May 26, 2018

Director's Seminar Series

June 21, 1993 -- Ludwig Reich (University of Graz)
On Families of Commuting Formal Power Series Transformations and Iteratives Roots

May 17, 1993 -- Oleg Bogoyavlenskij (Queens University)
Existence of the Riemannian Invariants

May 10, 1993 -- James W. York (University of North Carolina)
The Role of Quasi-local Gravitational Energy in Statistical Physics

May 3, 1993 -- Robert Tibshirani (University of Toronto)
Handwritten Digit Recognition via Deformable Prototypes

April 26, 1993 -- Renate Loll (Syracuse University)
The Loop Approach to Non-Abelian Gauge Theory and Gravity

April 5, 1993 -- Sergey Prishepionok (Portland State University)
Group Drift in Hamiltonian Systems

March 29, 1993 -- Peter Greiner (University of Toronto)
Complex Hamiltonian Mechanics and Hypoelleptic Differential Equations

March 22, 1993 -- Michael Weinstein (University of Michigan)
Nonlinear Bound States

March 15, 1993 -- Sue Ann Campbell (C.R.M. Université de Montréal)
Muliply Delayed Ordinary Differential Equations as Models for Physiological Control Systems

March 8, 1993 -- Gérard Laumon (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orsay)
Drinfeld Modular Varieties

March 1, 1993 -- Sheldon Newhouse (University of North Carolina)
Strange Attractors in Dissipative Planar Maps

February 22, 1993 -- Oliver O'Reilly (University of California, Berkeley)
Dissipation Induced Instabilities in Reversible Systems

February 15, 1993 -- Bradd Hart (McMaster University)
Classification Theory and a Definition of Structure

February 8, 1993 -- David K. Campbell (University of Illinois)
Nonlinear Science: The Next Decade

February 1, 1993 -- Jacques Hurtubise (McGill University)
Labelled Particles, Rational Maos, and the proof of the Atiyah-Jones Conjecture

January 18, 1993 -- Scott Tremaine (Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Toronto)
The Long-Term Stability of the Solar System

September 25, 1992 -- Elizabeth Bradley (MIT Artificial Intellegence Lab)
Control Algorithms for Chaotic Systems