
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2008  June 2009.
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 2009
May 2009
March 2009
January 2009
November 2008
October 2008
September 2008
August 2008
July 2008
 September 29, 2008: ShouWu Zhang, Columbia University:
Periods, Heights, Lvalues
 September 30, 2008: ShouWu Zhang, Columbia University:
Periods, Heights, Lvalues
 October 1, 2008: ShouWu Zhang, Columbia University:
Periods, Heights, Lvalues
 August 6, 2008: Martin Nowak, Harvard:
Somatic Evolution of Cancer
 August 7, 2008: Martin Nowak, Harvard:
Evolution of Cooperation
 August 8, 2008: Martin Nowak, Harvard:
Prevolutionary Dynamics (the origin of life)
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 May 15, 2009: Alan S. Perelson, Los Alamos National Laboratory:
The Dynamics of Virus Infection and Treatment
 April 17, 2009: Robert M. Miura, New Jersey Institute of Technology:
Migraine with Aura: Treat It with Math
 March 27, 2009: Catherine Beauchemin, Ryerson University:
The contributions of theoretical models in exploring the dynamics of inhost influenza infections
 February 27, 2009: Bill Langford,, University of Guelph:
Models of CheyneStokes Respiration with Cardiovascular Pathologies
 January 30, 2009: Michael Yampolsky, University of Toronto:
Dynamical modeling of human placental vasculature: explaining variability of placental shapes, and metabolic scaling rate
 November 28, 2008: Matthew Scott, University of Waterloo:
Growth laws and mechanisms of global control in bacteria
 October 31, 2008: Dr. Stuart Kauffman, Institute for Biocomplexity and Informatics, University of Calgary:
Are Cells Dynamically Critical?
 July 7, 2008: Graeme Wake, Centre for Mathematics in Industry, Massey University @ Auckland:
Modelling of cancer treatement
 July 9, 2008: Graeme Wake, Centre for Mathematics in Industry, Massey University @ Auckland:
A model for phenotype change in a stochastic framework
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 November 12, 2008: YumTong Siu, Mathematics Department, Harvard University:
Multiplier Ideal Sheaves an Interface Between Analysis and Algebraic Geometry
 November 13, 2008: YumTong Siu, Mathematics Department, Harvard University:
Multiplier Ideal Sheaves an Interface Between Analysis and Algebraic Geometry
 November 14, 2008: YumTong Siu, Mathematics Department, Harvard University:
Multiplier Ideal Sheaves an Interface Between Analysis and Algebraic Geometry
 May 25, 2009: JeanChristophe Yoccoz, Collège de France:
Uniformly hyperbolic SL(2,R) cocycles
 May 26, 2009: JeanChristophe Yoccoz, Collège de France:
Uniformly hyperbolic SL(2,R) cocycles
 May 27, 2009: JeanChristophe Yoccoz, Collège de France:
Uniformly hyperbolic SL(2,R) cocycles
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 April 29, 2009: Lane Hughston, Imperial College London:
Information Flows in Financial Markets
 April 29, 2009: Andrew W. Lo, MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering, MIT Sloan School of Management:
"Kill All The Quants"?: Models vs. Mania In The Current Financial Crisis
 April 1, 2009: Helyette Geman, School of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, Birkbeck, University of London:
Inventory, Scarcity and Price Volatility in Oil and Natural Gas Markets
 April 1, 2009: Erhan Bayraktar, University of Michigan:
A Unified Framework for Pricing Credit and Equity Derivatives
 February 25, 2009: Michael Pykhtin, Bank of America:
Modeling Credit Exposure for Collateralized Counterparties
 February 25, 2009: Adam Metzler, University of Western Ontario:
A Multiname First Passage Model for Credit Risk
 November 26, 2008: Stathis Tompaidis, IROM Department, and Department of Finance, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin:
The Impact of Financial Constraints on Individual Asset Allocations: Underdiversification and Asset Selection
 October 29, 2008: Dr. Michael Zerbs, Algorithmics:
Credit Risk Management  The Next Wave
 October 29, 2008: Mark Broadie, Columbia University:
Understanding Index Option Returns
 September 24, 2008: William Morokoff, Standard and Poor's:
Modeling Correlation in Credit Risk Management
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 June 2, 2009: Brian Denton, North Carolina State University:
Optimization of Surgery Delivery Systems
 June 2, 2009: Franklin Dexter, University of Iowa:
Big Open (IE) Problems in Operating Room Management
 April 7, 2009: Dominique Orban, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal:
The various facets of degeneracy in smooth optimization
 April 7, 2009: Pat Piperni, Bombardier Aerospace:
Preliminary AeroStructural Optimization of a Business Jet
 March 3, 2009: Matheus Grasselli, McMaster University:
Managerial flexibility in incomplete markets and systems of RBSDEs
 March 3, 2009: Helmut Mausser, Algorithmics Toronto:
Credit Risk Optimization
 February 3, 2009: Andrew Hope, Princess Margaret Hospital Toronto:
Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology: Targeting to Cure
 February 3, 2009: Ross Mitchell, University of Calgary:
Automatic Fusion of 3D Data: An Important Optimization Task in Modern Science
 December 2, 2008: Michel X. Goemans, MIT:
Approximating Submodular Functions Everywhere
 December 2, 2008: Jon Lee, IBM TJ Watson Research Center:
Nonlinear Combinatorial Optimization
 November 4, 2008: Philip E. Gill, University of California, San Diego:
What's new in SQP methods?
