Remembering Raymond Paley

Paley graphs Paley graphs play a role in my research, and they are an important family of graphs in combinatorics and graph theory. They are examples of quasi-random graphs: explicit, deterministic networks exhibiting properties we typically expect to see asymptotically in random graphs. Consider a prime power p congruent to 1 (mod 4), and let vertices be the elements of… Read More Remembering Raymond Paley

Interview with a mathematician: Nassif Ghoussoub

Nassif Ghoussoub is the founder and current director of the Banff International Research Station, the founding director of the Pacific Institute of Mathematics, and the co-founder of MITACS NCE. On top of all that, he is an award-winning mathematician, whose most recent work focuses on differential equations and mass transport theory. I met Nassif when he… Read More Interview with a mathematician: Nassif Ghoussoub