Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

16
Apr
2019

In memory of Alan McIntosh and Joe Moyal: an operator theoretic approach to pseudo-differential calculus »

Pierre Portal, ANU
2pm 16 April 2019

Can one use pseudo-differential calculus in situations where no Fourier transform is available? On a manifold, one can use the euclidean pseudo-differential calculus locally, but can one find a global analogue?

15
Apr
2019
16
Apr
2019

Capture the Flag »

10am 16 April 2019

Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.

15
Apr
2019
16
Apr
2019

Capture the Flag »

10am 15 April 2019

Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.

12
Apr
2019

Quantum foundations (noncommutative probability) »

Scott Morrison (ANU)
3pm 12 April 2019

Quantum Theory & Quantum Computation Seminar

11
Apr
2019

Using polynomials and complex analysis to check for numerical error in the experimental study of an optimisation algorithm »

Dr Scott B Lindstrom, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
4pm 11 April 2019

Splitting methods are special algorithms that are commonly used to solve optimisation problems for engineering and machine learning.This talk will introduce its main concepts with simple examples, and it features many pictures and the use of dynamical tools for visualisation.

11
Apr
2019

Branching processes in Population Genetics: Most recent common ancestors and genetic mutations »

Associate Professor Conrad Burden (MSI)
11am 11 April 2019

I'll introduce the basic theory of delta-rings, which are one of the key ingredients in prismatic cohomology.

11
Apr
2019

Polynomial Algebraic Developments in Optimisation and Computation »

9am 11 April 2019

2 day workshop on "Polynomial Algebraic Developments in Optimisation and Computation".

09
Apr
2019

Adapted sparse domination and good-lambda inequalities »

Dorothee Frey, Delft
2pm 9 April 2019

The method of sparse domination is an efficient technique for obtaining weighted L^p bounds of singular integral operators with sharp dependence on the weight constant. In this talk we show how one can use good-lambda inequalities to obtain a sparse domination that is adapted to various operators and weight classes.

08
Apr
2019

Honours Seminar »

Joshua Tomlin, Christopher Hone
3pm 8 April 2019

Second meeting of the Honours Seminar (25 minute talks)

05
Apr
2019

Quantum foundations (second meeting) »

John Hutchinson (ANU)
3pm 5 April 2019

Quantum Theory & Quantum Computation Seminar

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