2016 SFU Symposium on Mathematics and Computation

**Monday, August 15th, 2016 in IRMACS**

### The Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University is pleased to present The 2016 SFU Symposium on Mathematics and Computation, which will be held on August 15th, 2016 at the IRMACS Centre, SFU Burnaby Campus. This annual event showcases the computational expertise of our department and of our invited speakers.

This year's event is organized by Ben Adcock and Weiran Sun.

__This Year's Speakers....__

**Luke Bornn** - Statistics & Actuarial Science, SFU

Leonid Chindelevitch - School of Computing Sciene, SFU

Julien Courtiel - PIMS PDF, Department of Mathematics, UBC

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**Joep Evers**- PDF, Dept of Math, SFU & Dept of Math & Stats, Dalhousie

**Henning Struchtrup **- Department of Mechanical Engineering, UVIC

Leonid Chindelevitch

Julien Courtiel

### PROGRAM - Learn about this year's event!

The program includes invited talks and a Poster Competition which will cover diverse topics in mathematics with an emphasis on computation. Students are encouraged to contribute a poster to the Poster Competition.

Prizes for the best undergraduate and graduate posters will be awarded.

**REGISTRATION - NOW OPEN!**

Registration will CLOSE on **Thursday, August 11th @ NOON.**

### POSTER COMPETITION - Who wants to win a prize!

Get creative and enter your math poster into the Poster Competition to win prizes for the Winner and Best Runner Up!

### GETTING HERE - Don't get lost!

The IRMACS Centre is located on the picturesque Burnaby Campus of Simon Fraser University. Learn about the best ways to get to SFU and how to locate the IRMACS Centre once on campus.

### OUR SPONSORS - Learn about who made this possible!

Sponsorship from the Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM), the Interdisciplinary Research in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Centre (IRMACS), Maplesoft, the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS), and the SFU Department of Mathematics is gratefully acknowledged.