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There seems to be an interesting gap in the literature on enriched categories.
The workshop in harmonic analysis and geometry is a regular meeting of ANU researchers and visitors interested in the harmonic analysis of differential operators and its relationship with the geometry of an underlying metric measure space.
In this talk, I’ll be giving an introduction to Reduced Basis Methods for parametrized PDE’s.
In this talk I will explain the moduli problem of coherent systems and see the relation with the Brill-Noether theory.
These geometries can be thought of as a system of curves satisfying certain axioms on the surface of a torus.
We will show the upper bound of the heat kernel, via the corresponding resolvent on AH spaces due to Mazzeo-Melrose, Melrose-Sa Barreto-Vasy.
Come along to the Mathematical Sciences Institute’s Maths Market Day to find out about our Honours and Post Graduate programs.
Cain will give an introduction to quantum computing.
The Colding-Minicozzi entropy is an important tool for understanding the mean curvature flow (MCF).
Geometry at the ANU consists of two parts, a series of Graduate Student workshops from the 15 - 19 August, 2016 followed by an international conference from 22 - 26 August, 2016.
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