Conférencier/Speaker : Tatiana Toro, University of Washington
Titre/Title : PDEs on non-smooth domains
Hebb Lectures: The First Thirty Years of Principal Component Analysis Model for Face Processing: Going from Pictures to Brain
Discovery expands our understanding of how we remember sound
The ability to remember sounds, and manipulate them in our minds, is incredibly important to our daily lives — without it we would not be able to understand a sentence, or do simple arithmetic. New research is shedding light on how sound memory works in the brain, and is even demonstrating a means to improve it.
Hosted by TISED's Scholar-in-Residence, Chris Marnay, this event has speakers from multiple sectors who have different and fasc
March 26 is Purple Day for Epilepsy, a day to support epilepsy awareness worldwide
The Neuro has been a world leader in epilepsy treatment and research for more than 60 years. Indeed, the “Montreal Procedure” developed by The Neuro’s founder, Dr. Wilder Penfield, and his colleagues has become the standard operating procedure for the surgical treatment of epilepsy. The Neuro was also a pioneering institute in exploiting electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study and treat epilepsy.
Why are political brokers responsive to the claims of some voters and not others? Despite an expansive comparative literature on brokers, relatively few studies have systematically scrutinized their downstream responsiveness to clients.
Hosted by Music Graduate Studies in collaboration with the MGSS
Alexandre Blondin Massé (UQAM)
Srecko Brlek (UQAM)
Xavier Provençal (Université Savoie Mont Blanc)
Timothy Wideman, "When more activity means more pain: Exploring the clinical and theoretical importance of sensitivity to physical activity" [PATH Seminar]
Timothy Wideman, PhD
School of Physical and Occupational Therapy,