# Event series

## Algebra and Topology Seminar »

These seminars invite speakers from a broad spectrum of areas, including algebraic and differential geometry, algebraic topology, low-dimensional topology, representation theory, quantum algebra, and number theory.

## Algebraic Topology Cinema Club »

We watch recorded talks/lectures about topics in algebraic topology. There is some discussion afterwards. Sometimes there are snacks.

## AMSI Summer School »

We welcomes masters, honours and postgraduate students from around Australia to the 12th Annual Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Summer School.

## Applied Statistics Seminar »

Applied Stats seminar covers a broad range of topics from Pure/Applied Statistics. All who are interested in Statistics welcome.

## Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry Working Seminar »

This is an informal seminar on arithmetic algebraic geometry and related fields.

## Canberra Mathematics Enrichment programme »

The Canberra Mathematics Enrichment programme consists of enrichment sessions, and the option of participating in the International Tournament of Towns.

## Differential Geometry Seminar »

This is a weekly research seminar. Anyone with research interests in differential geometry is welcome to speak.

## Differential Geometry Working Seminar »

This is a weekly working seminar on topics related to the research interests of Mike Eastwood's group.

## Fractal Geometry Seminar »

The Fractal Geometry Seminar's is a series of seminars hosted by Michael Barnsley, on emerging hot topics in fractal geometry.

## Friends & alumni program »

These lectures present concepts in an easy to understand manner appealing to broad scientific interests, and are a great opportunity to meet some of our MSI academics in an informal environment over drinks and nibbles.

## Fully nonlinear elliptic PDE seminar »

This a reading seminar. We will report the regularity theory for fully nonlinear elliptic partial differential equations based on the book by Caffarelli and Cabre.

## Geometric analysis seminar »

Each week we will discuss a research problem in the field of geometric analysis.

## Geometry of differential equations »

Geometry of differential equations explores parabolic differential geometry (PDE).

## Graduate Seminar »

Each week we welcome a graduate student to present a talk to a general audience of his/her peers.

## Homological Algebra Reading Group »

This series of events will explore topics on homological algebra.

## Informal Number Theory Seminar »

Informal Number Theory Seminar

## Informal Probability Seminar »

This on-going research seminar series brings together colleagues interested in probability, stochastic processes, and their applications to discuss new results and works in progress in an informal and friendly setting.

## Mathematical Physics program »

These seminars will cover a broad spectrum of Mathematical Physics topics.

## Mathematics across disciplines »

"Mathematics across Disciplines" is an initiative to bring together people at ANU who apply mathematics.

## Mathematics and Computational Sciences Seminar »

This series comprises computational science & mathematics, including the mathematical / computational modelling of complex systems including their implementation issues and theoretical aspects.

## Mathematics and physics on the borderline »

Mathematics and physics on the borderline between algebraic and differenetial geometry.

## MSI Colloquium 2013 »

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

## MSI Colloquium 2015 »

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

## MSI Colloquium 2016 »

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

## MSI Colloquium 2017 »

## MSI Colloquium 2018 »

## MSI Colloquium 2019 »

## MSI Colloquium 2020 »

## MSI Colloquium 2021 »

A distinguished academic presents his or her research via our colloquia events.

## MSI Colloquium 2022 »

A distinguished academic presents their research via our colloquia events.

## MSI Honours Seminar Series »

MSI Honours Students will give two seminar talks during the course of the program.

## MSI Undergraduate Colloquium 2018 »

On selected dates, a distinguished academic presents their research to our undergraduate students.

## MSI/RSCS Seminar Series »

A joint seminar series hosted by the MSI and RSCS.

## One day seminar series 1 »

These talks will be quite general, aimed at illustrating the wide range of real-world applications which involves some inverse problem aspect.

## One day seminar series 2 »

These talks will focus on applications where there is an underlying mathematical model to be solved.

## One day seminar series 3 »

These talks will consider the theoretical infrastructure that has been developed to underpin the theory and application of inverse problems.

## One day seminar series 4 »

These talks will focus on statistics, probability and finance.

## Partial Differential Equations and Analysis Seminar »

The partial differential equations and analysis seminar is the research seminar associated with the applied and nonlinear analysis, and the analysis and geometry programs.

## Prismatic cohomology seminar »

Prismatic cohomology seminar

## Quantum mathematics meeting »

In this series we will discuss quantum mathematics.

## Special year 2012: Inverse problems »

The special year is intended to expose researchers and students to the whole spectrum of activity and create opportunities for collaborative work on inverse problems.

## Special year 2013: Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations »

In this special year we will be addressing recent developments in the theory and applications of nonlinear partial differential equations arising in geometry, physics and other applied areas.

## Special year 2014: Stochastics and Statistics »

In this Special Year, we will focus on the areas of probability, stochastic processes, and statistics.

## Special year 2015: Geometry and Physics »

The purpose of this special year is to bring together researchers working in the area of geometry and physics.

## Special year 2016: Algebra and Topology »

The 2016 special year will promote the areas of algebra and topology in Australia and aim to bring together leading researchers from around the world.

## Special year 2017: Geometric analysis and nonlinear PDE »

This special year’s activities will focus on fully nonlinear elliptic and parabolic PDE arising in geometry and elsewhere.

## Special year 2018: Analysis »

The special year 2018 will bring together experts in a range of areas of mathematical analysis (inc. harmonic, spectral, microlocal, geometric, stochastic).

## Special Year 2019: Computational Mathematics »

This series of events will explore the mathematical connections between different areas of computational mathematics as well as the connections to computer science, statistics, pure mathematics and application domains.

## Special Year 2020: Mathematical Physics »

The special year 2020 is dedicated to a wide range of cutting edge topics in Mathematical Physics.

## Special Year 2021 »

The Special Year 2021 will be a compilation of workshops including some that were postponed from the Special Year 2020: Mathematical Physics.

## Summer Research Scholar Program »

The summer research program at MSI is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students.

## Tech Tuesday »

Bite-sized presentations about tech you should now during your lunch break.

## The ANU Mathematics Society »

The ANU Mathematics Society (ANUMS) is an association for maths students, and anyone with an interest in mathematics.

## Transport, flows & applications »

A one day research-oriented workshop on the themes of the Brisbane Graduate Winter School: geometric pde, and particularly harmonic maps, optimal transport, and curvature flows.

## Workshop in Harmonic Analysis and Geometry »

This is a regular meeting of ANU researchers and visitors interested in the harmonic analysis of differential operators and its relationship with the geometry of an underlying metric measure space.