
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2003  June 2004.
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 2004
May 2004
April 2004
March 2004
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January 2004
December 2003
November 2003
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September 2003
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July 2003
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 October 29, 2003: Yacine AitSahalia, Princeton University:
Disentangling Diffusion from Jumps
 November 26, 2003: Ulrich Haussmann, University of British Columbia:
Optimizing terminal wealth under partial observation
 November 26, 2003: Eliezer Z. Prisman, Schulich School of Business, York University:
Arbitrage Violations and Implied Valuations: The Option Market
 January 28, 2004: Ivar Ekeland, Director, Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences:
A theory of bond portfolios
 January 28, 2004: Agnes Tourin, McMaster University:
Numerical schemes for HamiltonJacobiBellman equations arising in mathematical finance
 February 25, 2004: John Hull, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto:
Valuation of a CDO and an nth to Default CDS Without Monte Carlo Simulation
 February 25, 2004: Philip Protter, ORIE, Cornell University:
Liquidity Risk and Arbitrage Pricing Theory
 March 31, 2004: René Carmona, Princeton University:
American Options with Multiple Exercises: Theory and Numerics
 March 31, 2004: Heath Windcliff, TD Securities:
Pricing and Hedging in Incomplete Markets with Basis Risk
 April 28, 2004: Alexander Melnikov, University of Alberta:
Hedging Methodologies in EquityLinked Life Insurance
 April 28, 2004: Chester Spatt, Carnegie Mellon University:
Diversification and Capital Gains Taxes with Multiple Risky Assets
 May 26, 2004: John Chadam, University of Pittsburgh:
Early exercise boundaries: Numerical and analytical approximations
 May 26, 2004: Eduardo Schwartz, Anderson School of Management, UCLA:
A Model of R & D Valuation and the Design of Research Incentives
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 September 8, 2003: Giles Auchmuty, Houston University:
BoundaryValue Problems for 3D Div. Curl Systems
 September 15, 2003: Joceline Lega, University of Arizona:
Instability of Local Deformations of an Elastic Filament
 October 27, 2003: GuiQiang Chen, Northwestern University:
Entropy Dissipation and Conservation Laws
 November 3, 2003: Dario Bambusi, University of Milan:
Birkhoff Normal Form for Some Quasilinear Hamiltonian PDEs
 November 24, 2003: Alexander Tovbis, University of Central Florida:
Untitled
 November 27, 2003: Houde Han, Tsinghua University:
The artificial boundary condition method for numerical solutions of PDEs on unbounded domains
 December 1, 2003: John Urbas, University of Southern Queensland:
Self Similar Solutions of Gauss Curvature Flows
 January 12, 2004: Gregoire Loeper, The Fields Institute and Universite de Nice:
The Inverse Problem for the EulerPoisson System in Cosmology
 January 19, 2004: Adam Oberman, University of Texas at Austin:
Building Solutions to Nonlinear Elliptic and Parabolic Partial Differential Equations
 January 26, 2004: Rafael Benguria, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile:
Connection Between the LiebThirring Conjecture for Schrodinger Operators and an Isoperimetric Problem for Ovals on the Plane
 February 2, 2004: Yakar Kannai, Weizmann Instititute and The Fields Institute:
Real and complex approaches to SubRiemannian geometry and kernels associated with certain hypoelliptic operators
 February 9, 2004: Lars Jonsson, The Fields Institute:
On Solitary Wave Dynamics in an External Potential
 February 24, 2004: David P Nicholls, Notre Dame:
Stable Numerical Methods for Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering
 March 9, 2004: Frédéric Dias, CMLA:
On the Stability of Solitary Waves
 March 22, 2004: Krzysztof Burdzy,, University of Washington:
Neumann Eigenfunctions and Brownian Couplings
 April 5, 2004: E. B. Davies, King's College, London:
Pseudospectra and SemiClassical Analysis
 April 5, 2004: Wilfrid Gangbo, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Michell Trusses and Extension of Vector Valued Maps
 April 19, 2004: Roger Temam, Universite de Paris Sud:
Mathematical Problems in Meteorology and Oceanography
 April 26, 2004: Alexander Mikhailov, University of Leeds:
Variety of Integrable PDEs
 May 10, 2004: Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University:
On the bounded L^2 curvature conjecture
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 October 20, 2003: L. Craig Evans, University of California, Berkeley:
Introduction, Optimal Mass Transfer
 October 21, 2003: L. Craig Evans, University of California, Berkeley:
Weak KAM Theory for Dynamics
 October 22, 2003: L. Craig Evans, University of California, Berkeley:
Calculus of Variations in the MaxNorm
 May 3, 2004: Sergei Kuksin, HeriotWatt University:
Introduction  Mathematics of 2D Statistical Hydrodynamics
 May 4, 2004: Sergei Kuksin, HeriotWatt University:
The Uniqueness Theorem and Related Results
 May 5, 2004: Sergei Kuksin, HeriotWatt University:
The Uniqueness Theorem and Related Results II
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 September 17, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 September 24, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 October 1, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 October 8, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 October 22, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 October 29, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 November 5, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture (Part 1)
 November 5, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture (Part 2)
 November 12, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 November 19, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 November 26, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 December 3, 2003: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 January 14, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 January 28, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 February 4, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 February 11, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 February 18, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 February 25, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 March 3, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 March 10, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 April 7, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
 April 14, 2004: Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
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 September 8, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 September 11, 2003: John Urbas, Australian National University & The Fields Institute:
Fully Nonlinear Elliptic PDE: A Graduate Level IntroductionLecture
 September 16, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 September 30, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 October 7, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 October 14, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 October 16, 2003: John Urbas, Australian National University & The Fields Institute:
Lecture
 October 21, 2003: John Urbas, Australian National University & The Fields Institute:
Lecture
 October 28, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture (Part 1)
 October 28, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture (Part 2)
 November 4, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 November 6, 2003: John Urbas, Australian National University & The Fields Institute:
Lecture
 November 11, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 November 13, 2003: John Urbas, University of Southern Queensland:
Lecture
 November 20, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 November 25, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 November 27, 2003: John Urbas, University of Southern Queensland:
Lecture
 December 2, 2003: Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Lecture
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 September 15, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
September 15, 2003
 September 16, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
September 16, 2003
 September 22, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
September 22, 2003
 September 29, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
September 29, 2003
 September 30, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
September 30, 2003
 October 7, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 7, 2003
 October 14, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 14, 2003
 October 20, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 20, 2003
 October 21, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 21, 2003
 October 27, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 27, 2003
 October 28, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
October 28, 2003
 November 10, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
November 10, 2003
 November 11, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
November 11, 2003
 November 24, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
November 24, 2003
 November 25, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
November 25, 2003
 December 1, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
December 1, 2003
 December 2, 2003: Catherine Sulem, University of Toronto:
December 2, 2003
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 January 13, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 January 20, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 January 27, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 February 3, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 February 10, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 February 24, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 March 2, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 March 9, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 March 23, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 April 15, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
 April 20, 2004: Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Lecture
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 Sergei Badulin, Shirshov Institute of Oceanology:
SelfSimilar Solutions for the Hasselmann Equation and Experimental Scaling of WindWave Spectra
 Michael Banner, New South Wales:
On the Onset and Strength of Breaking of TwoDimensional Deep Water Waves
 Tom Beale, Duke:
Analytical Issues in Boundary Integral Methods for 3D Water Waves
 Walter Craig, McMaster:
Colliding solitary waves: counter and copropagating binary collisions
 Jim Duncan, Maryland:
Effects of Surfactants on Spilling Breakers
 Alexander Dyachenko, Landau:
Direct Numerical Simulation of 2+1 Dimensional Surface Waves on Deep Water
 Mark Groves, Loughborough:
ThreeDimensional Solitary GravityCapillary Water Waves
 Robert Guza, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD:
Field Observations of Shear Waves
 Samir Hamdi, Toronto:
talk
 Joe Hammack, Pennsylvania State:
SolitaryWave Collisions
 Tetsu Hara, Rhode Island:
Observation of Nonlinear Steep Waves
 Paul Hwang, Stennis Space Center:
Spatial Measurements of Ocean Surface Waves
 Henrik Kalisch, Lund:
Uniqueness Results for Periodic Traveling Waves
 Michael LonguetHiggins, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD:
Mass Transport by Shoaling Water Waves Over a Rough Sea Bed
 Per Madsen, Technical University of Denmark:
Recent Progress in Modelling of Nonlinear Water Waves
 Chiang Mei, MIT:
Localization of Surface Waves by Random Variations in Depth
 Paul Milewski, Wisconsin:
Hydraulic Jumps and Fluid Mixing in Twolayer Shallow Water
 Harvey Segur, Colorado:
Stabilizing the BenjaminFeir Instability
 Victor Shrira, Keele:
What Drives Short Wind Waves? Resonant shortwave interactions, or longwave/shortwave interactions
 Michael Stiassnie, Technion:
On the Interaction of Four WaterWaves
 John Strain, UC Berkeley:
Fast SemiLagrangian Computations with Complex Interfaces
 Walter Strauss, Brown:
Periodic Water Waves with Vorticity
 Esteban Tabak, NYUCIMS:
Breaking Waves and Shear Instability in TwoLayer Flows
 Paul Taylor, Oxford:
Directional Spreading and NonLinear Wave Focussing on Deep Water
 Marshall Tulin, UC, Santa Barbara:
Some Recent New Results in Water Waves
 Doug Wright, Fields Institute:
Corrections to the KdV Approximation for Water Waves
 Lucy Wyatt, Sheffield:
Directional Wave Measurements with HF Radar
 Harry Yeh, Oregon State:
LongWave Runup on a Plane Beach
 Dick Yue, MIT:
A Capability for Severe Weather Automated/Assisted Ship Handling (SWASH)
 Vladimir Zakharov, Arizona:
FreeSurface Hydrodynamics in Conformal Variables and the Origin of Freak Waves
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Workshop on SemiClassical Analysis
(June 711, 2004)
 I. Alexandrova, Berkeley:
Structure of the SemiClassical Scattering Amplitude for General Scattering Relations
 D. Borthwick, Emory:
A uniform quantum version of the Kolmogorov theorem
 W. Craig, McMaster:
Invariant tori for PDEs
 H. Donnelly, Purdue:
Spectral theory of the Laplacian for compact Riemannian manifolds (1)
 H. Donnelly, Purdue:
Spectral theory of the Laplacian for compact Riemannian manifolds (2)
 H. Donnelly, Purdue:
Spectral theory of the Laplacian for compact Riemannian manifolds (3)
 L. Friedlander, Arizona:
An isoperimetric inequality for quantum graphs
 A. Ionescu, Wisconsin, Madison:
L^p Carleman inequalities and uniqueness of solutions of nonlinear Schroedinger equation
 V. Ivrii, Toronto:
25 years after
