
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2009  June 2010.
For events from September 2012 onwards, plus selected events from
JuneAugust 2012, please see our video archive.
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Various Dates Throughout the Year
June 2010
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October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
 September 17, 2009: David Koenig, CEO, The Governance Fund:
Risk Management, Governance and Value Creation
 September 15, 2009: William Shadwick:
Going to Extremes to Control Risk
 December 15, 2009: Pierre G. Noel, Worldwide Executive, Risk Management & Information Security, IBM Corp:
Bringing Operational Risk Management to the Boardroom Table
 February 16, 2010: Andrew Kalotay, Andrew Kalotay Associates Inc.:
Exposing MBS Model Risk: Look Outside the Black Box
 April 14, 2010: Rick Nason, RSD Solutions & Dalhousie University:
Have We Lost The Plot? (And If So How Do We Get it Back?)
 May 18, 2010: David M. Rowe, David M. Rowe Risk Advisory:
Why Risk Management Has Lost Credibility and What to Do About It
 May 13, 2010: Grigoris Karakoulas, infoAGORA:
Integrated Stress Testing: From risk management to financial stability assessment
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 October 6, 2009: Ignacio Grossmann, Center for Advanced Process Decisionmaking, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh:
Mathematical Programming Approaches to Enterprisewide Optimization of Process Industries
 November 3, 2009: JeanFrancois Hétu, Industrial Materials Institute, National Research Council of Canada:
Putting CFD to work in industry: issues and challenges for optimization
 October 6, 2009: Larry Megan, Advanced Control and Operations Research R&D, Praxair Inc.:
Optimizing the Industrial Gas Supply Chain Across Organizational Boundaries
 November 3, 2009: Dominique Pelletier, Canada Research Chair on Analysis, Characterization and optimization of Complex Flow Systems, École Polytechnique de Montréal:
SimulationBased Engineering Analysis and Design: Issues and Challenges
 December 1, 2009: C. Tattersall Smith, Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto:
Biomass in Canada and the requirement for development and management of new supply chains and technology
 December 1, 2009: Eric J. McCarthy, Director of Fuels at Energy Markets, Ontario Power Generation:
Biomass at OPG
 February 2, 2010: B. Wayne Bequette, Isermann Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:
Systems and Control Applications in Diabetes
 February 2, 2010: Jeffrey D. Kelly, Honeywell Process Solutions:
On the Modeling and Solving of LargeScale Manufacturing Optimization Problems in Diverse Industries
 March 2, 2010: Forbes Burkowski, Department of Computer Science, University of Waterloo:
Graph Localization and Molecular Conformation
 March 2, 2010: Zsolt Zsoldos, SimBioSys, Toronto:
Algorithmic and mathematical challenges in proteinligand docking and scoring
 April 13, 2010: Il Yong Kim, Queens University:
Structural Topology Optimization and Design Space Optimization
 April 13, 2010: Rajesh Jugulum, Bank of America:
Robust Optimization
 May 4, 2010: Bruce Shepherd, McGill University:
Robust Optimization of Networks
 May 4, 2010: Matthew Andrews, Bell Labs:
Minimum cost network design in telecommunication networks under general cost functions
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 October 28, 2009: Tomasz R Bielecki, Illinois Institute of Technology:
Counterparty Credit Risk: CVA computation under netting and collateralization
 September 30, 2009: Jeremy Graveline, University of Minnesota:
G10 Swap and Exchange Rates
 September 30, 2009: Ulrich Horst, Humboldt University Berlin:
Hidden Liquidity and the Optimal Placement of Iceberg Orders
 October 28, 2009: Tom Hurd, McMaster University:
Credit Risk via First Passage for Time Changed Brownian Motions
 November 25, 2009: Frank Milne, Queen's University:
Approaches for Modeling Liquidity and Systemic Risks
 November 25, 2009: Traian Pirvu, McMaster University:
Time Consistency in Portfolio Management
 January 20, 2010: Eckhard Platen, University of Technology , Sydney:
Real World Pricing of Long Term Contracts
 February 24, 2010: Raphael Douady, Riskdata:
The StressVaR: a New Risk Concept for Superior Fund Allocation
 March 31, 2010: Dilip Madan, University of Maryland:
Capital Requirements, Acceptable Risks and the Value of the Taxpayer Put
 March 31, 2010: Stan Uryasev, University of Florida:
ValueatRisk vs. Conditional ValueatRisk in Risk Management and Optimization
 April 28, 2010: Jorge Sobehart, Citigroup:
Follow the Money from Boom to Crash: Asset Prices and Market Behavior
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 October 9, 2009: Naveen K. Vaidya, Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Group, Los Alamos National Laboratory:
HIV Treatment: From Primary Phase to Chronic Phase
 January 22, 2010: Dr. Quaid Morris, University of Toronto:
Predicting the targets of mRNAbinding proteins
 February 19, 2010: Dr. Santiago Schnell, University of Michigan:
How is protein load sensed in the endoplasmic reticulum?
