
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2002  June 2003.
For events from September 2012 onwards, plus selected events from
JuneAugust 2012, please see our video archive.
For events from other years, plus those JuneAugust 2012 talks that are only available in audio format, please
consult the audio/slides home page.
Various Dates Throughout the Year
June 2003
May 2003
April 2003
March 2003
February 2003
November 2002
October 2002
September 2002
August 2002
July 2002
 September 25, 2002: John Hull, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management:
The Credit Derivatives Market
 September 25, 2002: Alan White, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management:
Can Credit Default Swap Spreads Be Used to Predict Downgrades?
 October 30, 2002: Greg M. Gupton, Moody's Risk Management Services:
Measures of SecurityLevel Loss Given Default
 October 30, 2002: Dan Rosen, Algorithmics Inc.:
Stochastic Exposures & LGDs in Portfolio Credit Risk, and their impact in BIS II capital
 November 27, 2002: Philippe Artzner, University of Strasbourg:
Multiperiod Risk Measurement: where are we?
 November 27, 2002: John Manistre, Mercer Human Resources Consulting:
Measures of Covariance in the Tail of a Loss Distribution
 February 19, 2003: Phelim Boyle, University of Waterloo:
Embedded Options in Insurance Contracts: Guaranteed Annuity Options
 February 19, 2003: David Heath, Carnegie Mellon University:
The Consistency of Two Markets
 April 30, 2003: David Koenig, Chair, PRMIA Board of Directors:
Multiple Points of Failure: A New View on Risk Management
 April 30, 2003: Thomas C. Wilson, Head of Finance & Risk, Oliver Wyman & Company:
Valuing Financial Institutions: Integrating Internal and External Metrics
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 October 18, 2002: Charles Fefferman, Princeton University:
Formation of sharp fronts in 2D incompressible fluids
 November 22, 2002: Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University:
The problem of evolution in General Relativity
 December 13, 2002: Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
Pulse synthesis in NMR
 January 10, 2003: Joel Smoller, University of Michigan:
Cosmology, Black Holes, and Shock Waves Beyond the Hubble Distance
 February 17, 2003: Rafe Mazzeo, Stanford University:
PoincareEinstein metrics on the large and small scale
 March 14, 2003: Russell Caflisch, UCLA:
Dynamics of a Step Edge in Thin Film Growth
 April 11, 2003: Peter Constantin, University of Chicago:
Remarks on Rotating Fluids
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 November 4, 2002: Hugh Woodin (1), University of California, Berkeley:
The Continuum Hypothesis and the $\Omega$ Conjecture
 November 5, 2002: Hugh Woodin (2), University of California, Berkeley:
Strong Axioms: Determinacy and Large Cardinals
 November 6, 2002: Hugh Woodin (3), University of California, Berkeley:
Strong Axioms: Determinacy and Large Cardinals
 March 10, 2003: Stephen S. Kudla, (Maryland):
Arithmetic theta series
 March 11, 2003: Stephen S. Kudla, (Maryland):
Arithmetic theta series
 March 12, 2003: Stephen S. Kudla, (Maryland):
Arithmetic theta series
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 November 1, 2002: Stuart Whittington, Chemistry, University of Toronto:
Randomly coloured selfavoiding walks: A model of random copolymers
 February 7, 2003: John Sipe, Physics, University of Toronto:
Effective field theories for nonlinear optics in artificially structured materials
 March 21, 2003: Ray Kapral, Chemistry, University of Toronto:
Twisting Filaments in Oscilatory Media
 March 28, 2003: Eugene Fiume, Computer Science, University of Toronto:
Signal theoretic characterisation of three dimensional polygonal geometry
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 September 10, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #1
 September 10, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #1  Homework
 September 17, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #2
 September 17, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #2  Homework
 September 24, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #3
 September 24, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #3  Homework
 October 1, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #4
 October 15, 2002: Alain Louveau:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #5  Homework
 October 22, 2002: Henryk Michalewski:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #6
 October 29, 2002: Howard Becker:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #7
 November 26, 2002: Timothy Cookson:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #10
 December 3, 2002: Ari Brodsky, University of Toronto:
Descriptive Set Theory  Lecture #11
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 September 9, 2002: Ilijas Farah, York University:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #1
 September 13, 2002: Ilijas Farah, York University:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #2
 September 30, 2002: Ilijas Farah, York University:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #4
 October 21, 2002: Ilijas Farah, York University:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #6
 October 28, 2002: Alexander Kechris, California Institute of Technology:
Rigidity, cocycles and equivalence relations
 November 4, 2002: Stevo Todorcevic, University of Paris:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #8
 December 2, 2002: Stevo Todorcevic, University of Paris:
Ramsey theory and Banach spaces, Lecture #10
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 January 21, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 1