 M. MinOo, McMaster:
Asymptotic properties of the partition function
 Y. Petridis, CUNY, Lehman College:
Weyl's Law for Heisenberg manifolds
 Y. Safarov, King’s College, London:
Weyl formula for the Neumann Laplacian on domains with rough boundaries
 A. Sobolev, Sussex:
Variation of the number of lattice points in large balls
 A. Uribe, Michigan:
Properties and naturality of almostKahler quantization
 A. Venkatesh, MIT:
Quantum chaos on locally symmetric spaces
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 Simonetta Abenda, Universitŕ di Bologna:
Modulation theory for the CamassaHolm equation
 Dario Bambusi, Universitŕ degli Studi di Milano:
Birkhoff normal form for PDEs with Tame Modulus
 Massimiliano Berti, SISSA, Trieste:
Bifurcation of free vibrations for completely resonant wave equations
 Roy Choudhury, University of Central Florida:
Integrability characteristics and coherent structures of integrable twodimensional generalizations of NLS type equations
 Percy Deift, CIMS:
Longtime asymptotics for solutions of the NLS equation with initial data in a weighted Sobolev space
 Hakan Eliasson, Université Paris 7:
KAM for the nonlinear Schroedinger equation
 Benoît Grébert, Université de Nantes:
Birkhoff normal form for NLS and NLW
 John Harnad, CRM & Concordia University:
Hamiltonian theory of the general rational isomonodromic deformation problem
 EduardWilhelm Kirr, University of Chicago:
Parametric resonance in NLS
 Sergei Kuksin, HeriotWatt University:
KAM for PDEs in 1D and nD
 Nader Masmoudi, CIMS:
The zero surface tension limit for the water wave problem
 Nikolai Melnikov, Moscow State University:
Finite dimentional Hamiltonian systems
 Maung Minoo, McMaster University:
Some asymptotic properties of Gaudin spin chains
 N. Sri Namachchivaya, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Nonstandard reduction of noisy dynamical systems
 Jürgen Pöschel, Universitat Stuttgart:
On the wellposedness of the KdV equation in weighted Sobolev spaces
 David Sattinger, Yale University:
CalogeroFrancoise flows and Periodic Peakons
 Michael Sigal, Notre Dame & University of Toronto:
Some mathematical questions related to the BoseEinstein condensation
 Vladimir Sokolov, Landau Institute:
New integrable Hamiltonians in rigid body dynamics
 Jacek Szmigielski, University of Saskatchewan:
Multipeakon solutions of the DegasperisProcesi equation and almost Padé approximants
 Alexander Tovbis, University of Central Florida:
Semiclassical (zero dispersion limit) solutions to the focusing NLS for a special class of the initial data with both soliton and solitonless cases
 Stephanos Venakides, Duke University:
Rigorous results on semiclassical longtime focusing NLS
 Vitali Vougalter, McMaster & The Fields Institute:
Spectra of positive and negative energies in the linearized NLS problem
 Eugene Wayne, Boston University:
Exponential averaging and the "pinning" of traveling waves in heterogenous media
 Doug Wright, McMaster & The Fields Institute:
Higher order corrections to KdV approximations
 Yingfei Yi, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Quasiperiodic standing waves in nonlinear Schrödinger equations
 Jiangong You, Nanjing University:
Construction of quasiperiodic solutions via KAM theory
 Xin Zhou, Duke University:
The L^p estimate for RiemannHilbert problems
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 Jim Colliander, University of Toronto:
Talk
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Resonances in Hamiltonian PDE
 Bill Kath, Northwestern University:
Applications of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation to optical fiber communications
 Bill Kath, Northwestern University:
Methods for the simulation of rare events in lightwave systems
 Michael Weinstein, Bell Labs and Columbia:
Resonance problems in photonics, Part I
 Michael Weinstein, Bell Labs and Columbia:
Resonance problems in photonics, Part II
 V. E. Zakharov, Moscow & Arizona:
Talk, Part I
 V. E. Zakharov, Moscow & Arizona:
Talk, Part II
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 John Adam, Old Dominion University:
Developing mathematical models in cancer biology, some personal reflections
 David Hogg, University of Toronto:
Developmental second hits and the concept of a mutation field
 Igor Jurisica, Ontario Cancer Institute:
Integrative approach to molecular medicine
 Philip Maini, University of Oxford:
Modelling aspects of vascular cancer
 Michael Milosevic, Princess Margaret Hospital, University of Toronto:
Intertstitial Fluid Pressure (IFP) in Cervix Cancer: What is it telling us?
 Lance Munn, Harvard Universtity:
The interaction of circulation cells with tumours  pharmacokinetic and fluid models
 Amit Oza, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto:
Introduction
 Siv Sivaloganathan, University of Waterloo:
Mathematical Oncology  A Brief Overview
 Kristen Swanson, University of Washington:
Insights into the Behavior of Gliomas Provided by Quantitative Modeling
 Howard D. Thames, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center:
Cluster Models of DoseVolume Effects in Radiotherapy
 Marco Zaider, SloaneKettering Cancer Institute:
On the question of the number of clonogens surviving radiation therapy
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 Claude Bardos, Universite Paris VI:
Relevance of the Time Dependent Hatree Fock Approximation in the Mean Field Scaling
 Yann Brenier, Universite de Nice:
Derivation of Particle and String Motions from the BornInfeld Electromagnetic Field Theory
 Alain Brizard, Saint Michael's College:
Variational Formulations of Exact and Reduced VlasovMaxwell Equations
 Steve Cowley, Imperial College, London:
Transport in Tangled Astrophysical Magnetic Fields
 Pierre Degond, Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse:
Quantum Hydrodynamics and Quantum Diffusion Models Derived from the Entropy Principle
 Laurent Desvillettes, Ecole Normale Superieure, Cachan:
Some Results about the Smoothness of Boltzmann and Landau Equations
 Patrick Diamond, University of California, San Diego:
Granulation Formation and Turbulent Trapping in Wave Kinetics
 Jean Dolbeault, Universite Paris IX:
How Far Can We Push Entropy Methods?
 Bill Dorland, University of Maryland:
Resonant Heating in the Alfven Cascade
 Yves Elskens, CNRSuniversite de Provence, Marseilles:
From N Particles Interacting with M Waves, to Vlasov and to Quasilinear EquationsChaos and Granularity in the Kinetic Limit
 Laszlo Erdos, Georgia Institute of Technology & University of Munich, Germany:
Towards the Quantum Brownian Motion
 Irene Gamba, University of Texas at Austin:
Sharp estimates to solutions of homogeneous Boltzmann type problems
 Robert Glassey, Indiana University:
The VlasovMaxwell System
 Isaac Goldhirsch, TelAviv University:
Inelastic Kinetic Theory: The Granular Gas
 Francois Golse, Universite Paris VII:
The BoltzmannGrad limit for the periodic Lorenz gas
