Math Salon

Talks by super-students and their supervisors

Math Salon was a monthly Zoom lecture on a research topic in any area of mathematics during the COVID-19 pandemic. From the comfort of their own home, anyone could attend a double serving of current mathematics developments comprising a 30-minute talk from a student followed by a 30-minute talk from their supervisor.

Links to all recorded talks are available below.

Previous talks

October: Jade Brisson and Alexandre Girouard (Université Laval)

Thursday, October 21 (11 am PDT, 2 pm EDT)

“A tale of isoperimetry and eigenvalues”

Link to recording

September: Benoît Corsini and Louigi Addario-Berry (McGill University)

Monday, September 27 (11:30 am PDT, 2:30 pm EDT)

“The height of random trees”

Link to recording

July: Jeremy Schlitt and Chantal David (Concordia University)

Wednesday, July 21 (10am PDT, 1pm EDT)

“Lemke Oliver and Soundararajan Bias for Consecutive Sums of Two Squares”

Link to recording

May: Raja Milad and Keith Taylor (Dalhousie University)

Monday, May 10 (10am PDT, 1pm EDT)

“Affine Groups and Continuous Wavelet Transforms”

Link to recording

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

Wednesday, April 14 (1pm PDT, 4pm EDT)

“A tour of summability methods in function spaces”

Link to recording

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

For any further info, please contact StudC.