Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

27
Feb
2018

Localising modules, rings, and spectra. »

3.30pm 27 February 2018

Given a ring R and a multiplicative subset S of R, then one can localise R at S using a number of different constructions.

27
Feb
2018

Intro to and examples of (>1)- categories »

11am 27 February 2018

The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Tuesday mornings, at 11am, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.

23
Feb
2018

Canberra Mathematics Enrichment Programme - 2018 Term 1 - Session 2 »

5pm 23 February 2018

Session 2 of the Canberra Mathematics Enrichment programme.

21
Feb
2018

Introduction to Cohomology, II »

3pm 21 February 2018

I'll continue the introduction to cohomology with group cohomology and Galois cohomology.

20
Feb
2018

Modular representation theory via categorification and knot theory »

3.30pm 20 February 2018

We will study the category of modular representations of the special linear Lie algebra in positive characteristic; we focus on the case with a central Frobenius character given by a nilpotent whose Jordan type is a two-row partition.

16
Feb
2018

Canberra Mathematics Enrichment Programme - 2018 Term 1 - Session 1 »

5pm 16 February 2018

Session 1 of the Canberra Mathematics Enrichment programme.

16
Feb
2018

Developing euclidean domains and the isomorphism theorems for groups in Lean, an interactive theorem prover »

3pm 16 February 2018

Summer ASC students Louis Carlin and Mitchell Rowett will describe their experience developing mathematical libraries for Lean, a new interactive theorem prover.

15
Feb
2018

MSI Colloquium 2018: Ancient solutions to Geometric Flows »

4pm 15 February 2018

Some of the most important problems in geometric flows are related to the understanding of singularities.

13
Feb
2018

Grothendieck duality made simple »

3.30pm 13 February 2018

Until very recently the accepted wisdom was that there is no clean way to set up the foundations of Grothendieck duality. This changed drastically recently: we have discovered a clean way to prove everything.

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