Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

01
Oct
2019

A counterexample in quasi-category theory »

Alexander Campbell, Macquarie University
3.30pm 1 October 2019

A counterexample in quasi-category theory

01
Oct
2019

Monge–Ampère equations: applications and generalisations »

Cale Rankin, ANU
10am 1 October 2019

Graduate student seminar: Monge–Ampère equations: applications and generalisations

27
Sep
2019

Everything around sl^ϵ_{2+} is DoPeGDO. So what? »

Dror Bar-Natan, Toronto
3pm 27 September 2019

Quantum seminar

27
Sep
2019

Introduction to operads »

10am 27 September 2019

We will watch a talk given by William Dwyer.

25
Sep
2019

The random wave conjecture and arithmetic quantum chaos »

Peter Humphries, University College London
2pm 25 September 2019

The random wave conjecture and arithmetic quantum chaos

24
Sep
2019

On $L_2$-uniqueness of symmetric diffusion equations »

Professor Derek Robinson, MSI, ANU
2pm 24 September 2019

We discuss the uniqueness of solutions of the parabolic evolution equation $\partial\varphi/\partial t+H\varphi=0$ where $H=-\mathrm{div}(C\nabla)$ is a second-order degenerate elliptic operator acting on a domain $\Omega$ in $\mathbf{R}^d$.

24
Sep
2019

Pseudodifferential calculus on the Heisenberg group »

Himani Sharma, ANU
10am 24 September 2019

Graduate student seminar: Pseudodifferential calculus on the Heisenberg group

23
Sep
2019

Honours Seminar »

Benjamin Leedom, Hongzhi Liao
4pm 23 September 2019

Honours seminar: 25 minute talks

20
Sep
2019

Modal Type Theory and its Semantics & (Higher) category theory vs (Homotopy) type theory »

Dr Ranald Clouston (RSCS), Dr Martina Rovelli (MSI)
3pm 20 September 2019

This seminar series will consist of two talks: (Higher) category theory vs (Homotopy) type theory by Dr Martina Rovelli (MSI) and Modal Type Theory and its Semantics by Dr Ranald Clouston (RSCS)

20
Sep
2019

Applications of monoidal model categories of spectra / Model category structures for equivariant spectra »

10am 20 September 2019

We will watch a short talk given by Brooke Shipley followed by a talk given by Doug Ravenel.

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