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Jean-Philippe Mathy is a Professor in the Department of French and Italian at Illinois.
Part of the Spring 2019 Curious and Eclectic Seminar Series at the Beckman Institute.
The Resilient Urban Futures symposium examines these issues in detail, bringing together scholars, designers, and experts from diverse fields to analyze present-day conditions and recommend how future urbanisms can emerge and thrive in our communities. Highlights include keynote speeches by journalist Ben Austen and urban policy and health scholar Dr. Mindy Fullilove.
The Department of Latina/Latino Studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will be hosting a Graduate Student Symposium showcasing research produced by LLS graduate student minors across the UIUC Campus. Participating students have an opportunity to share their work with an interdisciplinary audience and connect with colleagues from across the University.
We propose to model a spatio-temporal random field that has nonstationary covariance structure in both space and time domains by applying the concept of the dimension expansion method in Bornn et al. (2012).
The Inaugural Symposium on Local Immigration Activism (ISLA) is a day-long series of panels, break-out sessions, and vibrant discussions that will be held on 2/28 at the University YMCA.