Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

14
Feb
2019

Width of codimension two knots »

Michael Freedman (Microsoft Station Q)
4pm 14 February 2019

Width of codimension two knots

12
Feb
2019

Normal subgroup growth of free nilpotent groups under base extension - wild or uniform? »

Christopher Voll (University of Bielefeld)
3.30pm 12 February 2019

Normal subgroup growth of free nilpotent groups under base extension - wild or uniform?

12
Feb
2019

Analysis and PDE seminar: First-order elliptic boundary value problems beyond self-adjoint induced boundary operators. »

Dr Lashi Bandara, Universität Potsdam
1.30pm 12 February 2019

Analysis and PDE seminar.

08
Feb
2019

HOMFLYPT homology for links in handlebodies »

Daniel Tubbenhauer (University of Zurich)
3pm 8 February 2019

HOMFLYPT homology for links in handlebodies

29
Jan
2019

Perverse schobers on mirror moduli spaces »

Will Donovan (Tsinghua University)
3.30pm 29 January 2019

Perverse schobers on mirror moduli spaces

29
Jan
2019

Mathematical developments related to the quantum Rabi model »

9am 29 January 2019

This one-day workshop is focussed on recent and ongoing mathematical developments related to the quantum Rabi model.

25
Jan
2019

Generalised Stone Dualities »

Tristan Bice (Polish Academy of Sciences)
3pm 25 January 2019

Generalised Stone Dualities

14
Jan
2019

Joint ANU/CSIRO Seminar on Computational and Inverse Problems: Celebrating Bob Anderssen's 80th birthday »

5.15pm 14 January 2019

The main focus of this one-day meeting is on inverse problems, and will feature speakers who have collaborated with Bob Anderssen. 

18
Dec
2018

Differential forms on the moduli stack of perfect complexes (II) »

Ezra Getzler, Northwestern University
3.30pm 18 December 2018

Perfect complexes are finite rank graded vector spaces with a differential of degree +1, and more generally, twisted complexes of vector bundles over a manifold. There is a generalization of the theory of characteristic classes to this setting.

13
Dec
2018

Joint MSI and Student Colloquium: 2018 Fields Medals II »

Dr James Borger (MSI), Professor Andrew Hassell (MSI)
4pm 13 December 2018

James Borger and Andrew Hassell will shed light on the mathematical work that merited the 2018 Fields Medals awarded to Peter Scholze and Akshay Venkatesh.

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