 January 28, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 2
 February 4, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 3
 February 11, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 4
 February 18, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 5
 March 11, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 6
 March 18, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 7
 March 25, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 8
 April 1, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 9
 April 8, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 10
 April 15, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 11
 April 22, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 12
 May 1, 2003: Henry Kim, University of Toronto:
Course on Automorphic Functions  Week 13
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 January 23, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 1
 January 30, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 2
 February 6, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 3
 February 13, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 4
 February 27, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 5
 March 13, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 6
 March 20, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 7
 March 27, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 8
 April 3, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 9
 April 10, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 10
 April 17, 2003: Ram Murty, Queens University:
Course Lecture  Week 11
 April 24, 2003: Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Course Lecture  Week 12
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 January 21, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 1
 January 28, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 2
 February 4, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 3
 February 11, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 4
 February 24, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 5
 March 10, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 6
 March 18, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 7
 March 25, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 8
 April 1, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 9
 April 8, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 10
 April 15, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 11
 April 22, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 12
 May 1, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 13
 May 5, 2003: Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Course Lecture  Week 14
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 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 1
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 2
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 3
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 4
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 5
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 6
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 7
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 8
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 9 (Only the first 24 mins.  Incomplete)
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 10
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 11
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 12
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 13
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 14
 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Introduction to the Trace Formula  Lecture 15
 Stephen DeBacker, Harvard University:
An Introduction to Homogeneity with Applications  Lecture 1
 Stephen DeBacker, Harvard University:
An Introduction to Homogeneity with Applications  Lecture 2
 Stephen DeBacker, Harvard University:
An Introduction to Homogeneity with Applications  Lecture 3
 Stephen DeBacker, Harvard University:
An Introduction to Homogeneity with Applications  Lecture 4
 Mark Goresky, Institute for Advanced Study:
Geometry and Topology of Compactifications of Modular Varieties  Lecture 1
 Mark Goresky, Institute for Advanced Study:
Geometry and Topology of Compactifications of Modular Varieties  Lecture 2
 Mark Goresky, Institute for Advanced Study:
Geometry and Topology of Compactifications of Modular Varieties  Lecture 3
 Thomas Haines, University of Maryland:
Bad Reduction of Shimura Varieties  Lecture 1
 Thomas Haines, University of Maryland:
Bad Reduction of Shimura Varieties  Lecture 2
 Thomas Haines, University of Maryland:
Bad Reduction of Shimura Varieties  Lecture 3
 Thomas Haines, University of Maryland:
Bad Reduction of Shimura Varieties  Lecture 4
 Tom Hales, University of Pittsburgh:
An Introduction to the Fundamental Lemma  Lecture 1
 Tom Hales, University of Pittsburgh:
An Introduction to the Fundamental Lemma  Lecture 2
 Tom Hales, University of Pittsburgh:
An Introduction to the Fundamental Lemma  Lecture 3
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 1
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 2
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 3
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 4
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 5
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 6
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 7
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 8
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 9
 Robert Kottwitz, University of Chicago:
Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups and Lie Algebras  Lecture 10
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 1
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 2
