Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

09
Mar
2016

Fusion Rules in Logarithmic Superconformal Minimal Models »

Michael Canagasabey
2pm 9 March 2016

Logarithmic conformal field theory is a relatively recent branch of mathematical physics which gives rise to interesting representations of symmetry algebras through the process of fusion.

07
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Yunjin Choi »

Yunjin Choi
9am 7 March 2016

Selecting the number of principal components: Estimation of the true rank of a noisy matrix

04
Mar
2016

Modular tensor categories »

3pm 4 March 2016

Depending on who comes, we may continue talking for a little while about the "group of fractions" approach to the Thompson group.

04
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Garth Tarr »

Dr Garth Tarr
2pm 4 March 2016

Quantile based estimation of scale dependence

04
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Guillaume Lecué »

Dr Guillaume Lecué
11am 4 March 2016

We prove that iid random vectors that satisfy a rather weak moment assumption can be used as measurement vectors in Compressed Sensing.

03
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Pierre Portal »

Dr Pierre Portal
3pm 3 March 2016

Stochastic Partial Differential Equations are PDE involving random coefficients and/or random forcing terms and non-linearities.

03
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Francis Hui »

Dr Francis Hui
12pm 3 March 2016

Mixed models, Mixture models, Maximum likelihood and the letter "M"

01
Mar
2016

Galois extensions in symmetric monoidal categories »

Dr Bregje Pauwels (MSI/ANU)
4pm 1 March 2016

Given a ring object in a symmetric monoidal category, we can investigate what it means for an extension to be (quasi-)Galois.

01
Mar
2016

Visualising spheres in higher dimensions »

Mr Mark Bugden (PhD, MSI/ANU)
3pm 1 March 2016

In this talk, I will discuss different ways of thinking about higher dimensional spheres.

01
Mar
2016

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Seminars - Xiao Fang »

Dr Xiao Fang
11am 1 March 2016

In this talk, we give a brief introduction to Stein's method.

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