 November 4, 2008: Bohdan Kaluzny, Centre for Operational Research & Analysis, Defence Research & Development Canada:
Combinatorial Optimization in Canadian Forces Airlift Modeling
 October 7, 2008: Endre Boros, Rutgers University:
Quadratic binary optimization and its applications
 October 7, 2008: Gabriel Tavares, Fair Isaac Corporation:
Linear Programming Plus Branchandcut for Solving Certain Difficult QUBO Problems
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 Andreas Fischer, Fields Institute:
Definable versions of theorems by Kirszbraum and Helly
 Andrei Gabrielov, Purdue University:
Triangulation of monotone ominimal families
 Tobias Kaiser, University of Passau:
On the resolution of singularities for power series with perturbation by logarithmic terms
 Krzysztof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
On the structure of gradient extremal set of generic function
 Olivier Le Gal, University of Toronto:
Ominimality for solutions of analytic 2dimensional linear ODEs
 JeanMarie Lion, Université de Rennes 1:
Pfaffian sets
 David Marin, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona:
Unfolding of resonant saddles and the Dulac time
 Chris Miller, Ohio State University:
Expansions of ominimal structures by trajectories of definable planar vector fields
 Dmitry Novikov, Weizmann Institute of Science:
Infinitesimal Hilbert 16th problem: recent progress
 Daniel Panazzolo, Universidade de São Paulo:
The group of power and translations and its relation to generalized Witt algebras
 Adam Parusinski, Université d'Angers:
Limits of gradient directions at a singular point
 Christiane Rousseau, Université de Montréal:
Orbital analytic classification of germs of families unfolding a codimension 1 resonant saddle or saddlenode
 Tere Seara, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya:
Resurgence of inner solutions for analytical perturbations of the McMillan map
 Lou van den Dries, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Asymptotic real differential algebra
 Joris van der Hoeven, Université ParisSud:
Machine computations with transseries
 Alex Wilkie, University of Manchester:
Some Model Theory for Complex Analytic Functions
 Yosef Yomdin, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Poincare Inversion, Moment inversion, Compositions, and Signal Processing
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 Adi Akavia, IAS:
Solving Hidden Number Problem with One Bit Oracle and Advice
 Dan Bernstein, University of Illinois at Chicago:
Highspeed cryptography
 Peter Birkner, Eindhoven University of Technology:
Edwards Curves and the ECM Factorisation Method
 Reinier Bröker, Microsoft Research:
Constructing cryptographic curves with complex multiplication
 Sanjit Chatterjee, University of Waterloo:
Reusing Static Keys in Key Agreement Protocols
 Felix Fontein, University of Calgary:
A Concise Interpretation of the Infrastructure of a Global Field
 Craig Gentry, IBM:
Fully Homomorphic Encryption Using Ideal Lattices
 Antoine Joux, Université de Versailles:
Looking back at latticebased cryptanalysis
 Koray Karabina, University of Waterloo:
Factor4 and 6 compression of cyclotomic subgroups
 Tanja Lange, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven:
Pairings on Edwards curves
 Atefeh Mashatan, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology:
Recent Designs for Message Recognition Protocols
 Nicolas Meloni, University of Waterloo:
Elliptic curve point scalar multiplication combining double bases and Yao's algorithm
 François Morain, École Polytechnique and University of Waterloo:
Advances on the CM method for elliptic curves
 Kenny Paterson, Royal Holloway, University of London:
NonInteractive Key Distribution and IdentityBased Encryption: A Retrospective Perspective
 Eric Schost, University of Western Ontario:
Fast arithmetics in ArtinSchreier towers over finite fields
 Katherine Stange, Harvard University:
The Elliptic Curve Discrete Logarithm Problem and Equivalent Hard Problems for Elliptic Divisibility Sequences
 Rainier Steinwandt, Florida Atlantic University:
Speeding up algebraic attacks: Multiple Right Hand Sides in hardware?
