BIRS Live Stream Schedule

Below is the schedule of talks, not necessarily those that will be broadcast. We encourage participants to record and broadcast their talks, but it is up to them to press the button.

Mathematics of Human Environmental Systems (Online) (Jan 24 to 29)

Monday January 25 between 13:10 and 13:55 MDT [2021-01-25T13:10:00.00-06:00]
Yoh Iwasa of Kwansei Gakuin University, Persistence of corruption: an evolutionary game theory motivated by illegal logging in tropics
Monday January 25 between 14:00 and 14:30 MDT [2021-01-25T14:00:00.00-06:00]
Christopher Heggerud of University of Alberta, Coupling the socio-economic and ecological dynamics of cyanobacteria
Monday January 25 between 15:00 and 15:45 MDT [2021-01-25T15:00:00.00-06:00]
Eli Fenichel of Yale University, Getting human behavior into epidemiology models
Monday January 25 between 15:50 and 16:20 MDT [2021-01-25T15:50:00.00-06:00]
Rebecca Tyson of University of British Columbia - Okanagan, Human-bear interactions: Using models to determine optimal management strategies
Tuesday January 26 between 13:00 and 13:45 MDT [2021-01-26T13:00:00.00-06:00]
Frank Hilker of Osnabrück University, Comparison between best-response dynamics and replicator dynamics in a social-ecological model of lake eutrophication
Tuesday January 26 between 13:50 and 14:35 MDT [2021-01-26T13:50:00.00-06:00]
Mayuko Nakamaru of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ecological features benefiting sustainable harvesters in socio-ecological systems: A case study of swiftlets in Malaysia
Tuesday January 26 between 15:05 and 15:50 MDT [2021-01-26T15:05:00.00-06:00]
Akiko Satake of Kyushu University, Coupled social and ecological systems in forested landscape
Wednesday January 27 between 13:00 and 13:45 MDT [2021-01-27T13:00:00.00-06:00]
Alan Hastings of University of California - Davis, Role of Transients in Human Environmental Systems
Wednesday January 27 between 13:50 and 14:35 MDT [2021-01-27T13:50:00.00-06:00]
Chris Bauch of University of Waterloo, Early warning signals of critical transitions in coupled human-environment systems: leveraging data science with dynamical systems
Wednesday January 27 between 15:05 and 15:50 MDT [2021-01-27T15:05:00.00-06:00]
Andrew Tilman of University of Pennsylvania, Environmental forecasting and human-environmental dynamics
Thursday January 28 between 13:00 and 13:45 MDT [2021-01-28T13:00:00.00-06:00]
Nina Fefferman of University of Tennessee, Humans as Ecosystem Engineers of the Pathogen Landscape
Thursday January 28 between 13:50 and 14:35 MDT [2021-01-28T13:50:00.00-06:00]
Junling Ma of University of Victoria, Time of infections of SI epidemics on networks of cities, farms, or individuals
Thursday January 28 between 15:05 and 15:50 MDT [2021-01-28T15:05:00.00-06:00]
David Finnoff of University of Wyoming, Human behavior in economic-epidemiological systems
Friday January 29 between 13:00 and 13:45 MDT [2021-01-29T13:00:00.00-06:00]
Madhur Anand of University of Guelph, What can we learn from mathematical models of ourselves? Examples from forest pest spread to climate change mitigation.
Friday January 29 between 13:50 and 14:35 MDT [2021-01-29T13:50:00.00-06:00]
Louis Gross of University of Tennessee, Knoxville, A Rational Basis for Hope: Human Behavior Modeling and Climate Change
Friday January 29 between 15:05 and 15:50 MDT [2021-01-29T15:05:00.00-06:00]
Hans Kaper of Georgetown University, Modeling Food Systems

Geometry, Analysis, and Quantum Physics of Monopoles (Online) (Jan 31 to Feb 5)

Monday February 1 between 08:00 and 09:00 MDT [2021-02-01T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Derek Harland of University of Leeds, Survey TBA
Monday February 1 between 09:00 and 10:00 MDT [2021-02-01T09:00:00.00-06:00]
Roger Bielawski of University of Hannover
Monday February 1 between 11:30 and 12:30 MDT [2021-02-01T11:30:00.00-06:00]
Goncalo Oliveira of Universidade Federal Fluminense, Survey: Monopoles in higher dimensions
Monday February 1 between 12:30 and 13:30 MDT [2021-02-01T12:30:00.00-06:00]
Siqi He of Stony Brook, The compactness problem for the Hitchin-Simpson equations
Tuesday February 2 between 08:00 and 09:00 MDT [2021-02-02T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Alexander Braverman of University of Toronto, Survey TBA
Tuesday February 2 between 09:00 and 10:00 MDT [2021-02-02T09:00:00.00-06:00]
Michael Finkelberg of National Research University Higher School of Economics, Elliptic zastava
Tuesday February 2 between 11:30 and 12:30 MDT [2021-02-02T11:30:00.00-06:00]
Paul Norbury of University of Melbourne, Spectral curves in surfaces
Wednesday February 3 between 08:00 and 09:00 MDT [2021-02-03T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Michael Singer of University College London, Survey TBA
Wednesday February 3 between 09:00 and 10:00 MDT [2021-02-03T09:00:00.00-06:00]
Chris Kottke of New College of Florida
Wednesday February 3 between 11:30 and 12:30 MDT [2021-02-03T11:30:00.00-06:00]
Andy Royston of Penn State Fayette, Survey TBA
Wednesday February 3 between 12:30 and 13:30 MDT [2021-02-03T12:30:00.00-06:00]
T. Daniel Brennan of University of Chicago
Thursday February 4 between 08:00 and 09:00 MDT [2021-02-04T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Takuro Mochizuki of Kyoto University, Monopoles and difference modules
Thursday February 4 between 09:00 and 10:00 MDT [2021-02-04T09:00:00.00-06:00]
Laura Fredrickson of Stanford University
Thursday February 4 between 11:30 and 12:30 MDT [2021-02-04T11:30:00.00-06:00]
Rafe Mazzeo of Stanford University
Friday February 5 between 08:00 and 09:00 MDT [2021-02-05T08:00:00.00-06:00]
Nikita Nekrasov of Simons Center for Geometry and Physics
Friday February 5 between 09:00 and 10:00 MDT [2021-02-05T09:00:00.00-06:00]
Mark Stern of Duke University
Friday February 5 between 11:30 and 12:30 MDT [2021-02-05T11:30:00.00-06:00]
Yang Li of MIT
Friday February 5 between 12:30 and 13:30 MDT [2021-02-05T12:30:00.00-06:00]
Weifeng Sun of Harvard University, Bogomolny Equations on R3 with a Knot Singularity

Geometry: Education, Art, and Research (Online) (Feb 19 to 21)

Sunday February 21 between 13:00 and 13:30 MDT [2021-02-21T13:00:00.00-06:00]
Frank A. Farris of Santa Clara University, "Weaving bands into wallpaper patterns: the layer groups"
Sunday February 21 between 13:30 and 14:00 MDT [2021-02-21T13:30:00.00-06:00]
Henry Segerman of Oklahoma State University, " Viewing the Thurston geometries from the inside"