Nash certainty equivalence in large population stochastic dynamic games: Connections with the physics of interacting particle systems
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Peter Caines, CIM, McGill
Thubten Samdup, Canada-Tibet Committee and Tibet Innovations. There will be a documentary film and a discussion period. All are welcome.
The Anna I. McPherson Lectures in Physics 2007: Public lecture - Wolfgang Ketterle, Nobel Prize in Physics 2001.
Scientific lecture: Wolfgang Ketterle, Nobel Prize in Physics 2001
The role of brain interleukin-1 in emotional and cognitive processes: Implications for the neurobiology of depression
Dr. Raz Yirmiya, professor of psychobiology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Pizza will be offered free of charge.
Students and faculty in science and engineering: come audition for "The Physicists" by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, an enthralling comedy about three physicists - Einstein, Newton and Möbius – who find themselves (accidentally?) locked up in a mental asylum at the height of the Cold War. Performance date: June 16, 2007.
David Steinsaltz, associate prof, Queen's University
"Does the fragile X premutation produce phenotypic outcomes in males and what are the clinical implications?" Kim Cornish, PhD, CRCr, Director, McGill Child Laboratory for Research in Developmental Disorders, Depts of Education & Counselling Psychology and Neurology/ Neurosurgery/ Pediatrics.
PhD Seminar: Andrea Lawrence, PhD student