
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2007  June 2008.
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
May 2008
April 2008
March 2008
February 2008
January 2008
December 2007
November 2007
October 2007
September 2007
August 2007
July 2007
 September 11, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 September 25, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 October 2, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 October 9, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 October 16, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 October 23, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 November 6, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 November 20, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 November 27, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
 December 4, 2007: ManDuen Choi (Toronto), Ken Davidson (Waterloo):
Introduction to Operator Algebras
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 April 18, 2008: Leon Glass, McGill University:
Cardiac Arrhythmias  From Simple Models to the Clinic
 March 28, 2008: Lindi Wahl, University of Western Ontario:
Recurrent Viral Infection: Why Recurrence Doesn't Need a Trigger
 March 28, 2008: Beni Sahai, Cadham Provincial Lab, Manitoba:
Pathway to T Cell Memory
 January 25, 2008: David Earn, McMaster University:
Lessons from Death: Epidemiological insights from historical mortality
 January 25, 2008: David Fisman, Hospital for Sick Children:
'Old Timey Diseases' in the Here and Now: Current Status of Whooping Cough in Toronto
 November 30, 2007: Dr. Raghu Raghavan, Therataxis, LLC, Baltimore:
Aristotelian physics and brain disease
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 April 30, 2008: Leif Andersen, Bank of America Securities:
Markov modeling of seasonal commodities
 April 30, 2008: Michael Gordy, Federal Reserve Board:
Nested Simulation in Portfolio Risk Measurement
 March 26, 2008: Peter Cotton, Julius Finance Corporation:
Bowling Alone. Do Copula Models Washout?
 March 26, 2008: Roger Lee, University of Chicago:
Hedging Options on Realized Variance
 February 27, 2008: Rama Cont, Columbia University:
Calibration of portfolio credit risk models: solution of an inverse problem via intensity control
 February 27, 2008: Jim Gatheral, Merrill Lynch and Courant Institute:
Developments in Volatility Derivatives Pricing
 November 28, 2007: Michael Walker, University of Toronto:
A Calibratable Dynamic Model for CDO's: Application to LeveragedSuperSenior Tranche Valuation
 November 28, 2007: Thaleia Zariphopoulou, University of Texas Austin:
Stochastic pdes in portfolio choice
 October 31, 2007: Martin Schweizer, ETH Zurich:
Arbitragefree joint models for assets and derivatives
 October 31, 2007: David X. Li, Barclays Capital:
Dynamical Competing Risk Model for Home Equity Loan Securities
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 June 3, 2008: Timothy L. Jacobs, American Airlines:
Integrating O&D Revenue Management and Airline Scheduling Processes
 June 3, 2008: Amy Cohn, University of Michigan:
"Optimized" Airline Plans and Operational Realities
 May 6, 2008: C.T. Kelly, North Carolina State University:
Optimal Design of Municipal Water Supply Portfolios with Implicit Filtering
 May 6, 2008: Amr ElBakry, EXXON:
Optimization in the Oil and Gas Industry: the Models and the Challenges
 April 1, 2008: Saroja Polavarapu, Environment Canada:
Fourdimensional variational assimilation in the context of weather prediction
 April 1, 2008: Bartosz Protas, McMaster University:
AdjointBased Optimization in Fluid Mechanics: Theory, Computations and Industrial Applications
 March 11, 2008: Vladimir Pekar, Philips Research North America:
Image Registration in Radiation Therapy Planning
 March 11, 2008: Jan Modersitzki, McMaster University:
Numerical Methods for Image Registration
 February 5, 2008: John W. Chinneck, Carleton University:
The Maximum Feasible Subsystem Problem and Applications
 February 5, 2008: Mauricio G. C. Resende, AT&T Labs Research:
Some combinatorial optimization problems arising in telecommunications
 December 4, 2007: Peter Sturdza, Desktop Aeronautics:
Design Optimization of a Supersonic Natural Laminar Flow Business Jet
 December 4, 2007: Sivakumaran Nadarajah, McGill University:
Pushing the Limits of Optimum Shape Design for Unsteady Flows
 November 13, 2007: Andras Prekopa, Rutcor, Rutgers Center for Operations Research:
Optimization Methods in Valuation of Financial Derivatives and Financial Planning
 November 13, 2007: Reha Tutuncu,, Goldman Sachs:
Optimization and Quantitative Portfolio Management
 October 2, 2007: Eva K. Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University:
Robust Optimization to Accommodate Effects of Systematic Treatment Uncertainties
 October 2, 2007: Timothy Craig, Princess Margaret Hospital:
Accuracy in Radiation Therapy: Current Achievements, Future Solutions
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 September 11, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 September 25, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 October 2, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 October 9, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 October 16, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 October 23, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 November 6, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 November 20, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 November 27, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 December 4, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
 December 18, 2007: George Elliott (Toronto), Chris Phillips (Oregon), Mikael Rřrdam (Odense):
Structure of C*Algebras
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 September 13, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 September 27, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 October 4, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 October 11, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 October 18, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 October 25, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 November 8, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 November 22, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 November 29, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