 Andrew Sutherland, MIT:
Powered by Volcanoes: Three New Algorithms
 Edlyn Teske, University of Waterloo:
On PairingFriendly Elliptic Curves
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 Deirdre Haskell, McMaster University:
Introduction to Model Theory
 Deirdre Haskell, McMaster University:
Introduction to Model Theory
 Deirdre Haskell, McMaster University:
Introduction to Model Theory
 Deirdre Haskell, McMaster University:
Introduction to Model Theory
 Deirdre Haskell, McMaster University:
Introduction to Model Theory
 Krzysztof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
Introduction to Real Analytic Geometry
 Krzystof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
Introduction to Real Analytic Geometry
 Krzysztof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
Introduction to Real Analytic Geometry
 Krzysztof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
Real Analytic Geometry
 Krzysztof Kurdyka, Université de Savoie:
Real Analytic Geometry
 Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame:
Introduction to ominimality
 Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame:
Introduction to ominimality
 Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame:
Introduction to ominimality
 Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame:
Introduction to ominimality
 Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame:
Introduction to ominimality
 Sergei Yakovenko, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Analytic Vector Fields: Singularities and Limit Cycles
 Sergei Yakovenko, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Analytic Vector Fields: Singularities and Limit Cycles
 Sergei Yakovenko, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Analytic Vector Fields: Singularities and Limit Cycles
 Sergei Yakovenko, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Analytic Vector Fields: Singularities and Limit Cycles
 Sergei Yakovenko, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
Analytic Vector Fields: Singularities and Limit Cycles
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 Eric Bedford, Indiana University:
Dynamics of polynomial diffeomorphisms
 Henri De Thelin, University Paris 11:
Dynamics of meromorphic maps on compact Kahler manifolds
 Henri De Thelin, University Paris 11:
Dynamics of meromorphic maps (cont'd)
 Henri De Thelin, University Paris 11:
Dynamics of meromorphic maps (cont'd)
 Jeffrey Diller, University of Notre Dame:
Rational surface maps: geometric issues
 Jeffrey Diller, University of Notre Dame:
Rational surface maps: analytic issues
 Mattias Jonsson, University of Michigan:
Surface dynamics and the RiemannZariski space
 Mattias Jonsson, University of Michigan:
Superattracting fixed points
 Mattias Jonsson, University of Michigan:
Polynomial dynamics at infinity
 Nessim Sibony, Universite ParisSud:
Equidistribution problems in holomorphic dynamics
 Nessim Sibony, Universite ParisSud:
Equidistribution (cont'd)
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 Yoshihiro Aihara, Numazu College of Technology:
Deficencies of holomorphic curves for hypersurfaces and linear systems
 Atsushi Atsuji, Keio University:
Diffusions and Nevanlinna theory
 Robert Berman, Université Grenoble I:
From volumes of line bundles to equidistribution
 Tom Bloom, Toronto:
Large Deviations for VanDerMonde determinants
 Frederic Campana, University Nancy 1:
Special Orbifolds and Birational Classification: Hyperbolic and Arithmetic Aspects
 William Cherry, University of North Texas:
Algebraic degeneracy of nonArchimedean analytic maps omitting divisors with sufficiently many components
 Gerd Dethloff, Université de Brest:
A Second Main Theorem for Moving Hypersurface Targets
 Julien Duval, Université ParisSud:
On Nevanlinna second main theorem
 Alexandre Eremenko, Purdue University:
Landau’s theorem for holomorphic curves in projective space
 Vincent Guedj, Université AixMarseille:
MongeAmpere equations in big cohomology classes
 Shanyu Ji, University of Houston:
Application of the Moving Frame Theory to Holomorphic Mappings between Balls
 Yu Kawakami, Kyushu University:
Value distribution of the hyperbolic Gauss map
 Steven Lu, Université du Québec à Montréal:
Algebraic hyperbolicity for varieties with maximal albanese dimension
 Michael McQuillan, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques:
No shame in total failure
 Ngaiming Mok, University of Hong Kong:
Holomorphic isometries with respect to the Bergman metric
 Junjiro Noguchi, Tokyo:
Some Second Main Theorems and applications
 Nessim Sibony, Universite ParisSud:
SuperPotentials on Compact Kahler Manifolds and dynamics of Automorphisms
 YumTong Siu, Harvard University:
Hyperbolicity of generic hypersurfaces of high degree
 Yuri Tschinkel, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences:
A Torelli theorem over finite fields
 Hajime Tsuji, Sophia University:
Global generation of the direct images of pluricanonical systems
 Masaki Tsukamoto, Kyoto University:
Deformation of Brody curves and mean dimension
 Julie Wang, Academia Sinica:
An effective Schmidt's subspace theorem for projective varieties over function fields
 Jorg Winkelman, Fakultät Mathematik:
Entire curves in surfaces with large irregularity
 Steve Zelditch, Johns Hopkins:
How probable is a given configuration of zeros?
