Cafe Mathématique

November 26, 2015 (6:30-8pm)

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Café Mathématique is an informal workshop designed to explore the applications of mathematics in different and unexpected areas. The Café is free and open to the general public.


Moderated by Jane Heffernan, York University Research Chair and Director of Multi-scale models for Evidence-Based Health Policy at the Centre for Disease Modelling, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, York University.

Panelists include:

  • Julien Arino, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Manitoba; and Modeller, BlueDot
  • Troy Day, Canada Research Chair in Mathematical Biology Departments of Mathematics & Statistics; and Biology Queen’s University
  • Amy Greer, Canada Research Chair in Population Disease Modelling Department of Population Medicine, Guelph University
  • Jianhong Wu, Canada Research Chair in Industrial and Applied Mathematics Director, York Institute for Health Research Department of Mathematics & Statistics, York University

Anyone interested in math, stats, and the various intersecting applications in the world. Open to the public.


Fields Institute, Room 230, 222 College Street, Toronto – Directions and parking


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