The SFU Mathematics Department invites undergraduate and graduate research students to participate in the 2015 SFU Symposium on Mathematics and Computation Poster Competition. Postdocs and faculty may also present a poster but are not eligible for the competition.
The only requirement is that the poster has mathematics in it. It may be applied, pure, computational or experimental mathematics. If you have already prepared a poster for a presentation at another scientific meeting this year, and you would like to present it to members of the Department, this is an appropriate venue. If you wish to present a computer demo this is also possible.
Posters will be judged in two catergories - graduate and undergraduate - and there will be prizes for the winner and best runner up. Judging will be based on both content and presentation.
Poster titles must be submitted via the online registration form by July 31st, 2015. Presenters are responsible for printing their own poster.
The posters will be displayed in the IRMACS Centre atrium. Poster presenters can set up their posters as early as 9:00am on August 6th, 2015. The poster and demo session will take place from 11:15am to 1:15pm. Awards will be made at 4:30pm, followed by a presentation of the winning undergraduate and winning graduate poster.
|A Combinatorial Problem on Symmetric Groups||SFU||Kevin Halasz|
|A new Sparse polynomial interpolation using discrete algorithms and its application to multivariate polynomial GCD computation||Simon Fraser University||Hao Zhuang|
|A new sparse polynomial interpolation using discrete logarithms and its application to multivariate polynomial GCD computation||Simon Fraser University||Adriano Arce|
|An Investigation in the Dynamics of Skeletal Muscle Fibre||Simon Fraser University||Hannah Redhead|
|An Investigation in the Dynamics of Skeletal Muscle Fibre||Simon Fraser University||Daiju Matsunami|
|Approximating Higher Dimensional Functions With Compressed Sensing||SFU Mathematics Department||Matthew King-Roskamp|
|Chebyshev Spectral Methods for Fourth Order ODE||Simon Fraser University||Conor McCoid|
|Colouring Regularity of Arithmetic Progressions||Department of Mathematics||Kelvin Chan|
|Comparing Determinant Algorithms for Matrices of Polynomials||Simon Fraser University||Alan Wong|
|Computer exploration of thrackable graphs||Simon Fraser University USRA||Laura Gutierrez Funderburk|
|Computing GCDs of Polynomials Over Univariate Quotient Rings||Simon Fraser University||John Kluesner|
|Determining Ideal Equality||SFU Department of Mathematics||Charles Turo|
|Estimating HIV Incidence: A Mathematical Modelling Approach||Mathematics Department of Simon Fraser University, IRMACS Centre||Ali Nadaf|
|Exploring A Condition On Multigraphs||SFU||Gregory Maxedon|
|Health System Modeling to Evaluate Operational Strategies for the Implementation of UNAIDS 90-90-90 Targets in Vancouver, Canada||Math Dept and Impact-HIV Group, IRMACS-SFU||Ukoabasi Isip|
|Magic Arrangements||Simon Fraser University||Stefan Trandafir|
|Minimum Deficiency of Even Order Permutation Arrays||Department of Mathematics||Charlotte Trainor|
|N/A||Simon Fraser University||Raymond Walsh|
|Opinion Dynamics||SFU Department of Mathematics||Darshan Crout|
|Optimal Interpolation with a 3-dimensional Ice Sheet Model||Trinity Western University||Matthew Adams|
|Parameter estimation using a higher-order dynamic ice model||Trinity Western University||Meldon Deglint|
|Projective Toric Varieties of Integer Lattice Polytopes||Department of Mathematics||Sasha Zotine|
|Suitable Cores of Permutations||Simon Fraser University||Justin Chan|
|The EM filter as a computationally efficient method for data assimilation||Trinity Western University||David Grypma|
|The structure of robust chaos in two-dimensional piecewise discontinuous maps||Mathematics Department of Simon Fraser University IRMACS Centre||Ali Nadaf|
|Thermoregulation of a Honeybee Swarm||SFU||Jeremy Chiu|
|Tight Spans of Four-Point Diversities||USRA Research||Reid Constable|