 Henryk Iwaniec, Rutgers University:
The Spin of Prime Ideals
 Angel Kumchev, Townson University:
Sums of almost equal squares of primes
 Matilde Lalin, Université de Montréal:
Unimodularity of roots of selfinversive polynomials
 Greg Martin, University of British Columbia:
Linear independence of zeros of Dirichlet Lfunctions
 Ethan Smith, Université de Montréal:
Elliptic curves with a given group structure modulo p
 Cem Yalçin Yildirim, Bogaziçi University:
Correlations of zeta zeros with some sequences
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 John R. Birge, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business:
Managing risk with operational and financial instruments
 Endre Boros, Rutgers University:
How to mitigate the risk of blowing up and the cost of being too cautious?
 Nabeel Butt:
PHD Student Session
 Matt Davison, University of Western Ontario:
Energy Storage: A problem at the intersection of quant finance, optimization, and energy policy
 Ryan Donnelly:
PHD Student Session
 Kevin D. Ferreira:
PHD Student Session
 Meng Han:
PHD Student Session
 Don Hathaway, Global Risk Institute:
Global Risk Presentation
 John Hull, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto:
CVA and wrong way risk
 Alexander Melnikov, University of Alberta:
Quantile risk management of equitylinked life insurance contracts with stochastic interest rate
 Melissa Mielkie:
PhD Student Session
 Walid Mnif, University of Western Ontario:
What Can We Learn from the EU ETS Experience? Recommendations for Effective Trading and Market Design
 Pablo Olivares, Ryerson University:
Computing ORrisk measures: recent techniques and open problems
 David Olson, University of NebraskaLincoln:
Broader Perspectives of Risk Management
 Yuri Lawryshyn, University of Toronto:
DistributionFree Approaches in Finance
 Mike Pavlin:
PHD Student Session
 Jason Ricci:
PHD Student Session
 Tom Salisbury, York University:
Planning for retirement: sustainability versus legacy
 David SimchiLevi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Mitigating Business Risks from the KnownUnknown to the UnknownUnknown
 Jue Wang:
PHD Student Session
 Rudi Zagst, TUM, Germany:
The CrashNIG Copula Model  Pricing of CDOs under changing market conditions
 Jean Xi:
PHD Student Session
 Liyan Yang, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto:
Differential Access to Price Information in Financial Markets
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 Jorge Luis Ramírez Alfonsín, Université Montpellier 2:
Matroid base polytope decomposition
 Andras Bezdek, Auburn University:
On stability of polyhedra
 Adrian Dumitrescu, University of WisconsinMilwaukee:
Dispersion in disks
 Jack Edmonds, Istituto di Analisi dei Sistemi ed Informatica:
Partitions of the vertices by facets in simplicial polytopes, Nash equilibria, and kernals in perfect digraphs
 Gábor Fejes Tóth, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics:
Convex Sets in Empty Convex Position
 Ferenc Fodor, University of Szeged:
Approximations of spindle convex sets
 György Kiss, Eötvös Loránd University:
Notes on the illumination parameters of convex polytopes
 Zsolt Lángi, Budapest University of Technology:
On a discrete isoperimetric inequality
 Endre Makai, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics:
Stability of the Volume Product in the Plane
 Horst Martini, University of Technology, Chemnitz:
Discrete geometry in normed planes
 Benjamin Matschke, FU Berlin:
On the square peg problem
 Deborah Oliveros, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México:
Helly Type Theorems in relation with Graph Theory
 Pedro Sánchez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México:
Generating vertices for the rowcolumn polytopes
 Valeriu Soltan, George Mason University:
Carathéodorytype Results for Faces of Convex Sets
 Konrad Swanepoel, The London School of Economics and Political Science:
Dense favouritedistance digraphs
 Csaba Toth, University of Calgary:
Disjoint Compatible Geometric Matchings
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 David Avis, Kyoto University and McGill University:
The directed cut cone and polytope with mining applications
 Christine Bachoc, Université Bordeaux 1:
Lower bounds for the measurable chromatic number of Euclidean space
 Jesus De Loera, University of California, Davis:
Integrals of polynomials over Convex Polytopes: Combinatorics and Algorithms
 Michel Deza, Ecole Normale Superieure & JAIST:
Spheric analogs of fullerenes
 Jan Foniok, Queen's University:
Linear Complementarity, UniqueSink Orientations and Oriented Matroids
 Thomas C. Hales1, University of Pittsburgh:
Mathematics in the Age of the Turing machine
 Thomas C. Hales2, University of Pittsburgh:
The weak and strong Dodecahedral Conjectures.
