Events

Recent Events
Mar 172009
The Wall Hour
Talk by Reza Shadmehr, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University Peter Wall Institute Conference Rooms 2:00 - 3:30pm
Mar 242009
The Wall Hour
Talk by Michael A. Arbib, Fletcher Jones Professor of Computer Science, Professor of Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Neuroscience and...
Mar 252009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Harvey Richer, Physics & Astronomy and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence Observational astronomy is the science of observing the Universe using various...
Apr 022009
The Wall Hour
Talk by Ed Grant, Professor and Chair, Chemistry, University of British Columbia When excited to within about 100 cm^-1 of the ionization threshold, ensembles of ultracold Rydberg...
Apr 142009
The Wall Hour
University Centre open house and official opening of the renovated east wing of the University Centre, now renamed the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. University Centre...
Apr 152009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Thomas Hutton, Community & Regional Planning and Centre for Human Settlements A quarter century following the restructuring process which swept away the traditional...
Apr 292009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Martin Barlow, Mathematics and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence 'Randomness' and 'structure' may seem contradictory concepts; but many large scale random systems...
May 012009
The Wall Hour
Workshop organized by Leah Edelstein-Keshet, Mathematics and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence. Peter Wall Institute Conference Rooms 9:00am - 2:00pm
May 132009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by David Fraser, Land & Food Systems and Centre for Applied Ethics The concerns that people express about animals tend to focus on two issues: animal conservation (...
May 272009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Michael Doebeli, Mathematics and Zoology and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence The diversity of life is astounding. All life evolved from a much more uniform...

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