Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

10
Sep
2018

Robust computational models for water waves »

Jordan Pitt (MSI)
4pm 10 September 2018

Jordan Pitt's PhD seminar on robust computational models for water waves.

31
Aug
2018

Discrete Representations of the Braid Groups »

Ms Nancy Scherich, University of California Santa Barbara
3pm 31 August 2018

Ms Nancy Scherich from UCSB will present on representations of the braid group.

30
Aug
2018

On the concentration of eigenfunctions »

Prof Chris Sogge, Sylvester Professor of Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University
4pm 30 August 2018

Prof Chris Sogge from John Hopkins University will present some results in global harmonic analysis that concern properties of eigenfunctions on compact Riemannian manifolds.

28
Aug
2018

Quantised lattices and combinatorics »

Dr Zsuzsanna Dancso, Sydney
3.30pm 28 August 2018

Algebra and topology seminar

28
Aug
2018

Sharp local smoothing estimates for Fourier integral operators »

Chris Sogge (Sylvester Professor of Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University)
1.30pm 28 August 2018

PDE/Analysis Seminar

28
Aug
2018

Global regularity for solutions to Monge-Ampere type equations »

Elina Andriyanova (MSI)
11am 28 August 2018

The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Tuesday mornings, at 11am, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.

24
Aug
2018

Bridgeland stability conditions »

Dr Asilata Bapat (MSI)
3pm 24 August 2018

Dr Asilata Bapat will give a friendly introduction to Bridgeland stability conditions. 

21
Aug
2018

Semiclassical resolvent estimates and wave decay in low regularity »

Jacob Shapiro (MSI)
1.30pm 21 August 2018

PDE/Analysis Seminar

10
Aug
2018

Gray categories »

Dominic Weiller (MSI)
3pm 10 August 2018

Quantum mathematics seminar

09
Aug
2018

The mathematics of fusion plasmas »

Associate Professor Matthew Hole (MSI)
4pm 9 August 2018

If realised on Earth, fusion power offers a near unlimited supply of clean, sustainable power. The newest research activity addition to MSI: “Plasma Theory and Modelling”, uses reduced models to capture the configuration and phase-space complexity of high performance fusion experiments.

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