 Alex Gottlieb, University of Vienna:
Quantum Effects in Mean Field Electron Dynamics
 Yan Guo, Brown University:
A Nonlinear Energy Method in Boltzmann Theory
 Greg Hammett, Princeton University:
Nonlocal Fluid Closure Approximations to Model Long MeanFreePath Dynamics
 Reinhard Illner, University of Victoria:
Three Exotic Applications of Kinetic Equations
 Dave Levermore, University of Maryland:
Gas Dynamics Beyond NavierStokes
 Giovanni Manfredi, Henri Poincare  Nancy 1:
How to Model Quantum Plasmas
 Norbert Mauser, University of Vienna:
Incompressible Euler and EMHD as Scaling Limits of the VlasovMaxwell System
 Fabrice Mottez, CETP, Universite de VersaillesSt Quentin en Yvelines:
Implicit Particle in Cell Plasma Simulation Codes
 Maurizio Ottaviani, CEA, DSM / DRFC, Cadarache, France:
Development of Gyrokinetic Codes using SemiLagrangian Methods
 Thierry Passot, Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur:
Fluid Description for Dispersive MHD Waves in a Collisionless Plasma
 Francesco Pegoraro, University of Pisa and INFM, Italy:
Magnetic Field Line Reconnection in Dissipationless Regimes and Mixing of the Lagrangian Invariants in Strongly Magnetized, Twodimensional, Plasma Configurations
 Benoit Perthame,, Ecole Normale Supérieure, DMA:
Kinetic Model for Chemotaxis
 Benoit Perthame, Ecole Normale Supérieure, DMA:
Kinetic Model for Chemotaxis, part 2
 Marjolaine Puel, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique:
Quasi neutral limits of the relativistic VlasovMaxwell system
 Hong Qin, Princeton University:
General Gyrokinetic Theory
 Gerhard Rein, University of Bayreuth:
The Vlasov equation as a matter model in General Relativity
 Fraydoun Rezakhanlou, University of California, Berkeley:
A Stochastic Model for CoagulationFragmentation and Smoluchowski Equation
 Andrei Smolyakov, University of Saskatchewan:
Collisionless Damping in Plasmas and Neutral Gases
 Eric Sonnendrucker, Universite Louis Pasteur:
Adaptive SemiLagrangian Numerical Methods for the Vlasov Equation
 Gigliola Staffilani, MIT:
Global WellPosedness and Scattering in the Energy Space for Critical Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation in 3D
 Walter Strauss, Brown University:
Some Global Solutions of the Hydrodynamic Model of Semiconductors
 R.D. Sydora, University of Alberta:
Kinetic Theory and Simulation of Nonlinear Magnetic Structures
 Eitan Tadmor, University of Maryland:
Kinetic formulations and regularizing effects in first and second order equations
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 Yves Elskens, Marseille:
Landau damping
 Yves Elskens, Marseille:
Landau damping, part 2
 Yves Elskens, Marseille:
Landau damping, part 3
 Francois Golse, Paris VII:
Fluid dynamics from kinetic equations, part 1
 Dave Levermore, Maryland:
Fluid dynamics from kinetic equations, part 2
 Francois Golse, Paris VII:
Fluid dynamics from kinetic equations, part 3
 Dave Levermore, Maryland:
Fluid dynamics from kinetic equations, parts 4 and 5
 Francois Golse, Paris VII:
Fluid dynamics from kinetic equations, part 6
 Thierry Passot, Observatoire de Nice:
From kinetic to hydrodynamic descriptions of plasmas
 Thierry Passot, Observatoire de Nice:
From kinetic to hydrodynamic descriptions of plasmas, part 2
 Thierry Passot, Observatoire de Nice:
From kinetic to hydrodynamic descriptions of plasmas, part 3
 Hong Qin, Princeton:
Gyrokinetic theory
 Hong Qin, Princeton:
Gyrokinetic theory, part 2
 PierreLouis Sulem, Observatoire de Nice:
Guiding center theory
 PierreLouis Sulem, Observatoire de Nice:
Guiding center theory , part 2
 PierreLouis Sulem, Observatoire de Nice:
Guiding center theory, part 3
 William M. Tang, Princeton:
Gyrokinetic theory
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 Andrey Biryuk, The Fields Institute & McMaster:
NLS With Small Viscosity. Lower Bounds for the Space Derivatives of the Solutions
 Jerry Bona, University of Illinois  Chicago:
Two and Three Dimensional Water Waves
 Nicolas Burq, University Paris Sud Orsay:
Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations on 3d Compact Manifolds
 Stephen Gustafson, British Columbia:
Scattering for the GrossPitaevskii Equation
 Slim Ibrahim, McMaster & The Fields Institute:
On the Local Solvability for a Quasilnear Cubic Wave Equation
 Lars Jonsson, The Fields Institute:
On Solitary Wave Dynamics in an External Potential
 Niky Kamran, McGill:
Long Term Dynamics of Dirac and Scalar Fields in the Kerr Geometry
 Markus Keel, Minnesota:
Regularity and Scattering for the Critical Defocusing Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation
 David Lannes, Bordeaux:
WellPosedness of the WaterWaves Equations
 Felipe Linares, IMPA:
On a Degenerate Zakharov System
 Michael Loss, Georgia Tech:
A Sharp Analog of Young's Inequality on S^N and Related Entropy Inequalities
 Nader Masmoudi, Courant Institute:
Hydrodynamic Limits of the Boltzmann Equations
 Ken McLaughlin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:
Asymptotic Analysis of the Integrable Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation
 Frank Merle, Cergy Pontoise, IAS:
Blowup Behavior for Critical NLS
 Peter Miller, Michigan:
Semiclassical Asymptotics for the Focusing Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation
 Andrea R. Nahmod, Massachusetts, Amherst and IAS, Princeton:
The Cauchy Problem for the HyperbolicElliptic Ishimori System
 Vladislav Panferov, Victoria:
Maxwellian Upper Bounds for the Boltzmann Equation
 Guido Schneider, Karlsruhe:
Long Time Existence and Blow Up of Modulated Waves in Case of Nontrivial Resonances
 Jalal Shatah, CIMS:
talk
 TaiPeng Tsai, British Columbia:
Asymptotic Stability of Small NLS Solitons in Energy Space
 Luis Vega, Universidad del Pais Vasco:
On a Pseudo Differential Calculus Related to NonElliptic Operators
 Stephanos Venakides, Duke:
Steepest Descent and the GFunction Mechanism in Rigorous Semiclassical NLS Asymptotics
 Doug Wright, McMaster & The Fields Institute:
Higher Order Corrections to the KdV Approximation for Water Waves
 Jared Wunsch, Northwestern:
Morawetz and Strichartz Estimates for the Schrodinger Equation on Nontrapping ThreeManifolds
 Zhengfang Zhou, Michigan State:
Study Nonlinear Wave Equations from the Einstein Universe
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 Xiaodong Hu, University of Toronto:
Spectral triples and transversally elliptic operators
 Cristian Ivanescu, University of Toronto:
On the classification of simple C*algebras which are inductive limits of continuoustrace C*algebras whose spectrum is homeomorphic to the closed interval [0,1]
 Masoud Khalkhali, University of Western Ontario:
From transverse index theory to Hopfcyclic cohomology via the local index formula
 David Kribs, University of Guelph:
Nonselfadjoint directed graph operator algebras
 Dan Kucerovsky, University of New Brunswick:
Absorption: What is it, where do we find it, and what is it good for?