 December 6, 2007: Roland Speicher (Queen’s), Jamie Mingo (Queen's):
Free Probability
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 November 6, 2007: Uffe Haagerup, Odense:
Free probability and the invariant subspace problem for von Neumann algebras
 November 7, 2007: Uffe Haagerup, Odense:
Free probability and the invariant subspace problem for von Neumann algebras
 November 8, 2007: Uffe Haagerup, Odense:
Free probability and the invariant subspace problem for von Neumann algebras
 April 9, 2008: Tim Gowers, University of Cambridge:
Quadratic Fourier Analysis
 April 10, 2008: Timothy Gowers, Cambridge University:
Quadratic Fourier Analysis
 April 11, 2008: Timothy Gowers, Cambridge University:
Quadratic Fourier Analysis
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 January 22, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 January 24, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 January 29, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 January 31, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 February 5, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 February 7, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 February 12, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 February 14, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 February 28, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 March 11, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 March 13, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 March 20, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 March 25, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
 March 27, 2008: Eric Sawyer, McMaster:
Function and Operator Theory
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 Gianni Arioli, Politecnico di Milano:
A Functional Analysis Approach to Computer Assisted Proofs based on Taylor Expansions
 Roberto Armellin, Politecnico di Milano:
Rigorous Global Optimization of Impulsive Planet to Planet Transfers
 Martin Berz, Michigan State University:
Taylor Model Methods  Introduction and Overview
 Martin Berz, Michigan State University:
New Algorithms for Efficient Taylor Model Operations Including Arbitrary Precision
 Pierluigi DiLizia, Politecnico di Milano:
Station Keeping around Halo Orbits and High Order Sensitivity Analysis of DAEs using Differential Algebra
 Johannes Grote, Michigan State University:
Rigorous Classification of Maifold Tangles and Bounds for Entropy
 Akitoshi Kawamura, University of Toronto:
Complexitytheoretic barriers to validated solution of initial value problems
 Kyoko Makino, Michigan State University:
Recent Advances in the Rigorous Integration of Flows of ODEs with Taylor Models
 Marcus Neher, Universitat Karlsruhe:
On the Blunting Method in Veri ed Integration of ODEs
 Sheldon Newhouse, Michigan State University:
Numerical and Rigorous Aspects of Low Dimensional Dynamical Systems
 John Pryce, Cranfield University:
DAETS: A DifferentialAlgebraic Equation Code in C++ for High Index and High Accuracy
 John Pryce, Canfield University:
On the Ilie–Corless Polynomial Complexity Proof
 Abedallah Rababah, Jordan University of Science and Technology:
High accuracy Hermite approximation for space curves in Rd
 Nathalie Revol, Universit´e de Lyon:
Automatic Adaptation of the Computing Precision
 Alexander Wittig, Michigan State University:
Computer Assisted Proof of the Existence of High Period Fixed Points in Henon Maps
 Yosef Yomdin, Weizmann Institute:
Some HighOrder TaylorModel Based Methods for Solving PDE's
 Roland Zumkeller, École Polytechnique, Paris:
MachineCheckable Correctness Proofs: Formalizing Taylor Models
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 Sem Borst, AlcatelLucent Bell Labs & Eindhoven Univ. of Techology:
Some Distributed Resource Sharing and Scheduling Problems in Wireless Networks
 Ed Knightly, Rice University:
Modeling and Experimental Validation of MultiHop Wireless Networks
 Vikram Krishnamurthy, University of British Columbia:
Global Games and Correlated Equilibria for Decentralized Spectrum Access
 Laurent Massoulie, Thomson Research:
Content Popularity and User Profiling for Content Placement in PeertoPeer VoD Systems
 Mike Neely, University of Southern California:
Dynamic Data Compression for Wireless Transmission over a Fading Channel
 Devavrat Shah, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
On Capacity Scaling in Arbitrary Wireless Networks
 Ness Shroff, Ohio State University:
Optimizing Energy Efficiency for SleepWake Enabled Sensor Networks Using "Anycasting"
 Patrick Thiran, EPFL Lausanne:
Fairness, Spatial Reuse and Phase Transition in 802.11 Networks
 Jean Walrand, University of California, Berkeley:
A Distributed Algorithm for Maximal Throughput and Optimal Fairness in Wireless Networks with a General Interference Model
 Edmund Yeh, Yale University:
Information Dissemination in Mobile Wireless Networks
 Alexandre Proutiere, Microsoft Research:
Scheduling Mobile Users in Wireless Networks
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 Paul Baum, Pennsylvania State University:
Geometric Structure in the Representation Theory of Reductive PAdic Groups
 Katia Consani, Johns Hopkins University:
The integral BCendomotive and its reduction mod. p.
 Heath Emerson, University of Victoria:
Duality in equivariant Kasparov theory
 Farzad Fathi Zadeh, University of Western Ontario:
Towards a local index formula for twisted spectral triples
 Alexander Gorokhovsky, University of Colorado, Boulder:
Algebraic index theorem for Fourier integral operators
 Eugene Ha, Johns Hopkins University:
On $Z_\infty$ structures and the BostConnes system
 Piotr M. Hajac, Polish Academy of Sciences:
Equivariant Pullbacks and Finite Free Distributive Lattices
 Nigel Higson, Pennsylvania State University:
Mackey’s analogy and admissible representations of complex semisimple groups
 Giovanni Landi, Universita` di Trieste:
Monopoles and Laplacians on quantum Hopf bundles
 Hanfeng Li, SUNY at Buffalo:
Metric aspects of Noncommutative Heisenberg manifolds
 Snigdhayan Mahanta, University of Toronto:
Noncommutative correspondence categories and homotopy groups of separable C*algebras.
