Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

10
Mar
2020

Approximable triangulated categories »

Amnon Neeman, ANU
3.30pm 10 March 2020

Approximable triangulated categories

06
Mar
2020

Third Prism Seminar »

Dr James Borger (MSI)
3pm 6 March 2020

We will go through Drinfeld's reformulation of Bhatt and Scholze's theory of prismatic cohomology.

05
Mar
2020

Modelling moving loads on floating ice plates »

Adjunct Professor Roger Hosking, Adelaide University
4pm 5 March 2020

The response due to a non-uniformly moving load has been investigated, and in particular it has been shown from a time-dependent dispersive Whitham-type equation with loading, that the response may be magnified considerably when a moving load decelerates.

03
Mar
2020

Non-negative Polynomials, Sums of Squares & The Moment Problem »

Abhishek Bhardwaj, ANU
3.30pm 3 March 2020

Non-negative Polynomials, Sums of Squares & The Moment Problem

02
Mar
2020

The Liley form for the stress tensor in magnetized plasma »

Roger Hosking, University of Adelaide
4pm 2 March 2020

The Liley form for the stress tensor in magnetized plasma

25
Feb
2020

Representations of Combinatorial Categories »

Nick Proudfoot, University of Oregon
3.30pm 25 February 2020

Representations of Combinatorial Categories

25
Feb
2020

Introduction to tiling iterated function systems »

Michael F. Barnsley
3pm 25 February 2020

This seminar is free-standing and intended to be of general interest but it will also serve as a preview of the special topics course ”Fractal TilingTheory”.

25
Feb
2020

Aspects in Functional Calculus Theory »

Dr. Markus Haase, University of Kiel
1.30pm 25 February 2020

I will report on recent work in the theory of unbounded functional calculi.

21
Feb
2020

Co-Lab Seminar  »

Associate Professor Linda Stals (MSI), Dr Josh Milthorpe (RSCS)
3pm 21 February 2020

On future extreme-scale computers, faults will become increasingly common as the number of individual components grows without a compensating improvement in reliability. We will explore a two-pronged complementary approach to both reduce the amount of redundancy and to speed up the recovery process.

20
Feb
2020

Hyperplane arrangements and Hodge theory »

Professor Nick Proudfoot, (University of Oregon)
4pm 20 February 2020

The Top Heavy Conjecture is an elementary statement about linear algebra that was open for 43 years until its recent proof by Huh and Wang, using fancy algebraic geometry. I will describe this result and discuss associated generalizations.

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