Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

18
Jul
2019

Stratification of representations of finite groups »

Prof Henning Krause, Bielefeld University
4pm 18 July 2019

The talk is devoted to the study of modular representations of finite groups.

16
Jul
2019

Local duality for Gorenstein algebras »

Professor Henning Krause (University of Bielefeld)
3.30pm 16 July 2019

Local duality for Gorenstein algebras

09
Jul
2019

Vertex Operator Algebras and Tensor Categories »

Shashank Kanade (University of Denver)
3.30pm 9 July 2019

Vertex Operator Algebras and Tensor Categories

09
Jul
2019

The perfectly matched layer (PML): theory and practice »

Kenneth Duru, ANU
2pm 9 July 2019

In this talk we discuss the well-posedness and stability of the PML initial boundary value problem. In particular, we will perform a spectral analysis of the integro-differential operator corresponding to the PML-IBVP, and derive general solutions of the PML-IBVP in the Fourier- Laplace domain.

05
Jul
2019

Topological insights in neuroscience »

Kathryn Hess Bellwald, Associate Professor of Mathematics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
5.30pm 5 July 2019

In this public event, Associate Professor Kathryn Hess will guide the audience on a mathematical mystery tour of our new vision of how the brain processes information and explain how it accelerates the development of digital neuroscience.

04
Jul
2019

An introduction to tensor triangular geometry »

Dr Beren Sanders, UC Santa Cruz
4pm 4 July 2019

In this talk, Prof Beren Sanders will give an introduction to tensor triangulated categories.

02
Jul
2019

Discrete cluster categories of type A »

Dr Sira Gratz (University of Glasgow)
3.30pm 2 July 2019

Discrete cluster categories of type A

01-05
Jul
2019

Women in computational topology »

9am 1 July 2019

Workshop for Women in Computational Topology (WinCompTop) 2 is designed for women and gender diverse people at all career stages in mathematics, statistics, computer science, and application areas of computational topology.

01
Jul
2019

One-day workshop - Computational topology »

9am 1 July 2019

The primary goal of the workshop is to facilitate the formation of new and lasting research collaborations between junior and senior researchers working in the field of computational topology.

27
Jun
2019

Can constructing “chaotic coordinates” help to understand transport in Non-Integrable Dynamical Systems? »

Dr Stuart Hudson, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
4pm 27 June 2019

In this talk, Dr Stuart Hudson will show that isotherms of the anisotropic diffusion equation coincide with ghost surfaces.

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