 Bogdan Nica, Vanderbilt University:
Relatively spectral morphisms and applications to Ktheory
 John Phillips, University of Victoria:
An Index Theory for Certain Gauge Invariant KMS States on $C^*$algebras
 Jorge Plazas, IHES:
Heisenberg modules and arithmetic properties of noncommutative tori
 Raphaël Ponge, University of Toronto:
Noncommutative geometry and lower dimensional volumes in Riemannian geometry
 Arash Pourkia, University of Western Ontario:
Hopfcyclic cohomology in braided monoidal categories
 Marc Rieffel, University of California Berkeley:
Dirac operators for coadjoint orbits
 Xiang Tang, Washington University:
Algebraic higher index theoremang
 Boris Tsygan, Northwestern University:
Deformation quantization of Lagrangian submanifolds
 Raimar Wulkenhaar, Westfälischen WilhelmsUniversität Münster:
A spectral triple for harmonic oscillator Moyal space
 YiJun Yao, Vanderbilt University:
Some results on RankinCohen deformations
 Erik Guentner, University of Hawaii at Manoa:
Decomposition complexity of metric spaces
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 Tim Austin, University of California, Los Angeles:
A very brief look at the Density HalesJewett Theorem
 Antal Balog, Georgia Tech:
Low degree tests at large distances
 Vitaly Bergelson, Ohio State University:
Generalized polynomials and an Extension of the Polynomial Szemeredi Theorem
 Jean Bourgain, IAS:
Talk on recent work
 Jean Bourgain, Institute for Advanced Study:
Invariant measures and stiffness for non Abelian actions on tori
 Boris Bukh, Princeton University:
Sums of dilates
 MeiChu Chang, UC Riverside:
Talk on recent work
 Alina Cojocaru, IllinoisChicago:
The Koblitz Conjecture on average
 Kevin Costello, IAS:
Talk on recent work
 Nikos Frantzikinakis, Memphis:
Szemerédi's theorem, Hardy sequences, and nilmanifolds
 Gregory Freiman, Tel Aviv University:
On a detailed structure of sumsets and difference sets
 Weidong Gao, Nankai University:
Zerosum Problems in Abelian Groups
 Alexander Gamburd, University of California, San Diego:
Talk on recent work
 Alexey Glibichuk, Moscow State University:
Additive properties of product sets in finite fields
 Ron Graham, University of California, San Diego:
Some Ramsey results for the ncube
 Andrew Granville, Montreal:
Talk on recent work
 Ben Green, Cambridge University:
Exponential sums and Gowers Norms in finite field models
 Harald Helfgott, University of Bristol:
Growth in SL_3
 Bernard Host, MarnelaVallee:
Nilsequences in ergodic theory (joint work with B. kra)
 Alex Iosevich, MissouriColumbia:
Distribution of dot products in vector spaces in finite fields and applications to problems in additive number theory and geometric combinatorics
 Mihalis Kolountzakis, University of Crete:
The discrepancy of a needle on a checkerboard
 Vsevolod Lev, University of Haifa at Oranim:
On the number of popular differences
 YuRu Liu, University of Waterloo:
Vinogradov's mean value theorem in function fields
 Máté Matolcsi, Renyi Institute:
Talk on recent work
 Jaroslav Nesetril, Prague:
Talk on recent work
 Alex Samorodnitsky, Hebrew University:
Low degree tests at large distances
 Tom Sanders, Institute for Advanced Study:
Chowla's cosine problem in abelian groups
 ChunYen Shen, Indiana:
Quantitative sumproduct estimates
 Matthew Smith, University of Georgia:
On solutionfree sets for simultaneous additive equations
 Jozsef Solymosi, University of British Columbia:
Talk on recent work
 Yonutz Stanchescu, Open University of Israel:
On the exact structure of multidimensional sets with small doubling property
 Balazs Szegedy, University of Toronto:
The symmetry preserving regularity and removal lemmas
 Endre Szemeredi, Rutgers:
Talk on recent work
 Terry Tao, University of California, Los Angeles:
The MobiusNilsequences conjecture
 Terry Tao, University of California, Los Angeles:
Talk on recent work
 Akshay Venkatesh, Courant:
Random permutations in number theory
 Van Vu, Rutgers University:
Talk on recent work
 Mate Wierdl, Memphis:
Bases of integers and Hardy fields
 Philip Matchett Wood, Rutgers:
Polynomial Frieman isomorphisms
 Trevor Wooley, University of Bristol:
A singular approach to solving quintic equations
 Tamar Ziegler, Technion:
Polynomial patterns in primes
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 Vitaly Bergelson, Ohio State University:
10 open problems on positive definite functions
 Cirprian Demeter, IAS and University of Indiana:
Bounds for the two dimensional bilinear Hilbert transform
 Michael Bateman, Indiana UniversityBloomington:
Maximal averages along onevariable vector fields
 Jim Colliander, University of Toronto:
Weak turbulence for cubic NLS on the two dimensional torus
 Burak Erdogan, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Nearlinear evolution for 1D periodic NLS
 Sushrut Gautam, University of California, Los Angeles:
A criticalexponent BalianLow theorem
 Michael Goldberg, Johns Hopkins University:
Strichartz estimates in the presence of an oscillating electromagnetic field
 Loukas Grafakos, University of Missouri at Columbia:
Rough and rougher singular integrals
 Allan Greenleaf, University of Rochester:
Estimates for Fourier integral operators with both singular symbols and folds
 Derrick Hart, University of MissouriColumbia:
SumProduct Theory in Finite Fields
 Steve Hofmann, University of Missouri, Columbia:
Layer potentials for complex divergence form equations
 Alexandru Ionescu, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
Semilinear Schrodinger flows on hyperbolic spaces: scattering in H^1
 Doowon Koh, University of MissouriColumbia:
Extension theorems for paraboloids in the finite field setting
 Michael Lacey, Georgia Tech:
The Small Ball Inequality in all Dimensions
 Xiaochun Li, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign:
Some problems on bilinear oscillatory integrals along curves
 Neil Lyall, University of Georgia, Athens:
Polynomial configurations in difference sets
 Akos Magyar, University of Georgia, Athens:
A coloring problem for squares
 Vladimir Mazya, Ohio State University:
Higher order elliptic equations in general domains
 Detlef Muller, ChristianAlbrechtsUniversitt zu Kiel:
Sharp Lpestimates for maximal operators for p > 2 , oscillation indices and a Fourier restriction theorem associated to hypersurfaces in R3
 Camil Muscalu, Cornell University:
On an interesting multiparameter structure in harmonic analysis and its connection to the theory of differential equations
 Alexander Nagel, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
A covering lemma for certain monomial polyhedra
 Richard Oberlin, University of California, Los Angeles:
Some estimates for the Xray transform
 Carlos Perez, University of Seville:
Sharp weighted endpoint estimates for CalderonZygmund Singular Integral Operators