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 3
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 4
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 5
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 6
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 7
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 8
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 9
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 10
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 11
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 12
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 13
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 14
 James S. Milne, University of Michigan:
Introduction to Shimura Varieties  Lecture 15
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Background from Algebraic Groups  Lecture 1
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Background from Algebraic Groups  Lecture 2
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Background from Algebraic Groups  Lecture 3
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Background from Algebraic Groups  Lecture 4
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Background from Algebraic Groups  Lecture 5
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Lecture Example 1
 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto:
Lecture Example 2
 Peter Sarnak, Princeton University:
Analytic Aspects of Automorphic Forms  No Audio, Slides Only
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 James G. Arthur, University of Toronto:
Weighted orbital integrals and transfer
 Andrew Booker, Princeton University:
Converse theorems and Artin's conjecture
 William Casselman, University of British Columbia:
The Plancherel measure for Eisenstein series in higher rank
 Jim Cogdell, Oklahoma State University:
Functoriality for the classical groups
 Alina Carmen Cojocaru, Fields Institute:
Applications of the Chebotarev density theorem to elliptic curves
 Chantal David, Concordia University:
On the vanishing of twisted Lfunctions of elliptic curves
 John Friedlander, University of Toronto:
Summation formulae for coefficients of Lfunctions
 Harald Helfgott, Princeton University:
On the distribution of root numbers in families of elliptic curves
 Harald Helfgott, Princeton University:
On the distribution of root numbers in families of elliptic curves  extra slide
 Harald Helfgott, Princeton University:
On the distribution of root numbers in families of elliptic curves  extra slide
 Wentang Kuo, Queen's University:
Selberg's conjectures and Lfunctions
 JungJo Lee, Queen's University:
An application of Mumford's gap principle
 Philippe Michel, Université Montpellier II:
On the shifted convolution problem
 Kumar Murty, University of Toronto:
Pair Correlation and Artin Lfunctions
 Yiannis Petridis, The City University of New York:
Distribution of modular symbols: (joint with M. S. Risager)
 A. Raghuram, Purdue University:
Conductors and Newforms for SL(2)
 Song Wang, Yale University:
On the cuspidality of the KimShahidi Transfer of $GL (2)\times GL (3)$ to $GL (6)$
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 James Arthur, University of Toronto:
On the universal groups in automorphic forms and algebraic geometry
 Don Blasius, UCLA:
Weightmonodromy conjecture for some simple Shimura varieties
 ChingLi Chai, University of Pennsylvania:
The Hecke orbit problem: Hecke symmetries and Oort foliation
 Laurent Fargues, Universite de Paris VII (Jussieu):
Boundary cohomology of LubinTate spaces
 Jens Funke, Fields Institute:
(Singular) theta lifts and the construction of Green currents and differential characters for cycles in locally symmetric spaces of orthogonal and unitary type
 Ulrich Goertz, Universitaet Koeln:
The JordanHoelder series of nearby cycle sheaves on some Shimura varieties and affine flag varieties
 Eyal Goren, McGill University:
Local models and displays
 Haruzo Hida, UCLA:
Automorphism Groups of Shimura Varieties mod $p$
 Tetsushi Ito, MaxPlanck Institut (Bonn):
Weightmonodromy conjecture for padically uniformized varieties
 Gerard Laumon, Universite de ParisSud (Orsay):
On the fundamental lemma for unitary groups
 Ron Livne, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem:
Local points and parity of jacobians
 Elena Mantovan, Berkeley:
On certain unitary group Shimura varieties
 Sascha Orlik, Universitaet Leipzig:
The cohomology of period domains
 Michael Rapoport, Universitaet Koeln:
An update on affine DeligueLuszlig varieties
 Jeremy Teitelbaum, University of Illinois (Chicago):
Padic analytic representation theory and inklings of a padic analytic Langlands correspondenc
 Torsten Wedhorn, Universitaet Koeln:
A generalization of the EkedahlOort stratification
 Uwe Weselmann, Universitaet Heidelberg:
A twisted topological trace formula and liftings of automorphic representations
 Tonghai Yang, University of Wisconsin:
Doubling integral and a variant of the GrossZagier formula
 ChaiFu Yu, National TsingHua University:
Fine structures and Hecke orbit problems of HilbertBlumenthal varieties
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 Gilles Godefroy, Pierre et Marie Curie:
Rosenthal compact sets and analytic filters
 Haskell Rosenthal, Austin:
Recent progress and open problems in the theory of noncommutative infinite
 Jose Iovino, San Antonio:
Definability of types over Banach spaces
 Dominique Lecomte, Pierre et Marie Curie:
How can we recover Baire class one functions?
 Valentin Ferenczi, Paris 6:
On a question by Haskell P. Rosenthal
 Edward Odell, Austin:
Ramsey Methods in Banach spaces
 Thomas Schlumprecht, Texas A&M:
Asymptotic Structure and Games of higher complexity in a Banach space.
