Math Salon

Talks by super-students and their supervisors

Math Salon is a monthly Zoom lecture on a research topic in any area of mathematics. From the comfort of your own home, attend a double serving of current mathematics developments. There will be a 30-minute talk from a student followed by a 30-minute talk from their supervisor. The talks are free to attend but require registration. Times will vary.

April: Pierre-Olivier Parisé and Thomas Ransford (Université Laval)

Wednesday, April 14 (1pm PST, 4pm EST)

“A tour of summability methods in function spaces”

Previous talks

March: Amanda Chafee and Brett Stevens (Carleton University)

Tuesday March 16 (12pm PST, 3pm EST) 

Amanda Chafee, “Constructions of Single and Double Change Covering Designs”
Brett Stevens, “Applications of single change covering designs”

Link to recording