 March 12, 2010: Dr. L. Mahadevan, Harvard University:
On growth and form: mathematics, mechanics and morphogenesis
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 June 11, 2010: Richard Cook, University of Waterloo:
Robust Estimation of Mean Functions and Treatment Effects for Recurrent Events Under EventDependent Censoring and Termination: Application to Skeletal Complications in Cancer Metastatic to Bone
 June 11, 2010: Christodoulos Floudas, Princeton University:
Advances in Biclustering Methods for Reordering Data Matrices in Systems Biology, Drug Discovery, and Prediction of In Vivo Toxicities from In Vitro Experimental Data
 June 11, 2010: Hamid Ghaffari, University of Toronto:
A SemiInfinite Linear Programming Approach to Gamma Knife Perfexion
 June 11, 2010: Igor Jurisica, University of Toronto:
Systematic Identification and Characterization of Cancer Biomarkers
 June 12, 2010: Ioannis Kakadiaris, University of Houston:
Challenges and Opportunities for Extracting Cardiovascular Risk Biomarkers from NonContrast CT Data
 June 11, 2010: Panos Pardalos, University of Florida:
Consistent Biclustering via Nonlinear 01 Optimization
 June 12, 2010: Kostas Tsakalis, University of Arizona:
Feedback Control for Epileptic Seizure Suppression
 June 11, 2010: Stephen Wright, University of WisconsinMadison:
Developments in Optimization Algorithms for Data Analysis
 June 11, 2010: Petros Xanthopoulos, University of Florida:
Data Mining Approaches for a Multiclass Cell Death Discrimination Problem
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 Dmitriy Bilyk, University of South Carolina:
Directional discrepancy
 Nicholas Boros, Michigan State University:
The Bellman Function for a Perturbation of Burkholder's Martingale Transform
 Serban Costea, McMaster University:
Corona Theorems for Multiplier Algebras on B_n
 Larry Guth, University of Toronto:
Multilinear Kakeya estimates and Dvir's polynomial method
 Mariah Hamel, University of Georgia:
Sumsets of dense subsets of primes
 Alex Iosevich, University of Rochester:
A sharpness example for the Falconer estimate and connections with geometric incidence theory
 Doo Won Koh, Michigan State University:
Harmonic analysis related to homogeneous varieties in three dimensional vector spaces over finite fields
 Izabella Laba, UBC:
Maximal operators and differentiation theorems in sparse sets
 Michael T. Lacey, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Recent results on two weight inequalities for singular integrals
 Neil Lyall, University of Georgia:
On the density of sets with no square differences
 Winston Ou, Scripps College:
Structure results on A_infinity
 Malabika Pramanik, UBC:
A multidimensional resolution of singularities and applications
 Eric T. Sawyer, McMaster University:
Two weight insecurities for singular integrals: L^p results
 ChunYen Shen, Indiana University:
Two weight inequalities for singular integrals: L^p results
 Ignacio UriarteTuero, Michigan State University:
Astala's conjecture on Hausdoff measure distortion under planar quasiconformal mappings and related removability problems
 Brett Wick, Georgia Institute of Technology:
BergmanType Singular Integral Operators and NonHomogeneous Harmonic Analysis
 Kelan Zhai, UBC:
Favarad Length of Cantor Type Sets
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 Lorenzo Bergomi, Societe Generale:
Static and dynamic properties of stochastic volatility models: a structural connection
 Tomasz Bielecki, IIT:
Hedging of counterparty risk
 Nicholas Bingham, Imperial College:
Multivariate elliptic processes
 Dorje C. Brody, Imperial College London:
Rational Term Structure Models with Geometric Lévy Martingales
 Rama Cont, Paris VIVII:
Functional Ito calculus and the pricing and hedging of pathdependent derivatives
 Mark Davis, Imperial College:
On SDEs with statedependent jump measure
 Rudiger Frey, Leipzig:
Portfolio optimization under partial information with expert opinions
 Pavel Gapeev, London School of Economics:
London School of Economics
 Giuseppe Di Graziano, Deutsche Bank London:
Target Volatility Option Pricing
 Jim Gatheral, Baruch College, CUNY:
Implied Volatility from Local Volatility
 David Hobson, Warwick:
Model independent bounds for variance swaps
 Lane Hughston, Imperial College:
Implied Density Models for Asset Pricing
 Monique Jeanblanc, Evry:
Density models for credit risk
 Yu Hang Kan, Columbia:
Default intensities implied by CDO spreads: inversion formula and model calibration
 Thomas Kokholm, Aarhus:
A Consistent Pricing Model for Index Options and Volatility Derivatives
 Roger Lee, Chicago:
Variation Swaps on TimeChanged Levy Processes
 Andrea Macrina, King's College London:
Heat Kernels for InformationSensitive Pricing Kernels
 Gustavo Manso, MIT:
Information Percolation
 Aleksandar Mijatovic, Imperial College:
Deterministic criteria for the absence of arbitrage in onedimensional diffusion models
 Andreea Minca, Paris VI:
Resilience to contagion in financial networks
 Jan Obloj, Oxford:
On notion of arbitrage and robust pricing and hedging of variance swaps
 Martijn Pistorius, Imperial College:
Continuously monitored barrier options under Markov processes
 Marek Rutkowski, Sydney:
Market Models of Forward CDS Spreads
 Thorsten Schmidt, Leipzig:
Market Models for CDOs Driven by TimeInhomogeneous Levy Processes
 Steve Shreve, Carnegie Mellon:
Matching Statistics of an Ito Process by a Process of Diffusion Type
 Stuart Turnbull, Houston:
Measuring and Managing Risk in Innovative Financial Instruments
 Johan Tysk, Uppsala:
Dupire's Equation for Bubbles
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 Jianqing Fan, Frederick L. Moore Professor of Finance Director of Committee of Statistical Studies Department of Operation Research and Financial Engineering,Princeton University:
Highdimensional Feature Selection
 Jianqing Fan, Frederick L. Moore Professor of Finance Director of Committee of Statistical Studies Department of Operation Research and Financial Engineering,Princeton University:
ISIS: A vehicle for the universe of sparsity
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 Viral Acharya, NYU:
Measuring Systemic Risk
 Rama Cont, Columbia:
Measuring Contagion and Systemic Risk
 Jon Danielsson, London School of Economics:
Risk Appetite and Endogenous Risk
 Erkko Etula, Federal Reserve Bank of New York:
Risk Appetite and Exchange Rates
 Kay Giesecke, Stanford MSE:
Systemic Risk: What Defaults Are Telling Us
 Itay Goldstein, Wharton:
SelfFulfilling Credit Market Freezes
 Jennifer Huang, University of Texas at Austin:
Optimal Liquidity Policy
 Frank Milne, Queens:
General Approaches for Modelling Liquidity Effects in Asset Markets and their Application to Risk Management Systems
 Wei Xiong, Princeton:
Heterogeneous Beliefs and Shortterm Credit Booms
 Hao Zhou, Federal Reserve Board:
Assessing the Systemic Risk of a Heterogeneous Portfolio of Banks during the Recent Financial Crisis
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 Naomi Altman, Pennsylvania State University:
Inferring Isoform Expression Using RNAseq with Restriction EnzymeTags
 David Brillinger, UC Berkeley:
Random trajectories in the plane: some theory and applications
 Arthur Dempster, Harvard University:
Nonparametric Protective Weakening: an Illustration of Dempster Shafer Inference
 Steven Fienberg, CarnegieMellon University:
Longitudinal MixedMembership Models for Survey Data on Disability
 Don Fraser, University of Toronto:
Identity for Statistics
 Jerry Lawless, University of Waterloo:
Profile Likelihood Methods with Semiparametric Models
 Richard Lockhart, Simon Fraser University:
Goodness of Fit and the Large Hadron Collider
 Peter McCullagh, University of Chicago:
Improper mixtures and Bayes’s theorem
 Kai Ng, University of Hong Kong:
How Good Is the Likelihood Asymptotic Inference?
 AnaMaria Staicu, North Carolina State University:
Generalized Multilevel Functional Regression
 Larry Wasserman, Carnegie Mellon University:
Minimax Estimation of Filaments and Manifolds
 Changbao Wu, University of Waterloo:
Empirical Likelihood Methods for Survey Data
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 Samit Bhattacharyya, University of Guelph:
A game theoretical approach to modelling nonvaccinator and delayer behaviours in pandemic influenza
 Sue Ann Campbell, University of Waterloo:
Approximating the Stability Region of a Neural Network with a General Distribution of Delays.