 Thomas C. Hales3, University of Pittsburgh:
Fejes Tóth's Contact Conjecture
 Matthias Koppe, University of California, Davis:
Intermediate sums on polyhedra: Ehrhart theory and an application in mixed integer optimization
 Monique Laurent, CWI:
Characterizing graphs with Gram dimension at most four
 Joseph S. B. Mitchell, State University of New York at Stony Brook:
Optimizing and Approximating Geometric Covering Tours
 Oleg Musin, University of Texas at Brownsville:
Irreducible contact graphs and Tammes' problem
 Pablo A. Parrilo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Convex graph invariants
 Vincent Pilaud, Fields Institute and Université Paris 7:
The brick polytope of a sorting network
 Franz Rendl, University of Klagenfurt:
SDP and eigenvalue approaches to Bandwidth and VertexSeparator problems in graphs
 Achill Schürmann, University of Rostock:
Exploiting Polyhedral Symmetries in Social Choice Theory
 Tamon Stephen, Simon Fraser University:
The width of 4prismatoids
 Frank Vallentin, Technische Universiteit Delft:
Spectral bounds for the independence number and the chromatic number of an operator
 Yuan Yao, PKU:
A Geometric Approach to Social Choice: Combinatorial Hodge Theory
 Yinyu Ye, Stanford University:
Universal Rigidity Theory and Semidefinite Programming for Sensor Network Localization
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 Miguel Anjos, École Polytechnique de Montréal:
Valid Polynomial Inequality Generation in Polynomial Optimization
 Kurt M. Anstreicher, University of Iowa:
An Approach to the Dodecahedral Theorem Based on Bounds for Spherical Codes
 Marcel De Carli Silva, (University of Waterloo):
Geometric Representations of Graphs, Semidefinite Optimization and MinMax Theorems
 Antoine, Deza:
A further generalization of the colourful Carathéodory theorem
 Robert M. Freund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Design of Photonic Crystals with Multiple and Combined Band Gaps, plus FabricationRobust Design
 Jon Lee, University of Michigan:
Submodularfunction Maximization
 Adrian Lewis, Cornell University:
Nonsmooth optimization and semialgebraic sets
 Gabor Pataki, University of North Carolina:
Bad semidefinite programs: they all look the same
 Javier Peńa, Carnegie Mellon University:
A modified perceptron algorithm
 Istvan Szalkai, University of Pannonia:
Counting Chemical Reactions and Simplexes in R^n
 Michael J. Todd, Cornell University:
A Robust Robust Optimization Result and the Probability that a Random Triangle is Acute
 KimChuan Toh, National University of Singapore:
A proximal point method for matrix least squares problem with nuclear norm regularization
 Stephen A. Vavasis, University of Waterloo:
Finding LowRank Submatrices with Nuclear Norm and l1Norm
 Hayato Waki, The University of ElectroCommunications, Tokyo:
On a smaller SDP relaxation for polynomial optimization
 Gyorgy Dosa, University of Pannonia:
Online reassignment models (in scheduling)
 Yuriy Zinchenko, University of Calgary:
ShrinkWrapping trajectories for Linear Programming
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 Libor Barto, McMaster University:
A welcome conservative talk
 Manuel Bodirsky, École Polytechnique:
Homogeneous Structures and Siggers Terms
 Andrei Bulatov, Simon Fraser University:
Conservative dichotomy revisited
 Jakub Bulin, Charles University in Prague:
Absorption in finitely related SD(meet) algebras has bounded arity
 Hubie Chen, Univ. Pompeu Fabra:
Generic Expression Hardness Results for Primitive Positive Formula Comparison
 Victor Dalmau, Universitat Pompeu Fabra:
Robust approximation of CSPs
 Martin Dyer, University of Leeds:
On the complexity of # CSP
 Peter Jeavons, University of Oxford:
A Galois Connection for Valued Constraints
 Alexandr Kazda, Charles University in Prague:
Dichotomy for conservative digraphs
 Vladimir Kolmogorov, University College London:
The complexity of conservative valued CSPs
 Marcin Kozik, Jagiellonian University:
CSPs with nearunanimity polymorphisms are solvable by linear Datalog