 Lillian Pierce, Princeton University:
Discrete fractional integral operators
 Jill Pipher, Brown University:
Some remarks on absolute continuity of elliptic measure
 Keith Rogers, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid:
Mixednorm estimates for the free Schrodinger equation
 Raanan Schul, University of California, Los Angeles:
Towards uniform rectifiability in a general metric space
 Andreas Seeger, University of Wisconsin, Madison:
Radial Fourier multipliers and a local smoothing inequality
 Hart Smith, University of Washington:
L^p bounds for eigenfunctions for Lipschitz metrics
 Christoph Thiele, University of California, Los Angeles:
A modulation invariant bilinear variant of the T(1) theorem
 Rodolfo Torres, University of Kansas:
New maximal functions and commutator and weighted estimates for the multlinear CalderónZygmund theory
 Ana Vargas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid:
Null form estimates for the wave equation
 Alexander Volberg, Michigan State University, East Lansing:
Electrostatic field with finitely many charges: the sharp estimates of the size of the level sets
 Xiangjin Xu, Binghamton University:
Upper and lower bounds for normal derivatives of spectral clusters of Dirichlet Laplacian
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 Anton Alekseev, University of Geneva:
Pure spinors on Lie groups
 Denis Auroux, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Mirror symmetry in the complement of an anticanonical divisor
 Hans Duistermaat, University of Utrecht:
QRT maps and elliptic surfaces
 Marco Gualtieri, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Generalized complex 4manifolds
 Victor Guillemin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Some theorems in Math I and Physics I revisited
 Victor Guillemin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Semiclassical Birkhoff canonical forms
 Tamás Hausel, Oxford University:
Toric NonAbelian Hodge Theory
 Richard Melrose, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Semiclassical quantization and index theorems
 Reyer Sjamaar, Cornell University:
Divided difference operators in equivariant cohomology
 Shlomo Sternberg, Harvard University:
Lecture 1: Internal supersymmetry and the standard model of elementary particle physics
 Shlomo Sternberg, Harvard University:
Lecture 2: Internal supersymmetry and the standard model of elementary particle physics
 Shlomo Sternberg, Harvard University:
Lecture 3: Internal supersymmetry and the standard model of elementary particle physics
 Susan Tolman, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Simplified formulae for generalized Shubert calculus
 Alejandro Uribe, University of Michigan:
An overview of some recent semiclassical results
 Steve Zelditch, Johns Hopkins University:
Kähler quantization and the homogeneous Monge Ampčre equation
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 Mohammed Ali, Memorial University:
Best Constants in Sobolev Inequalities
 Alexander Borichev, Bordeaux:
Uniqueness theorems for (sub)harmonic functions
 Ken Davidson, Waterloo:
A Constrained NevanlinnaPick Interpolation Problem
 Xuan Duong, Macquarie University:
Boundedness of Riesz Transforms of Magnetic Schr\"odinger Operators
 Lingling Fan, Memorial University:
Strongly clean property +and stable range one of rings
 Tuomas Hytonen, University of Helsinki:
Kato's square root problem in Banach spaces
 Michael Jury, University of Florida:
Operatorvalued Herglotz kernels and functions of positive real part on the ball
 Nir Lev, TelAviv University:
Span of translates in L^p(R), and zeros of Fourier transform
 Tao Mei, Texas AM University:
Tent Spaces associated with semigroup of operators
 Artur Nicolau, Barcelona:
Approximation by Interpolating Blaschke Products
 Kasso Okoudjou, University of Maryland:
Local wellposedness of nonlinear dispersive equations on modulation spaces
 Richard Rochberg, WUSTL:
Capacity, Carleson Measures, and Boundary Behavior
 Sergei Treil, Brown:
Corona, Ideals and Bellman Function
 Tavan Trent, University of Alabama:
An algorithm for corona solutions (with bounds) for $H ^\infty (D)$
 Ignacio UriarteTuero, University of Missouri:
Removability problems for bounded, BMO and H\"{o}lder quasiregular mappings
 Alexander Volberg, Michigan:
Uniqueness Theorem for Cauchy Potential
 Dechao Zheng, Vanderbilt University:
Beurling type theorem on the Bergman space via the Hardy space of the bidisk
 Michael Lacey, Georgia Tech:
Problem Session
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 David Blecher, University of Houston:
Operator space methods for operator algebras
 Matthew Daws, University of Leeds:
Quantum compactifications of the Fourier algebra
 Georgios Eleftherakis, University of Athens:
Morita type equivalences for dual operator algebras
 Brian Forrest, University of Waterloo:
Operator Spaces and Ideals in the Fourier Algebra
 Gastón García, Ciudad Universitaria:
Quantum subgroups of a simple quantum group at roots of 1
 Uffe Haagerup, University of Southern Denmark:
Classification of hyperfinite factors up to completely bounded isomorphisms of their preduals
 Zhiguo Hu, University of Windsor:
Multipliers and the second dual of a Banach algebra
 Monica Ilie, Lakehead University:
Extensions of Fourier algebra homomorphisms
 Marius Junge, University of Chicago, UrbanaChampaign:
Embedding problems for subspaces of Lp
 Malgorzata Konwerska, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Law of the Iterated Logarithm in Noncommutative Probability Spaces
 Hun Hee Lee, University of Waterloo:
Finite dimensional subspaces of noncommutative L_p spaces
 Christian LeMerdy, University of FrancheComté:
Dilations on noncommutative Lpspaces
 Françoise LustPiquard, Universite de CergyPontoise:
Generalized OrnsteinUhlenbeck semigroups on stratified groups
 Tao Mei, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Noncommutative H^1 and BMO spaces
 Magdalena Musat, University of Memphis:
The EffrosRuan conjecture for bilinear forms on C¤algebras
 Timur Oikhberg, University of California, Irvine:
Representations of Banach algebras as algebras of completely bounded maps
 Narutaka Ozawa, University of California, Los Angeles:
On a class of II_1 factors with at most one Cartan subalgebra
 Javier Parcet, CSIC:
Mixednorm inequalities and a transference method
 Volker Runde, University of Alberta:
Reiter's property (P_1) for locally compact quantum groups
 Piotr Soltan, University of Warsaw:
On the Heisenberg double
 Nico Spronk, University of Waterloo:
Convolutions on compact groups and Fourier algebras of coset spaces
 Reiji Tomatsu, University of Tokyo:
Poisson boundaries of random walks on duals of qdeformed classical compact Lie groups
 Stefaan Vaes, K.U.Leuven:
