SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

September 23, 2014

PUBLIC LECTURES 2005-06

March 21, 2006
Nerenberg Lecture
R. Stephen Berry, University of Chicago
Energy: Mysterious and Amazing, Conserved and Conserving

March 13-14, 2006
Fields-Carleton Distinguished Lecture Series
Donald Saari
, University of California, Irvine
and Director, Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences
Fascinating mathematics from the social sciences.

January 22, 2006
Royal Canadian Institute, Free Science on Sundays
Miroslav Lovric (McMaster University)
Infinity: The most fascinating of all ideas
Macleod Auditorium, Medical Sciences Bldg.

November 20, 2005
Royal Canadian Institute, Free Science on Sundays
Jean E. Taylor,Visitor,
Courant Institute for the Mathematics Sciences, NYU;
Professor of Mathematics Emerita, Rutgers University
From Soap Bubbles to Crystal Growth
Macleod Auditorium, Medical Sciences Bldg.

October 24, 2005 -- 6:00 p.m.
Clay Mathematics Institute Public Lecture
Professor Leo P. Kadanoff, University of Chicago
Making a Splash; Breaking a Neck: The Development of Complexity in Physical Systems
(audio of talk)

July 21, 2005 -- 11 a.m.
Dr. M.S. Narasimhan, T.I.F.R Centre, Bangalore
Moduli spaces of vector bundles: remembrance of things past
(audio of talk)


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