 Philippe Larocque, University of Waterloo:
The model for lamdacommuting isometries
 Hanfeng Li, University of Toronto:
On the C*algebras and smooth algebras generated by projective representations of finitely generated abelian groups
 James Mingo, Queen's University:
Fluctuations of Eigenvalue distributions and Orthogonal Polynomials
 Matthias Neufang, University of OttawaCarleton:
Twosided noncommutative fractional linear transformations
 N. Christopher Phillips, University of Oregon:
Crossed products by actions with the tracial Rokhlin property
 N. Christopher Phillips, University of Oregon:
Crossed products by actions with the tracial Rokhlin property, part II
 David Rosenthal, McMaster University:
Split injectivity of the BaumConnes assembly map
 Ana Savu, University of Toronto:
Closed functions versus exact functions in interacting particle systems
 Roland Speicher, Queen's University:
Fluctuations of random matrices and cyclic Fock spaces
 Andrew Toms, The Fields Institute:
On the classifiability of nuclear C*algebras
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 M. Agueh, University of British Columbia:
Asymptotic Behavior for Doubly Degenerate Parabolic Equations
 A. Biryuk, The Fields Institute:
Flows Without Pressure, Geometry and Turbulence
 M. Braverman, University of Toronto:
On the Computability of Julia Sets
 M. Cojocaru, University of Guelph:
Projected Dynamical Systems: Overview and Recent Developments
 D. Gaydashev, University of Toronto:
Renormalization of Isoenergetically Degenerate Hamiltonian Flows
 P. Guyenne, The Fields Institute & McMaster University:
Wave Turbulence in Onedimensional Models
 N. Kamran, McGill University:
Wave Equations in General Relativity
 K. Kang, University of British Columbia:
On Regularity to the Stokes System and NavierStokes Equations Near Boundary
 T. Kolokolnikov, University of British Columbia:
Instabilities of Stripe Solutions in the TwoDimensional GrayScott Model
 A. Kuznetsov, University of Toronto:
Poster
 S. Lawi, University of Toronto:
Poster
 A. Nachman, University of Toronto:
Introduction to Inverse Problems in Partial Differential Equations
 A. Savu, University of Toronto:
Hydrodynamic Scaling Limit of the Fourth Order GinzburgLandau Model
 D. Slepcev, University of Toronto:
GradientFlow Structure and Stability of Selfsimilar Solutions of Nonlinear Parabolic PDE's
 P. Tupper, McGill University:
Ergodicity and Numerical Simulation
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 Jacques Bélair, Université de Montreal:
Delay induced oscillations in drug administration
 Sue Ann Campbell, University of Waterloo:
Patterns of Oscillation in a Ring of Identical Cells with Delayed Coupling
 John Chadam, University of Pittsburgh:
Bioremediation of waste in a porous medium
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Invariant tori for PDE
 Michael Dellnitz, University of Paderborn:
On the Identification of Macroscopic Dynamical Structures
 Eusebius Doedel, Concordia University:
Elemental Periodic Orbits of the Circular Restricted 3Body Problem
 Michael Field, University of Houston:
Product Dynamics
 Leon Glass, McGill University:
Dynamics of Reentrant Tachycardia
 Martin Golubitsky, University of Houston:
Coupled cell systems: a potpourri of theory and examples
 John Guckenheimer, Cornell University:
The van der Pol Equation and the Origins of Chaos
 George Haller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Strange eigenmodes in the mixing of diffusive tracers
 Philip Holmes, Princeton University:
Dynamics of an 012 O(2)equivariant system: Heteroclinic cycles and periodic orbits
 Gerard Iooss, Institut NonLinéaire:
Influence of the essential spectrum for bifurcations of travelliong waves in water wave problems
 Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton University:
EquationFree Modeling of Complex Systems through Timesteppers: Enabling Microscopic Simulators to perform System Level Tasks
 Barbara Lee Keyfitz, University of Houston:
Bifurcation of Shock Reflection Patterns
 Edgar Knobloch, University of California, Berkeley:
Oscillatory binary fluid convection in finite containers
 Martin Krupa, New Mexico State University:
Canards and mixedmode oscillations
 Jeroen Lamb, Imperial College, London:
Symmetric Homoclinic Tangles in Reversible Systems
 Bill Langford, University of Guelph:
Spatiotemporal patterns in heat exchanger tube arrays
 Ian Melbourne, University of Surrey:
Symmetric Chaos in a Local Codimension Two Bifurcation with $D_4$ symmetry
 Stephen Morris, University of Toronto:
Experiments on Bifurcations in Annular Electroconvection
 Mary Pugh, University of Toronto:
Blowingup exact solutions of longwave unstable thin film equations
 Mark Roberts, University of Surrey:
Bifurcations of molecular and gravitational Nbody problems
 Andre Vanderbauwhede, University of Gent:
Subharmonic branching in equivariant reversible systems
 Jianhong Wu, York University:
An Inverse Problem of Pattern Formation
 Jim Yorke, University of Maryland:
Weather prediction and chaos
 Pei Yu, University of Western Ontario:
Twelve limit cycles in a cubic case of the 16th Hilbert problem
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 Guenter Ahlers, University of California, Santa Barbara:
Fluctuations Near Bifurcations in Spatially Extended NonEquilibrium Systems
 Eberhard Bodenschatz, Cornell University:
Defects, Targets and Spirals in RayleighBenard Convection
 David Cai, New York University:
Kinetic Theory of Neuronal Networks  Meandriven vs Fluctuationdriven Dynamics
 John Carter, University of Seattle:
Qualitative Comparisons Between Physical Experiments of Waves on Deep Water and Perturbed Solutions of NLS
 Anne Catlla, Northwestern University:
Impulsively Forced Faraday Waves
 Guillemette Caulliez, IRPHE:
Threedimensional Wave Patterns Observed at the Sea Surface
 Rustum Choksi, Simon Fraser University:
Microphase Separation in Diblock Copolymer Melts
 Bernard Deconinck, University of Washington:
Computing the Abel Transform
 Frédéric Dias, CMLA:
Coherent Structures and OneDimensional Wave Turbulence
 Arjen Doelman, Kortewegde Vries Institute:
The Dynamics of Modulated Wave Trains (Part 1)
 Arjen Doelman, Kortewegde Vries Institute:
The Dynamics of Modulated Wave Trains (Part 2)
 Karl Glasner, University of Arizona:
The Secret Life of Liquid Droplets
 Matthew Hopkins, Sandia National Laboratories:
Pattern Formation in a Suspension of Swimming Microorganisms
 Raymond Kapral, University of Toronto:
Front Explosions in Oscillatory ReactionDiffusion Systems
 Leah Keshet, University of British Columbia:
Patterns in Molecular, Cellular and Social Systems
 Panayotis Kevrekidis, University of Massachusetts:
Mean Field Models of BoseEinstein Condensates: From Instabilities to Waves, from Solitons to Patterns
 Robert Kohn, Courant Institute:
The Mathematics of Coarsening
 William Langford, University of Guelph:
NearHamiltonian Hopf Bifurcation
 Mark Lewis, University of Alberta:
Pattern Formation via ScentMarking
 Philip Maini, Oxford University:
Pattern Formation on Growing Domains
 Huseyin Merdan, University of Pittsburgh:
Late Stage Interface Dynamics and Renormalization Group Methods
 Ehud Meron, Ben Gurion:
Vegetation Patterns, Ecosystem Engineers and Species Richness: A Pattern Formation Approach
 Jeff Moehlis, University of California, Santa Barbara:
The Response Dynamics of Neural Oscillator Populations
 Stephen Morris, University of Toronto:
Oscillatory Patterns and Subdiffusion in Granular Segregation Experiments
 Thierry Passot, Obs. de la Côte d'Azur:
Global Description of Patterns Far From Onset: A Case Study
 Mark Paul, California Institute of Technology:
RayleighBenard Convection in LargeAspectRatio Domains