Boundaries of discrete quantum groups
 Leonid Vainerman, University of Caen:
Twisting of locally compact quantum groups. Deformation of the Haar measure
 Quanhua Xu, University of FrancheComté:
Completely 1summing maps between some homogeneous Hilbertian operator spaces
 Khye Loong Yew, University of Toronto:
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 Claire AnantharamanDelaroche, Université d'Orléans:
On the noncommutative GC. Rota dilation theorem
 Marta Asaeda, University of California, Riverside:
Nonexistense of finite depth subfactors with certain small indices
 Nate Brown, Pennsylvania State University:
Embeddings into R^\omega
 Ionut Chifan:
University of California, Los Angeles
 Ken Dykema, Texas A&M University:
Horn's inequalities and Connes' embedding problem
 Shamindra Ghosh, Vanderbilt University:
The planar algebra of the grouptype subfactors of Bisch and Haagerup
 Thierry Giordano, University of Ottawa:
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 Uffe Haagerup, University of Southern Denmark:
Solution of the EffrosRuan conjecture for bilinear forms on C*algebras
 Cyril Houdayer, University of California, Los Angeles:
Another construction of type II_1 factors with a prescribed countable fundamental group
 Adrian Ioana, Caltech:
Cocycle superrigidity for profinite actions of Kazhdan groups
 Kenley Jung, University of California, Los Angeles:
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 Yasuyuki Kawahigashi, University of Tokyo:
Superconformal field theory and operator algebras
 Magdalena Musat, University of Memphis:
Classification of hyperfinite factors up to completely bounded isomorphism of their predual
 Remus Nicoara, University of Tennessee:
Subfactors and Hadamard Matrices
 Narutaka Ozawa, University of California, Los Angeles:
On a class of II_1 factors with at most one Cartan subalgebra
 Emily Peters, University of California, Berkeley:
Constructing the Haagerup Subfactor with Planar Algebras
 Jesse Peterson, University of California, Berkeley:
Group cocycles into the left regular representation and applications to II_1 factors
 Mikael Pichot, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques:
Intermediate rank and property RD
 Sorin Popa, University of California, Los Angeles:
Some open problems on II_1 factors of group actions
 Dan Shiber, University of California, Los Angeles:
CCR random matrix models with potential
 Dimitri Shlyakhtenko, University of California, Los Angeles:
Algebras of qsemicircular elements and free stochastic calculus
 Roland Speicher, Queen's University:
Operatorvalued Semicircular Elements: at the Intersection of Combinatorics, Random Matrix Theory and Complex Analysis
 Andreas Thom, GeorgAugustUniversität Göttingen:
Group cocycles and affiliated operators
 Yoshimichi Ueda, Kyushu University:
Orbital free entropy and Its dimension counterpart
 Stefaen Vaes, K.U.Leuven:
Explicit computations of all finite index bimodules for a family of II_1 factors
 Hans Wenzl, University of California, San Diego:
Subgroup type subfactors and twisted KacMoody algebras
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 Bruce Blackadar, University of Nevada, Reno:
Nonstable KTheory for Free Products
 Etienne Blanchard, Institut de Math de Jussieu:
Proper infiniteness and K_1 injectivity (joint work with R. Rohde and M. Rordam)
 Florin Boca, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Continued Fractions and Operator Algebras
 Nate Brown, Pennsylvania State University:
Metric space associated with tracial C*algebras
 Marius Dadarlat, Purdue University:
The homotopy groups of the automorphism group of Kirchberg algebras
 Siegfried Echterhoff, Westfälische WilhelmsUniversität:
Ktheoretic fibrations (based on joint work with Herve OyonoOyono and Ryszard Nest)
 Sřren Eilers, University of Copenhagen:
Semiprojectivity of noncommutative CWcomplexes
 George Elliott, University of Toronto:
Is classification a chimera?
 Guihua Gong, University of Puerto Rico:
Geometrization of Strong Novikov conjecture for residually finite groups
 Ilan Hirshberg, Ben Gurion University:
Finite group actions on the JiangSu algebra
 Masaki Izumi, Kyoto University:
Classification Z2 actions on the Kirchberg algebras
 Chunlan Jiang, Hebei Normal University:
A Complete Classification of AI algebras And AC Structure of AH algebras with ideal property
 Takeshi Katsura, University of Toronto:
Generic automorphisms of approximately divisible AF algebras satisfy the Rohlin property
 David Kerr, Texas A&M University:
Dynamics and perforation
 Eberhard Kirchberg, HumboldtUniversität zu Berlin:
Strong ``UCT'' classes of nonsimple C*algebras
 Alex Kumjian, University of Nevada:
kmorphs
 Nadia Larsen, University of Oslo:
Hecke C*algebras of semidirect products and KMSstates
 Huaxin Lin, University of Oregon:
Applications of the Elliott program
 Hiroki Matui, Chiba University:
Z2  actions on UHF algebras
 Ralf Meyer, Universität Göttingen:
Computing Kirchberg’s bivariant Ktheory
 Zhuang Niu, University of Calgary:
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 Narutaka Ozawa, University of California, Los Angeles:
Weak amenability of hyperbolic groups
 Cornel Pasnicu, University of Puerto Rico:
Purely infinite C*algebras of real rank zero
 Francesc Perera, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona:
Representing abstract semigroups as semigroups of projections of C*algebras
 Christopher Phillips, University of Oregon:
Towards Zstability of direct limits of recursive subhomogeneous C*algebras
 Leonel Robert, Fields Institute:
Cuntz semi group of ideals and quotients and a generalized kasparov stabilization theorem
 Mikael Rřrdam, University of Southern Denmark:
The JiangSu algebra revisited
 Klaus Thomsen, Aarhus University:
On the homoclinic and heteroclinic C*algebras of expansive dynamical systems
 Andrew Toms, York University:
Topological vs. Matricial dimension in C*algebras
 Simon Wassermann, University of Glasgow:
MASAs, tensor products and the extension property
 Wilhelm Winter, University of Nottingham:
Localizing the Elliott conjecture
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 Tomek Bartoszynski, Boise State University:
Around the Borel Conjecture
 Jörg Brendle, Kobe University:
Distinguishing groupwise density numbers
 Alan Dow, University of North Carolina:
Maps and special points of remainders
 Todd Eisworth, Ohio University:
Clubguessing and Coloring Theorems
 Rüdiger Göebel, Universität DuisburgEssen:
Decompositions of reflexive groups and Martin's axiom
 Yuri Gurevich, Microsoft Research:
Zeroone laws in discrete mathematics
 Neil Hindman, Howard University:
A New and Stronger Central Sets Theorem
 Bart Kastermans, University of WisconsinMadison:
Generating sets for cofinitary groups.
