
Audio and/or slides are available for talks given at the Fields Institute
during the following events in the year July 2010  June 2011.
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 2011
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November 2010
October 2010
September 2010
August 2010
July 2010
 October 5, 2010: Pietro Belotti, Clemson University:
Couenne, an OpenSource solver for nonconvex Mixed Integer Nonlinear Optimization
 November 2, 2010: Tim Davidson, Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, McMaster University:
Semidefinite relaxation in action: Efficient "soft" demodulation for wireless communication systems with multiple antennas.
 November 2, 2010: Ramy Gohary, RIMCarleton Research Project, Manager:
Jointly Optimal Design of The Transmit Covariance and The Relay Precoder in AmplifyandForward Relay Channels
 December 7, 2010: Yurii Nesterov, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics, Université catholique de Louvain:
Recent advances in Structural Optimization
 October 5, 2010: Alkis Vazacopoulos, FICO:
Using Mixed Integer Programming to Solve Sequencing, Scheduling and Packing Problems
 February 1, 2011: Arian Novruzi, University of Ottawa:
Optimal shape design and hydrogen fuel cells
 February 1, 2011: Jeff Renfro, Honeywell Process Solutions:
Overview of a Nonlinear Model Predictive Optimal Control Technology used in Industrial Process Control Applications
 March 1, 2011: Nick Sahinidis, Carnegie Mellon University:
Global optimization of nonconvex NLPs and MINLPs with BARON
 March 1, 2011: Jose M. Pinto, Praxair R&D:
Risk Management in the Industrial Gas Supply Chain
 April 5, 2011: Boris Mordukhovich, Wayne State University:
Generalized Newton's Method Based on Graphical Derivatives
 April 5, 2011: San Yip, Suncor Energy:
Challenges of Integrating Planning and Scheduling in Oil Industry
 May 3, 2011: Andrew Jardine and Dragan Banjevic, University of Toronto:
On the Optimization of ConditionBased Maintenance Decisions
 May 3, 2011: Norm Hann, Hydro One:
Closing the Crevice: Achieving Valuable Maintenance Analyses by Linking Corporate Data with Maintenance Analysis Software
 June 7, 2011: Kim B. McAuley, Queen's University:
Optimization for Development of Reliable Fundamental Models
 June 7, 2011: Keith Marchildon, Keith Marchildon Chemical Process Design Inc.:
Modeling Successes in a Polymer Production Process
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 October 27, 2010: Emanuel Derman, Columbia University:
Metaphors, Models & Theories in Science and Finance
 November 24, 2010: Pierre CollinDufresne, Carson Family Professor of Finance, Columbia University:
On the Relative Pricing of long Maturity S&P 500 Index Options and CDX Tranches
 November 24, 2010: Kostas Kardaras, Boston University:
Pricing and hedging barrier options in diffusion models via 3dimensional Bessel bridges
 September 29, 2010: Alexey Kuznetsov, York University:
Meromorphic Levy processes and their applications in Finance and Insurance
 September 29, 2010: Liuren Wu, Professor of Economics and Finance, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College:
A New Approach to Constructing Implied Volatility Surfaces
 October 27, 2010: Fernando Zapatero, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California:
Executive Stock Options as a Screening Mechanism
 February 23, 2011: Mike Ludkovski, UCSB:
Price Discrepancies and Optimal Timing to Buy Options
 March 30, 2011: Rafael MendozaArriaga, The University of Texas at Austin:
Constructing Markov Processes with Dependent Jumps by Multivariate Subordination: Applications to MultiName CreditEquity Modeling
 March 30, 2011: Alfred Lehar, University of Calgary:
Macroprudential capital requirements and systemic risk
 April 27, 2011: Xunyu Zhou, Oxford University:
Behavioural Portfolio Choice
 April 27, 2011: Patrick Cheridito, Princeton University:
Pricing and Hedging in Affine Models with Possibility of Default
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 November 26, 2010: Timothy David, University of Canterbury:
The Challenge of Multiple Scales in the Biological Sciences: Applications in Cerebrovascular Perfusion
 December 14, 2010: Bard Ermentrout, University of Pittsburgh:
Double or Nothing: The Blinking Brain
 January 18, 2011: Dr. Will Ryu, University of Toronto:
Bacteria and worm behavior: a systemslevel study of signaling, time scales, and stereotyped motions
 February 18, 2011: Dr. Christoph Haselwandter, Applied Physics & Materials Science, Caltech:
Symmetry of membrane polyhedra
 March 15, 2011: John Milton, Claremont College:
Multistability and the onset of epileptic seizures
 April 19, 2011: Michael Mackey, McGill University:
Using mathematical modeling to tailor the administration of GCSF in disease states
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 November 1, 2010: Cédric Villani, Institut Henri Poincaré,Paris & Université Claude Bernard Lyon I:
What is the fate of the solar system?