 Yuming Chen, Wilfrid Laurier University:
Threshold dynamics of a delayed reaction diffusion equation subject to Dirichlet condition
 Mohammad DurEAhmad, University of Waterloo:
Computational model of CA3 hippocampal network
 Guihong Fan, York University:
The role of vectors in vectorborne disease
 Suma Ghosh, York University:
Characterization of H1N1 pandemic waves under various mitigation
 Hongbin Guo, York University:
Global stability of the endemic equilibrium for a stagedprogression model with immigration
 Daihai He, McMaster University:
Likelihoodbased inference on the cause of multiple waves in the 1918 influenza pandemic in London
 Jane Heffernan, York University:
An introduction to mathematical immunology
 Sehjeong Kim, York University:
A multigroup model for a heterosexually transmitted disease
 Victor LeBlanc, University of Ottawa:
Realization of multiple Hopf bifurcations in DDEs
 Chengzhi Li, Peking University & York Univeristy:
Cyclicities of period annulus for quadratic integrable systems under quadratic perturbations
 Mary Pugh, University of Toronto:
Coating flows on slowly rotating cylinders
 Redouane Qesmi, York University:
Backward bifurcation for a model of Hepatitis B and C virus with age since infection
 Christiane Rousseau, Université de Montréal:
Codimension one 1resonant singularities of analytic dynamical systems
 Lennaert van Veen, University of Ontario Institute of Technology:
The tangled edge of turbulence in bursting Couette flow
 Hui Wan, York University:
Backward bifurcation in models for West Nile virus
 Jiafeng Wang, York University:
Dynamical modeling of mosquito population in Peel Region with weather conditions
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 Yacine AitSahalia, Princeton:
Modeling Financial Contagion using Mutually Exciting Jump Processes
 Marco Bonomo, Getulio Vargas Foundation:
Generalized Disappointment Aversion, Volatility Longrun Risk and Asset Prices
 Robert Engle, New York:
Long Term Skewness and Systemic Risk
 Jianqing Fan, Princeton:
Vast Volatility Matrix Estimation using High Frequency Data for Portfolio Selection
 Kaddour Hadri, Queen's, Belfast Management School:
Modelling Multivariate Interest Rates using Timevarying Copulas and Reducible Nonlinear Stochastic Differential Equations
 Lars Hansen, Chicago:
Nonlinear Filtering and Learning Dynamics
 Stan Hurn, QUT Business:
Quasimaximum Likelihood Estimation of the Parameters of Multivariate Diffusion
 Robert Kimmel, Ohio State:
On Estimation of Risk Premia in Linear Factor Models
 Suzanne Lee, Georgia Tech:
Jumps and Information Flow in Financial Markets
 Haitao Li, Michigan:
Exploring Statistical Arbitrage Opportunities in the Term Structure of CDS Spreads
 Yingying Li, Science & Technology, HK:
Studying the Leverage Effect Based on Highfrequency Data
 Jia Li, Princeton:
A Localtocontinuity Theory for the Preaveraging Method
 Andrew Lo, MIT:
WARNING: Physics Envy May Be Hazardous To Your Wealth
 Gael Martin, Monash:
Optimal Probabilistic Forecasts for Counts
 Nour Meddahi, Le Centre Interuniversitaire de Calcul de Toulouse:
The Economic Value of Realized Volatility
 Eric Renault, North Carolina, Chapel Hill:
A Structural Autoregressive Conditional Duration Model
 Joon Park, Indiana:
Asymptotic Theory of Maximum Likelihood Estimator for Diffusion Model
 Eckhard Platen, Univ. of Technology Sydney:
Empirical Properties of a Well Diversified Global Stock Index
 Roberto Reno, Siena:
Nonparametric Leverage Effects
 Paul Schneider, Warwick:
Transition Density Approximations for Multivariate Affine Jump Diffusion Processes
 Osnat Stramer, Iowa:
Bayesian Inference of Discretely Sampled Markov Processes with Closedform Likelihood Expansions
 George Tauchen, Duke:
The Realized Laplace Transform of Volatility
 Allan Timmerman, UC San Diego:
What is the Shape of the Riskreturn Relation?
 Giovanni Urga, Cass Business School, London:
Identifying Jumps in Financial Assets with a Comparison between Nonparametric Jump Tests
 Rossen Valkanov, UC San Diego:
Robust Measure of TimeVarying Skewness at Short and Long Horizons
 Liuren Wu, Baruch College, New York:
A Multifrequency Theory of the Interest Rate Term Structure
 Dacheng Xiu, Princeton:
Quasimaximum Likelihood Estimation of Volatility with High Frequency Data
 Jialin Yu, Columbia:
Option Value of Cash
 Zhibiao Zhao, Penn State:
Nonparametric Model Validations for Hidden Markov Models with Applications in Financial Econometrics
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 Darrell Duffie, The Graduate School of Business, Stanford University:
Dark Markets
 Darrell Duffie, The Graduate School of Business, Stanford University:
Dark Markets Part 2
 Darrell Duffie, The Graduate School of Business, Stanford University:
Dark Markets Part 3
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 Claudio Albanese, King's College, London:
Creditequity models and HighThroughput Computing
 Agostino Capponi, California Institute of Technology:
Bilateral counterparty risk valuation with stochastic dynamical models and application to Credit Default Swaps
 Giovanni Cesari, UBS:
Modelling, Pricing, and Hedging Counterparty Credit Exposure
 JeanFrancois Chassagneux, Université d'Evry:
Pricing Game Option using Reflected BSDEs
 Stephane Crepey, Evry University:
CVA computation for counterparty risk assessment in credit portfolios
 Tom Hurd, McMaster:
Two factor models of equity and credit derivatives
 Jan Kallsen, University of Kiel:
On the pricing of game options and convertible bonds
 Yuri Kifer, Institute of Mathematics Hebrew University of Jerusalem:
Perfect and Partial Hedging for Multiple Exercise (Swing) Game Options in Discrete And Continuous Time
 Rafael MendozaArriaga, UTexas:
Time Changed Markov Processes in United Creditequity Modeling
 Abdallah Rahal, Bank AUDI:
Pricing Game Option using Reflected BSDEs: Part II – Application to Pricing Convertible Bonds with call protection
 Dan Rosen, R2 Technologies:
Pricing Counterparty Risk at the Trade Level and CVA Allocations
 Julien Turc, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking:
