Events

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

19
Nov
2019
19
Nov
2019

Algebra and Topology Seminar: Chiral algebras, factorization algebras, and Borcherds' "singular commutative rings" approach to vertex...

3.30–4.30pm 19 November
Emily Cliff, University of Sydney

Chiral algebras, factorization algebras, and Borcherds' "singular commutative rings" approach to vertex algebras.

20
Nov
2019

MSI Colloquium 2019: Subfactors and Noncommutativity »

4–5pm 20 November
Professor Dietmar Bisch, Vanderbilt University

In this talk Professor Bisch will explain a natural notion of noncommutativity for a subfactor and illustrate it with a theorem that provides the first examples of very noncommutative, irreducible subfactors.

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.

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.