
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES 

April 18, 2015  
Symposium Celebrating New Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada

1:00 p.m. .

Introduction, and acknowledgment of new Academy of Science FRSCs 
1:10 p.m.

David C. BRYDGES 
2:00 p.m.

Lisa JEFFREY Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough Flat connections on Riemann surfaces 
2:50 p.m.

Walter CRAIG Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University Bounds on Kolmogorov spectra for the Navier  Stokes equations 
3:45 p.m.

Reception 
David C. BRYDGES, Department of Mathematics, University
of British Columbia 

Walter CRAIG, Department of Mathematics
and Statistics, McMaster University Walter Craig is one of the world leaders in nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) and their applications, particularly as they apply to the mathematical study of water waves. He has made deep and lasting contributions to other areas of PDEs which are among the milestones in the field including KolmogorovArnoldMoser theory for Hamiltonian PDEs through his work on the small divisor problem, and progress on the NavierStokes and Boltzmann equations. He is the Director of the Applied and Industrial Mathematics Laboratory at McMaster and has provided mentorship to an enormous number of young mathematicians through his academic leadership. 

Lisa JEFFREY, Department of Computer and
Mathematical Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough Lisa Jeffrey made fundamental contributions to symplectic geometry, moduli spaces and mathematical physics. Her groundbreaking work with Frances Kirwan led to their celebrated proof of the Witten formulas for stable vector bundles, a landmark achievement in the theory of moduli spaces; their techniques are now standard tools in symplectic geometry and other areas of mathematics and physics. The interdisciplinary nature of Jeffrey's work has an enormous value to both mathematics and theoretical physics, and especially to quantum field theory and string theory. Jeffrey's research accomplishments have been honoured by the AndréAisenstadt Prize, a Sloan Fellowship, a Premier's Research Excellence Award, the McLean Award, the Krieger Nelson Prize, the CoxeterJames Prize, and a Steacie Fellowship. 
Division of Applied Sciences and Engineering / Division des
sciences appliquées et génie
HAYNES, Charles A., Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering,
University of
British Columbia
*LAZARIDIS, Mike – President and CoCEO, Research in Motion
*=citation has not yet been approved
MACGREGOR, John F., Department of Chemical Engineering, McMaster
University
MYLOPOULOS, John, Department of Computer Science, University of
Toronto
NG, Flora T.T., Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
Waterloo
SELVADURAI, A. Patrick S., Department of Civil Engineering, McGill
University
WONG, K. Max, FCAE, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
McMaster
Univiersity
YOUNG, R. Paul, C. Eng, C. Geol., Department of Civil Engineering,
University of Toronto
Division of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences / Division
des sciences de la terre, de l’océan et de l’atmosphère
GOODARZI, Fariborz, Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources
Canada
HEAMAN, Larry M., Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences,
University of
Alberta
SHEPHERD, Theodore G., Department of Physics, University of Toronto
ZAWADSKI, Isztar I., Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,
McGill
University
Life Sciences / Sciences de la vie
DONNER, Allan, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics,
Schulich School of
Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario
HALLORAN, Philip Francis, OC, Department of Medicine, University
of Alberta
HAYNES, R. Brian, Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics,
McMaster
University
KISILEVSKY, Robert, Department of Pathology, Queen’s University
LOPASCHUK, Gary D., Department of Pediatrics and Pharmacology, University
of
Alberta
MACVICAR, Brian A., Department of Psychiatry, University of British
Columbia
Simon Fraser University
MARRA, Marco A., Department of Medical Genetics, University of British
Columbia /
Simon Fraser University
MCELHANEY, Ronald N., Department of Biochemistry, University of
Alberta
MEANEY, Michael J., CQ, Douglas Mental Health University Institute,
McGill University
MICHALAK, Marek, Department of Biochemistry, University of Alberta
PALMER, A. Richard, Department of Biological Sciences, University
of Alberta
PARK, Morag, Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University
PEARSON, Keir G., Department of Physiology, University of Alberta
SADDLER, John N., FIAWS, Faculty of Forestry, University of British
Columbia
STIRLING, Ian G., OC, Canadian Wildlife Service, University of Alberta
TAYLOR, Diane E., Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology,
University of
Alberta
WHITFIELD, Chris, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology,
University of Guelph
Mathematical and Physical Sciences / Mathématiques et
sciences physiques
BRYDGES, David C., Department of Mathematics, University of British
Columbia
CHARETTE, André, Département de chimie, Université
de Montréal
CRAIG, Walter, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster
University
DOUGLAS, Donald J., FCIC, University of British Columbia
GUO, Hong, Department of Physics, McGill University
JEFFREY, Lisa, Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences,
University of
Toronto at Scarborough
KUMACHEVA, Eugenia, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto
MARTIN, Peter G., Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University
of Toronto
NORTON, Peter R., Department of Chemistry, University of Western
Ontario
SCHAEFFER, Jonathan, Department of Computing Science, University
of Alberta
TAILLEFER, Louis, Département de physique et RQMP, Université
de Sherbrooke
Foreign Fellows / Membres étrangers
Foreign Fellow / Membre étranger
BERGER, André, Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgique)
Specially Elected Fellow/ Membre à titre spécial
HACKETT, Peter A., FCIC, Alberta Ingenuity Fund
A complete listing of all new Fellows elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 2007 is available here.