 November 3, 2010: Cedric Villani, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris & Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1:
Particle systems and Landau damping
 November 4, 2010: Cedric Villani, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris & Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1:
From echo analysis to nonlinear Landau damping (no slides)
 January 20, 2011: ShingTung Yau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Harvard University:
Further Exploration of the Shape of Inner Space
 January 21, 2011: ShingTung Yau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Harvard University:
Mass and Momentum in General Relativity
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 Viviane Baladi, CNRS/Ecole Normale Supérieure:
Exponential decay of correlations for piecewise hyperbolic contact flows
 Luis Benet, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México:
Escaping orbits shaping narrow planetary rings: A billiard example
 Sergey Bolotin, University of WisconsinMadison:
Second species solutions of the 3 body problem
 Florentino Borondo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid:
Quantumlike PoincareBirkhoff theorem
 Abed Bounemoura, Institut Mathématique de Jussieu:
Stability and instability for nearlinear Hamiltonian systems
 Hendrik W. Broer, University of Groningen:
Resonance and fractal geometry
 Leonid Bunimovich, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Focusing components of chaotic billiards should be absolutely focusing
 Wei Cheng, Nanjing University:
Integrability by means of variational methods
 Nikolai Chernov, University of Alabama at Birmingham:
Stable regimes for hard disks in a channel with twisting walls
 Luigi Chierchia, Università "Roma Tre":
Full torsion in the planetary Nbody problem
 Pablo Cincotta, Universidad Nacional de La Plata:
Open problems in Dynamical Astronomy
 Jacopo De Simoi, University of Roma "Tor Vergata":
Cyclicity one elliptic islands in the standard family
 Amadeu Delshams, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya:
Talk on recent work
 Dmitry Dolgopyat, University of Maryland:
Instabilities of area preserving flows on surfaces
 Gerard Gómez, Universitat de Barcelona:
Some Transport Mechanisms in the Solar System
 Marcel Guardia, Fields Institute/ U. of Toronto:
Diffusion along mean motion resonances in the restricted three body problem
 Massimiliano Guzzo, University of Padova:
Numerical investigations of a conjecture by N.N. Nekhoroshev about stability in quasiintegrable systems
 Jean  Pierre Marco, Université Paris 6:
Generic properties of classical systems on T^2 with applications to diffusion
 P. J. Morrison, University of Texas at Austin:
Transport, Arnold Diffusion, Stability, and Negative Energy Modes
 Anatoly Neishtadt, Loughborough University/Space Research Institute:
Averaging, passages through resonances, and captures into resonance in dynamics of charged particles
 Maria Saprykina, KTH School of Engineering Sciences:
Examples of Hamiltonian systems with Arnold diffusion
 David Sauzin, Observatoire de Paris:
There is only one KAM curve
 Alfonso Sorrentino, University of Cambridge:
On the existence of invariant smooth Lagrangian graphs: a weak version of LiouvilleArnol’d theorem
 Arturo Vieiro, Universitat de Barcelona:
Dynamics in resonant chaotic zones: inner/outer splittings of separatrices
 Jinxin Xue, University of Maryland:
Continuous averaging proof of the Nekhoroshev theorem
 Jun Yan, Fudan University:
A New LaxOleinik Type Operator in Weak KAM Theory
 Ke Zhang, University of Toronto:
Arnold diffusion via normally hyperbolic cylinders
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 Guillaume Bal, Columbia University:
Hybrid Inverse Problems and Internal Functionals
 Charles Epstein, University of Pennsylvania:
New approaches to the numerical solution of Maxwell's Equations
 Aaron Fenster, Robarts Research Institute:
Use of 3D Ultrasound Imaging in Diagnosis, Treatment and Research
 Mathias Fink, Universite Paris 7:
Multiwave Imaging and Elastography
 Polina Golland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Nonparametric AtlasBased Segmentation of Highly Variable Anatomy
 David Isaacson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:
Problems in Electrical Impedance Imaging
 Ender Konukoglu, Microsoft Research, Cambridge:
Personalizing Mathematical Models with Sparse Medical Data: Applications to Tumor Growth and Electrocardiophysiology
 Jeremy Magland, University of Pennsylvania:
Processing strategies for realtime neurofeedback using fMRI
 Anne Martel, Sunnybrook Health Sciences:
Assessing response of cancer to therapy using MRI
 Michael I. Miller, Johns Hopkins University:
Diffeomorpic Shape Momentum in Computational Anatomy and Neuroinformatics
 Xavier Pennec, INRIA Sophia Antipolis:
Statistical Analysis on Manifolds in Medical Image Analysis
 Justin Romberg, Georgia Institute of Technology:
A Survey of Compressed Sensing and Applications to Medical Imaging
 Yoram Rudy, Washington University, St. Louis:
Noninvasive Electrocardiographic Imaging (ECGI) of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia
 John Schotland, University of Michigan:
Physical Aspects of Hybrid Inverse Problems
 Emil Sidky, University of Chicago:
What does compressive sensing mean for Xray CT and comparisons with its MRI application
 Samuli Siltanen, University of Helsinki:
Lowdose threedimensional Xray imaging
 Gunther Uhlmann, UC Irvine and University of Washington:
Thermoacoustic tomography with a variable sound speed
 Lihong V. Wang, Washington University, St. Louis:
Photoacoustic Tomography: Ultrasonically Breaking through the Optical Diffusion Limit
 Graham Wright, Sunnybrook Health Sciences and U. of Toronto:
MRI for Management of Ventricular Arrhythmias
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 Libor Barto, McMaster University:
The Dichotomy for Conservative Constraint Satisfaction Problems Revisited
 Manuel Bodirsky, École Polytechnique:
Decidability of Definability
 Mikolaj Bojanczyk, University of Warsaw:
Automata with group actions
 Udi Boker, Hebrew University:
Temporal Specifications with Accumulative Values
 Vaclav Brozek, University of Edinburgh:
Two Views on Multiple Mean Payoff Objectives in Markov Decision Processes
 Pierre Clairambault, University of Bath:
Isomorphisms of types in the presence of higherorder references
 Yija Chen, Shanghai Jiaotong University:
Listings and logics
 Martin Churchill, University of Bath:
Imperative Programs as Proofs via Game Semantics
 Derek Dreyer, MPISWS:
Separation Logic in the Presence of Garbage Collection
 Cameron Freer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
#Pcomplete conditional distributions
 Stefan Goller, University of Bremen:
The Complexity of Verifying Ground Tree Rewrite Systems
 Sergey Goncharov, DFKI Bremen:
Powermonads and Tensoring Unranked Effects
 Jean GoubaultLarrecq, ENS Cachan:
Continuous Random Variables
 Axel Haddad, LIAFA, Université Paris Diderot  Paris 7:
Qualitative Tree Languages
 Ichiro Hasuo, University of Tokyo:
Semantics of HigherOrder Quantum Computation via Geometry of Interaction
 Willem Heijltjes, University of Edinburgh:
Proof nets for additive linear logic with units
 Charles Jordan, Hokkaido University:
Recent Progress in the Classification for Testability
 Eric JuiYi Kao, Stanford University:
Achieving cut, deduction, and other properties with a variation on quasiclassical logic
 Manfred Kufleitner, University of Stuttgart:
Languages of DotDepth One over Infinite Words
 Naoki Kobayashi, Tohoku University:
HigherOrder Model Checking: From Theory to Practice
 Neelakantan Krishnaswami, Microsoft Research:
Ultrametric Semantics of Reactive Programs
 Andrei Krokhin, Durham University:
The complexity of evaluating firstorder sentences over a fixed structure
 Gregory Lafitte, CNRS:
Holes Punched Computabilities
 Ugo Dal Lago, Università di Bologna:
Linear Dependent Types and Relative Completeness
 Robby Lampert, Weizmann Institute:
Rigorous Approximated Determinization of Weighted Automata
 Dai Tri Man Le, University of Toronto:
Formalizing Randomized Matching Algorithms
 Florent Madelaine, University d'Auvergne:
A tretachotomy for positive firstorder logic without equality
 JeanYves Marion, INRIA Nancy  LORIA:
A type system for complexity flow analysis
 Jakub Milchaliszyn, University of Warsaw:
The Ultimate Undecidability Result for the HalpernShoham Logic
 Alexandre Miquel, ENS de Lyon:
Forcing as a program transformation
 Rasmus Ejlers Møgelberg, IT University of Copenhagen:
First steps in synthetic guarded domain theory: stepindexing in the topos of trees
 Michele Pagani, Institut Galilee  Universite Paris Nord:
The Computational Meaning of Probabilistic Coherence Spaces
 Toniann Pitassi, University of Toronto:
Propositional Proof Complexity: A survey on the state of the art, including some recent results
 Wang Qian, Tsinghua University:
COQ MTU: A higherorder type theory with a predicative hierarchy of universes parameterized by a decidable firstorder theory
 Christian Reveros, University of Oxford:
Regular Repair of Specifications
 Silvain Rideau, Ecole normale Superieure:
Concurrent strategies
 Daniel M. Roy, University of Cambridge:
Noncomputable conditional distributions
 Pietro Sala, University of Verona:
What's decidable about Halpern and Shoham's interval logic? The maximal fragment ABBL
 Sam Sanders, Ghent University:
Computing the Infinite
 Sylvain Schmitz, University of Edinburgh:
A decidable twoway logic on data words
 Kohei Suenaga, Kyoto University, JSPS Fellow:
Programming with Infinitesimals: A WHILELanguage for Hybrid System Modeling
 Ashish Tiwari, SRI International:
Logic in Software, Dynamical and Biological Systems
 Nikos Tzevelekos, University of Leicester:
Game semantics for good general references
 Jonni Virtema, University of Tampere:
Complexity of twovariable Dependence Logic and IFLogic
 Martin Ziegler, Techn.Univ. Darmstadt:
Computational Complexity of Quantum Satisfiability
 Ting Zhang, Iowa State University:
Can Nondeterminism Help Complementation?