 Benoit Larose, Champlain Regional College:
NU operations, graphs and finite duality
 Miklos Maroti, University of Szeged:
Beyond bounded width and few subpowers
 Barnaby Martin, Durham University:
A tetrachotomy for positive equalityfree logic
 Ralph McKenzie, Vanderbilt University:
Finitely related clones and algebras with cubeterms; Valeriote's conjecture for finite algebras in congruence modular algebras and its consequence for the CSP dichotomy conjecture
 Michael Pinsker, Université Denis Diderot  Paris 7:
Making the infinite finite: Polymorphisms on Ramsey structures
 Johan Thapper, École Polytechnique:
Min CSP on Four Elements: Moving Beyond Submodularity
 Laszlo Zadori, University of Szeged:
Near unanimity operations and totally symmetric idempotent operations on reflexive digraphs
 Venkatesan Guruswami, Carnegie Mellon University:
Robust satisfiable algorithms and bounded width CSPs
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 Per Austrin, University of Toronto:
On the usefulness of predicates
 Boaz Barak, Microsoft Corporation:
Making the long code shorter, with applications to the unique games conjecture
 Andrei Bulatov, Simon Fraser University:
Approximate counting
 Andrei Krokhin, Durham University:
Robust algorithms for CSPs
 Gabor Kun, Institute for Advanced Study:
Linear programming robustly decides width1 CSP's
 Yury Makarychev, Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago:
The Grothendieck Constant is Strictly Smaller than Krivine's Bound
 Elchanan Mossel, University of California, Berkeley:
Tests of deviation from dictatorship
 David Steurer, Microsoft Research New England:
Subexponential Algorithms for Unique Games and Related Problems
 Ning Tan, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Globally Constrained CSP
 Aravindan Vijayaraghavan, Princeton University:
On the Densest kSubgraph problem (no audio)
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 Clement Ampadu:
On the AmbainisBachNayakVishwanathWatrous Conjecture
 Charles Bamber, National Research Council:
Direct Measurement of the Quantum Wavefunction
 Marco Bellini, Instituto Nazionale di Ottica:
Singlephotonlevel light manipulation and amplification
 Robin BlumeKohout, Los Alamos National Laboratory:
Tomography for faulttolerance: confidence regions for quantum hardware
 Ben Buchler, Australian National University:
Gasphase quantum memory
 ManDuen Choi, University of Toronto:
My Personal Adventure in Quantum Wonderland
 Marcus P. da Silva, Raytheon BBN Technologies:
Practical characterization of quantum devices without tomography
 Shohini Ghose, Wilfrid Laurier University:
Analysis of multiqubit entanglement and nonlocality for optimal quantum communication
 Brendon Higgins, University of Waterloo:
Multiplecopy state discrimination: Thinking globally, acting locally
 John Howell, University of Rochester:
Weak Values and Precision Measurements
 Vladimir Korepin, Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics:
Correlation Functions of 1 D anyons
 David Kribs, University of Guelph:
A family of norms with applications in quantum information
 Gershon Kurizki, Weizmann Institute of Sciences:
Quantum thermodynamics via measurements on nonMarkovian time scales
 Jordan Kyrikiadis, Dalhousie University:
Optimal Trajectories for Quantum Adiabatic Processing
 Adrian Lupascu, University of Waterloo:
Quantum gates for superconducting qubits with fixed coupling
 Alexander Lvovsky, University of Calgary:
Remote preparation of arbitrary states of an atomic collective
 Tomas Mancal, Charles University in Prague:
Photoinduced dynamics in photosynthetic complexes under incoherent light excitation
 Ahsan Nazir, Imperial College London:
A variational master equation approach to dissipative energy transfer dynamics
 Alexandra OlayaCastro, University College London:
Quantum coherence in biology: facts, fiction and challenges
 Marco Piani, University of Waterloo:
All nonclassical correlations can be activated into distillable entanglement
