MSI Colloquium 2017

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Each Thursday afternoon a distinguished academic presents his or her research via our colloquia events.

Upcoming events

23
Nov
2017
Speaker: Min-Chun Hong, University of Queensland
In 1964, Eells and Sampson asked whether a given smooth map can be deformed to a harmonic map in its homotopy class.
30
Nov
2017
Speaker: Professor Gilles Lancien, Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Besançon
In the last fifteen years, the question of embedding metric spaces into “nice” Banach spaces has gathered researchers coming from very diverse origins, in p

Past events

15
Nov
2017
Speaker: Associate Professor Florence Lancien, Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon, France
At the beginning of the 20th century, spaces of functions appeared to be the right setting for solving functional equations.
09
Nov
2017
Speaker: Professor Robert Griffiths, Dept. of Statistics, University of Oxford
Classical stochastic process models in population genetics describe how a population of genes evolves for- ward in time under random drift, mutation, select
12
Oct
2017
Speaker: Nassif Ghoussoub, The University of British Columbia
I will describe the profile of optimal solutions of the martingale counterpart of the Monge mass transport problem.
10
Aug
2017
Speaker: Xiliang Lu, Wuhan University
In this talk, we consider the problems of recovering a sparse vector from noisy measurement data.
11
May
2017
Speaker: Zihua Guo (Monash University)
In this talk I will survey some recent results on the study of the long time behaviour to some quadratic dispersive systems such as Zakharov system and Gros
27
Apr
2017
Speaker: Corey Jones (MSI, ANU)
The study of operator algebras was initiated by von Neumann to provide a context for the algebras of observables that arise in quantum mechanics.
30
Mar
2017
Speaker: Semyon Dyatlov, MIT
The essential spectral gap question asks if linear waves on a given noncompact manifold have exponential local energy decay at high frequency.  
02
Mar
2017
Speaker: Professor Rodrigo Treviño (Brooklyn College, City University of New York)
The study of translation flows on flat surfaces falls in the broad field of Teichmüller dynamics, which is the meeting point of many fields: ergodic theory,
19
Jan
2017
Speaker: Dr Alina Ostafe (University of New South Wales)
The goal of the talk is to give an overview of some results about algebraic and geometric structures in orbits of polynomial dynamical systems.

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