 GuoQiang Zhang, Case Western Reserve University:
Concatenation and Kleene Star on Deterministic Finite Automata
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 Ejaz Ahmed, University of Windsor:
System/Machine Bias versus Human Bias: Generalized Linear Models
 Pierre Alquier, Université Paris 7:
Bayesian estimators in high dimension: PAC bounds and Monte Carlo methods
 Rudy Beran, University of CaliforniaDavis:
Estimating Many Means: A Mosaic of Recent Methodologies
 Jiahua Chen, University of British Columbia:
Advances in EMtest for Finite Mixture Models
 Shojaeddin Chenouri, University of Waterloo:
Comparison of Two Populations of Curves with an Application in Neuronal Data Analysis
 Kjell Doksum, University of WisconsinMadison:
Biomedical large scale inference
 Yang Feng, Columbia University:
Loss Adaptive Modified Penalty in Variable Selection
 D.A.S. Fraser, University of Toronto:
HighDimensional: The Barrier and Bayes and Bias
 Xiaoli Gao, Oakland University:
LAD Fused Lasso Signal Approximation
 Xin Gao, York University:
Model selection for highdimensional data with applications in feature selection and network building
 Yulia Gel, University of Waterloo:
Banded regularization of autocovariance matrices in application to parameter estimation and forecasting of time series
 Jiashun Jin, Carnegie Mellon University:
UPS delivers optimal phase diagram in high dimensional variable selection
 Timothy D. Johnson, University of Michigan:
Computational Speedup in Spatial Bayesian Image Modeling via GPU Computing
 Abbas Khalili, McGill University:
Regularization in finite mixture of regression models with diverging number of parameters
 Peter Kim, University of Guelph:
Testing Quantum States for Purity
 Samuel Kou, Harvard University:
Multiresolution inference of stochastic models from partially observed data
 Hua Liang, University of Rochester:
Profiled Forward Regression for Ultrahigh Dimensional Variable Screening in Semiparametric Partially Linear Models
 Xihong Lin, Harvard University:
Hypothesis testing and variable selection for Studying Rare Variants in Sequencing Association Studies
 Yufeng Liu, North Carolina University:
Automatic Structure Selection for Partially Linear Models
 Jinchi Lv, University of Southern California:
NonConcave Penalized Likelihood with NPDimensionality
 Bin Nan, University of Michigan:
Sparse 3D Functional Regression via Haar Wavelets
 Annie Qu, University of Illinois UC:
Conditional Inference Functions for MixedEffects Models with Unspecified RandomEffects Distribution
 Enayet Raheem, Windsor Essex County Health Unit:
Absolute Penalty and Bsplinebased Shrinkage Estimation in Partially Linear Models
 Sunil Rao, University of Miami:
Mixing Generalized Ridge Regressions
 Xiaotong Shen, University of Minnesota:
On simultaneous supervised clustering and feature selection
 Christopher G. Small, University of Waterloo:
Multivariate analysis of data in curved shape spaces
 Hao Helen Zhang, North Carolina State University:
On Sparse Estimation for Semiparametric Linear Transformation Models
 Hongtu Zhu, University of North Carolina:
Smoothing Imaging Data in Population Studies
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 D. Dutykh, Université de SavoieCNRS:
Dispersive and nondispersive wave runup and some related phenomena
 I. Fine, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sydney, BC:
The NEPTUNE Canada measurements of approaching tsunamis off the British Columbia coast: an opportunity for regional modelling and forecasting
 Johannes Gemmrich, University of Victoria:
Dynamical and statistical explanations of rogue wave occurrence rates Johannes Gemmrich
 D. Greenslade, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne:
Operational tsunami forecast and warning
 Ch. Kharif, IRPHE:
Extreme sea wave modelling : Application to rogue waves
 Emile Okal, Northwestern University:
Tsunamis as normal modes of the Earth, and a venture into extracurricular geophysics
 Miguel Onorato, Università di Torino:
Triggering breathers in currents
 G. Pedersen, Universitetet i Oslo:
Topics related to tsunamis generated by rock slides
 E. Pelinovsky, RAS  Nizhny Novgorod:
Rogue Waves in the Ocean; Facts, Theories and Modelling
 Harvey Segur, University of Colorado:
Tsunamis
 H. Yeh, Oregon State University:
SolitaryWave Amplification along a Vertical Wall: Theory and Experiment
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 Michael Anderson, Stony Brook University:
The Dirichlet problem for Einstein metrics in AdS/CFT
 Dezhong Chen, University of Toronto:
Examples of Einstein manifolds in odd dimensions
 Octav Cornea, Université de Montréal:
Lagrangian Cobordism
 Roman Golovko, Montreal/UQAM:
The cylindrical contact homology of universally tight sutured solid tori
 C. Robin Graham, University of Washington:
Conformal geometry and metrics of holonomy split G2
 Hongnian Huang, CRM:
Symmetries of extremal metrics on projective bundles and stability
 Francois Lalonde, Université de Montréal:
Homological Lagrangian monodromy
 Ben Mares, McMaster University:
Some analytic aspects of VafaWitten twisted N = 4 supersymmetric YangMills theory
 Robert McCann, University of Toronto:
Optimal multidimensional pricing facing informational asymmetry
 Tomasz Mrowka, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:
Filtrations on Instanton Knot Homology
 Andre Neves, Imperial College London:
Singularities for Lagrangian mean curvature flow
 Sinem Onaran, University of Waterloo:
Legendrian Knots and Contact Structures
 João Penedones, Perimeter Institute:
Writing CFT correlation functions as AdS scattering amplitudes
 Natasa Sesum, Rutgers University:
Solitons in geometric flows
 Pedro Vieira, Perimeter Institute:
Integrability in/and AdS/CFT
 Katrin Wehrheim, M.I.T.:
Functoriality for Lagrangian correspondences
 Xi Yin, Harvard University:
Higher spin gauge theories and holography
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 YeoJin Chung, Southern Methodist University:
Strong Collapse Turbulence in Quintic Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation
 Mathieu Colin, University of Bordeaux:
Laser Plasma interactions: Zakharov's System and solitary waves
 Walter Craig, McMaster University:
Birkhoff normal forms for the problem of water waves
 Edwin Ding, University of Washington:
HighEnergy Passive ModeLocking with the Sinusoidal GinzburgLandau Model
 Alex Himonas, University of Notre Dame:
The Cauchy problem of weakly dispersive equations
 John Hunter, University of California:
Waves with constant frequency
 Slim Ibrahim, University of Victoria:
On sharp scattering threshold for the focusing critical NLS & NLKG equations
 Levent Kurt, City University of New York:
Randomness and Stochastic Short Pulse Equation
 Nathan Kutz, University of Washington:
Modeling ModeLocked Lasers in the Few Femtosecond Regime
 Seungly Oh, University of Kansas:
On quadratic Schroedinger equations in 1D: a normal form approach
 Didier Pilod, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro:
On HirotaSatsuma's equation
 Zhijun Qiao, University of Texas  Pan American:
Negative order KdV equation and its soliton and kink solutions
 Anton Sakovich, McMaster University:
Wave breaking in the OstrovskyHunter equation
 Tobias Schafer, City University of New York:
The NLSE and SPE as approximations of a nonlinear wave equation
 Guido Schneider, University of Stuttgart:
Why makes the NLS equation correct predictions beyond its range of validity?
 Alessandro Selvitella, McMaster University:
Some problems concerning a Quasilinear Schroedinger Equation
 Atanas Stefanov, University of Kansas:
Wellposedness and small data scattering for the generalized Ostrovsky equation
 Feride Tiglay, Fields Institute:
Integrable evolution equations on spaces of tensor densities and their peakon solutions
 Eugene Wayne, Boston University:
Asymptotic Stability of the Toda msolitons
 Matt Williams, University of Washington:
A Reduced Order Model for the MultiPulse Transition in ModeLocked Lasers
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 Giada Basile, University of Bonn:
Convergence of a kinetic equation to a diffusion equation under an anomalous scaling
 Cédric Bernardin, CNRS, UMPA, EnsLyon:
Anomalous diffusion for a class of systems with two conserved quantities
 Thierry Bodineau, Ecole Normale Supérieure:
On long range correlations in nonequilibrium systems
 Jeremy Clark, University of Helsinki:
A Brownian limit perturbed by a microscopic periodic potential
 Stephan De Bievre, UFR de Mathématiques et Laboratoire CNRS:
Equilibration, generalized equipartition, and diffusion in dynamical Lorentz gases
 Abhishek Dhar, Raman Research Institute:
Heat conduction in disordered harmonic lattices with energy conserving noise
 Tadahisa Funaki, University of Tokyo:
An evolutional model of Young diagrams with conservation law
 Giovanni Gallavotti, Universita' di Roma "La Sapienza":
BBGKY hierarchy for hard spheres
 Thomas Gilbert, Université Libre de Bruxelles:
A twostage approach to relaxation in locally confined hard sphere systems
 Alexander Grigo, University of Toronto:
Mixing properties of a heat conduction model
 François Huveneers, Université de Paris Dauphine:
Energy transport for a particle system interacting through rare collisions
 Milton Jara, IMPA:
Secondorder BoltzmannGibbs principle and applications
 Gianni JonaLasinio, Università di Roma La Sapienza:
Dynamic and static large deviations in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics: an overview
 Antti Kupiainen, University of Helsinki:
Diffusion of a Brownian Quantum Particle
 Claudio Landim, IMPA:
Action functional and quasipotential for the Burgers equation in a bounded interval
 Joel Lebowitz, Rutgers University:
Transport Processes in Macroscopic Systems
 Raphael Lefevere, Université Denis Diderot (P7):
Large deviations of the current in collisional dynamics
 Marco Lenci, University of Bologna:
Quenched results for random Lorentz tubes
 Carlangelo Liverani, U. Roma Tor Vergata:
Fourier law and the weak coupling limit
 Jani Lukkarinen, University of Helsinki:
Kinetic description of a homogeneous Bose fluid with condensate
 Stefano Olla, CEREMADE, Université de Paris  Dauphine:
Energy diffusion: linear response and hydrodynamic limits
 Brian Ryals, New York University:
Nonequilibrium steady state of a 1D mechanical chain
 Gunter Schutz, Institut für Festkörperforschung:
Spacetime correlations in the ASEP conditioned on carrying a large flux
 Imre Péter Toth, Technical University of Budapest:
A heat conduction model with localized billiard disks and weak interaction forces
 Tatiana Yarmola, Fields Institute:
Ergodic properties of some canonical systems driven by thermostats
 LaiSang Young, New York University:
Nonequilibrium steady states of certain dynamical models
 Lorenzo Zambotti, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie:
Large deviations of stochastic collisional dynamics
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 Zavosh AmirKhosravi, University of Toronto:
Integral models
 Henri Darmon, McGill University:
Algebraic cycles on Hilbert modular varieties
 Dylan Attwell  Duval, McGill University:
Chern numbers of Hilbert modular varieties
 Jayce Getz, McGill University:
Geometric generating series, base change, and distinction (joint work with Goresky)
 Eyal Goren, McGill University:
A survey
 Fritz Hoermann, McGill University:
Toroidal compactifications
 Steve Kudla, University of Toronto:
Arithmetic special cycles and quartic CM points
 Kumar Murty, University of Toronto:
Tate conjectures
 Shervin ShahrokhiTehrani, University of Toronto:
Hilbert modular forms and cohomology
 John Voight, University of Vermont:
Computing Hilbert modular forms
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 James C. Alexander, Case Western Reserve:
Cognitive structures and semiotics of mathematics
 Myrdene Anderson, Purdue University, Anthropology and Semiotics:
Qualification of Quantification across the Curriculum
 Joachim De Beule, Vrije Universiteit Brussel:
AgentBased and Mathematical modeling in Semiotic Dynamics
 Per Aage Brandt, Case Western Reserve University:

 John Deely, St. Thomas University:
The Semiosis of Mathematical Thinking
 Keith Devlin, Stanford, Mathematics:
Using a video game as a medium to represent mathematics for children learning basic mathematics
 Vitaly Kiryushchenko, St. Petersburg State School of Economics:
Maps and Signs: The Visual and the Virtual in Peirce's Semiotics
 Kalevi Kull, University of Tartu, Estonia, Biology and Semiotics:
What mathematical structure is semiosis (if any at all)?