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 Erhan Bayraktar, University of Michigan:
Proving the Regularity of the Minimal Probability of Ruin via a Game of Stopping and Control
 Sid Browne, Brevan Howard US Asset Management LP:
Active portfolio management: investment goals and portfolio constraints (or how to invest, if you must)
 Steven Haberman, Cass Business School:
The LeeCarter Mortality Model for Mortality Dynamics: Recent Devlopments
 Sheldon Lin, University of Toronto:
Pricing Perpetual Catastrophe Put Options and Related Issues
 Michael Ludkovski, University of California, Santa Barbara:
Optimal Risk Sharing under Distorted Probabilities
 Manuel Morales, University of Montreal:
On a New Generalization of the Expected Discounted Penalty Function
 Ragnar Norberg, London School of Economics:
Management of Finacial and Demographic Risk in Life Insurance and Pensions
 Annamaria Olivieri, Università degli Studidi Parma:
Developing a Stochastic Mortality Model for Internal Assessments
 Shige Peng, Shandong University:
On Risk Measure via Gaussian Distributions under Model Uncertainty.
 Gordon Willmot, University of Waterloo:
Generalized penalty functions in dependent Sparre Andersen models
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 Amnon Besser, Ben Gurion University:
On the padic analogue of hermitian line bundles
 Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study:
Roots of polynomial in subgroups of F*p and applications to congruences
 JeanBenoit Bost, CNRS:
Lefschetz theorems on arithmetic schemes
 José Ignacio Burgos, Barcelona:
The height of toric subvarieties
 Antoine ChambertLoir, IRMAR / UFR Mathématiques:
Rationality of formal functions on arithmetic surfaces
 JeanLouis ColliotThélène, CNRS/Université ParisSud:
Integral BrauerManin obstruction for homogeneous spaces
 Caterina Consani, Johns Hopkins:
On the notion of geometry over F1
 Pietro Corvaja, Udine:
Integral points, divisibility between values of polynomials and entire curves on surfaces
 JanHendrik Evertse, University of Leiden:
On the Quantitative Subspace Theorem
 Kálmán Gyõry, University of Debrecen:
Sunit equations in number fields: effective results, generalizations, applications, abc conjecture
 Philipp Habegger, ETH Zurich:
Height Upper Bounds on Abelian Varieties and Algebraic Tori
 Noriko HirataKohno, Nihon University:
Unit equations having few solutions
 Minhyong Kim, University College London:
Selmer varieties
 Klaus Künnemann, Universität Regensburg:
Line bundles with connections on projective varieties over function fields and number fields
 Aaron Levin, Scuola Normale Superiore:
Runge’s method and the effective computation of integral points
 Gaël Rémond, Institut Fourier:
Heights of Jacobians and rational points
 Christophe Soulé, IHES:
Linear projections and successive minima
 Lucien Szpiro, CUNY:
Algebraic Dynamics
 Yu Yasufuku, CUNY:
On Vojta’s Conjecture
 Shouwu Zhang, Columbia:
GrossSchoen cycles, dualising sheaves, and tautological classes
 Paul Vojta, JeanBenoit Bost, Michael McQuillan, Shouwu Zhang, Henri Gillet:
Panel Discussion
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 Claude Bardos, University of Paris VI:
Remarks on Navier Stokes and Euler Equation
 Lia Bronsard, McMaster University:
On the mixed state in anisotropic superconductors
 GuiQiang Chen, Northwestern University:
Shock ReflectionDiffraction Phenomena, Transonic Flow, and Free Boundary Problems
 Costas Dafermos, Brown University:
Hyperbolic Conservation Laws with Weak Dissipation
 Susan Friedlander, University of Southern California:
Energy Conservation and Onsager's Conjecture for the Euler Equations
 Irene M. Gamba, The University of Texas at Austin:
Sharp estimates for the Boltzmann Equation
 Manoussos Grillakis, The University of Maryland:
Correlation Estimates and Applications to Schroedinger Equations
 Yan Guo, Brown University:
Boltzmann equation in bounded domains
 Tom Hou, California Institute of Technology:
On the stabilizing effect of convection in 3D incompressible flows
 Izabella Laba, The University of British Columbia:
Arithmetic progressions in sets of fractional dimension
 Peter Lax, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University:
Spectral Representation and Translation Representation
 Louis Nirenberg, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University:
Some remarks on nonlinear second order elliptic equations
 Kevin Payne, Universita di Milano:
Weak wellposedness of the Dirichlet problem for equations of mixed elliptichyperbolic type
 Sylvia Serfaty, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU and Universite Pierre et Marie Curie:
From the GinzburgLandau energy to vortex lattice problems
 Jalal Shatah, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences:
Space Time Resonances
 Gigliola Staffilani, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Kato's smoothing effect for solutions to the Â capillary waterwave problem
 Walter Strauss, Brown University:
Two Problems: Nonlinear Wave Scattering and Plasma Stability
 S.R.S Varadhan, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences:
Large deviations for Random walks in a Random Environment
 HorngTzer Yau, Harvard University:
Lower bounds on the blowup rate of the axisymmetric NavierStokes equations
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 Yves Boucher, Harvard Medical School:
Experimental
 Dan Gallahan, National Cancer Institute:
Introduction
 Robert A. Gatenby, University of Arizona:
Modeling
 James Glazier:
Selected Talk
 Abhijit Guha, University of Toronto:
Clinical
 Richard P Hill, University of Toronto:
Clinical
 Mohammad Kohandel, University of Waterloo:
Modeling
 Natalia Komarova, University of California:
Modeling
 Steven McDougall, University of Edinburgh:
Modeling
 Michael F Milosevic, University of Toronto:
Clinical
 Sheila K. Singh, McMaster University:
Clinical
 Dwayne Stupack, University of California:
Experimental
 Lei Xu, University of Rochester:
Experimental
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 Amir Asif, York:
Application of Time Reversal Signal Processing in Radiotherapy
 Bernhard Bodmann, Houston:
Machine learning for automated classification in cell microscopy
 Xin Gao, York:
Model Selection and Network Construction For HighThroughout Biological Data
 David Jaffray, Princess Margaret Hospital:
tba
 Corina Drapaca on behalf of Hengguang Li:
Preliminary Results in MRE: a Finite Element Approach
 Eva Lee, Georgia Tech:
Robust Optimization to Accommodate Effects of Systematic Treatment Uncertainties in IntensityModulated Radiation Therapy
 Roderick Melnik, Wilfrid Laurier:
Studying Properties of RNA Nanostructures and Their Potential Applications
 Nataliya Portman, Waterloo:
Estimation of growth parameters of the Drosophila's wing disc development from a sequence of micrographs using the Growth as Random Diffeomorphisms Model
 Abbas Samani, Western Ontario:
Fast Finite Element Technique for Realtime Biomedical Applications
 Colin Studholme, UC San Francisco:
In utero mapping of brain tissue growth patterns from clinical MRI of developing human fetuses: An emerging field of image analysis research
 Eli Van Houten, Canterbury:
Model Based Reconstructive Elasticity Imaging: Finding a Best Fit Between Imaging Goals and Computational Methods
 Yuriy Zinchenko, McMaster:
Multiple gEUDtype constraints for radiotherapy optimization
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 Thomas Barford, Mapleridge Capital:
Problem 5: Mapleridge Capital / FieldsMITACS Problem
 Zongxi Cai, Department of Mechanics, Tianjin University:
Problem 1: Interfacial Behavior in Tunnel Engineering
 Luis Garcia Dominguez, Hospital for Sick Children:
Problem 6: High local synchronization in brain recordings: natural or artifactual?
