SFU Graduate Seminar of Colleagues Imparting Academic Lessons (Grad SOCIAL)

Tuesdays 3:30-4:30PM in SCK 9509
Next Seminar: November 21, 2017

The Grad Social is a biweekly event where the graduate mathematics community at SFU can congregate, as well as receive useful career advice from faculty and professionals in industry. Each session consists of two 20 minute talks as well as a social break where food is provided.

Unless otherwise noted, sessions are scheduled to take place every other Tuesday at 3:30pm in K9509. The upcoming dates are listed in the table below.

Current organizers: Marni Mishna, Avi Kulkarni

Fall 2017

Date Speakers, Affiliation Talk Title
26 Sept Bamdad Hosseini
Theory of well-posed Bayesian inverse problems
  Marni Mishna
Applying for scholarships and awards
10 Oct Justine Gauthier
Fast multipoint evaluation on \(N\) arbitrary points
  Cedric Chauve
Using Jupyter notebooks to enhance reproducibility of computational research
24 Oct Sebastian Gonzalez Hermosillo de la Maza
Orientations of planar bipartite graphs
  Weiran Sun
Tips for presentations
 7 Nov Charles Turo
Associahedra and Grassmanians
  Ross Churchley
Git a head start: developing tech skills for grad school and beyond
21 Nov Sebastian Dominguez
An eigenvalue problem in linear elasticity
  Dhavide Aruliah
Transitioning into industry