Joint modelling of credit spreads, share prices and volatility
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 Rene Aid, European Energy Producer EDF:
A structural riskneutral model for electricity prices
 Alvaro Cartea, Universidad Carlos III & Madrid):
Mean reversion, measure changes and stochastic risk premia in commodity markets
 Michael Coulon, Princeton:
The Electricity Bid Stack: Linking the dynamics of fuel, power and carbon prices
 Gilles Edouard Espinosa, Ecole Polytechnique:
A model of emissions and the price of carbon (joint with R. Carmona and N. Touzi)
 Alex Eydeland, Morgan Stanley:
Commodity Modeling: View from the trenches
 Max Fehr, London School of Economics:
Option Pricing in the European Unions Emission Trading Scheme
 Helyette Geman, Birbeck and ESCP Europ:
Inventory, Commodity Forward Curve and Spot price Volatility: The case of Crude Oil and Natural Gas
 Georg Gruell, DuisburgEssen:
Pricing CO2 permits using approximation approaches
 Walid Mnif, Western Ontario:
Pricing and Hedging Strategies for Contingent Claims in an Incomplete Hybrid Emissions Market
 Ehud Ronn, Morgan Stanley & Co.:
The Valuation and Information Content of Options on CrudeOil Futures Contracts
 Marliese UhrigHomburg, Universität Karlsruhe:
Understanding the Price Dynamics of Emission Permits: A Model for Multiple Trading Periods
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 Yan Bai, PhD Candidate, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto:
Region Adaptive algorithm with Online Recursion
 Billy Chang, PhD Candidate, Department of Public Health Science, University of Toronto:
Statistical Approach to Transcript Quantification in RNASequences
 Dr. Radford Neal, Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto:
TBA
 Dr. James Ramsay, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, McGill University:
Linear Models for OutputBuffered Systems
 Dr. Kathryn Roeder, Professor, Department of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University:
Finding rare variants affecting disease risk by genetic matching and a test for mixtures
 Madeleine Thompson, PhD Candidate, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto:
Using Correlation Length to Compare MCMC Methods Graphically
 Dr. Angel Valov, PhD Graduate, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto:
First Passage Times for Brownian Motion with Applications
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 John Chadam, University of Pittsburgh:
Numerical Simulation of Free Boundary via Integral Equations
 Liming Feng, Illinois:
Hilbert transform approach to options valuation
 Peter Forsyth, Waterloo:
Analysis of A Penalty Method for Pricing a Guaranteed Minimum Withdrawal Benefit (GMWB)
 Lorenzo Garlappi, UBC:
Solving Consumption and Portfolio Choice Problems: The State Variable Decomposition Method
 Jim Gatheral, Merrill Lynch:
Optimal order execution
 Mike Giles, Oxford:
Afternoon discussion
 Mike Giles, Oxford:
Progress with multilevel Monte Carlo methods
 Kay Giesecke, Stanford:
Asymptotically Optimal Importance Sampling For Dynamic Portfolio Credit Risk
 Ralf Korn, TU Kaiserslautern:
Recent advances in option pricing via binomial trees
 Ciamac Moallemi, Columbia:
A multiclass queueing model of limit order book dynamics
 Kumar Muthuraman, UT Austin:
Moving boundary approaches for solving freeboundary problems
 Philip Protter, Cornell:
Absolutely Continuous Compensators
 Chris Rogers, Cambridge:
Convex regression and optimal stopping
 Birgit Rudloff, Princeton:
Hedging and Risk Measurement under Transaction Costs
 Jeremy Staum, Northwestern:
Déjŕ Vu All Over Again: Efficiency when Financial Simulations are Repeated
 Nizar Touzi, Ecole Polytechnique:
A Probabilistic Numerical Method for Fully Nonlinear Parabolic PDEs
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 Emre Balta, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, OCC:
The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable: Challenges in Validating AMA Models
 Eric Cope, IBM Research, Zurich:
Penalized Likelihood Estimators for Truncated Data
 Matthias Degen, Cornell University:
Diversification benefits: a secondorder approximation
 Kabir Dutta, Charles River Associates:
On Using Scenario Analysis in The Measurement of Operational Risk: A Systematic Approach for Data Integration
 Elise Gourier, Swiss Banking Institute, University of Zurich:
Operational risk quantification using extreme value theory and copulas: from theory to practice
 Giulio Mignola, Intesa Sanpaolo:
Challenges in measuring operational risks from loss data
 Martin Neil, Queen Mary University, London:
Using Hybrid Dynamic Bayesian Networks to model Operational Risk in Finance
 Tony Peccia, Citi group:
Rethinking Basel II for Operational Risk
 Anupam Sahay, Key corp:
Analytic Approximations for Operational Risk Capital
 Alberto Suarez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid:
Robust quantification of the exposure to operational risk: Bringing economic sense to economic capital
 Beatriz Santa Cruz Blanco, BBVA:
Issues in Modelling Tails in Operational Risk
 John Walter, Bank of America:
Operational Risk Quantification at Bank of America
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 S. Agarwal, MIT:
Gene Prioritization Using Ranking Methods in Machine Learning: A New Computational Approach
 H. Bolouri, Caltech:
The potential impact of interindividual genomic variations on disease susceptibility and treatment response
 A. Chakraborty, MIT:
Regulation of Ras signaling in lymphocytes
 C. Drapaca, Pennsylvania State University:
An Elastography – Mass Spectroscopy Coupling Model for Tumors’ Classification
 M. Foldvari, University of Waterloo:
Nonviral Gene Delivery Systems based on Gemini Nanoparticles
 S. Haase, Duke University:
Cycling Without Cyclins: New Views on the Cell Cycle Oscillator
 T. Huzil, University of Waterloo:
Atomistic Simulation of ReceptorLigand Interactions
 T. Mak, UHN, University of Toronto:
Blocking Oncogenes to Cure Cancer: Is the Paradise Lost?