 Solomon Marcus, Mathematical Section of the Romanian Academy, Mathematics:
Mathematics, Between Semiosis and Cognition
 Yair Neuman, BenGurion University of the Negev:
Semiotics, Mathematics & Information Technology: The Future is already here ...
 Frank Nuessel, University of Louisville, Semiotics and Linguistics:
The Representation of Mathematics in the Media
 Rafael Nunez, University of California, San Diego, Cognitive Science:
What is the nature of mathematics? A view from the Cognitive Science of the number line
 WolfMichael Roth, University of Victoria, Semiotics and Mathematics:
Tracking the Origin of Signs in Mathematical Activity: A Material Phenomenological Approach
 Fernando Soto:
Lewis Carroll's NameNumber Nexus: Snarky Wonderland Games.
 Kumiko TanakaIshii:
Dyadic vs. Triadic Sign Models Through Computer Programs
 Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve, Cognitive Science:
Mental Packing and Unpacking in Mathematics
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 Amine Asselah, Universite ParisEst:
On level sets of the local times, and application to polymers
 Yuri Bakhtin, Georgia Tech:
Burgers equation with Poissonian noise
 Matthias Birkner, University Mainz:
A random walk pinning model, a conditional LDP and applications
 Erwin Bolthausen, University of Zurich:
Nonballistic random walks in random environments
 Francesco Caravenna, University of MilanoBicocca:
The weak coupling limit of disordered copolymer models
 Eric Cator, Delft University of Technology:
Asymptotic speed of second class particles in a rarefaction fan
 Francis Comets, Univ. Paris Diderot:
KPP equation with random, timespace depedent, rate
 Ivan Corwin, Courant Institute, NYU:
Probability Distribution of the Free Energy of the Continuum Directed Random Polymer in 1+1 dimensions
 JeanDominique Deuschel, TUBerlin:
A CLT for balanced, nonelliptic random walk in balanced random environment
 Nicos Georgiou, University of WisconsinMadison:
Large deviation rate functions for the partition function of directed polymers
 Yueyun Hu, Université Paris 13:
Random walk in random environment on trees
 Milton Jara, IMPA:
Universality of KPZ equation
 Leonid Koralov, University of Maryland:
Polymer measures and branching diffusions
 Hubert Lacoin, CEREMADE Université Paris Dauphine:
Exact critical behavior for pinning model in random correlated environment
 Oren Louidor, UCLA:
Directed polymers in random environment with heavy tails
 Neil O'Connell, University of Warwick:
Directed polymers and the quantum Toda lattice
 Jonathon Peterson, Cornell University:
Weak quenched limiting distributions for a onedimensional random walk in a random environment
 Firas RassoulAgha, University of Utah:
Quenched Large Deviations for Random Walks in Random Environments and Random Potentials
 Balint Toth, Budapest University of Technology:
Scaling limits of self repelling random walks and diffusions
 Yvan Velenik, University of Geneva:
Percolation with a line of defects
 Marc Wouts, Université Paris 13:
Charged polymers with attractive charges : a first order transition
 Ofer Zeitouni, Weizmann Institute and University of Minnesota:
Recursions, tightness and limit laws: from branching random walks to Gaussian free fields and FPP
 Nikos Zygouras, Warwick:
Strong Disorder in Semidirected Random Polymers
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 Leticia Barchini, Oklahoma State University:
Computing associated cycles of HarishChandra modules, techniques and examples
 Raul Gomez, UC San Diego:
Bessel Models for General Admissible Induced Representations: The Compact Stabilizer Case
 Bogdan Ion, University of Pittsburg:
The HopfPoincareBirkhoffWitt theorem
 Allen Knutson, Cornell University:
Polyhedral branching laws and symmetric subgroups
 Ivan Penkov, Jacobs University Bremen:
Koszul categories of sl(infinity) , o(infinity) , sp(infinity)  modules
 Alexey Petukhov, Jacobs University Bremen:
Joseph ideals and bounded modules
 Arturo Pianzola, University of Alberta:
Reductive group schemes, Torsors, and Extended Affine Lie Algebras
 Vera Serganova, UC Berkeley:
BorelWeilBott theorem and BernsteinGelfandGelfand reciprocity for classical supergroups
 Oded Yacobi, University of Toronto:
Polynomial representations of general linear groups and categorifications of Fock space
 Milen Yakimov, Louisiana State University:
Quantum Schubert cells and quantum flag varieties
 Roger Zierau, Oklahoma State University:
Harmonic spinors on homogeneous spaces
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 Luigi Ambrosio, Scuola Normale Superiore:
Scuola Normale Superiore
 Wilfrid Gangbo, Georgia Institute of Technology:
Sticky Particle Dynamics with Interactions
 Nassif Ghoussoub, University of British Columbia:
Homogenization, inverse problems and optimal control via selfdual variational calculus
 Alfredo Hubard, NYU:
Can you cut a convex body into five convex bodies, with equal areas and equal perimeters?