 Jens Rademacher, University of Minnesota:
An Organizing Center for Tracefiring of Pulses in the Oregonator
 A. J. Roberts, University of Southern Queensland:
Rational Modelling Determines Boundary Conditions
 Bjorn Sandstede, Ohio State University:
Towards a Classification of Defects in Oscillatory Media
 Harvey Segur, University of Colorado:
Stabilizing the BenjaminFeir Instability
 Eran Sharon, University of Jerusalem:
Buckling Cascades in Free Sheets and the Geometry of Wavy Leaves and Flowers
 Patrick Shipman, University of Arizona:
Phyllotactic Patterns on Plants
 Peter Thomas, Salk Institute:
Pattern Formation in the Development of Primary Visual Cortex
 Chad Topaz, University of California, Los Angeles:
Faraday Wave Pattern Selection via MultiFrequency Forcing
 Shankar Venkataramani, University of Chicago:
Multiple Scale Behaviors in Thin Elastic Sheet
 Michael Ward, University of British Columbia:
Spike Patterns in the GrayScott Model: Equilibria, Stability, and PulseSplitting Behavior
 Stephen J. Watson, Northwestern University:
Coarsening Dynamics of Faceted Crystal Surfaces
 Jon Wilkening, New York University:
Grain Boundary Diffusion due to Stress and Electromigration
 Tom Witelski, Duke University:
Dynamics for a CriticalCase Unstable Generalized Thin Film Equation
 Aaron Yip, Purdue University:
Structures of Local Minimizers of a OneDimensional Higher Order Variational Problem
 Wendy Zhang, University of Chicago:
Viscous Entrainment: Creating an AtomicSized Liquid Spout
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Lecture
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FRSC Day
(October 24, 2003)
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 Christopher Croke, University of Pennsylvania:
The Boundary Rigidity Problem: I
 Christopher Croke, University of Pennsylvania:
The Boundary Rigidity Problem: II
 Victor Isakov, Wichita State:
Carleman Estimates & Uniqueness and stability in the Cauchy problem: I
 Victor Isakov, Wichita State:
Uniqueness and Stability in the Cauchy Problem: II & Applications to Inverse Problems and Optimal Control
 Hiroshi Isozaki, Tokyo Metropolitan:
Inverse Problems and Hyperbolic Manifolds: I
 Hiroshi Isozaki, Tokyo Metropolitan:
Inverse Problems and Hyperbolic Manifolds: II
 Slava Kurylev, Loughborough University:
Gel'fand Inverse Boundary Problem in Multidimensions: I & II (Part 1)
 Slava Kurylev, Loughborough University:
Gel'fand Inverse Boundary Problem in Multidimensions: I & II (Part 2)
 Slava Kurylev, Loughborough University:
Gel'fand Inverse Boundary Problem in Multidimensions: III
 Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto:
Introduction to Inverse Problems
 Gunther Uhlmann, University of Washington:
The Dirichlet to Neumann Map and the Boundary Distance Function: I
 Gunther Uhlmann, University of Washington:
The Dirichlet to Neumann Map and the Boundary Distance Function: II
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 YungPin Chen, Lewis & Clark College:
Biased coin vs. Ehrenfest urn: an analysis of randomness, balance and power
 AnLin Cheng, University of Georgia:
Minimum Hellinger distance estimation for randomized play the winner design
 Nancy Flournoy, University of MissouriColumbia:
An Overview of Adaptive Designs
 Subir Ghosh, University of California, Riverside:
Adaptive factorial experiments for model identification
 Janis Hardwick, University of Michigan:
Optimal FewStage Designs for Clinical Trials
 Feifang Hu, University of Virginia:
Responseadaptive designs: maximizing power and minimizing the expected number of failures
 Anastasia Ivanova, University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill:
Responseadaptive designs: ethics and efficiency of estimation
 Tatsuki Koyama, Vanderbilt University:
A calculus for design of twostage adaptive procedures
 Hon Keung Tony Ng, Southern Methodist University, Dallas:
Upanddown designs for phase I trials; an evaluation of different designs and estimators
 Andre Rogatko, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia:
Individualized patient dosing in phase I clinical trials
 Mourad Tighiouart, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia:
Flexible Bayesian methods for cancer phase I clinical trials: dose escalation with overdose control
 Yevgen Tymofyeyev, University of Maryland, Baltimore County:
Optimal Allocation in MultiArmed Clinical Trials
 Xikui Wang, University of Manitoba:
Bandit problems and adaptive clinical trials
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 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Remarks on a Theorem of Cordoba, de la Llave and Fefferman
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Surface Water Waves: I
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Surface Water Waves: II (Part 1)
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Surface Water Waves: II (Part 2)
 Constantine Dafermos, Brown University:
Recent Developments in Hyperbolic Conservation Laws: I
 Constantine Dafermos, Brown University:
Recent Developments in Hyperbolic Conservation Laws: II
 Boris Khesin, University of Toronto:
Geometry and Topology in Euler Hydrodynamics and KdV: I
 Boris Khesin, University of Toronto:
Geometry and Topology in Euler Hydrodynamics and KdV: II
 Mikhail Vishik, University of Texas:
Stability Theory for Incompressible Flows of an Ideal Fluid: I
 Mikhail Vishik, University of Texas:
Stability Theory for Incompressible Flows of an Ideal Fluid: II
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2003 CanQueue Conference
(September 1920, 2003)
 Attahiru S. Alfa, University of Manitoba:
Discretetime analysis for data packet discarding in highspeed networks
 Doug Down, McMaster University:
Scheduling Parallel Server Systems under High Variability
 Steve Drekic, University of Waterloo:
Tutorial: Use of Symbolic Manipulation in Queueing
 Daniel M. Frances, University of Toronto:
The Challenges of Predicting Critical Blood Product Shortages
 Winfried Grassman, University of Saskatchewan:
Tutorial: State Reduction and Matrix Analytic Methods
 Armann Ingolfsson, University of Alberta:
Queueing Models of Case Managers
 Sapna Isotupa, Wilfrid Laurier University:
A Stochastic Perishable Inventory System with Two Types of Customers
 Elizabeth Jewkes, University of Waterloo:
Empirical Discrete Distributions in Queueing Models
 Brij Kashyap, Ryerson University:
Psychological Management of Waiting Lines
 Seokjin Kim, University of Toronto:
Locating Mobile Servers under Stochastic Demands and Congestion
 Alexander Kreinin, Algorithmics, Toronto:
Nonhomogeneous Random Walks: Applications in Queueing and Financial Risk Management
 Bernard F. Lamond, Université Laval:
On the discrete convexity of a sequence of optimal expected processing times in flexible manufacturing
 Alberto LeonGarcia, University of Toronto:
Performance Modeling in LargeScale Switches
 Marvin Mandelbaum, York University:
Tutorial: Use of Symbolic Manipulation in Queueing
 Sri Gopal Mohanty, McMaster University:
Transient Probability Functions of Batchtype Queueing Systems
 Michael Shalmon, Université du Quebec:
Sample path decompositions, queueing analysis via LCFSPR, and teletraffic multiplexing
 Javad Tavakoli, First Nations University of Canada:
Two Stations Queueing Networks with Moving Servers, Blocking and Customer Loss
 Jinting Wang, University of Saskatchewan:
Unreliable ProductionInventory Systems with Hyperexponential Interarrival Demand Processes
 Xiao Yong Wu, University of Windsor:
An M/G/1/1 Retrial Queue
 Huiling Xiong, University of Windsor:
Inequalities for a Parking Lot Queueing Model
 Yiqiang Zhao, Carleton University:
Is alphapositivity a necessary condition on geometric tail asymptotics in twodimensional models?