 M. Milosevic, Princess Margaret Hospital, University of Toronto:
Individualized, Adaptive Radiotherapy: The Next Frontier in Radiation Medicine
 H. Molavian, University of Waterloo:
New insight on cell metabolism and the relationship between hypoxia and acidity in solid tumors in vivo
 L. Munn, Harvard University:
Modeling tumor blood vessel dynamics
 G. Ostheimer, MIT:
To Sleep or Die: Cell Fate after Chemotherapy
 L. Sander, University of Michigan:
Brain tumor invasion: cell motility, network structure, and the spread of glioma
 S. Sengupta, MIT:
Nanomedicine in Cancer Therapy
 S. Singh, McMaster University:
Brain Tumour Initiating Cells: Why the Cancer Stem Cell Hypothesis matters to patients with brain tumours
 J. Tuszynski, Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton:
Targeting DNA repair pathways to improve cancer therapies
 D. Tyson, Vanderbilt University:
An EMG model of cell cycle time variability in cancer developed from large datasets of singlecell measurements
 J. Tyson, Virginia Tech:
Mathematical Models of the Molecular Networks that Regulate Cell Growth, Division and Death
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 Peter Bank, Technische Universität Berlin:
Market Indifference Prices
 Bruno Bouchard, University ParisDauphine:
Optimal Control under Stochastic Target Constraints  Application to portfolio optimization under risk constraints
 Luciano Campi, Université ParisDauphine:
Markov bridges and KyleBack equilibrium models of insider trading
 Rene Carmona, Princeton University:
Levy Market Models (joint with S. Nadtochiy)
 Patrick Cheridito, Princeton University:
Equilibrium pricing in incomplete markets under translation invariant preferences
 Jaksa Cvitanik, California Institute of Technology:
Complete Market Equilibrium with Heterogeneous Agents
 Emanuela Rosazza Gianin, Universitŕ di MilanoBicocca:
gexpectations and the representation of the penalty term of dynamic convex risk measures
 Nicole El Karoui, Ecole Polytechnique:
Talk on recent work
 Damir Filipovic, Vienna Institute of Finance:
Pricing and Hedging of CDOs: A Top Down Approach
 Marco Frittelli, University of Milan:
Robust representation of dynamic quasiconvex maps
 Paolo Guasoni, Scuola Normale Superiore:
The Incentives of Hedge Fund Fees and HighWater Marks
 Kostas Kardaras, Boston University:
Financial equilibria in incomplete markets where heterogeneous agents with numeraireinvariant preferences act
 Dmitri Kramkov, Carnegie Mellon University:
Talk on recent work
 Kasper Larsen, Carnegie Mellon University:
Continuous equilibria with heterogeneous preferences and unspanned endowments
 Semyon Malamud, ETHZentrum:
Information Percolation in Segmented Markets
 Michael Monoyios, University of Oxford:
Optimal exercise of an executive stock option by an insider
 Miklós Rásonyi, University of Edinburgh:
Fragility of arbitrage and bubbles in diffusion models
 Martin Schwiezer, ETH Zurich:
How do optimal portfolios depend on the time horizon?
 Mihai Sirbu, University of Texas at Austin:
Optimal investment on finite horizon with random discrete order flow in illiquid markets
 Josef Teichmann, University of Technology Vienna:
Matrixvalued affine processes  theory and applications
 Nizar Touzi, Ecole Polytechnique:
Wellposedness of Second Order BSDEs
 Thaleia Zariphoupoulou, University of Texas at Austin:
Investment performance measurement under timemonotone criteria
 XunYu Zhou, University of Oxford:
Finding Quantiles
 Gordan Zitkovic, University of Texas at Austin:
Incompletemarket equilibria with exponential utilities
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 Zin Arai, Hokkaido University:
Rigorous verification of uniform hyperbolicity, subshifts of finite type and the pruning front
 Carlos Beltran, Universidad de Cantabria:
A difficult minimization problem: the distribution of points in the sphere
 Martin Berz, Michigan State:
Talk on recent work
 Ilia Binder, Toronto:
Walk on Sphere algorithm and boundary geometry
 Dror BarNatan, Toronto:
Dessert: Hilbert's 13th Problem, in Full Colour
 Mark Braverman, Microsoft Research:
Computability and Complexity of Julia Sets
 Nathan Dunfield, Illinois:
Practical solutions to hard problems in 3dimensional topology
 Herbert Edelsbrunner, Duke University:
Measuring with algebra
 Joel Hass, University of California, Davis:
Unknot diagrams requiring a quadratic number of Reidemeister moves to untangle
 Pat Hooper, Northwestern University:
Billiards in nearly isosceles triangles
 Svetlana Katok, Pennsylvania State University:
Reduction theory and coding of geodesics on the modular surface
 Stefano Luzzatto, International Centre for Theoretical Physics:
Deciding the undecidable: Probabilistic arguments versus finite resolution dynamics
 Igor Pak, UCLA:
Acute triangulations of polytopes
 Saul Schleimer, University of Warwick:
Twister: building triangulations of surface bundles
 Richard Schwartz, Brown University:
Polygonal Outer Billiards
 Carles Simó, Universidad de Barcelona:
The role of Dynamical Systems in Celestial Mechanics.Applications to Astronomy and Astrodynamics
 Sergei Tabachnikov, Penn State University:
Pentagrama Myrificum, Old wine into new wineskins
 Morwen Thistlethwaite, Tennessee:
The exact computation of some representation varieties
 Dylan Thurston, Barnard College, Columbia:
Rigidity of Graphs
 Warwick Tucker, Uppsala:
A rigorous lower bound for the stability regions of the quadratic map
 Shmuel Weinberger, Chicago:
Persistent homology of data, loop spaces, and landscapes
 Daniel Wilczak, University of Bergen:
Rigorous numerics for homoclinic tangencies
 Yosef Yomdin, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
I. CenterFocus Problem for Abel equation, Moment vanishing, Compositions, and Mathieu and Zhao conjectures
 Yosef Yomdin, The Weizmann Institute of Science:
II. "Algebraic" reconstruction of Signals and Images from Fourier Data
 Piotr Zgliczynski, Jagiellonian University:
Heteroclinic connections between fixed points for KuramotoSivashinki PDE, a computer assisted proof
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 Saugata Basu, Purdue University:
Polynomial hierarchy, Betti numbers and a real analogue of Toda's theorem
 Carlos Beltrán, Universidad de Cantabria:
Pathfollowing methods for solving Smale's 17th problem. Recent progress and open questions
 Peter Bürgisser, Universität Paderborn:
Condition Lecture 2
 Felipe Cucker, City University of Hong Kong:
Condition  Lecture 1
 Peter Bürgisser, Felipe Cucker, Universität Paderborn, City University of Hong Kong:
Condition  Lecture 3
 Alexandre D'Aspremont, Princeton University:
Tractable performance bounds for compressed sensing
 Jean Pierre Dedieu, Universite de Toulouse:
Complexity of Bezout's Theorem and the Condition Number  Lecture 1
 Jean Pierre Dedieu, Universite de Toulouse:
Complexity of Bezout's Theorem and the Condition Number  Lecture 2
 Jean Pierre Dedieu, Universite de Toulouse:
Complexity of Bezout's Theorem and the Condition Number  Lecture 3
 Marc Giusti, Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau:
On the geometry of polar varieties
 Askold Khovanskii, University of Toronto:
An interplay between Algebraic Geometry and Convex Geometry  Lecture 1
 Askold Khovanskii, University of Toronto:
An interplay between Algebraic Geometry and Convex Geometry  Lecture 2
 MyongHi Kim, SUNY at Old Westbury:
The average cost of one variable root finding polynomial
 Gregoire Lecerf, Université de Versailles:
Symbolic deformation techniques for polynomial system solvingLecture 1
 Gregoire Lecerf, Université de Versailles:
Symbolic deformation techniques for polynomial system solving  Lecture 2
 Gregoire Lecerf, Université de Versailles:
Symbolic deformation techniques for polynomial system solving  Lecture 3
 Renato Monteiro, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Algorithms for large scale structured optimization problemsLecture1
 Renato Monteiro, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Algorithms for large scale structured optimization problems  Lecture 2
 Renato Monteiro, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Algorithms for large scale structured optimization problems  Lecture 3
 Bernard Mourrain, INRIA Sophia Antipolis:
Isolation of real roots of polynomial systems, complexity and condition number
 Luis Miguel Pardo, Universidad de Cantabria:
On the work of JeanPierre Dedieu
 MarieFrancoise Roy, Universite de Rennes 1:
Certificates of positivity in the Bernstein basis
 Andrew Sommese, University of Notre Dame:
Zebra Fish, Tumor Growth, and Algebraic Geometry
 Joris van der Hoeven, Université ParisSud:
On the art of guessing
 Yinyu Ye, Stanford University:
On the complexity of Lp norm minimization for p less than 1
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 Peter Abrams, University of Toronto:
A review of research on adaptive movement and an overview of open questions
 Peter Abrams, University of Toronto:
Impacts of movement costs on betweenpatch movements and ecological interactions
 Priyanga Amarasekare, UCLA:
Nonrandom dispersal strategies in multitropic communities
 Steve Cantrell, University of Miami:
How biased density dependent movement of a species at the boundary of a habitat patch mediates its withinpatch dynamics
 Peter Chesson, University of Arizona:
The effects of adaptive predator movement on coexistence of prey species in a spatially varying environment
 Chris Cosner, University of Miami:
Evolutionary aspects of directed movement in reactionadvectiondiffusion models and their discrete analogues
 Ross Cressman, Wilfrid Laurier University:
Time Scales and Stability in Models of Coevolution
 Sam Flaxman, University of Colorado:
Coevolution of predator and prey movement mechanisms in an individual based model
 John Fryxell, University of Guelph:
Sociality, movement, and predatorprey dynamics in the Serengeti ecosystem
 Richard Gomulkiewicz, Washington State University:
Evolution of spatial correlations among interacting species
 Robert Holt, University of Florida:
The influence of adaptive movement on coevolutionary dynamics
 Christopher Klausmeier, Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University:
Adaptive movement of phytoplankton in vertical gradients and light and nutrients
 Mathew Leibold, University of Texas:
Metacommunity perspective on the consequences of adaptive dispersal
 Mark Lewis, University of Alberta:
First passage time: Connecting random walks to functional responses
 Frithjof Lutscher, University of Ottawa:
Population dynamics of central place foragers
 Barney Luttbeg, Oklahoma State University:
Adaptive predator and prey movement rules in a spatial game
 Kevin McCann, University of Guelph:
The Critical Role of Movement in Large and Small Ecosystems
 Roger Nisbet, UCSB:
Adaptive movement and spatial scales in advectiondominated systems
 Sebastian Schreiber, U.C. Davis:
Evolution of predator and prey movement in heterogenous environments
 Yuan Lou, Ohio State University:
Evolution of conditional dispersal in spatially heterogeneous habitats
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 David H. Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab:
HighPrecision Arithmetic and Experimental Mathematics
 Dan Bernstein, University of Illinois at Chicago:
Addition laws on elliptic curves
 Jon Borwein, University of Newcastle:
Exploratory Experimentation and Computation
 Andrew Bremner, Arizona State University:
Rational points on y2 = xn + k
 Timothy Caley, University of Waterloo:
The ProuhetTarryEscott Problem over the Gaussian Integers
 Marc Chamberland, Grinnell College:
Beautiful Sums: from Ramanujan to Apery
 Morley Davidson, Kent State University:
From covering congruences to the superflip: a distributed computing experiment
 Bart de Smit, Universiteit Leiden:
Searching for ABC triples
 Karl Dilcher, Dalhousie University:
Mod p3 analogues of theorems of Gauss and Jacobi on binomial coecients
 Michael Filaseta, University of South Carolina:
Open Problems on Covering Systems
 David Freeman, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands:
Pairing{friendly hyperelliptic curves and Weil restriction
 Hester Graves, Queen's University:
Euclidean Ideals in Imaginary Quadratic Fields
 Richard Guy, University of Calgary:
Talk on recent work
 Patrick Ingram, University of Waterloo:
Periodic points for polynomials over number elds
 Jeff Lagarias, University of Michigan:
Ternary Expansions of Powers of 2
 Tanje Lange, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven:
Edwards curves for ECM
 Hendrik Lenstra, Mathematisch Instituut, Universiteit Leiden:
Pro nite Fibonacci numbers
 James McKee, Royal Holloway, University of London:
Totally Positive Algebraic Integers of Small Trace
 Michael Mossinghoff, Davidson College:
Wieferich Madness
 Ram Murty, Queen's University:
Ramanujan and the ζfunction
 Nathan Ng, University of Lethbridge:
Talk on recent work
 Georges Rhin, Université de Metz:
On the totally real algebraic integers with diameter less than 4
 Igor Schparlinski, Macquarie University:
Possible Group Structures of Elliptic Curves
 Chris Smyth, University of Edinburgh:
Intersecting plane curves with the Euclidean algorithm
 Cam Stewart, University of Waterloo:
Neighbouring Powers
 Graeme Taylor, University of Edinburgh:
Integer Matrices with Constrained Eigenvalues
 Michael Yampolsky, University of Toronto:
Diophantine conditions and computability in polynomial dynamics
 Soroosh Yazdani, McMaster University:
On Szpiro's Conjecture
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 Panos Aliferis, IBM Watson Research Center:
Talk on recent work
 Panos Aliferis, IBM Watson Research Center:
Talk on recent work
 Jonathan Baugh, University of Waterloo:
NMR Quantum Information Processing
 Jonathan Baugh, University of Waterloo:
Advances and prospects in QIP implementations
 Daniel Gottesman, Perimeter Institute:
Quantum Error Correction
 Daniel Gottesman, Perimeter Institute:
Quantum Error Correction cont.
 David Kribs, University of Gueph:
Quantum information basics
 Daniel Lidar, University of Southern California:
Hybrid quantum error prevention, reduction, and correction methods
 Daniel Lidar, University of Southern California:
Hybrid quantum error prevention, reduction, and correction methods cont.