 Heike Mildenberger, Universität Wien:
New Partial Orders with Good Ramsey Properties
 Arnold W. Miller, University of WisconsinMadison:
The axiom of choice and the Borel hierarchy
 Bruce Sagan, Michigan State University:
Monotonic Sequence Games
 Andre Scedrov, University of Pennsylvania:
Formal Analysis of Kerberos 5 Authentication Protocol
 Gary Weiss, University of Cincinnati:
B(H)Ideals: Recent Advances and Questions beyond BlassWeiss
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 Greg Anderson, University of Minnesota:
Ubiquity of algebraic Stieltjes transforms
 Teodor Banica, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse:
Free probabilistic aspects of quantum algebra
 Dror BarNatan, University of Toronto:
A Very NonPlanar Very Planar Algebra
 Dietmar Bisch, Vanderbilt University:
Subfactors and Planar Algebras
 Benoit Collins, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and Ottawa:
Weingarten calculus on enveloping algebras and noncommutative random matrices
 Valentin Feray, Université de Marne La Vallée Paris Est:
Combinatorial description of Kerov's character polynomials
 Pinhas Grossman, Vanderbilt University:
Intermediate subfactors
 Alice Guionnet, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon:
Matrix models and Map enumerations
 Ved Prakash Gupta, Institute of Mathematical Sciences:
Planar algebra of the subgroupsubfactor
 Uffe Haagerup, University of Southern Denmark:
Unbounded Rdiagonal elements and applications to invariant subspaces
 Vaughan Jones, University of California, Berkeley:
The graded algebras of a planar algebra
 Greg Kuperberg, University of California at Davis:
Quantum central limit theorems
 Zeph Landau, The City College of New York:
Quantum Computation, the Jones Polynomial, and Tensor networks
 Roland Speicher/Jamie Mingo, Queen's University:
Free probability and noncrossing partitions
 Alexandru Nica, University of Waterloo:
Evolution towards boxplusinfinite divisibility in several variables
 Sandrine Péché, University of Grenoble:
Universality results for the largest eigenvalue of sample covariance matrices
 Dima Shlyakhtenko, University of California, Los Angeles:
Free stochastic calculus and its applications
 Piotr Sniady, University of Wroclaw:
Free probability and asymptotic representation theory of symmetric groups
 Alexander Soshnikov, University of California, Davis:
Spectral properties of Large Random Matrices with Independent NonGaussian Entries
 Toufic Suidan, University of California Santa Cruz:
Fluctuations in the symmetric PNG process with a source
 Balint Virag, University of Toronto:
Continuum limits of random matrices
 Dan Voiculescu, University of California, Berkeley:
Aspects of free analysis
 Kevin Walker, Project Q, Microsoft, UCSB:
TQFT completions of the annular TemperleyLieb category
 Feng Xu, University of California, Riverside:
On representing some lattices as lattices of intermediate subfactors of finite index
 Ofer Zeitouni, University of Minnesota:
Consequences of ergodicity for some translation invariant determinantal processes and their approximations
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 Didier Auroux, University of Toulouse:
Back and forth nudging algorithm for data assimilation problems
 Frank Baier, German Aerospace Center:
The impact of ground based ozone monitoring on stratospheric ozone assessments: A case study using sequential and variational data assimilation
 Mark P. Baldwin, Northwest Research Associates:
How will a changing stratosphere affect highlatitude climate?
 Craig Benson, UMBC:
Detection of Antarctic Ice Polar Stratospheric Clouds from AIRS Assimilation
 Pablo Canziani (in absentia – presented by E. Farahani), University of Toronto:
StratosphereTroposphere Coupling Studies at High Southern Latitudes and Antarctic Historic Data Analysis
 Richard L. Collins, University of Alaska Fairbanks:
PanArctic Study of the Coupled Tropospheric Stratospheric and Mesospheric Circulation
 Ronald M. Errico, UMBC:
General Characteristics of Stratospheric Singular Vectors
 Jean de Grandpré, Environment Canada:
On the extraction of wind information from the 4Dvar assimilation of chemical constituents
 V. Lynn Harvey, University of Colorado:
The mesospheric polar vortices in GEOS, WACCM, SABER, and EOSMLS
 Michaela I. Hegglin, University of Toronto:
The benefits of inline advection  Assessing the transport characteristics of the CMAMDAS
 Karl Hoppel, Naval Research Laboratory:
Stratospheric and Mesospheric Assimilation using the NOGAPSALPHA/NAVDAS forecast model
 Mike Keil, Met Office:
Impact of Different Representations of Ozone on Tropospheric Weather Forecasts
 Heiner Körnich, University of Stockholm:
Equatorial waves as a balance relationship in global data assimilation
 Ruth S. Lieberman, Northwest Research Associates, Inc.:
Intercomparison and fusion of EOS/MLS and TIMED/SABER temperatures
 Gloria Manney, Jet Propulsion Laboratory & NM Tech University:
NearRealTime Processing Plans for Aura MLS Data for Use in Data Assimilation
 Gloria Manney, Jet Propulsion Laboratory & NM Tech University:
Polar Stratopause and Tropopause Evolution and Transport and Implications for Assimilated Analyses
 Charles McLandress, University of Toronto:
An overview of the dynamics of the mesosphere and lower thermosphere
 Richard Menard, Environment Canada:
Coupled chemistrydynamics data assimilation
 Lisa Neef, KNMI:
Gravity Waves in FourDimensional Data Assimilation
 Yulia Nezlin, University of Toronto:
A study of the CMAM_DAS using simulated observations
 Shuzhan Ren, University of Toronto:
The constraint of data assimilation in the stratosphere and troposphere on mesospheric motions
 Matt Reszka, Environment Canada:
New 3DVar Dynamical Constraints at Environment Canada
 Yves Rochon, Environment Canada:
