J.H.
(San Francisco Bay, June 2009)
Office address:
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
Montreal, Que.
H3G 1M8
Positions:
Professor,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Concordia University
Director,
Mathematical Physics Group, Centre de recherches mathématiques
Research interests:
 Mathematical physics, integrable systems, random matrices,
random processes, gauge theory, relativity
 Group theory, differential equations, differential geometry
Other J.H. links:
Publications
Courses
Lectures at conferences, workshops, summer schools:
Current academic year (20072008)

September 11  15, 2007, Brussels, Belgian Academy of Science,
Random and integrable models in mathematics and physics

June 22  28, 2008, Ste. Adèle, Québec
SIDE 8 International conference

June 30  July 5, 2008, CRM, Université de Montréal
Integrable Quantum Systems and Sovable Statistical Models

August 18  23, 2008, CRM, Université de Montréal
Laplacian Growth and Related Topics

August 26  30, 2008, CRM, Université de Montréal
Random Matrices, Related Topics and Applications

October 5  10, 2008, Banff Interanational Research Station, Banff, Alberta
Random Matrices, Inverse Spectral Methods and Asymptotics
Recent (20062007)

Aug. 6  13, 2006. IMPA, Rio de Janeiro,
International Congress on Mathematical Physics

Sept. 4  29, 2006.
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, U.K.
The Painlevé Equations and Monodromy Problems

Oct. 30  Nov. 3, 2006, Centre International de Recherches
Mathématiques (CIRM), Luminy
Luminy conference on random matrices

Nov. 20  Dec. 15, 2006. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics,
U. C. Santa Barbara,
Stochastic Geometry and Field Theory: From Growth Phenomena to Disordered
Systems

February 1923, 2007. University of Havana
X International Workshop on Differential Equations, Number Theory, Data
Analysis Methods and Geometry
 April 2729,
2007. Centre de recherches mathématiques, Montréal
Groups and
Symmetries: from the Neolithic Scots to John McKay
 June
415, 2007. Centre de recherches mathématiques,
Montréal
Moduli Spaces of Riemann Surfaces and Related Topics
Older events
Videos and MP3's of lectures

"Twomatrix models, duality and the RiemannHilbert problem associated to biorthogonal polynomials"
MSRI, Berkeley. Sept. 30, 2002
Program: Recent Progress in Random Matrix Theory and Its Applications

"Hamiltonian theory of the general rational isomonodromic deformation problem"
Fields institute, Toronto, May. 20, 2004
Program: Workshop on Integrable and NearIntegrable Hamiltonian PDE

"Matrix integrals as isomonodromic tau functions"
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, Sept. 21, 2006
Program: Painlevé Equations and Monodromy Problems: Recent Developments

"Tau Functions, Random Matrices, and Random Processes"
Kavli Institute for Theoretcial Physics, Santa Barbara, Nov. 29, 2006
Program: Stochastic Geometry and Field Theory: From Growth Phenomena to Disordered Systems

"Tau Functions, Integrable Systems and Random Processes"
97th Statistical Mechanics Conference, Rutgers University
May 68, 2007

"Tau Functions, Integrable Systems, Random Matrices and Random Processes"
Workshop on Quadrature Domains and Laplacian Growth in Modern Physics
BIRS, Banf, July 1520, 2007
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