MSI Honours Conference September 2016

15–19 September 2016

The MSI Honours Conference is one of the exciting annual events in MSI. It is the time for the Honours students to showcase their research projects and share with us their discoveries.

The event is open and free to all members of MSI. 

Sessions

15 September 2016
Time Session
9–10am
What is a cluster algebra and why do we care?
Victor Wang
10–11am
Scattering Theory
Sean Harris
11–11.30am
Morning tea
11.30am–12.30pm
Monopoles via the Nahm transform
Jaklyn Crilly
12.30–2pm
Lunch Break
2–3pm
Polarity and the determinant polynomial
Rowan Rowlands
3–3.30pm
Integrability in classical mechanics
Yu Zheng
3.30–4pm
Afternoon Tea
4–5pm
The Atiyah-Floer Conjecture
Maxim Jeffs
16 September 2016
Time Session
9–10am
The least square-free primitive root modulo a prime
10–11am
Riemann’s Zeta and Bounds for Sums Involving an Arithmetic Function
11–11.30am
Morning tea
11.30am–12.30pm
Analyze the rank of the numerical solution of Chemical Master Equation
2–3pm
Banach-Valued Stochastic Integration and SPDEs
3–3.30pm
Wu’s constant and applications to the Goldbach conjecture
3.30–4pm
The universal enveloping algebra view of higher spin algebra
19 September 2016
Time Session
10–10.30am
Jordan Curve Theorem
Zhengyuan Dong
10.30–11am
An introduction to Population Genetics—The Wright-Fisher Model and beyond
Zack Wei
11–11.30am
Morning tea
11.30am–12.30pm
Asymptotic Enumeration of Tournaments with a given Score Sequence
Tejas Iyer
12.30–1.30pm
Lunch Break
1.30–2.30pm
Khovanov homology of rational tangles
Benjamin Thompson
2.30–3pm
Introduction to Toric Code and Temperley-lieb Category
Yanbai Zhang
3–3.30pm
Dimensions in Algebraic Geometry
Likun Yao

John Dedman Building 27, Room G35, Australian National University

Map

Bai-Ling Wang, Bryan