 Alexander D. Arvanitakis, University of Athens:
The Generalized Banach Contraction Theorem
 George Androulakis, South Carolina:
A property of strictly singular 11 operators
 Anna Pelczar, Jagiellonian University:
Combinatorial techniques in the classification of Banach spaces
 Dale Alspach, Oklahoma State:
Some Ordinal Indices in Banach Space Theory
 Robert Kaufman, Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Complexity of a certain set of norms in a Banach space
 Petr Hajek, Czech Academy of Science:
Quantitative Krein theorem
 Bunyamin Sari, Alberta:
On spreading models of Orlicz sequence spaces
 Vassilis Kanellopoulos, National Technical University of Athens:
Ramsey families of subtrees of the dyadic tree
 Denny H. Leung, National University Of Singapore:
l1spreading models in mixed Tsirelson spaces
 Jordi LopezAbad, Paris V:
Coding into Ramsey Sets
 Nicole TomczakJaegermann, Alberta:
Distorting Tsirelson Space
 Edward Odell, University of Austin, Texas:
Panel Discussion  Problem 1
 Thomas Schlumprecht, Texas A&M University:
Panel Discussion  Problem 2
 Spiros Argyros, University of Athens:
Panel Discussion  Problem 3
 Audience:
Panel Discussion  Problem 4
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FRSC Day
(October 19, 2002)
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 Scot Adams, University of Minnesota:
The Origins of Lattice Superrigidity and Dynamical Superrigidity
 Howard Becker, University of South Carolina:
Polish group actions and generalized model theory
 Matt Foreman, University of California, Irvine:
The classification of measure preserving systems
 Greg Hjorth, University of California, Los Angeles:
Treeable equivalence relations and Dye's Theorem
 Steve Jackson, University of North Texas:
On the existence and properties of Steinhaus sets
 Vladimir Kanovei, Moscow Center for Continuous Mathematical Education:
Reducibility of equivalence relations in"hyperfinite" descriptive set theory
 Robert Kaufman, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Mixing and Descriptive Set Theory
 Alexander Kechris, California Institute of Technology:
Session on Future Directions and Problems
 Dominique Lecomte, Universite Paris VI:
About the complexity of Boreal subsets of the plane
 Alain Louveau, Universite Paris VI:
Complete analytic equivalence relations and orders
 INTRO:
Session on Future Directions and Problems
 Dan Mauldin, University of North Texas:
Session on Future Directions and Problems
 M. G. Nadkarni, University of Mumbai:
Descriptive Discussion of well known problems
 Italy Neeman, University of California at Los Angeles:
Effective cardinalities along the Wadge Hierarchy
 Vladimir Pestov, University of Ottawa:
The fixed point on compacta property of topological groups
 Slawomir Solecki, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Measuring subsets of discrete groups and Haar null sets
 John Steel, University of California, Berkeley:
Session on Future Directions and Problems
 Simon Thomas, Rutgers University:
Superrigidity and classification problems for torsionfree abelian groups of finite rank
 Benjamin Weiss, Hebrew University of Jerusalem:
Generic Dynamics
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 Michael Barr, McGill University:
A Survey of Homology Theories
 Francis Borceux, Universite Catholique de Louvain:
Subobjects and SemiDirect Products in Normally Mal'cev Varities
 Dominique Bourne, Universite de Littoral:
Intrinsic Centrality and Associated Classifying Properties
 Ronald Brown, University of Wales:
Multiple Groupoids as a Non Abelian Tool for LocaltoGlobal Problems
 Marta Bunge, McGill University:
Covering Morphisms in Topos Theory
 Stefaan Caenepeel, Vrije University of Brussels:
Galois Theory for Corings and Cleft Entwining Structures
 Aurelio Carboni, University of Insubria:
Fully Embedding (Sober) Topological Spaces in a Category of Coalgebras with a Sequence of Three Universal Constructions
 Maria Manuel Clementino, University of Coimbra:
Exponentiability in Categories of Lax Algebras
 Marino Gran, Universite du Littoral:
Categorical Structures and Commutator Theory
 Claudio Hermida, IST Lisbon:
Fibrations and Yoneda Structure for Multicategories
 Dirk Hofmann, University of Aveiro:
Descent Theory for Lax Algebras
 Johannes Huebschmann, Universite de Lille:
LieRinehart Algebras, Descent, and Quentization
