Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

21
Mar
2019

Honeycombs and polytopes: another look at representation theory »

Prof Robert Coquereaux, Universite de Marseille, Luminy
4pm 21 March 2019

After introducing several geometrical models that can be used to calculate multiplicities in Lie group theory, we describe associated polytopes whose volumes can be considered as approximations of those multiplicities.

21
Mar
2019

Stacks, gerbes, and T-duality »

Prof Konrad Waldorf
12pm 21 March 2019

A brief introduction to stacks,  bundle gerbes and their applications to T-dualities. Many examples will be presented so the talk should be accessible to anyone to some background in differential geometry and algebraic topology.

19
Mar
2019

The marked length spectrum of Anosov manifolds »

Colin Guillarmou, University of Paris-Sud (Orsay)
2pm 19 March 2019

We show some new rigidity result for the marked length spectrum of closed negatively curved manifolds.

15
Mar
2019

Graduate student seminar: Use of administrative data for productivity analysis »

Chien-Hung (Joseph) Chien, ANU
9am 15 March 2019

Graduate student seminar: final PhD talk

05
Mar
2019

Crystals, Paths, and BGG Resolutions »

Emily Norton (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn)
3.30pm 5 March 2019

Crystals, Paths, and BGG Resolutions

05
Mar
2019

Eigenvalues of Schrödinger operators with complex valued potentials in $L^p$ »

Andrew Hassell, ANU
2pm 5 March 2019

I will speak on work of Rupert Frank and collaborators on eigenvalues of the Schrodinger operator consisting of the Laplacian on $R^d$ plus a complex valued, $L^p$ potential, and my work with Guillarmou and Krupchyk on a generalization to asymptotically conic manifolds.

01
Mar
2019

Interactive theorem proving summer students: fundamental groups and Gauss' lemma »

Aditya Agarwal (ANU), Aymon Wuolanne (ANU)
3pm 1 March 2019

Quantum seminar

28
Feb
2019

What is...(finitary) 2-representation theory? »

Dr Daniel Tubbenhauer, University of Zurich
4pm 28 February 2019

This talk will be an introduction to the field of (finitary) 2-representation theory (which one can think of as being a categorical lift of representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras), as well as a survey of the state of the art.

27
Feb
2019

Official Opening : Women of Mathematics throughout Europe »

5.30pm 27 February 2019

Official opening of the Women of Mathematics throughout Europe portrait exhibition

27
Feb
2019

Official opening : Women of Mathematics throughout Europe »

5.30pm 27 February 2019

Official opening of the Women of Mathematics throughout Europe portrait exhibition

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