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Graduate Seminars of Colleagues Imparting Academic Lessons (Grad SOCIAL)
The Grad SOCIAL is a biweekly seminar and social event for SFU’s graduate math community.
Join us to connect with peers and faculty, and to get useful career advice from professionals. Each session consists of two 20minute talks and a break to connect with each other and indulge in the snacks provided.
Join us select Thursdays at 4:30pm in K9509 (unless otherwise noted).
Current organizers: TBD and Garrett Paluck
Spring 2019 SOCIAL Lineup
DATE 
SPEAKER 
TOPIC 

January 24 
Garrett Paluck (SFU) 
Solving MultiDiophantine Polynomial Equations 
February 7 
Michael Monagan (SFU) 
The P = RP Conjecture 
March 7 
Reza Dastbasteh(SFU) 
Construction of Quantum Codes from Additive Codes 
Paul Tupper (SFU) 
How to Change Fields 

March 21 
Masood Masjoody (SFU) 
Cops and Robbers on graphs without a set of induced subgraphs 
Amarpreet Rattan (SFU) 
TBA 

April 4 
Anton Iatcenko (SFU) 
TBA 
Fall 2018 SOCIAL Lineup
DATE 
SPEAKER 
TOPIC 

October 4 
Nicola Mulberry (SFU) 
HIV control strategies in sex workerclient contact networks 
Doris Li (Technical Safety BC)

Technical Safety in BC with AI and IoT 

October 18 
Avi Kulkarni (SFU) 
Aspects of the arithmetic of uniquely trigonal genus 4 curves 
Sophie Burrill (SFU) 
Teaching: there's something to learn 

November 1 
John Stockie (SFU) 
Careers in industry for mathematicians 
November 15 
Brandon Elford (SFU) 
Orthonormal Representations of Chordal Rings Graphs 
Ludvig af Klinteberg (SFU) 
Numerical integration of (nearly) singular integrals  why and how 

November 29 
Sepehr Yadegarzadeh (SFU) 
On density of the forms that produce primitive solutions for the Diophantine equation Ax^2+By^3+Cz^3=0 locally at a prime 
Manfred Trummer (SFU) 
Mathematics of Medical Imaging & 42 and other answers to life, the universe and everything 
Summer 2018 SOCIAL Lineup
DATE 
SPEAKER 
TOPIC 

May 31 
Jane Jian 
Game Theoretic Models of Clear versus Plain Speech

Stefan Hannie 
Strong embeddings of graphs on surfaces 

June 21 
Ian May 
Domain decomposition solvers and preconditioners for the

Tom Archibald 
User’s Guide to Conferences and Meetings 

July 12 
Daniel Messenger 
Modelling Self Organization in Domains with Boundaries 
Tony Botelho &

SFU Career Services Presentation 

August 9 
Charles Turo 
A combinatorial description of the cup product on

Ray Walsh 
An Accessible Introduction to Finite Difference

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