 Seyed Moghadas, NRCInstitute for Biodiagnostics and the University of Winnipeg:
Problem 2: Optimal Use of Drug Supply during Pandemic Influenza
 Sanjive Qazi, Gustavus Adolphus College:
Problem 4: Discovery and assessment of new target sites for antiHIV therapies: an approach to utilize genome wide gene expression changes and computational models
 Wil Schilders, NXP Semiconductors Research:
Problem 3: Construct stable, passive and realizable reduced order models for electronic circuits
 Scott Warlow, Manulife:
Problem 7: The Evaluation of Target Date Funds
 Daily Summary:
Problems 1  7
 Daily Summary  August 13, 2008:
Problems 1 7
 Northern Heavy Industries Group Co., Ltd:
Problem 1 Results: Tunnel Boring
 NRC Winnipeg:
Problem 2 Results: NRC Winnipeg
 NXP Semiconductors:
Problem 3 Results: NXP Semiconductors
 Gustavus Adolphus College:
Problem 4 Results: antiHIV
 Mapleridge Capital:
Problem 5 Results: Mapleridge
 The Hospital for Sick Children:
Problem 6 Results: Hospital for Sick Kids
 Manulife:
Problem 7 Results: Manulife
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 Alejandro Adem, University of Britsh Columbia:
Simplicial Spaces of Homomorphisms
 Chris Brav, Queen's University:
The projective McKay correspondence
 Mike Davis, Ohio State University:
Compactly supported cohomology of buildings
 Fred Cohen, University of Rochester:
On generalized momentangle complexes, their properties, and applications
 Corrado de Concini, University of Rome:
Vector partition functions and index of transversally elliptic operators
 Igor Dolgachev, University of Michigan:
Moduli spaces of hyperplane arrangements
 Michael Falk, Northern Arizona University:
On vanishing products in OrlikSolomon algebras
 EvaMaria Feichtner, University of Bremen:
Arrangements and tropical geometry
 Joel Kamnitzer, University of Toronto:
Braid group actions on derived categories of coherent sheaves with applications to knot homology
 Toshitake Kohno, The University of Tokyo:
Bar complex of OrlikSolomon algebra and rational universal holonomy maps
 Daniel Matei, IMAR:
Fundamental groups of smooth algebraic varieties
 Richard Randell, University of Iowa:
Homotopy and local system homology for arrangements
 JanErik Roos, Stockholm University:
Complex Hyperplane Arrangements having Unexpected Homological Properties.
 Mario Salvetti, University of Pisa:
A method for local system cohomology of an Hyperplane complement
 Hal Schenck, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
"The OrlikTerao algebra and 2formality"
 Alexander Suciu, Northeastern University:
Spectral sequences and homology with local coefficients
 Hiroaki Terao, Hokkaido University:
Totally free arrangements of hyperplanes
 A. Varchenko, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill:
Transversality in Schubert calculus and the Gaudin model
 Masahiko Yoshinaga, Kobe University:
Periods and computational complexity of real numbers.
 Thomas Zaslavsky, Binghamton University:
Topological hyperplane arrangements
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 Robyn Araujo, George Mason University:
Combination Therapies: Insights from Mathematical Modeling
 Khalid Boushaba, Iowa State:
Mathematical modeling of angiogenesis in the zebrafish embryo
 Lloyd Demetrius, Harvard:
Cancer in Mice and Men: a comparison
 James Glazier, Indiana:
Simple Modeling of Avascular and Vascular Tumors Using the GGH Model and CompuCell3D
 Richard Hill, Ontario Cancer Institute:
Cancer stem cells in tumours
 David Hodgson, PMH:
Learning from the Fat Man: Modeling Radiationrelated Second Cancer Risk for Clinical Use
 Yi Jiang, Los Alamos:
Multiscale modeling for tumor angiogenesis
 Philip Jones, Cambridge Cancer Ctr.:
The self assembling stem cell niche: a new model of epidermal homeostasis
 Rama Khokha, Ontario Cancer Institute:
Functional and Biological Variables in Metastasis
 Mike Milosevic, PMH:
Angiogenesis, Interstitial Fluid Dynamics and Hypoxia in Tumors
 Leonard Sander, Michigan:
Micromechanics of collagengels and invasion by glioma cells
 Shiladitya Sengupta, MIT:
Spatiotemporal targeting of tumor parenchyma and stroma by hybrid nanoparticles
 Jack Tuszynski, Cross Cancer Inst:
MD and QMMM modeling successfully predict binding and effectiveness of novel colchicine derivatives against multiple cancer cell lines
 Zhihui Wang, HarvardMIT,HST:
Multiscale Lung Cancer Modeling
 Glenn F. Webb, Vanderbilt:
Models of Tumor Growth in vitro
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