 Alberto Politi, University of Bristol:
Integrated Quantum Photonics
 Sandu Popescu:
Virtual qubits, virtual temperatures, and the foundations of thermodynamics
 Peter Rapcan, Slovak Academy of Sciences:
Scavenging quantum information: Multiple observations of quantum systems
 Changliang Ren, Hiroshima University:
Quantum tomography of photonic time energy entanglement by photon bunching with shorttime reference pulses
 Dylan J. Saunders:
The Power of Many Settings or Many Outcomes in Experimental Demonstrations of EPRSteering
 Torsten Scholak, AlbertLudwigsUniversitat Freiburg:
On the efficiency of excitonic energy transport
 Christine Silberhorn, University of Paderborn:
Pulsed quantum states of light for multimode quantum systems
 Neil Sinclair, University of Calgary:
Broadband waveguide quantum memory for entangled photons
 Ben Sparkes, The Australian National University:
Spectral Manipulation of Optical Pulses Using the Gradient Echo Memory Scheme
 Shigeki Takeuchi, Hokkaido University and Osaka University:
Photonic quantum circuits and their application
 Ioannis Thanopulos, National Hellenic Research Foundation:
Coherent Control of Intramolecular Energy Transfer in 24mode Pyrazine
 Peter Turner, University of Tokyo:
The curious nonexistence of Gaussian 2designs
 Christian Weedbrook, University of Toronto:
Quantum Cryptography Approaching the Classical Limit
 TzuChieh Wei, University of British Columbia:
AffleckKennedyLiebTasaki states as a resource for universal quantum computation
 Lianao Wu, Universidad del País Vasco:
Nondeterminstic fast ground state cooling of a mechanical resonator
 Shengjun Wu, University of Science and Technology of China:
A general framework of weak measurement and its application to optical nonlinearity
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 Marie José Bertin, Université Paris 6:
Elliptic fibrations on the modular surface associated to $\Gamma_1(8)$ =
 X. Chen, University of Alberta:
Rational selfmaps of K3 surfaces and CalabiYau manifolds
 A. Clingher, Washington University in St. Louis:
On K3 Surfaces of High Picard Rank
 I. Dolgachev, University of Michigan:
Quartic surfaces and Cremona transformations
 C. Doran, University of Alberta:
Periods, PicardFuchs Equations, and CalabiYau Moduli
 C. Doran, University of Alberta:
Periods, PicardFuchs Equations, and CalabiYau Moduli
 N. Elkies, Harvard University:
Even lattices and elliptic fibrations of K3 surfaces, I
 Y. Goto, Hokkaido University of Education Hakodate:
On K3 surfaces with involution
 L. Halle, University of Oslo:
Motivic zeta functions for degenerations of CalabiYau varieties
 J.W Hoffman, Louisiana State University:
Picard groups of Siegel modular threefolds and theta lifting.
 K. Hulek, University of Hannover:
Abelian varieties with a singular odd $2$torsion point on the theta divisor
 M. Kerr, Washington University in St. Louis:
Higher Chow cycles on families of K3 surfaces
 J. Keum, KIAS:
Finite groups acting on K3 surfaces in positive characteristic
 R. Kloosterman, Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin:
MordellWeil ranks, highest degree syzygies and Alexander polynomials
 S. Kondo, Nagoya University:
K3 and Enriques surfaces
 S. Kondo, Nagoya University:
K3 and Enriques surfaces
 S. Kudla, University of Toronto:
Modular generating functions for arithmetic cycles: a survey
 A. Kumar, MIT:
Elliptic fibrations on Kummer surfaces
 R. Laza, Stony Brook University:
Degenerations of K3 surfaces and CalabiYau threefolds
 J. Lewis, University of Alberta:
Lectures in Transcendental Algebraic Geometry: Algebraic Cycles with a Special Emphasis on CalabiYau Varieties
 J. Lewis, University of Alberta:
Lectures in Transcendental Algebraic Geometry: Algebraic Cycles with a Special Emphasis on CalabiYau Varieties
 C. Liedtke, Stanford University:
Rational Curves on K3 Surfaces
 H. Movasati, IMPA:
Eisenstein type series for mirror quintic CalabiYau varieties
 S. Mukai, RIMS, Japan:
Enriques surfaces and root systems
