Monday, April 15, 2024 10:00

TITLE / TITRE

Functional Neural Networks

ABSTRACT /RÉSUMÉ

Classified as: #DepartmentofMathematicsandStatistics
Monday, April 15, 2024 16:30to17:30

TITLE / TITRE :

Symplectic non-squeezing for the KdV and fifth-order KdV equations

ABSTRACT /RESUME 

In this talk we prove that the first two members of the KdV hierarchy have the non-squeezing property, that is, they cannot map a ball in the symplectic space H^{-\frac{1}{2}} wholly inside a thinner cylinder. This is an infinite-dimensional analogue of Gromov's famous symplectic non-squeezing theorem. Our proof relies on an approximation scheme by finite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems that exploits the complete integrability of these equations.

Classified as: #DepartmentofMathematicsandStatistics
Tuesday, April 16, 2024 17:30to19:30

Trenholme Dean of Libraries Guylaine Beaudry and the team at the McGill Libraries are pleased to invite you to the D. Lorne Gales Lecture under the auspice of the Mossman Endowment of McGill University* given by Frederic Bertley, Ph.D., President and CEO at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI).

Classified as: STEM Outreach, Office for Science and Society, Library event
Tuesday, April 30, 2024 12:30to14:00
PhD Qualifying Examination of Mr. Ruben Calzadilla-Badra

DATE: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

TIME: 12:30 p.m.

PLACE: Burnside Hall, Room 1120

FORMAT: Option 2

SUPERVISOR: Prof. Linan Chen

EXAMINERS: Prof. Elliot Paquette/ Prof. Jessica Lin

CHAIR: Prof. Jérôme Vétois

Saturday, May 4, 2024 09:00to12:00

This activity is part of the 24 hours of science at McGill event. Join our Science Outreach groups for a day of free activities for youth and families! For more information on our full program visit this link.

Join McGill Science Outreach to explore nature and learn about how trees grow from tiny seeds to adults aged hundreds, even thousands of years old. We’ll explore some of the magnificent trees and wildlife that rely on them, around campus with fun activities. 

Classified as: STEM Outreach
Saturday, May 4, 2024 09:00to16:00

Join Science Outreach, the Chemistry Outreach Group, the Physics Outreach Group, the Trottier Space Institute, Gault Nature Reserve, STEMM Diversity at McGill and Earth and Planetary Sciences for fun science activities for youth and families during 24 hours of science!

All activities will occur at our downtown campus except a Living Laboratory to Discover (at Gault Nature Reserve). View the full program flyer here.

Classified as: STEM Outreach, Faculty of Science, 24 hours of science, Gault Nature Reserve, Trottier Space Institute, Department of Chemistry, neuroscience, Earth System Science (ESS), Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS), astrophysics, Redpath Museum
Monday, May 13, 2024 14:30to16:00

Panel Overview: Instructors design and implement the teaching that students experience. This panel will focus on how Generative AI is forcing us to rethink what and how we teach and conduct assessments. Instructors and students from different disciplines will share reflections on their experiences and discuss future directions for teaching in the age of Generative AI.  

Questions explored:  

Classified as: Computational and Data Systems Initiative, data science, AI, Artificial intelligence, CDSI events, CDSI, School of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, management
Tuesday, May 14, 2024 11:00to12:30

Panel Overview: Students learn in formal and informal settings and ways. Generative AI will challenge our assumptions about the way learning happens and what it means to have learned something. This panel will explore the experiences of instructors and students from different disciplines and look to future directions for learning in the age of generative AI. 

Questions explored:

Classified as: data science, teaching and learning services, AI, Artificial intelligence, CDSI events, CDSI, Computational and Data Systems Initiative, School of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Engineering, management
Tuesday, May 14, 2024 14:30to16:00

Overview: While beliefs regarding the impact of AI on education – both realized and potential – are readily available, what we actually know and understand about such impacts is still quite limited.  This panel will illustrate some of the routes that researchers are taking towards building a better collective understanding necessary for the responsible use of AI in education. 

Classified as: AI, Artificial intelligence, Computational and Data Systems Initiative, Social events, School of Computer Science, External, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, students, management, data science, Graduate Students, Education Undergraduate Society, staff
Back to top