 Norbert Lutkenhaus, University of Waterloo:
Quantum Key Distribution: Theory and Practice
 Michele Mosca, University of Waterloo:
Quantum Computer Algorithms
 Michele Mosca, University of Waterloo:
Quantum Computer Algorithms
 Barry Sanders, University of Calgary:
Implementing quantum information in silicon
 Guifre Vidal, University of Queensland:
Entanglement
 Guifre Vidal, University of Queensland:
Entanglement in quantum manybody systems
 John Watrous, University of Waterloo:
Quantum Computational Complexity part 1
 John Watrous, University of Waterloo:
Quantum Computational Complexity part 2
 Jon Yard, Los Alamos National Laboratory:
Asymptotic theory of quantum communication
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 James Agler, UCSD:
Shur models, realizations and the generalization of theorems of Catatheodory, Julia and Wolf to several variables
 William Arveson, UC Berkeley:
Standard Hilbert modules and the Khomology of algebraic varieties
 Joseph Ball, VPISU:
Hardy algebras associated with Wcorrespondences: examples and applications
 Shibananda Biswas, Indian Statistical Institute:
Invariants for semiFredholm Hilbert module
 Vladimir Bolotnikov, The College of William and Mary:
Functionalmodel realizations for contractive multipliers of the DruryArveson space
 ManDuen Choi, University of Toronto:
Joint spectral circles
 Kenneth Davidson, University of Waterloo:
Commutant Lifting for Commuting Row Contractions
 Ronald Douglas, TAMU:
On Resolutions of Hilbert Modules
 Lawrence Fialkow, SUNY New Paltz:
Positivity of Riesz functionals and solutions of quadratic and quartic moment problems
 Palle Jorgensen, University of Iowa:
Representations of the Cuntz algebras, and some of their applications
 Michael Jury, University of Florida:
The commutative operator algebra of a finitedimensional operator space
 Elias Katsoulis, East Carolina University:
Semicrossed products of the noncommutative disc algebras
 Matthew Kennedy, University of Waterloo:
Wandering vectors and the hyperreflexivity of the free semigroup algebras
 Derek Kitson, Trinity College Dublin:
A collection of Browder joint spectra
 Greg Knese, University of California, Irvine:
Rational inner functions on the bidisk
 Terry A. Loring, University of New Mexico:
Noncommutative Semialgebraic sets
 Meghna Mittal, University of Houston:
Operator Algebra of Functions
 Mihai Putinar, UCSB:
Extremal pluriharmonic functions in the unit ball
 Justin R. Peters, Iowa State University:
Semicrossed products of Exel type
 Stefan Richter, University of Tennessee:
Extremals for families of commuting operators
 Roger Roybal, CSU Channel Islands:
The joint defect index of a symmetric operator tuple
 Kristian Seip, Trondheim University:
Bounded analytic functions on the infinite polydisc
 Orr Shalit, University of Waterloo:
Representing a product system representation as a contractive semigroup and applications to dilation theory
 Subrata Shyam Roy, Indian Statistical Institute:
Homogeneous Operators, Jet Construction and Similarity
 Tavan Trent, University of Alabama:
On the Taylor spectrum of ntuples of Toeplitz operators on the polydisk
 Dror Varolin, Stony Brook University:
WeightedL2 extension of holomorphic functions from hypersurfaces in Cn
 Hugo J. Woerdeman, Drexel University:
Classes of tuples of commuting contractions satisfying the multivariable von Neumann inequality
 Bamdad Yahaghi, University of Golestan:
An overview of trangularizability results on collections of compact
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 Girish S. Agarwal, Oklahoma State University:
How Much Quantum Noise is Detrimental to Entanglement
 Alain Aspect, Groupe d'Optique Atomique:
From Einstein's LichtQuanten to Wheeler's delayed choice experiment: quantum weirdness brought to light
 Stephen Bartlett, The University of Sydney:
Quantum computers: A new state of matter?
 Daniel Burgarth, Imperial College London:
Scalable quantum computation via local control of only two qubits
 Kyung Soo Choi, California Institute of Technology:
Coherent control and characterization of entanglement with atomic ensembles
 Susan Clark, Stanford University:
Ultrafast optical spin echo for electron spins in semiconductors
 David G. Cory, MIT:
The Design and Function of Quantum Information Processors
 Steve Flammia, Perimeter Institute:
Ultrafast quantum state tomography
 Shohini Ghose, Wilfrid Laurier University:
Entanglement and nonlocality in multiqubit pure states
 Nicolas Gisin, Université de Genčve:
Solidstate quantum memories for quantum repeaters
 Lucien Hardy, Perimeter Institute:
Operational Computation with Quantum Stuff
 Seogjoo Jang, Queens College of the City University of New York:
Theory of coherent resonance energy transfer for coherent initial condition
 Thomas Jennewein, Institute for Quantum Computing:
Quantum Communication and Information Processing with Photons  Experiments and Outlook
 Masato Koashi, Osaka University:
Complementarity and security of quantum key distribution
 Jordan Kyriakidis, Dalhousie University:
Nonadiabatic quantum control of multiple quantum dots embedded in cavities with global femtosecond optical pulses
 Anthony Laing, University of Bristol:
Quantum Process Discrimination, Waveguides, and Fault Tolerant Quantum Processes
 Jeff Lundeen, National Research Council, Institute for National Measurement Standards:
Designed photons from birefrigent waveguides
 Alberto M. Marino, NIST:
Applications of FourWave Mixing in Quantum Information
 John Martinis, University of California Santa Barbara:
Synthesizing arbitrary photon states in a superconducting resonator: The quantum digital to analog converter
 Ross McKenzie, University of Queensland:
Electronic excited states in optically active biomolecules: functional quantum systems with a tuneable environment interaction
 Akimasa Miyake, Perimeter Institute:
Quantum matchgate computation is as powerful as spacebounded quantum computation
 Chris Monroe, University of Maryland:
Quantum Networks with Ions, Phonons, and Photons
 Marcus Motzkus, University of Marburg:
Spectroscopy of biological molecules using coherent control
 P.K. Pathak, Queen's University:
Merging photonic crystal cavities and single quantum dots: a practical source of entangled photon pairs
 Terence Rudolph, Imperial College London:
A photonic cluster state machine gun
 Masahide Sasaki, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology:
Going beyond Gaussian limits on continuous variable processing and measurement
 Gregory Scholes, University of Toronto:
Coherently wired lightharvesting in a photosynthetic marine alga at ambient temperature
 Evgeny Shapiro, The University of British Columbia:
``Piecewise'' vs. ``Coherently controlled'' adiabatic passage
 Christoph Simon, University of Calgary:
Quantum Repeaters
 Martin J. Stevens, NIST:
Measuring HighOrder Coherences of Chaotic and Coherent Optical States
 Hiroki Takesue, NTT Corporation:
Unconditionally secure entanglementbased quantum key distribution experiment
 Wolfgang Tittel, University of Calgary:
PhotonEcho Quantum Memory and Controlled State Manipulation
 Yuuki Tokunaga, NTT, Osaka University:
Complete process tomography of experimental oneway quantum computation