3DFGAT assimilation of MIPASIMK and GOMOS chemical data
 Adam Scaife, Met Office:
Stratospheric influences on surface winter climate and prospects for seasonal forecasting
 Jörg Schwinger, University of Cologne:
Cross validation of MIPAS/SAGE II and MIPAS/HALOE trace gas observations by means of four dimensional variational assimilation
 Kimberly Strong, University of Toronto:
Investigating Middle Atmospheric Chemistry at the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL)
 Kris Wargan, GSFC, SAIC:
Variability of Assimilated Ozone in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere
 Valery A. Yudin, NCAR:
Constraining Zonal Mean Flow and Diurnal Tide by Spaceborne Data
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 Ramon AlonsoSanz, Polytechnic University. of Madrid:
Cellular Automata with Memory
 Franco Bagnoli, University of Florence:
Boolean Derivatives, Chaos and Synchronization in Cellular Automata
 Silvio Capobianco, Reykjavik University:
Surjectivity and surjunctivity of cellular automata in Besicovitch topology
 Vittoria Colizza, Institute for Scientific Interchange in Turin:
Are global epidemics predictable? The SARS case study
 Vahid DabbaghianAbdoly, Simon Fraser University:
A Cellular Automata Model of the Spread of HIV in a Community of Injection Drug Users
 Andreas Deutsch, Technical University Dresden:
Cellular automaton modelling of spatiotemporal pattern formation in interacting cell systems
 Witold Dzwinel, Agh University Of Science And Technology:
Can the spatially extended populations replicate the logistic map?
 Samira El Yacoubi, University of Perpignan:
A Cellular Automata Approach for DiscreteTime Distributed Parameter Systems
 Nazim Fatčs, University Nancy 1:
Prolegomena to a theory of asynchronous and probabilistic cellular automata
 Paola Flocchini, University of Ottawa:
Cellular Automata and Dynamic Monopolies
 Eric Goles, Universidad Adolfo Ibańez:
Parallel and Serial Dynamics in Boolean Networks
 Janusz A. Hołyst, Warsaw University of Technology:
Selforganized criticality and coevolution of network structure and dynamics
 Katsunobu Imai, Hiroshima University:
On the influence of symmetries and neighborhoods on constructing two dimensional numberconserving cellular automata rules
 Brunon Kaminski, Nicolaus Copernicus University:
Spacetime directional Lyapunov exponents for cellular automata
 Raymond Kapral, University of Toronto:
Simple Dynamics for Complex Systems
 Maria Elena Lárraga, UAEM:
Traffic flow based on safety embedded notions
 Pietro Lio, University of Cambridge:
Simulating the spread of infectious disease using a spatial, agent based model
 Danuta Makowiec, University of Gdansk:
On cellular automata modeling of cardiac pacemaker
 Matthew Macauley, University of California, Santa Barbara:
Order Independence in Asynchronous Cellular Automata
 Angelo B. Mingarelli, Carleton University:
A classification scheme of fuzzy cellular automata with applications to ECA
 Juan Carlos Seck Tuoh Mora, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo:
Computational implementation of De Bruijn networks and the calculus of preimages in several steps for onedimensional cellular automata.
 Kenichi Morita, Hiroshima University:
On universal 1d reversible cellular automata
 Henning S. Mortveit, Virginia Tech:
Phase Space Equivalences of Sequential Dynamical Systems
 Katsuhiko Nakamura, Tokyo Denki University:
Towards a Basis for Parallel Language Recognition by Cellular Automata
 Hidenosuke Nishio, Kyoto University:
Fix a Local Function and Change Neighborhoods
 Pedro P.B. de Oliveira, University Presbiteriana Mackenzie:
Evolutionary computation techniques to look for cellular automata rules
 Marcus Pivato, Trent University:
Emergent Defect Dynamics in Twodimensional Cellular Automata
 Edward Powley, University of York:
Classifying cellular automata by automorphisms of transition diagrams
 David Pritchard, University of Waterloo:
Efficient DivideandConquer Simulations Of Symmetric FSAs
 Raul Rechtman, UNAM:
Entropy and Chaos in a Discrete Hydrodynamical System
 Klaus Sutner, Carnegie Mellon University:
Classification and Complexity
 Burton Voorhees, Athabasca University:
Transformations of Binary Valued Additive Rules
 Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University:
The CellDEVS formalism: modeling and simulating discreteevent cell spaces
 Thomas Worsch, University of Karlsruhe:
How to achieve universality in a CA using the same local rule but different neighborhoods
 Reem Yassawi, Trent University:
Emulating Substitution Shifts using Cellular Automata
 Jian Yuan, Tsinghuan University:
Applying cellular automata in topology control of wireless sensor networks
 JeanBaptiste Yunčs, Université Paris Diderot:
New extensions to some firing squad synchronization solutions
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 Luigi Accardi, Universita di Roma ``Tor Vergata'':
Quantum Markovianity: a survey
 Alexis Alevras, Naval Academy, Annapolis:
Order and Equivalence of Endomorphism Semigroups
 Anshelevich, Texas A&M:
Free Meixner semigroups
 William Arveson, UC Berkeley:
The noncommutative Choquet boundary
 Berndt Brenken, University of Calgary:
Topological Quivers as Multiplicity Free Relations
 Nate Brown, Penn State:
Toward the C*classification of classical dynamical systems
 Fabio Cipriani, Politecnico di Milano:
Differential Calculus and Fredholm Modules on Dirichlet spaces
 Dennis Courtney, UC Berkeley:
Lifting endomorphisms to automorphisms
 Kenneth Davidson, University of Waterloo:
Operator algebras for multivariable dynamics
 Santanu Dey, ErnstMoritzArndt Universitat:
Constrained Liftings
 Dorin Dutkay, University of Central Florida:
Covariant representations in wavelet theory
 David Evans, Cardiff University:
