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Young maths enthusiasts from across the region are invited to battle it out in a test of mind and muscles at ANU Maths Day.
In this talk, I want to discuss some questions of topology in general relativity.
Continuation of previous week.
Truncated shifted Yangians are a family of quantisations of slices to spherical Schubert varieties in the affine Grassmannian.
This is a talk about the history of the mathematical modelling of noise.
In this talk, I will first explain the language of persistent homology and its extended version involving Floer-Novikov theory.
Cain will talk about work in progress on understanding the Brauer-Picard groupoids of the ADE fusion categories.
This is the first talk for a reading seminar in Bridgeland stability.
Stephen will talk about work in progress on variants of Khovanov homology, which may afford an integral theory which is functorial in $S^3$.
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