Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

05
Nov
2019

Upper bound on density of Ruelle resonances for Anosov flows »

Antoine Gansemer, ANU
10am 5 November 2019

Graduate student seminar

01
Nov
2019

Affine diffeomorphism groups are undistorted »

Robert Tan, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University Japan
3.30pm 1 November 2019

Quantum seminar

30
Oct
2019

Dynamics of multiple-relaxed region magnetohydrodynamics  »

Arunav Kumar, ANU
10am 30 October 2019

Graduate student seminar

29
Oct
2019

K-theory, Endomorphisms, and Witt Vectors »

David Gepner, University of Melbourne
3.30pm 29 October 2019

K-theory, endomorphisms, and Witt vectors

28-29
Oct
2019

Honours Conference »

Douglas Coulter, Keeley Hoek
28 October 2019

Honours Conference (50 minute talks)

25
Oct
2019

Higher categories and algebraic K-theory »

10am 25 October 2019

We will watch a recording of a talk given by Andrew Blumberg.

24
Oct
2019

When is a piece of mathematics great? »

Professor Amnon Neeman, Australian National University
5.30pm 24 October 2019

In this talk, Professor Amnon Neeman will begin with two examples from the undergraduate curriculum: the theorem that there are infinitely many primes in an arithmetic progression, and the theorem that one cannot trisect an angle.

22
Oct
2019

On the classification of tight contact structures on Lens spaces »

Jack Brand, ANU
10am 22 October 2019

Graduate student seminar

21
Oct
2019

Mesh generation and preliminary Findif calculations for limiter W7-X configuration »

Grzegorz Pełka, Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion (IPPLM), Warsaw, Poland
4pm 21 October 2019

Findif is a 3-D finite difference, multi-fluid code devised mainly for edge plasma simulations. Intrinsically and irreducibly 3-dimensional problems, such as stellarator or ergodic divertor simulations, are a natural playground for Findif.

18
Oct
2019

Co-Lab Seminar  »

Associate Professor Peter Strazdins (RSCS), Professor Markus Hegland (MSI)
3pm 18 October 2019

This seminar series will consist of two talks: Using extrapolation to improve scalability and resilience of current PDE solvers by Professor Markus Hegland (MSI) and Two approaches to highly scalable and resilient partial differential equation solvers by Associate Professor Peter Strazdins (RSCS)

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