Events

Check out our calendar of events and participate in our workshops, conferences, talks and more.

25-29
Nov
2019

Special year 2019: Computational Mathematics: Uncertainty Quantification Workshop »

25–29 November

Quantifying modelling uncertainty is essential for credible simulation-aided knowledge discovery, prediction and design. This workshop brings together a diverse set of researchers to identify challenges and novel research directions in the field of uncertainty quantification (UQ).

26
Nov
2019

Graduate Seminar: Fractal image compression »

10–11am 26 November
Gleb Shabernev, ANU

Graduate student seminar

28
Nov
2019

Algebra and Topology Seminar: Moduli Invariants in Complex Dynamics »

11am–12pm 28 November
Holly Krieger, University of Cambridge

Moduli Invariants in Complex Dynamics

28
Nov
2019

MSI Colloquium 2019: Elliptic curves and complex dynamics »

4–5pm 28 November
Dr Holly Krieger, University of Cambridge

We will discuss a new and surprising approach to the interaction between geometry and arithmetic of elliptic curves.

29
Nov
2019

MSI Colloquium 2019: Nonlocal minimal surfaces  »

2–3pm 29 November
Associate Professor Serena Dipierro, University of Western Australia

Serena Dipierro will discuss some recent results on a geometric problem of nonlocal type, consisting of the minimisation of a fractional version of the perimeter.

10
Dec
2019

Partial Differential Equations and Analysis Seminar: Vector-valued time-frequency analysis and the bilinear Hilbert transform »

10–11am 10 December
Dr. Alex Amenta, Universität Bonn (Germany)

I will give an overview of how time-frequency analysis is used in proving these $L^p$-bounds, with focus on the recently understood setting of functions valued in UMD Banach spaces.

11-14
Feb
2020

Special year 2020: Mathematical Physics: Baxter 2020: Frontiers in Integrability »

11–14 February

This conference will celebrate the 80th birthday of Rodney Baxter, a pioneer in the development of integrability and its applications in statistical mechanics.