January 19, 2017

Fields Institute Colloquium Series on Mathematics Outside Mathematics

The Fields Institute Colloquium on Mathematics Outside Mathematics brings scientists, engineers, and mathematicians together. The purpose of the talks is to expose areas of exciting current scientific and engineering inquiry which involve mathematics and which may benefit from further interdisciplinary research.

The colloquium provides a forum for researchers from different fields to interact and use advances in mathematics to establish connections across traditional boundaries in science and engineering.

Jim Colliander, University of Toronto, email:
David Earn, McMaster University, email:
Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto, email:
Mary Pugh, University of Toronto, email:

Past Seminars - Audio and Slides of Past Talks

Friday, March 28, 2003, 1:10 PM
Eugene Fiume, Computer Science, University of Toronto
Signal theoretic characterisation of three dimensional polygonal geometry

Friday, March 21, 2003, 1:10 PM
Ray Kapral, Chemistry, University of Toronto
Twisting Filaments in Oscilatory Media

Friday, February 7, 2002, 1:10 PM
John Sipe, Physics, University of Toronto
Effective field theories for nonlinear optics in artificially structured materials

Friday, November 1, 2002, 1:10 PM
Stuart Whittington, Chemistry, University of Toronto
Randomly coloured self-avoiding walks: A model of random copolymers

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