 Jelena Vuckovic, Stanford University:
Quantum dots in photonic crystals: from quantum information processing to optical switching at a single photon level
 Andrew White, University of Queensland:
Quantum Chemistry on a Quantum Computer: First Steps and Prospects
 Nathan Wiebe, University of Calgary:
Quantum Computer Simulations of Time Dependent Hamiltonians
 LianAo Wu, University of the Basque Country:
Looking into the relation between quantum phase transition and entanglment via density functional theorey
 Ting Yu, Stevens Institute of Technology:
Disentanglement and Control of Qubit Systems
 Ran Zhao, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Longlived Quantum Memories
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 Devon N. Biggerstaff, Institute for Quantum Computing:
Optical implementation of a POVM measurement for photonic clusterstate quantum computing
 Aharon Brodutch, Macquarie University:
Zero Discord
 ChenFu Chiang, University of Central Florida:
A Quantum Algorithm for Approximating Partition Functions
 Jason Crann, University of Guelph:
The Geometry of Anticoherent Spin States
 Nathaniel Johnston, University of Guelph:
The Multiplicative Domain in Quantum Error Correction
 Nathan Killoran, IQC:
Remote state preparation: Quantum vs. Classical
 Olivier LandonCardinal, Universite de Montreal:
Decoherence Supression via environment preparation
 Lauri Lehman, Macquarie University:
Quantum walks with anyons
 Easwar Magesan, University of Waterloo:
Characterizing the Quantum Gate Fidelity
 Evan MeyerScott, Institute for Quantum Computing:
Quantum Key Distribution at 810 nm Through Installed Fibre Optics
 Osama Moussa, Institute for Quantum Computing:
Testing contextuality on quantum ensembles with one clean qubit
 Nishan Mudalige, University of Guelph:
The Geometry of The HigherRank Numerical Range and its Implications in Quantum Data Error Correction
 Corey O'Meara, University of Guelph:
The geometry of Schur maps and their application to the description of random unitary channels
 Gina Passante, University of Waterloo:
Approximating the Jones polynomial: an NMR experiment
 Jibran Rashid, University of Calgary:
Optimal Protocols for Nonlocality Distillation
 Ressa S. Said, Macquarie University:
Atomic phase estimation using a composite method of adaptive feedback and multiple phase shifts
 Anya Tafliovich, University of Toronto:
Predicative Quantum Programming
 Borzumehr Toloui, University of Calgary:
Frameness of Formation for Single Qubits
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 Koenraad Audenaert, University of London:
Variance bounds and commutators
 Fernando Brandao, Imperial College London:
Quantum hypothesis testing of noni.i.d. states and its connection to reversible resource theories
 Benoit Collins, University of Ottawa:
Random quantum channels: almost sure confinement of the eigenvalues
 Toby Cubitt, University of Bristol:
Superactivation of the ZeroError Classical Capacity of a Quantum Channel
 Edward Effros, UCLA:
Introduction to operator spaces
 Patrick Hayden, McGill University:
A liberation process for quantum mutual information
 Marius Junge, University of Illinois:
Mixed Lpnorms and minimal entropy
 Nilufer Koldan/ Christopher King, Northeastern University:
Comments on Hastings' additivity counterexamples1
 Christopher King, Northeastern University:
Comments on Hastings' additivity counterexamples2
 Vladimir Korepin, Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics:
Entanglement in Quantum Spin Chains
 David Kribs, University of Guelph:
Introduction to some operator structures relevant to quantum information
 Debbie Leung, University of Waterloo:
Continuity of quantum channel capacities
 Milan Mosonyi, National University of Singapore:
Discriminating correlated states of quantum lattice systems
 Ion Nechita, University of Ottawa and Université Lyon 1:
Majorization, entanglement catalysis, stochastic domination and $\ell_p$ norms
 Ion Nechita, University of Ottawa and Université Lyon 1:
Random quantum channels: graphical calculus
 Igor Bjelakovic/ Janis Noetzel, Technische Universitaet Berlin:
Universal quantum channel coding
 Carlos Palazuelos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid:
Operator Spaces: A natural language for Bell Inequalities
 Mary Beth Ruskai, Tufts University:
LOCC in operator language
 Volkher Scholz, LUH:
Tsirelson's problem
 M.E. Shirokov, Steklov Mathematical Institute:
The stability property of the set of quantum states and its applications
 Graeme Smith, IBM TJ Watson Research Center:
Introduction to quantum channel capacities
 Erling Stormer, University of Oslo:
Mapping cones of positive maps of B(H) into itself with H finite dimensional
 John Watrous, University of Waterloo:
Semidefinite programs for completely bounded norms
 Stephanie Wehner, Caltech:
A strong converse for classical channel coding using entangled inputs
 Michael Wolf, Copenhagen University:
Short stories on concatenated quantum channels
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 Alan AspuruGuzik, Harvard University:
Quantum computer simulation for chemical dynamics and molecular electronic structure
 Paul W. Ayers, McMaster University:
Variational Reduced Density Matrix Theory: Successes and Failures
 Bastiaan Braams, Emory University:
The reduced density matrix method and some complexity issues
 Garnet KinLic Chan, Cornell University:
The DMRG and Correlator Product States
 Matthias Christandl, LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München:
Estimating the spectrum of an operator  a technique for the analysis of spectral relations via representation theory
 Robert Erdahl, Queen's University:
Reduced density matrices, the lower bound method and the contracted Schroedinger equation
 Alexander Klyachko, Bilkent University:
Quantum marginal problem
 Alexander Klyachko, Bilkent University:
The Pauli exclusion principle and beyond
 Robert Koenig (Caltech), Graeme Mitchison (University of Cambridge):
de Finetti theorems for quantum states
 Allen Knutson, University of California, San Diego:
Schubert Calculus short course
 Allen Knutson, University of California, San Diego:
Schubert Calculus short course part 2
 Allen Knutson, University of California, San Diego:
Schubert Calculus short course part 3
 Allen Knutson, University of California, San Diego:
Schubert Calculus short course part 4
 YiKai Liu, California Institute of Technology:
Nrepresentability is QMAcomplete
 Peter Love, Haverford College:
QMAcomplete problems for stoquastic Hamiltonians and Markov matrices
 Stefano Pironio, University of Geneva:
Noncommutative polynomial optimization and the varianional RDM method
 Renato Renner, ETH Zurich:
De Finetti and entropies
 Mary Beth Ruskai, Tufts University:
transition remarks
 Frank Verstraete, University of Vienna:
Density matrices in realspace renormalization group methods
 TzuChieh Wei, University of Waterloo:
Bosonic Nrepresentability problem is also QMAcomplete
 Andreas Winter, University of Bristol:
A new inequality for the von Neumann entropy
 Michael M. Wolf, Niels Bohr Institute:
Bell inequalities and joint measurability  relating classical and quantum marginal problems
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