 Masoud Khalkhali, University of Western Ontario:
On Cohomology of Hopf Algebroids
 Stephen Lack, University of Sydney:
A Van Kampen Theorem for Toposes
 Stephen Lack, University of Sydney:
On flexibility for 2monads
 L. Gaunce Lewis, Syracuse University:
Applications of Galois Theory to Mackey functors and equivariant homotopy theory
 Gabor Lukacs, York University:
On Locally Compact CCompact Groups
 Andy Magid, University of Oklahoma:
Galois Thoeries in Catagories: Separable, Differential, and Difference Algebra
 Michael Makkai, McGill University:
Computads, Cellular Sets, and Multitopic Sets
 N. MartinsFerreira, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria:
Internal Bicategories in Additive Categories with Kernels
 Akira Masuoka, University of Tsukuba:
Hopf Cohomology Vanishing Brought by Approximating Hochschild Cohomology
 Luca Mauri, Universitaet Duisburg:
Homotopy Models and Localisations
 Michael Mueger, University of Amsterdam:
Categorical Structures in (the Representation of) Conformal Field Theory
 Thorsten Palm, York University:
Dendrotopic Sets
 Dieter Pumpluen, Fernuniversitaet Hagen:
The Category of Convex Modules
 B. Rangipour, University of Western Ontario:
A New Cyclic Module for Hopf Algebras
 Pedro Resende, IST, Lisbon:
From Algebras to Quantales and Back
 Ana Helena Roque, University of Aveiro:
Effective Descent Morphisms in Some Quasivarieties of Algebraic, Relational, and More General Structures
 Peter Schauenburg, University of Munich:
Monoidal Category Theory Applied to QuasiHopf Algebras
 Jonathan D.H. Smith, Iowa State University:
Extension Theory of Maltsev Algebras
 Manuela Sobral, Universidade de Coimbra:
Overview of Topological Descent Theory
 Lurdes Sousa, ESTVIPV:
On Injective Objects and Algebras of a Monad
 Mihai Staic, SUNY Buffalo:
Pure Braided Hopf Algebras and Knot Invariants
 Ross Street, Macquarie University:
Formal Representation Theory
 Mitsuhiro Takeuchi, University of Tsukuba:
RadfordMaijd Bosonization Via Schauenburg Equivalence
 Myles Tierney, Rutgers University:
The Role of Groupoids in Homotopy Theory
 Enrico Vitale, Universite Catholique de Louvain:
A Little Bit of Homological Algebra for Categorical Groups
 Joao Xarez, University of Aveiro:
The MonotoneLight Factorization for Categories via Orders and Preorders
 Shigeru Yamagami, Ibaraki University:
Hopf Algebra Symmetries in Tensor Categories
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"ADHOCNOW" Conference on AdHoc Networks and Wireless
(September 2021, 2002)
 D. Belis, University of Sheffield:
Estimation of Variance of Delay for Types of MultiAccess Control Systems
 G. Chakrabarti, Michigan State:
A Modified Approach to Dynamic Source Routing in Mobile AdHoc Networks
 Ranveer Chandra, Cornell University:
Adaptive Topology Discovery in Hybrid Wireless Networks
 Y.C. Deng, National Taiwan University:
An Efficient Adaptive Medium Access Control Protocol for Reliable Broadcast for AdHoc Networks
 Anthony Ephremides, Maryland at College Park:
Energy Awareness in Wireless Networking
 D. Evans, University of Cardiff:
Optimisation in the Design of Mobile AdHoc Networks with Steerable Directional Antennae
 A. Ghavam, University of Ottawa:
Enabling Secure Ad Hoc Communications in the Enterprise
 Y. Hwang, University of Syracuse:
TCP Performance Enhancement with an Adaptive Routing Algorithm in Wireless AdHoc Networks
 T. Kunz, Carleton University:
An Architechtural Framework for Adhoc Wireless Networks QoS Interaction with Access Domains
 T. Kunz, Carleton University:
Energy Consumption in AdHoc Routing Protocols: Comparing DSR, AODV and TORA
 J. Lipman, Wollongong:
Efficient Scalable Information Dissemination in Mobile AdHoc Networks
 Ramiro Liscano, Mitel Networks:
AdHoc Communications in the Enterprise
 J. Lipman, Wollongong:
Zonebased Routing Algorithm for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
 A Mohan, Brown University:
Distributed Searching in Mobile PeertoPeer Systems
 Lata Narayanan, Concordia University:
TBA
 I. Nikolaidis, University of Alberta:
Energy Efficient Broadcast in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
 Charles Perkins, Nokia Corporation:
Ad Hoc, Manet, AODV and ng
 I. Rubin, UCLA:
Connected Disc Covering and Applications to Mobile Gateway Placement in Ad Hoc Networks
 C. Schwingenschlogl, Munich University of Technology:
Ad Hoc Security Support Using DVBT
 I. Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa:
Partial Delaunay Triangulation and Degree Limited Localized Bluetooth
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 Jorn Behrens, Munich University of Technology:
Achieving Mass Conservation in Adaptive SemiLagrangian Advection Schemes
 Luca Bonaventura, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Hamburg:
Project for the development of a nonhydrostatic dynamical core for climate and NWP simulation
 John P. Boyd,, Unversity of Michigan:
A Comparison of the Rate of Convergence, Efficiency and Condition Number of Chebyshev and Legendre Polynomial Series with Prolate Spheroidal, Kosloff/TalEzer and ThetaMapped Fourier Basis
 Elisabetta Cordero, Met Office:
Normal mode analysis of the ``New Dynamics'' discretisation employed at the Met Office
 J. Coté, Meteorological Service of Canada:
A fractional steps method for the numerical solution of the shallow water equations
 Terry Davies, Met Office, Bracknell, UK:
Three dimensional test problems for global atmospheric models
 A. Fournier, University of Maryland:
Multiresolution Adaptive Spectral Elements: Application to shallowwater flow on the sphere
 Francis X. Giraldo, Naval Research Laboratory:
A Spectral Element SemiLagrangian Atmospheric Model (SESLAM)
 Francis X. Giraldo, Naval Research Laboratory:
A Scalable Spectral Element Eulerian Atmospheric Model (SEEAM): Dynamical Core Tests
 Daniel Guo:
Smooth Grid Transformations with Spectral Methods for the Shallow Water Equations
 Thomas Heinze, Technische Universitaet Muenchen:
A close look to test case 5
 Christiane Jablonowski, University of Michigan:
New idealized test cases for dynamical cores
 Eigil Kaas, Danish Meteorological Institute:
An accurate cellintegrated semi Lagrangian and semiimplicit scheme based on stepfunctions
 Oswald Knoth, Institute for Tropospheric Research:
A nonhydrostatic anelastic model with a cut cell approach and implicit time stepping
 Anita Layton, University of North Carolina:
A SemiLagrangian Double Fourier Method for the Shallow Water Equations
 L.M. Polvani, Princeton University:
An initialvalue test case for dynamical cores of atmospheric general circulation models
 Joseph M. Prusa, Iowa State University:
Continuous Dynamic Grid Adaptation in a Global Atmospheric Model
 Janusz Pudykiewicz, Meteorological Service of Canada:
Numerical simulation of reactive flow in spherical geometry
 Abdessamad Qaddouri, Meteorological Service of Canada:
Parallel Elliptic Solvers for the GEM Model
 David A. Randall, Colorado State University:
Impact of an Energy Conserving Scheme in the CSU GeodesicGrid AGCM
 Masaki Satoh, Frontier Research System for Global Change/Saitama Institute of Technology, Japan:
Conservative scheme for a nonhydrostatic climate model
 Reiji Suda, Nagoya University:
Fast spherical harmonics transform of FLTSS and its evaluation
 Steve Thomas, National Center for Atmospheric Research:
An overlapping additive Schwarz preconditioner for the cubedsphere
 Motohiko Tsugawa, Frontier Research System for Global Change:
Development of a Global Ocean Model on QuasiHomogeneous Cubic Grid
 Agathe Untch, ECMWF:
Tests with cubic spline interpolation in the vertical advection of the ECMWF semiLagrangian model in connection with a cubic finiteelement discretization in the verticals
 Nigel Wood, Met Office:
A framework for the analysis of physicsdynamics coupling strategies
 K.S. Yeh, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center:
A VariableResolution FiniteVolume General Circulation Model
 Hiroshi Yoshida, Tokyo Institute of Technology:
Shallow water equations in spherical geometry solved by a highaccurate IDO scheme and overset grid
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 Stuart S. Antman, University of Maryland:
Analytic consequences of incompressibility
 Roger Brockett, Harvard University:
The Weyl group as a symmetry group for subriemannian geodesics
 Alexandre Chorin, UC Berkeley:
Prediction and renormalization
 Michael Dellnitz, University of Paderborn:
Set oriented numerical methods in space mission design
 Hans Duistermaat, Utrecht University:
Second order contact of minimal surfaces
 Arthur Fischer, UC Santa Cruz:
Conformal volume collapse of 3manifolds and the reduced Einstein flow
