Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

23
Aug
2019

Honours Seminar »

Michael Howes, Clark Suwidjaja
1pm 23 August 2019

Honours seminar: 25 minute talks

23
Aug
2019

The model-independent theory of (∞,1)-categories »

10am 23 August 2019

We watch the second of four talks given by Emily Riehl.

21
Aug
2019

Big Mathematics for Big Data »

Vidit Nanda, Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford
5.30pm 21 August 2019

In this public event, Associate Professor Vidit Nanda will describe how topology, the mathematical study of shapes and their deformations, has emerged as a powerful new technique for data analysis.

20
Aug
2019

Lie Superalgebras via Schur-Weyl duality and Categorification »

Associate Professor Michael Ehrig, Beijing Institute of Mathematics
3.30pm 20 August 2019

Lie Superalgebras via Schur-Weyl duality and Categorification

20
Aug
2019

Categorified Braid Group Action 2: Relating Type-B and Type-A Braid Group Actions »

Edmund Heng, ANU
10am 20 August 2019

Graduate student seminar: Relating Type-B and Type-A Braid Group Actions

19-23
Aug
2019

Workshop on Monge-Ampere equations: in celebration of Professor John Urbas’s 60th birthday  »

9am 19 August 2019

The aim of this workshop is to bring together international leading mathematicians and provide participants an opportunity to exchange ideas and foster/enhance collaborations.

16
Aug
2019

Theorem provers as tools for mathematicians & computability and Kolmogorov complexity »

Scott Morrison, Associate Professor, Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU, Michael Norrish, Principal Researcher, Data 61, ANU
3pm 16 August 2019

This seminar series will consist of two talks: Theorem provers as tools for mathematicians by Associate Professor Scott Morrison from MSI and Mechanising computability and Kolmogorov complexity (in HOL) by Dr Michael Norrish, from Data61.

16
Aug
2019

Geometry of Ricci solitons »

Professor Huai-Dong Cao, Lehigh University
2pm 16 August 2019

In this seminar, Professor Huai-Dong Cao will discuss some recent progress on Ricci solitons, especially in dimension four.

16
Aug
2019

The model-independent theory of (∞,1)-categories »

10am 16 August 2019

We watch the first of four talks given by Emily Riehl.

15
Aug
2019

Path signatures in topology, dynamics and data analysis »

Associate Professor Vidit Nanda, University of Oxford
4pm 15 August 2019

In this talk, Professor Nanda will describe the homotopical origins of path signatures, their subsequent application to stochastic analysis, and how they facilitate efficient machine learning in topological data analysis. 

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