 Elton Hsu, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University:
Mass Transportation and Optimal Coupling of Brownian Motions
 Dmitry Jakobson, McGill University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics:
Curvature of Random Metrics
 Jun Kitagawa, Princeton University:
Regularity for the optimal transport problem with Euclidean distance squared cost on the embedded sphere
 Alexander Koldobsky, University of MissouriColumbia:
Positive definite functions and stable random vectors
 Alexander Kolesnikov, MSUPA and HSE (Moscow):
Sobolev regularity of optimal transportation
 Paul Woon Yin Lee, UC Berkeley:
Generalized Ricci Curvature Bounds for Three Dimensional Contact Subriemannian Manifolds
 Joseph Lehec, Universit ParisDauphine:
A stochastic formula for the entropy and applications
 Michael Loss, School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech:
HardyLittlewoodSobolev Inequalities via Fast Diffusion Flows
 Gabriel Maresch, TU Vienna:
Optimal and Better Transport Plans
 Mark Meckes, Case Western Reserve University:
The magnitude of a metric space
 Emanuel Milman, University of Toronto:
A generalization of Caffarelli's Contraction Theorem via heatflow
 Brendan Pass, University of Toronto:
The multimarginal optimal transportation problem
 Alexander Plakhov, University of Aveiro:
Optimal mass transportation and billiard scattering by rough bodies
 Marjolaine Puel, IMT Toulouse, France:
JordanKinderlehrerOtto scheme for a relativistic cost
 Emil Saucan, Department of Mathematics, Technion, Haifa, Israel:
Triangulation and discretizations of metric measure spaces
 Yi Wang, Princeton University:
The AleksandrovFenchel inequalities of k+1convex domains
 Micah Warren, Princeton University:
Parabolic optimal transport equations on compact manifolds
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 Sergey Bezuglyi, Institute for Low Temperature Physics:
Homeomorphic measures on a Cantor set
 Lewis Bowen, Texas A&M University:
Entropy of group actions on probability spaces
 Pandelis Dodos, University of Athens:
Density Ramsey theory of trees
 Ilijas Farah, York University:
Classification of nuclear C*algebras and set theory
 Kei Funano, Kumamoto University:
Concentration of maps and group actions
 Eli Glasner, Tel Aviv University:
Topological groups with Rohlin properties
 Yonatan Gutman, Université ParisEst MarnelaVallée:
Minimal hyperspace actions of Homeo(bw\w)
 Jose Iovino, The University of Texas at San Antonio:
From discrete to continuous arguments in logic. What is needed and why
 Jakub Jasinski, University of Toronto:
Ramsey degrees of boron tree structures
 Aleksandra Kwiatkowska, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Point realizations of nearactions of groups of isometries
 Claude Laflamme, University of Calgary:
The hypergraph of copies of countable homogeneous structures
 Arkady Leiderman, BenGurion University:
On topological properties of the space of subgroups of a discrete group
 Hanfeng Li, SUNY at Buffalo:
Entropy for actions of sofic groups
 Julien Melleray, Univ. Lyon 1:
Applications of continuous logic to the theory of Polish groups
 Matthias Neufang, The Fields Institute and Carleton University:
Topological centres for group algebras, actions, and quantum groups
 Jan Pachl, Fields Institute:
Uniform measures and ambitable groups
 Norbert Sauer, University of Calgary:
On the oscillation stability of universal metric spaces
 Kostyantyn Slutskyy, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
Classes of topological similarity in Polish groups
 Slawomir Solecki, University of Illinois:
Finite Ramsey theorems
 Lionel Nguyen Van Thé, Université AixMarseille 3, Paul Cézanne:
Universal flows for closed subgroups of the permutation group of the integers
 Todor Tsankov, Paris 7:
Unitary representations of oligomorphic groups
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 Matt Ando, University of Illinois:
Equivariant elliptic cohomology, loop group representations, and the fibered WZW models of Distler and Sharpe
 Vigleik Angeltveit, University of Chicago:
On the Algebraic Ktheory of Z/p^n
 Clark Barwick, Harvard University:
Equivariant derived algebraic geometry and Ktheory
 Mark Behrens, MIT:
The homotopy groups of the E(2)local sphere at large primes, revisited
 Andrew Blumberg, University of Texas:
TTH of Waldhausen categories and the localization sequence for THH(ku)
 Ralph Cohen, Stanford University:
String Topology and CalabiYau structures in (infinity) categories
 John Francis, Northwestern University:
E_n geometry
 André Henriques, University of Utrecht:
Composition of defects
 Mike Hill, University of Virginia:
Equivarient Computations and the Kervaire Invariant
 Po Hu, Wayne State University:
Equivarient and Real motivic homotopy theory
 Dan Isaksen, Wayne State University:
Stable motivic homotopy groups over Spec R
 Gerd Laures, University of Bochum:
How to compute Toda brackets with modular forms
 Michael Mandell, Indiana University:
Cochains and Homotopy theory
 Niko Naumann, University of Regensburg:
Secondary Invariants for String Bordism and tmf
 Christian Schlichtkrull, University of Bergen:
Diagram spaces and symmetric spectra
 Neil Strickland, University of Sheffield:
Selfinjective rings and the Generating Hypothesis
 Giancolo Tabuada, University of Lisboa:
Noncommutative motives.
