Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

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

UG Colloquium: How Linear Algebra Can Reveal the Secrets in Your Face ... No More Lying About Your Age! »

Professor Kate Smith-Miles, University of Melbourne
4.15pm 27 February 2019

Undergraduate Colloquium

27
Feb
2019

Women of Mathematics: Short talks on the work of exceptional female mathematicians »

Dr Pierre Portal, ANU, Associate Professor Tony Licata, ANU
3pm 27 February 2019

As part of the Women of Mathematics event, this session will discuss the the work of exceptional female mathematicians.

27
Feb
2019

Women of Mathematics: brainstorming session over coffee »

Dr Joan Licata, ANU, Professor Sylvie Paycha, Universität Potsdam
2pm 27 February 2019

As part of the Women of Mathematics event, this brainstorming session will discuss the future of the diverse mathematical community.

27
Feb
2019

Women of Mathematics: a one-day meeting at the ANU »

9am 27 February 2019

The event celebrated Women of Mathematics through a range of activities, including a networking lunch, a panel discussion, research talks, and an official opening of the exhibit "Women of Mathematics" at ANU.

26
Feb
2019

Analysis and PDE seminar: A geometric perspective on Hairer's regularity structures »

Professor Sylvie Paycha, University of Potsdam, on leave from the University Clermont-Auvergne
2pm 26 February 2019

Analysis and PDE seminar

26
Feb
2019

Graduate student seminar: Schrodinger Operators and the Kato Square Root Problem. »

Julian Bailey, ANU
11am 26 February 2019

Graduate student seminar: final PhD talk

25
Feb
2019

Cross phase of drift-resistive plasma fluctuations near edge »

Professor Chang-Bae Kim, Physics Department, Soongsil University, Seoul, KOREA
4pm 25 February 2019

In this talk the cross phase between the electrostatic potential and the electron density is presented based on the numerical simulations of the two-dimensional Hasegawa-Wakatani model.

25
Feb
2019

Graduate student seminar: Multi-fidelity sparse grids for uncertainty quantification »

Fanzi Meng, ANU
3pm 25 February 2019

Graduate student seminar

21
Feb
2019

Wronskians of classical orthogonal polynomials »

Clare Dunning, University of Kent
4pm 21 February 2019

I will introduce the Wronskian Hermite polynomials, give some examples and applications and show that the language of partitions provides a natural setting to describe some of their properties.

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