 K. O'Grady, Sapienza Universita' di Roma:
Moduli and periods of double EPWsextics
 K. Oguiso, Osaka University:
Group of automorphisms of Wehler type on CalabiYau manifolds and compact hyperkaehler manifolds
 H. Ohashi, Nagoya University:
On automorphisms of Enriques surfaces
 G. Pearlstein, Michigan State University:
Jumps in the Archimedean Height
 J.C. Rohde, Universitaet Hamburg:
Shimura varieties and CalabiYau manifolds versus Mirror Symmetry
 A. Sarti, University of Poitiers:
The BHCRmirror symmetry for K3 surfaces
 C. Schnell, IPMU, Japan:
Derived equivalences and the fundamental group
 C. Schoen, Duke University:
Desingularized fiber products of elliptic surfaces
 S. Schroeer, University of Duesseldorf:
Enriques manifolds
 M. Schuett, University of Hannover:
Arithmetic of K3 surfaces
 Sijsling, IMPA:
Calculating arithmetic PicardFuchs equations
 D. van Straten, Universitaet Mainz:
CYperiod expansions
 A. Thompson, Oxford University:
Degenerations of K3 surfaces of degree two
 U. Whitcher, Harvey Mudd College:
PicardFuchs equations for latticepolarized K3 surfaces
 K.I. Yoshikawa, Kyoto University:
On the value of Borcherds $\Phi$function
 J.D. Yu, National Taiwan University:
On Dwork congruences
 N. Yui, Queen's University:
Modularities of CalabiYau varieties: 2011 and beyond
 S. Cynk, Jagiellonian University:
Arithmetically significant CalabiYau threefolds
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 Zdenek Dvorak, Charles University:
Deciding firstorder properties for sparse graphs
 Jan Foniok, École Polytechnique (ParisTech):
Adjoint functors on digraphs
 Hamed Hatami, McGill:
Elementary asympototic extremal graph theory is nontrivial
 Pavol Hell, SFU:
Homomorphism dichotomy and graph classes
 Daniel Kral, Charles University:
Algorithmic metatheorems
 Benoit Larose, Champlain College:
The complexity of the list homomorphism problem for graphs
 Jarik Nesetril, Charles University:
On firstorder definable Hcolorings
 Patrice Ossona de Mendez, CAMSCNRS, Paris:
The existence and counting of subgraphs
 Andre Raspaud, University Bordeaux I:
Partitions of graphs with bounded maximum average degree
 Mark Siggers, Kyungpook University:
Semilattice polymorphisms on reflexive graphs
 Claude Tardif, Royal Military College of Canada:
Duality and exponential graphs
 Peter Winkler, Dartmouth:
Random walks and other homomorphisms
 Xuding Zhu, Zhejiang Normal University:
Circular colouring of graphs
 Arash Rafiey, IDSIA, Lugano:
Minimum cost homomorphism problem for digraphs
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 R. Balasubramanian, IMSc:
Catalan's conjecture in imaginary quadratic fiel
 Sanoli Gun, IMSc:
Nonvanishing of L(k,f) for k>1, irrationality and multiple zeta values
 Manfred Kolster, McMaster University:
Special values of Dedekind zetafunctions and motivic cohomology
 M. Mourtada, University of Toronto:
Growth of logarithmic derivatives of Dirichlet Lfunctions
 M. Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Transcendence of Special Values of Lseries
 V. Kumar Murty, University of Toronto:
Periods and Special values of Logarithmic derivatives of Lfunctions
 A. Raghuram, University of Oklahoma:
Special values of automorphic Lfunctions
 Purusottam Rath, CMI:
Nonvanishing of L(1,f), the stateoftheart
 Damien Roy, University of Ottawa:
Algebraic independence and small value estimates
 Chris Smyth, University of Edinburgh:
Zeros of Ramunajan and related polynomials
 Cameron Stewart, University of Waterloo:
Transcendence, linear forms in logarithms and applications
 Michel Waldschmidt, Universite de Paris IV:
Transcendence properties of Euler's Gamma and Beta functions
 Chester Weatherby, University of Delaware:
Transcendence of sums over the integers
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 Nicola Arcozzi, University of Bologna:
Potential theory on Trees and Metric Spaces
 Baojun Bian, Tongji University:
Convexity and partial convexity for solution of partial differential equations
 Sagun Chanillo, Rutgers University:
