Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

27
Mar
2017

On solutions to the Yang-Baxter equation related to sl(n). »

Gary Bosnjak (MSI/ANU)
3pm 27 March 2017

In this talk we consider the problem of constructing solutions to the Yang-Baxter equation.

24
Mar
2017

Enriched operator algebras »

David Penneys (Ohio State)
3.30pm 24 March 2017

David will give us a tutorial on operator algebras in categories more interesting than the category of vector spaces.

24
Mar
2017

Games as a semantics for functional programming »

Alexandra Grant (ANU/MSI)
2.30pm 24 March 2017

Alex will tell us how to think of games as providing a semantics for functional programming.

24
Mar
2017

Honours Seminar »

Jerome Barkhan and Qiuyi Li (MSI/ANU)
1pm 24 March 2017

coming soon.......

24
Mar
2017

Monge-Ampere equation and its applications »

Xu-Jia Wang (MSI/ANU)
11am 24 March 2017

In this reading seminar we will give lectures on the Monge-Ampere equation, a reference book is Figalli’s “Monge-Ampere equation and its applications”.

23
Mar
2017

MSI Friends and Alumni: Hidden Figures »

6pm 23 March 2017

The MSI will be sponsoring an ANU Film Group screening of the highly acclaimed, Oscar-nominated film “Hidden Figures.

22
Mar
2017

Morse homology »

Shuaige Qiao
2.30pm 22 March 2017

The PhD seminar is a weekly seminar held on Wednesday afternoons, at 2:30-3:30pm, for PhD students to talk about their thesis work or other projects.

21
Mar
2017

Operator algebras in rigid C*-tensor categories »

David Penneys (Ohio State)
3.30pm 21 March 2017

The notion of an algebra makes sense in any monoidal category C4.

21
Mar
2017

$L^p$ estimates for eigenfunctions on manifolds with boundary »

Melissa Tacy (ANU)
1.30pm 21 March 2017

In this talk I will discuss the whispering gallery modes from a semiclassical perspective and introduce a method for studying such eigenfunctions semiclassically on general manifolds.

20
Mar
2017

Solving Random Differential Equations with HPC and UQ techniques »

Tobias Neckel (Technical University of Munich)
4pm 20 March 2017

In the field of scientific computing, random effects become increasingly important to allow for an accurate modelling of realistic effects.

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