Today's Communications events
CONTINUOUS-STATE NONLINEAR BRANCING PROCESSES Continuous-state branching processes are continuous-state counterparts of discrete-state Bienayme-Galton-Watson branching processes. We consider a class of continuous-state branching processes with branching rates depending on the current population sizes. They are nonnegative-valued Markov processes that can be obtained either from spectrally positive Levy processes via Lamperti type time changes or as unique nonnegative solutions to SDEs driven by Brownian motion and (or) Poisson random measure with positive jumps. The nonlinear branching mechanism allows the processes to have exotic behaviours such as coming down from innity. But at the same time it brings in new challenges to their study for lack of the additive branching property. In this talk we introduce the above continuous-state nonlinear branching processes, and present results on coming down from innity, explosion and extinguishing behaviours for such processes. It is based on joint work with Clement Foucart, Bo Li, Junping Li, Pei-Sen Li and Yingchun Tang.
This 90-minute panel discussion will explore the factors shaping the public service sector and what’s in store for the future.
Join us for the launch of Professor Greg Nielsen's new book, Media Sociology and Journalism: Studies in Truth and Democracy.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is pleased to announce a the new Math & Stats : Do you know what I meme? contest! The competition is simple; undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit their best meme about math & stats or their life as a math & stats student. Submission are open until March 31, 2023. Check out the event webpage for more information.
The Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Graduate team is pleased to announce the return of our successful Hush Up and Write writing workshops that are designed to help graduate students make progress with their writing projects throughout the academic year.
Early modern authors started theorizing about racism at around the same time when they started theorizing about race. Their theories are often surprisingly insightful and can help us gain a deeper understanding of racism's origins.
Precarities, Pastorals and Poetics is a creative-writing workshop which asks how precarity can queer our relationship with the natural world, crafting new understandings of pastoral poetry.
Podcasters Jonathan Jarry and Christopher Labos will explain the different podcasting formats that science communicators can use, share tips on interviewing experts, and reveal ways to improve the quality of a science podcast.
Join us for the third in a series of intimate events that will feature readings and conversations with PhD students, alumni, and postdoctoral research fellows, at Concordia University who have both creative writing and research practices.
Artist-researcher Camille Renarhd is completing her second year of postdoctoral research at CISSC and is offering a moment of encounter, exchange, and practice to share her work.
- kollektiv orangotango (Collective Critical Cartography)
- Annita Hetoevehotohke’e Lucchesi (Sovereign Bodies Institute)
- Parc Ex Anti-Eviction Mapping
- William Carroll (Corporate Mapping Project)
- Petra Molnar & Kenya-Jade Pinto (Refugee Law Lab)
- Erin McElroy (Anti-Eviction Mapping Project)
- Etienne ‘tek’ Maynier (Countering digital surveillance)
- Cinthya Rodriguez (No Tech for ICE)
- Amber Macintyre with Tactical Tech
- Kevin Walby (Centre for Access to Information and Justice)
- AJ Withers (Information Mobilization and Public Accountability Collective of Toronto)
- Jonathan Gray (Public Data Lab)
- Patricio Dávila (RenovictionsTO)
- Imani Jacqueline Brown (Unraveling Industry: Mapping Oil and Gas Infrastructure)
The Concordia Research and Education for Athletic Therapy Excellence (CREATE) Conference is the only academic oriented event in Canada specifically designed to host both professional and student researchers to disseminate their knowledge creation and network among peers in the field of athletic therapy.
From June 5th to 9th, 2023, on the downtown Concordia University campus, we will be reflecting collectively on the multiple ways in which Indigenous youth are mobilizing and are being engaged.
- Peter Dietsch (University of Victoria)
- Pablo Gilabert (Concordia University)
- Jan Kandiyali (Durham University)
- Martin O’Neill (University of York)
- Avia Pasternak (University of Toronto)
- Sabine Tsuruda (Queen’s University)
- Åsbjørn Melkevik (Queen’s University)
- Louis-Philippe Hodgson (York University)
- Will Roberts (McGill University)
- Eleni Schirmer (Concordia University)
- Sylvie Loriaux (Université Laval)
- Denise Celentano (Université de Montréal)
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