Embedding CR Three Manifolds
 Seng Kee Chua, National University of SIngapore:
Average value problems in differential equations
 David CruzUribe, Trinity College:
Norm inequalities for the maximal operator on variable Lebesgue spaces
 Julio DelgadoValencia, Universidad del Valle:
Degenerate Elliptic Operators on the Torus
 Xuan Duong, Macquarie University:
Boundedness of singular integrals and their commutators with BMO functions on Hardy spaces
 Pengfei Guan, McGill University:
Maximum rank property and partial Legendre tranform of Homegenous MongeAmpere type equations
 Xiaolong Han, Wayne State University:
HardyLittlewoodSoboloev inequalities on $\R^N$ and the Heisenberg group
 Steve Hofmann, University of Missouri at Columbia:
Harmonic Measure and Uniform Rectifiability
 Ron Kerman, Brock University:
Rearrangement invariant Sobolev spaces on general domains
 Lyudmila Korobenko, University of Calgary:
Regularity of solutions of degenerate quasilinear equations
 Michael Lacey, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Weighted Estimates for Singular Integrals
 Guozhen Lu, Wayne University:
Multiparameter Hardy spaces associated to composition operators and LittlewoodPaley theory
 José María Martell, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (Spain):
Higher integrability of the Harmonic Measure and Uniform Rectifiability
 Henri Martikainen, University of Helsinki:
Tb Theorems on Upper Doubling Spaces
 Camil Muscalu, Cornell University:
Beyond Calderón's algebra
 Carlos Perez, University of Seville:
The work of Eric Sawyer: Some high points
 Nguyen Cong Phuc, Louisiana State University:
A nonlinear CalderonZygmund theory for quasi linear opeartors and its applications
 Malabika Pramanik, University of British Columbia:
A multidimensional resolution of singularities with applications to analysis
 Richard Rochberg, Washington University at Saint Louis:
Toeplitz Operators and Hankel Forms on Model Spaces
 Rodolfo Torres, University of Kansas:
A new geometric regularity condition for the endpoint estimates of bilinear CalderonZygmund operators
 Ignacio UriarteTuero, Michigan State University:
Two conjectures of Astala on distortion of sets under quasiconformal maps and related removability problem
 Treven Wall, Johns Hopkins University:
The $L^p$ Dirichlet problem for secondorder, nondivergence form operators
 Richard Wheeden, Rutgers University:
Norm inequalities for rough CalderonZygmund operators; Regularity of weak solutions of degenerate quasilinear equations with rough coefficients
 Xiao Yuayuan, Wayne State University:
Wolff potentials and integral systems on homogeneous spaces
 Xiangweng Zhang, McGill University:
Schauder estimate for the complex MongeAmpere equation
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 Venkatesan Guruswami, CMU:
The Approximability of Constraint Satisfaction Problems  Part 3
 Venkatesan Guruswami, CMU:
The Approximability of Constraint Satisfaction Problems  Part 4
 Andrei Krokhin, Durham University:
An introduction into mathematics of constraint satisfaction  Part 1
 Andrei Krokhin, Durham University:
An introduction into mathematics of constraint satisfaction  Part 3
 Jaroslav Nesetril, Charles University:
Colorings and homomorphisms for graphs and finite structures  Part 1
 Jaroslav Nesetril, Charles University:
Colorings and homomorphisms for graphs and finite structures  Part 3
 Jaroslav Nesetril, Charles University:
Colorings and homomorphisms for graphs and finite structures  Part 4
 Ryan O'Donnell, CMU:
The Approximability of Constraint Satisfaction Problems
 Ross Willard, University of Waterloo:
Universal algebra for constraint satisfaction  Part 1
 Ross Willard, University of Waterloo:
Universal algebra for constraint satisfaction  Part 2
 Ross Willard, University of Waterloo:
Universal algebra for constraint satisfaction  Part 3
 Ross Willard, University of Waterloo:
Universal algebra for constraint satisfaction  Part 4
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