Modular Invariants
 Ruy Exel, University of Santa Catarina:
A new look at the CrossedProduct of a C*algebra by a Semigroup of Endomorphisms
 Rolf Gohm, University of Reading:
Characteristic Functions of Liftings and Applications to Completely Positive Maps
 Ilan Hirshberg, Ben Gurion University:
Permanence properties of strongly selfabsorbing C*algebras
 Masaki Izumi, Kyoto University:
Type III factors distinguish type III E0semigroups
 Palle Jorgensen, University of Iowa:
Uses of operator algebraic methods in dynamics and in wavelet algorithms
 Richard Kadison, University of Pennsylvania:
Means of Unitary Operators Revisited
 Claus Koestler, Carleton University:
On endomorphisms of von Neumann algebras from braid group representations
 David Kribs, University of Guelph:
Some Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Error Correction
 Marcelo Laca, University of Victoria:
Symmetries and equilibrium in Cdynamical systems
 Roberto Longo, Universita di Roma ``Tor Vergata'':
Real Hilbert Spaces, SL(2,R), Modular Theory and CFT
 Daniel Markiewicz, Technion  I.I.T.:
The Gauge Group of a Strongly Spatial E0semigroup
 Hiroyuki Osaka, Ritsumeikan University, Kusatsu:
Inclusion of C*algebras
 Robert Powers, University of Pennsylvania:
Comparison theory for E0semigroups
 Geoffrey Price, US Naval Academy:
On some E0semigroups induced from CPflows
 Ian Putnam, University of Victoria:
C*algebras from hyperbolic dynamical systems
 Orr Shalit, Technion  I.I.T.:
E0dilation of a pair of strongly commuting CP0 semigroups
 Kalyan Sinha, ISI Kolkata:
Quantum Dynamical Semigroups and their Stochastic Dilations
 Michael Skeide, Universita degli Studi del Molise:
Products Systems and Quantum Dynamics
 Baruch Solel, Technion  I.I.T.:
Operator Algebras Associated with Unitary Commutation Relations
 Raman Srinivasan, Chennai Mathematical Institute:
Generalized CCR Flows
 Boris Tsirelson, Tel Aviv University:
Automorphisms of the type II Arveson system of Warren’s noise
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 Tom Baird, University of Toronto:
Moduli spaces of flat connections over nonorientable surfaces
 Georg Biedermann, University of Western Ontario:
Homotopy nnilpotent groups
 Fred Cohen, University of Rochester:
Interactions between momentangle complexes and classifying spaces
 Don Davis, Lehigh University:
From invariant theory to homotopy groups
 NanKuo Ho, National ChengKung University:
YangMills connections over a nonorientable surface
 Lisa Jeffrey, University of Toronto:
Connectedness of moment maps on based loop groups
 David Klein, University of Toronto:
Goldman flows on the moduli space of flat $SU(2)$connections over a nonorientable surface
 Derek Krepski, University of Toronto:
Obstruction to Prequantization
 Jonathan Scott, University of Ottawa:
"The category of Lieinfinity algebras via corings over operads."
 Paul Selick, University of Toronto:
Anick's fibration: 15 years later
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 Sue Becker, McMaster University:
Understanding hippocampalcortical interactions in memory, sleep and dreaming: linking computational theory to largescale brain dynamics
 Ron Calabrese, Emory University:
A future for experimental models?
 Doug Crawford, Centre for Vision Research, York University:
Levels of theory in Sensorimotor Neuroscience
 André Longtin, University of Ottawa:
Active sensory dynamics
 Jonathan Rubin, University of Pittsburg:
From the Evans function to deep brain stimulation and back
 Hugh Wilson, Centre for Vision Research, York University:
Binocular rivalry: Waves, Feedback, Hysteresis & Perceptual Memory
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 Noam Alperin, University of Illinois at Chicago:
"MRI based noninvasive measurement of intracranial compliance: direct vs. modeling based approach."
 Nikos P. Chrisochoides, College of William and Mary:
Near RealTime NonRigid Registration of pre and intraoperative MRI for Image Guided Neurosurgery
 Benjamin Cohen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:
A MechanicsBased Framework Leading to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hydrocephalus
 Corina Drapaca, University of Waterloo:
Application of Potential Theory to MR Elastography
 Michael Egnor, Stony Brook University:
Modeling of Phase, Amplitude and Transfer Function of Carotid Arterial Pulse Pressure and Intracranial Pulse Pressure in Dogs
 Richard L. Ehman, Mayo Clinic:
Magnetic Resonance Elastography by Direct MR Visualization of Propagating Shear Waves
 Miles Johnston, University of Toronto:
In search of mechanisms to explain ventricular expansion in communicating hydrocephalus
 David Levine, NYU Medical Center:
Intracranial Pressure in Hydrocephalus
 David Levine, NYU Medical Center:
The Syrinx as a Biological Pothole
 Joseph Madsen, Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School:
Intracranial pulsations and their characteristics in hydrocephalus: inferences from the frequency domain
 Susan Margulies, University of Pennsylvania:
Mechanical Properties of Brain Tissue
 Anthony Marmarou, Virginia Commonwealth University:
Vascular component of ICP,
 Pat McAllister, Wayne State University School of Medicine:
Probable Cellular Influences on the Biomechanical Properties of the Brain: The “Sponge” Changes during Hydrocephalus
 Richard Penn, University of Chicago:
Physics of Hydrocephalus
 Harold L. Rekate, University of Arizona:
All Forms Of Hydrocephalus Can Be Explained By Derangements of Bulk Flow 30 Years of Research Driven By A Bulk Flow Model
 Mark Wagshul, SUNY Stony Brook:
Intracranial flow and pressure: What can we measure?
 Kathleen Wilkie, University of Waterloo:
A Pulsatile Cerebrospinal Fluid Model for Hydrocephalus
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