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University of Waterloo

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Canada N2L 3G1

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- May 2: Ken Breuer, Aeromechanics of compliant membranes - from Bat flight to flexible wings

- April 4: Bruce Sutherland, Particles in Fluid Flows: Small Things Making a Big Difference
- March 7: Leslie Smith, Modeling Atmospheric Flows with Phase Changes of Water
- January 10: Caroline Colijn, Comparing trees and using them for prediction in pathogen sequence data

- December 13: Neil Turok, Quantum Universe
- November 8: Peter Imkeller, Model selection for paleo-climatic time series: stable and fractional noise

- June 15: Alain Tapp, The deep learning revolution in Artificial Intelligence, what it means and how you can help

- January 18: Andreas Hilfinger, Stochastic models in cell biology: how they fail and why we need them

- June 16: Terry Lyons, From Hopf Algebras to Machine learning via Rough Paths
- May 11: Mary-Louise Timmermans, Summer heat overwinters in the Arctic Ocean

- October 14: Alexander "Sasha" Gutfraind, Math on the frontlines : applications of complex systems methods in conflict research

- April 7: Katja Fennel, Numerical simulation of hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico and implications for Mississippi River nutrient management
- February 4: [
*Cancelled*] Joshua Horwood, Sausages, Pancakes, and Bananas: The Diet of Uncertainty Quantification in Space Surveillanc

- December 3: Rob Spekkens, Tools for causal inference
- October 29: Vakhtang Putkaradze, Geometric theory of garden hose dynamics
- October 20: Eduardo Cerpa, Control of some reaction-diffusion equations

- April 30: Scott David Kelly, Geometric Mechanics in Aquatic Locomotion and Particle Manipulation
- March 19: Walter Craig, Vortex filament dynamics
- February 23: Niky Kamran, Inverse scattering at fixed energy on asymptotically hyperbolic Liouville surfaces
- January 29: James Keener, The dynamics of fibrin gel formation

- October 2: Paul Chodas, Finding and Tracking Near-Earth Objects, and Maybe Even Capturing One

- April 22: Lydia Bourouiba, Disease transmission through the lens of fluid fragmentation
- March 13: David Kopriva, Accurate Computation of Wave Scattering in Discontinuous Media with a Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Method
- January 23: Robert Finn, Mutual Attractions of Floating Objects: An Idealized Example

- September 19: Irad Yavneh, A Multilevel Algorithm for L_1 Minimization with Application to Sparse Representation of Signals

- April 19: Dieter Armbruster, Netball - The Network Structure of NBA Basketball

- November 1: Susan Allen, A bio-physical coupled model of the upper Strait of Georgia

**Contact Info**

Department of Applied Mathematics

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario

Canada N2L 3G1

Phone: 519-888-4567, ext. 32700

Fax: 519-746-4319

PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo

43.471468

-80.544205

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo,
ON,
Canada
N2L 3G1