 P. Garcia Perez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid:
PoincareCartan forms in Vakonomic mechanics: generalization to field theory
 Marty Golubitsky, University of Houston:
Pattern formation on the visual cortex
 Mark J. Gotay, University of Hawaii:
Obstructions to quantizing semisimple basic algebras
 Darryl Holm, Los Alamos National Lab:
Introduction to Averaged, Regularized, NavierStokes Equations for Large Eddy Simulations of Turbulence
 Philip Holmes, Princeton University:
Low dimensional models of turbulent plane Couette flow
 Thomas Hughes, Stanford University:
Multiscale methods in turbulence
 Jim Isenberg, University of Oregon:
Convexity theorems and the order closure of nilpotent orbits
 Klaus Kirchgaessner, Universitat Stuttgart:
Dispersive dynamics in Euler systems and stability of 2D gravity solitary waves
 Edgar Knobloch, UC Berkeley:
Nearly inviscid Faraday waves
 Bertram Kostant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Convexity theorems and the order closure of nilpotent orbits
 P.S. Krishnaprasad, University of Maryland:
Interactions on Lie groups
 Mark Levi, Penn State University:
New observations on parametric resonance zones and geometry of symplectic matrices
 Robert Littlejohn, University of California, Berkeley:
Gauge theory of small vibrations in polyatomic molecules
 Martin Lo, California Institute of Technology:
The development of the interplanetary superhighway
 Alison Marsden, Stanford University:
Shape optimization for trailing edge noise reduction
 Richard Montgomery, UC Santa Cruz:
Variational methods for the Newtonian Nbody problem
 Richard Murray, California Institute of Technology:
Nonlinear control of Lagrangian systems
 Alan Newell, University of Arizona and University of Warwick:
Global description of patterns far from onset: Convection in a large elliptical container
 Michael Ortiz, California Institute of Technology:
Asynchronous variational integrators
 Jeurgen Scheurle, Technische Universtitat Munchen:
On normal form computations
 Lawrence Sirovich, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine:
On the dynamics of cortical populations
 Jedrzej Sniatycki, University of Calgary:
Reduction of symmetries in dynamics
 Alan Weinstein, UC Berkeley:
The geometry of momentum
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 David Blecher, University of Houston:
Recent contributions to the general theory of operator algebras
 Man Duen Choi, University of Toronto:
The Ultimate Norm Estimate for the Sum of Two Matrices
 Kenneth Davidson, The Fields Institute:
Spans and sums of unitary and similarity orbits of a single operator
 Chandler Davis, University of Toronto:
Polynomial hulls of a matrix
 Allan Donsig, University of Nebraska:
Analytic Partial Crossed Products
 Alan Hopenwasser, University of Alabama:
Lie Ideals in Triangular AF Algebras
 Victor Kaftal, University of Cincinnati:
Traces and "soft" ideals of B(H)
 Masayoshi Kaneda, University of Houston:
The ideal envelope of an operator algebra
 Aristides Katavolos, Athens University:
Normalizers, Ternary Rings and All That
 Elias Katsoulis, East Carolina University:
Representations of nonselfadjoint operator algebras
 David Kribs, University of Iowa:
Weighted shifts on Fock space
 Jiankui Li, University of Waterloo:
Local derivations and local automorphisms
 Laurent Marcoux, University of Waterloo:
Lie structures in nest algebras
 Vern Paulsen, University of Houston:
MASA Bimodule Maps
 Justin Peters (error  voice is Jim Solazzo, slides are Peters), Iowa State University:
Representation theory for Dirichlet Algebras
 David Pitts, University of Nebraska:
Automorphisms of triangular AFalgebras (preliminary report)
 Stephen Power, Lancaster University:
Free semigroupoid algebras
 Heydar Radjavi, Dalhousie University and University of New Hampshire:
Polynomial identities and reducibility
 Peter Rosenthal, University of Toronto:
Triangularizability and Triangular Operator Algebras
 Jim Solazzo, University of Georgia:
Reflexivity, Factorization, and Hankel Operators
 Baruch Solel, Technion Institute:
Duality of Correspondences and a Non Commutative NevanlinnaPick Theorem
 Ahmed Sourour, University of Victoria:
The semigroup generated by a similarity orbit or a unitary orbit
 Gary Weiss, University of Cincinnati:
Traces, Ideals and Arithmetic Means
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