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 Shelley Bull, University of Toronto:
Lessons in Tumour Classification using Gene Expression Microarrays
 Vincent Carey, Harvard University:
Genomic Exploratory Data Analysis and Modelling with R/Bioconductor
 Chris Field, Dalhousie University:
Robustness Issues in Phylogeny
 Debashis Ghosh, University of Michigan:
Clustering microarray data in cancer studies
 Gregory Gloor, University of Western Ontario:
Coevolution and mutual information of amino acid positions in protein families
 Robert Nadon, McGill University:
From Algorithms to Scientific Application: An AgeOld Issue Updated for the Genomics Era
 Robert Tibshirani, Stanford University:
Sparsity and smoothness via the Fused Lasso
 David Tritchler, University of Toronto:
A Spectral Clustering Method for Microarray Data
 Kenny Ye, State University of New York at Stony Brook:
Pooling or not pooling in microarray experiments  an experimental design point of view
 Brent Zanke, VP, Cancer Care Ontario; Ontario Cancer Research Network:
Clinical Genomics: Molecular biology meets clinical medicine
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 Amandine Aftalion, Université Pierre et Maris Curie (Paris VI):
Properties of Vortices in Rotating Bose Einstein Condensates
 Giovanni Alberti, Universita' di Pisa:
Microsctructures in a Model of Diblock Copolymers Melt
 Giles Auchmuty, University of Houston:
Variational Principles for Nonpotential Problems
 Patricia Bauman, Purdue University:
Variational Methods for Analyzing Phase Transitions in Chiral Liquid Crystals
 Fabrice Bethuel, Universite Paris VI:
A Survey on Some New Results for Travelling Waves of the GrossPitaevskii Equation
 Ivan Blank, Rutgers University:
Eliminating Mixed Asymptotics in Obstacle Type Free Boundary Problems
 Yann Brenier, Universite de NiceSophiaAntipolis:
Asymptotic Analysis of the BornInfeld Electromagnetism
 Georg Dolzmann, University of Maryland:
Nonconvex Variational Problems and Minimizing Young Measures
 Gero Friesecke, University of Warwick:
Variational Methods in Quantum Chemistry
 Nassif Ghoussoub, University of British Columbia:
A Variational Principle for Dissipative Evolution Equations
 Tiziana Giorgi, New Mexico State University:
Superconductors Surrounded by Normal Materials
 Yury Grabovsky, Temple University:
A Generalized Theorem of Chandler Davis
 Stephen Gustafson, University of British Columbia:
On the Dynamics of Vortices and Solitary Waves
 Hala Jadallah, Purdue University:
ExistenceUniquenessRegularity of timeDependent GL Equations
 Huiqiang Jiang, New York University:
Remarks on a Singular Elliptic Equations
 Xiaosong Kang, The Fields Institute:
Localization Properties for a Porous Medium Equation with Source Term
 David Kinderlehrer, Carnegie Mellon University:
The Mesoscale View of Grain Growth
 Michael Kowalczyk, Kent State University:
Vortex Filaments in the GinzburgLandau Equation
 Carmillo de Lellis, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences:
Nonlinear Versions of the BV Structure Theorem and of Vol'pert Chain
 ChiKun Lin, National ChengKung University:
Homogenization of the Dirac System
 Govind Menon, University of Wisconsin:
Dynamic Scaling in Smoluchowski's Coagulation Equation
 Maher Moakher, National Engineering School at Tunis:
Rods with microstructure as a model for doublestanded rods
 Jose A. Montero, The Fields Institute:
Stable vortex solutions to the Ginzburg Landau Energy
 Lidiya Novozhilova, Michigan State University:
Global Injectivity and Partial Regularity of Axisymmetric Minimizers in Nonlinear Elasticity
 Felix Otto, University Kassel:
Multiscale Analysis in Micromagnetism
 Etienne Sandier, Université Paris 12 Val de Marne:
Asymptotics of the Time Dependant GinzburgLandau Equations
 Sylvia Serfaty, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences:
Asymptotics of the Time Dependant GinzburgLandau Equation
 Itai Shafrir, Technion  Israel Institute of Technology:
The Logarithmic HLS Inequality for Systems on Compact Manifolds
 Didier Smets, Université de Paris 6:
Mean Curvature Flows and the Parabolic GinzburgLandau Equation
 Daniel Spirn, Brown University:
Dynamics and Instability of Elliptical Vortex Patches
 Peter Sternberg, Indiana University:
Stable Vortex Solutions to the GinzburgLandau Energy
 Gabriella Tarantello, Universita` di Roma "Tor Vergata":
Liouvilletype Equations in Gauge Field Theory
 Fridolin Ting, University of Toronto:
Stability of Pinned Vortices of the Ginzburg Landau Equations with External Potential
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 Jacques Bélair, Université de Montreal:
Oscillations, Delays and Bifurcations in Drug Delivery Systems
 Helen Byrne, University of Nottingham:
Exploiting macrophages to treat solid tumours
 Sue Ann Campbell, University of Waterloo:
Rings and Oscillators with delayed coupling
 James Drake, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto:
Cerebrospinal fluid circulation disorders  mystifying processes in need of mathematical solutions
 C. Ross Ethier, Toronto Western Research Institute:
Biomechanics, Aqueous Humour Drainage and Glaucoma
 Jon Hunter, Mt. Sinai Research Institute, Toronto:
Can Mathematics contribute to a model of illness vulnerability?
