Dr. Pawel Pralat (http://www.math.ryerson.ca/~pralat/) is an Associate Professor at Ryerson University and the Director of Fields-CQAM Lab on Computational Methods in Industrial Mathematics at The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences. His main research interests are in modelling and mining complex networks. Since 2006, he has written 150+ papers with 100+ collaborators. He is trained both in (theoretical and applied) computer science as well as mathematics (M.Eng. and M.A.Sc. in CS, Ph.D. in Mathematics and CS), has strong programming and applied research skills, gained through experience in collaboration with the private sector (such as Microsoft Research, Google Research, NXM, Motorola, The Globe and Mail, BlackBerry, Alcatel-Lucent, Environics Analytics) as well as the Government of Canada (Tutte Institute for Mathematics and Computing, part of Communications Security Establishment).
Modelling and Mining Complex Netowrks, Random Graphs, Random Processes
AMS, CMS, PTM