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 Radoslaw Adamczak, University of Warsaw / Fields Institute:
Random matrices with independent logconcave rows
 David Alonso, Universidad de Zaragoza, Fields Institute:
Volume of Lpzonotopes and best best constants in BrascampLieb inequalities
 Alexander Barvinok, University of Michigan:
Gaussian and almost Gaussian formulas for volumes and the number of integer points in polytopes
 Gautier Berck:
Invariant distributions in integral geometry
 Julio Bernues, University of Zaragoza:
Factoring Sobolev inequalities through classes of functions
 Maria A. Hernandez Cifre, Universidad de Murcia:
On the location of roots of Steiner polynomials
 Andrea Colesanti, Universita' di Firenze:
Integral functionals verifying a BrunnMinkowski type inequality
 Nikolaos Dafnis, University of Athens:
Small ball probability estimates, ?_2behavior and the hyperplane conjecture
 Dmitry Faifman, TelAviv University:
The Poisson summation formula uniquely characterizes the Fourier Transform
 Kei Funano, Kumamoto University:
Concentration of measure phenomenon and eigenvalues of Laplacian
 Olivier Guedon, Université ParisEst MarneLaVallée:
Embedding from lpn into lrN for 0 < r < p < 2
 Christoph Haberl, Vienna University of Technology:
Minkowski valuations intertwining the special linear group
 Martin Henk, University of Magdeburg:
The average Frobenius number
 Daniel Hug, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology:
Volume and mixed volume inequalities in stochastic geometry
 C Hugo Jimenez, University of Seville:
On the extremal distance between two convex bodies
 Hermann Koenig, University of Kiel, Germany:
The chain rule as a functional equation
 Rafal Latala, University of Warsaw:
Moments of unconditional logarithmically concave vectors
 A. Litvak, University of Alberta):
On the Euclidean metric entropy
 Elizabeth Meckes, Case Western Reserve University:
Another observation about operator compressions
 Emanuel Milman, University of Toronto:
Properties of isoperimetric, spectralgap and logSobolev inequalities via concentration
 Fedor Nazarov, University of Wisconsin at Madison:
Hormander's proof of the BourgainMilman theorem
 Krzysztof Oleszkiewicz, Institute of Mathematics: University of Warsaw & Polish Academy of Sciences:
Feige's inequality
 Mikhail Ostrovskii, St. Johns University, Queens, NY:
Properties of metric spaces which are not coarsely embeddable into a Hilbert space
 Grigoris Paouris, Texas A&M University:
On the existence of subgaussian directions for logconcave measures
 Carla Peri, Università Cattolica  Piacenza:
On the reconstruction of inscribable sets in discrete tomography
 Peter Pivovarov, Fields Institute:
On the volume of random convex sets
 Matthias Reitzner, Univ. Osnabrueck:
PoissonVoronoi approximation
 Mark Rudelson, University of Missouri:
Spectral properties of random conjunction matrices
 Roman Vershynin, University of Michigan:
Estimation of covariance matrices
 Jie Xiao, Memorial University:
Volume Integral Means of Holomorphic Mappings
 Deane Yang, Polytechnic Institute of NYU:
Towards an Orlicz BrunnMinkowski theory
 Vladyslav Yaskin, University of Alberta:
The geometry of pconvex intersection bodies
 Maryna Yaskina, University of Alberta:
University of Alberta
 Deping Ye, The Fields Institute:
On the homothety conjecture
 Artem Zvavitch, Kent State University:
Some geometric properties of Intersection Body Operator
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 Chris Bauch, University of Guelph:
Introductory Heterogeniety Lecture II
 Zhilan Feng, Purdue University:
Modeling the evolutionary implications of influenza medication strategies
 Daozhou Gao, University of Miami:
A multipatch malaria model with demographic structure
 John Glasser, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
Modeling the potential impact of heterogeneity in vaccine coverage due to religious and philosophical exemptions
 Amy Greer, Public Health Agency of Canada:
Modelling heterogeneities in Chlamydia data for street involved youth
 Hongbin Guo, York University:
Stability analysis of an epidemic model with multigroup and multiinfectiousstage structure for infectious diseases
 Karl Hadeler, U. of Tuebingen and Arizona State U:
Multigroup populations, pair formation, and epidemic disease
 Jane Heffernan, York University:
Immunoepidemiology: bringing together withinhost and betweenhost dynamics for measles
 Yinghen Hsieh, China Medical University:
Transmission Heterogeneity of 2009 pH1N1 in Central Taiwan: Some Preliminary Results
 Renée Larocque and David O'Brien, IDRC:
Introduction to IDRC and the Global Health Research Initiative
 Jie Lou, Shanghai University:
A modeling based scenario analysis for optimal HIV/AIDS prevention strategies in China's high prevalence regions
 Jing Qing, University of Miami:
Traveling Waves in Diffusive RossMacdonald Type HostVector Models
 Gauthier Sallet, INRIA & IRD:
Differential susceptibility and infectivity. Application to transmission of HBV in Subsaharian Africa
 Beate Sander, Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion:
Evaluating health and economic outcomes for H1N1
 Yiming Shao, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
Progress, Challenge and New Strategy of AIDS Prevention and Control in China
 Yanni Xiao, Xi'an Jiaotong University:
Communitybased measures for mitigating the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in China
 Ping Yan, Public Health Agency of Canada:
Introductory Heterogeniety Lecture I
 Xiaoqiang Zhao, Memorial University of Newfoundland:
A Tuberculosis Model with Seasonality
 Xingfu Zou, University of Western Ontario:
Dynamics of an epidemic model with nonlocal infections for diseases with latency over a patchy environment
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 Rob Beardmore, Imperial College London:
Antibiotic cycling
 Chris Bowman, Institute for Biodiagnostics, National Research Council of Canada:
Transmission Dynamics of Drugresistant Strains Driven by Treatment
 Nick Daneman, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre:
Facile Solutions for a [Clostridium] difficile Problem
 Sylvain Gandon, Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive:
Evolutionary epidemiology of drugresistance in space
 Fran Jamieson:
The Dark at the End of the Tunnel: The Looming Threat of Drug Resistant Tuberculosis
 Ram Laxminarayan, Princeton University:
Transboundary problems in infectious diseases
 Marc Lipsitch, Harvard University:
How is coexistence between drugsusceptible and resistant bacteria maintained
 James LloydSmith, University of California, Los Angeles:
Disease emergence in populations with heterogeneous immunocompetence
 Alison McGeer, Mount Sinai Hospital:
Antiviral resistance and influenza
 Seyed Moghadas, University of Winnipeg:
WithinHost Dynamics of Influenza DrugResistance
 Shigui Ruan, University of Miami:
Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Hospitals
 Yanyu Xiao, University of Western Ontario:
A modified RossMacDonald model with latency for malaria dynamics
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 Murray Alexander, National Research Council Canada:
Control of influenza A virus infection by varying death rates of infected cells: Analysis of a spatial model
 Vahid Anvari, York University:
The Artificial Immune Systems Algorithm Inspired by Dendritic Cells
 Catherine Beauchemin, Ryerson University:
Inhost influenza
 Stanca Ciupe, University of Louisiana at Lafayette:
Modeling antibody responses during viral infections
 Jessica Conway, University of British Columbia:
Branching process model of viral load and viral blips in individuals on treatment for HIV
 Hana Dobrovolny, Ryerson University:
Neuraminidase inhibitor treatment of seasonal and severe influenza
 Venkata Duvvuri, York University:
Highly conserved crossreactive CD4+ Tcell Hemagglutinin epitopes of seasonal and the 2009 pandemic influenza viruses and their role in the infection dynamics
 Raluca Eftemie, McMaster University:
Mathematical modeling of cancer immunotherapies: the antitumor effect of immune cells versus the antitumor effect of oncolytic viruses
 Jonathan Forde, Hobart and William Smith Colleges:
Modeling Hepatitis Delta Infection
 Mike Gilchrist, University of Tennessee:
Nested Models of Disease Evolution and Its Implications for Understanding Drug Resistance
 Andreas Handel, University of Georgia:
How sticky should a virus be? The impact of attachment and detachment rates on virus fitness using influenza as an example
 Jane Heffernan, York University:
Short Course: Intro to inhost modelling
 Jane Heffernan, York University:
Backward bifurcation in a HBV/HCV model
 Ben Holder, Ryerson University:
Nonexponential delays in the influenza infection cycle: evidence from in vitro experiments
 Shingo Iwami, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST):
Estimate of viral productivity and infectivity in vitro
 Abdolamir Landi, University of Saskatchewan:
Maturation of Dendritic Cells: Potentials for Mathematical Modelling
 Neal Madras, York University:
Stochastic Modeling of Pathogen Mutation and CTL Escape
 Seyed Moghadas, University of Winnipeg:
WithinHost Dynamics of Influenza DrugResistance
 Shinji Nakaoka, University of Tokyo:
A mathematical model for cell division, death and differentiation of CD4 positive T cells
 Avidan Neumann, BarIlan University:
Viral Dynamics Modeling  from theory to clinical implications
 Redouane Qesmi, York University:
HIV Infection Through Breastfeeding Model with Threshold Delay
 Tim Reluga, Pennsylvania State University:
A Homeostasis Hypothesis for Hepatitis C Treatment Dynamics
 Bhargavi Duvvuri (York University) & Beni Sahai (Cadham Provincial Laboratory & University of Winnipeg):
Short Course: Immunology
 Beni Sahai, Cadham Provincial Laboratory & University of Winnipeg:
Principles of Immunological Control of Antiviral Drug Resistance
 Robert Smith?, University of Ottawa:
Modelling mutation to a cytotoxic Tlymphocyte HIV vaccine
 Naveen Vaidya, Los Alamos National Laboratory:
Immunologic Benefits of Enfuvirtide despite Virologic Failure due to the Emergence of Resistance
 Sylvia van den Hurk, University of Saskatchewan:
The role of Th1/Th2 polarization in RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS disease and vaccination
 Lindi Wahl, University of Western Ontario:
Understanding drug resistance in evolving populations of fungus: theory and experiment
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 Sami Assaf, MIT:
Affine dual equivalence
 Jason Bandlow, University of Pennsylvania:
The MurnaghanNakayama rule for $k$Schur functions
 Elizabeth Beazley, University of Michigan:
Quantum Schubert Calculus and Maximal Newton Polygons
 Chris Berg, York University, Fields Institute:
A bijection on core partitions.
 Jonah Blasiak, University of Chicago:
Canonical bases for $k$atoms
 Micheal Ehrig, Mathematisches Institut der Universität zu Köln:
Categorification of quantum sl(n) tensor products and KRcrystals
 Ghislain Fourier, Mathematisches Institut der Universität zu Köln:
Another basis and pattern for irreducible A_nModules
 Stephen Griffeth, University of Edinburgh:
Representation theory and Hilbert schemes of points on surfaces
 Joel Kamnitzer, University of Toronto:
MirkovicVilonen cycles and MV basis
 Thomas Lam, University of Michigan:
Affine Stanley symmetric functions I, II & III
 Thomas Lam, University of Michigan:
From kSchur functions to quantum Schubert polynomials via the Toda lattice
 Luc Lapointe, Universidad de Talca:
kSchur functions: definitions, atomic properties and kposet I
 Luc Lapointe, Universidad de Talca:
kSchur functions: definitions, atomic properties and kposet II
 Luc Lapointe, Universidad de Talca:
kSchur functions: definitions, atomic properties and kposet III
 Changzheng Li, Korea Institute for Advanced Study:
Relationships between quantum cohomology of complete and partial flag varieties.
 Jennifer Morse, Drexel University:
Affine combinatorial refinement of Schur functions I
 Jennifer Morse, Drexel University:
Affine combinatorial refinement of Schur functions II
 Jennifer Morse, Drexel University:
Affine combinatorial refinement of Schur functions III
 Reiho Sakamoto, University of Tokyo:
Combinatorics of a tropical integrable model
 Luis Serrano, University of Michigan:
Noncommutative Schur functions
 Lenny Tevlin, New York University:
An Introduction to Quasisymmetric and Noncommutative Symmetric Functions
 Hugh Thomas, University of New Brunswick:
A LittlewoodRichardson rule for the equivariant cohomology of Grassmannians
 Peter Tingley, MIT:
Affine sl(n) crystals and fusion rules
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 James Drake, Hospital for Sick Children:
Neuromechanics and Neurosurgery Inseparable!
 Corina S. Drapaca, Center for Neural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University:
New Developments in the Modeling of the Material Brain
 Patrick Drew, Center for Neural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University:
Balloons, bagpipes, and blood  Imaging single vascular dynamics in the awake mouse cortex
 Almut Eisentrager, Oxford University Mathematical Institute:
Multifluid poroelastic modelling of the CDF infusion test
 Joseph T. Francis, SUNY Downstate Medical Center:
Erasing Sensorimotor Memories: A Novel Tool for Probing LTP's Influence on Learning and Memory
 Kristian Franze, University of Cambridge:
Mechanosensitivity of CNS cells in health and disease
 Jurgen Germann, Toronto Centre for Phenogenomics:
Experience forms the brain: Using structural MRI to study training induced brain plasticity in adult mice
 Bruce Gluckman, Center for Neural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University:
Implant Damage as motivation for studying neural mechanics
 Paul Janmey, Institute for Medicine and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania:
Mechanosensing by neurons and astrocytes
 Miles Johnston, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto:
An alternative approach to understanding the pressure gradients in the brain that induce hydrocephalus
 Leslie Loew, R.D. Berlin Center for Cell Analysis, University of Connecticut Health Center:
Design, Use and Application of Voltage Sensitive Dyes for Imagin Neuronal Physiology
 Martin OstojaStarzewski, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign:
MRIbased model of TBA visavis random fractal geometry of brain
 Katerina Papoulia, University of Waterloo:
Hyperelastic vs. hypoelastic models in finite strain viscoelasticity
 Richard Penn, Neurosurgery, University of Chicago:
William of Ockham looks at theories of Hydrocephalus
 Andrew Sharp, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine:
Penetration Mechanics and Mechanical Properties of Mouse Brain Tissue
 K. P. Unnikrishnan, University of Michigan:
Graph Discovery in Neuronal Networks
 Kathleen Wilkie, University of Waterloo:
The Effects of Aging on Brain Biomechanics and an Examination of the PulsationDamage Hypothesis for Hydrocephalus
 Alan Wineman, University of Michigan:
Some Topics from Continuum Mechanics Related to Brain Neuromechanics
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