 Oliver Jensen, University of Nottingham:
Modelling the reopening of liquidlined lung airways
 Miles Johnston, University of Toronto:
Cerebrospinal fluid absorption: Do we know the basics?
 James Keener, University of Utah:
A Mechanism for the Onset of Fibrillation following a Heart Attack
 Mohammad Kohandel, University of Waterloo:
Viscoelastic modelling of hydrocephalus
 William Langford, University of Guelph:
A compartment model of CheynesStokes respiration
 Andre Longtin, University of Ottawa:
Deterministic and Stochastic Dynamics of eye movements during reading
 Michael Mackey, McGill University:
Mathematical Models of gene regulation
 Michael Mackey, McGill University:
Periodic Hematological Diseases: mathematical modelling based treatment strategies
 Sean McKee, University of Strathclyde:
Summer School  Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Biosciences and Design of Diagnostic Tools  Lecture 1
 Sean McKee, University of Strathclyde:
Summer School  Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Biosciences and Design of Diagnostic Tools  Lecture 2
 Sean McKee, University of Strathclyde:
Summer School  Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Biosciences and Design of Diagnostic Tools  Lecture 3
 Sean McKee, University of Strathclyde:
Summer School  Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Biosciences and Design of Diagnostic Tools  Lecture 4
 Sean McKee, University of Strathclyde:
Summer School  Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Biosciences and Design of Diagnostic Tools  Lecture 5
 John Milton, University of Chicago:
Delays, Noise and Acquisition Skills
 Robert Miura, New Jersey Institute of Technology:
Ion Diffusion and the Spatial Buffer Mechanism in the BrainCell Microenvironment
 Amit Oza, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto:
Cancer and challenges in treatment design
 Andrew Seely, University of Ottawa:
Complex Systems, Variability Analysis and Critical Care
 Frances Skinner, Toronto Western Research Institute:
Integration in neuroscience from a cellularbased neuronal network perspective
 Colin Studholme, University of California, San Francisco:
Detecting and Mapping Brain Shape and Shape Change in NeuroDegenerative Disease
 Hugh Wilson and Fran Wilkinson, York University:
Dynamical Models of Visual Cortex and Migraine auras
 Hongmei Zhu, University of Calgary:
Stockwell transform based noise filters in biomedical signal processing
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 Chongying Dong, University of California, Santa Cruz:
Vertex Operator Algebras and Ktheory  Lecture I
 Chongying Dong, University of California, Santa Cruz:
Vertex Operator Algebras and Ktheory  Lecture II
 Chongying Dong, University of California, Santa Cruz:
Vertex Operator Algebras and Ktheory  Lecture III
 Chongying Dong, University of California, Santa Cruz:
Vertex Operator Algebras and Ktheory  Lecture IV
 Shrawan Kumar, University of North Carolina:
KacMoody groups, their flag varieties and the Demazure character formula  Lecture I
 Shrawan Kumar, University of North Carolina:
KacMoody groups, their flag varieties and the Demazure character formula  Lecture II
 Shrawan Kumar, University of North Carolina:
KacMoody groups, their flag varieties and the Demazure character formula  Lecture III
 Shrawan Kumar, University of North Carolina:
KacMoody groups, their flag varieties and the Demazure character formula  Lecture IV
 Jie Xiao, Tsinghua University, Beijing:
Hall Algebras and Quantum Groups  Lecture I
 Jie Xiao, Tsinghua University, Beijing:
Hall Algebras and Quantum Groups  Lecture II
 Jie Xiao, Tsinghua University, Beijing:
Hall Algebras and Quantum Groups  Lecture III
 Jie Xiao, Tsinghua University, Beijing:
Hall Algebras and Quantum Groups  Lecture IV
 Saied Azam, University of Isfahan:
On the fixed point subalgebras of extended affine Lie algebras
 Yuri Bahturin, Memorial University of Newfoundland:
Group gradings on simple Lie algebras
 Punita Batra, HarishChandra Research Institute:
Representations of Twisted Multiloop Lie algebras
 Georgia Benkart, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
Lie superalgebras graded by root systems
 Geoffrey Buhl, University of California, Santa Cruz:
Rationality, regularity, and C_2 cofiniteness
 Anna Duff, York University:
Central extensions of the elementary unitary Lie superalgebra
 Dimitar Grantcharov, University of California, Riverside:
On the structure and characters of weight modules of Lie algebras and superalgebras
 Jacob Greenstein, Université Paris VI:
Path Model and Quantum Loop Models
 Robert Griess, University of Michigan:
Automorphisms of low rank VOAs of lattice type
 Gerald Hoehn, University of Freiburg:
Generalized Moonshine for the Baby Monster
 Isaiah Kantor, Lund University:
The universal graded Lie algebra and related topics
 Michael Lau, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
Bosonic and Fermionic Representations
 Haisheng Li, Rutgers University:
On certain categories of modules for affine Lie algebras
 Olivier Mathieu, Université Lyon I (Claude Bernard):
Connections on stable bundles
 Daniel Nakano, University of Georgia:
Realizing orbit closures via cohomology and representation theory
 KarlHerman Neeb, University of Darmstadt:
Abelian extensions of infinitedimensional Lie groups
 Ivan Penkov, University of California, Riverside:
gl(infty) and its representations: an intrinsic approach
 Senapati Eswara Rao, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research:
Irreducible modules for Toroidal Lie algebras
 Bertrand Remy, Université Grenoble I (Joseph Fourier):
Linear images of KacMoody groups and superrigidity
 Olivier Schiffman, Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris:
Quantum toroidal algebras and vector bundles on curves
 Matthew Szczesny, University of Philadelphia:
Orbifolding the chiral de Rham complex
 Geanina Tudose, The Fields Institute:
Quantum vertex operators for the Qfunction algebra
 Friedrich Wagemann, University of Nantes:
Crossed Modules of Lie algebras
 Weiqang Wang, University of Virginia:
Stability of the class algebras of symmetric groups and wreath products
 Robert Wendt, University of Vienna:
On representations of nonconnected loop groups
 Yoji Yoshii, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
Recent progress for Lie $G$tori
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