Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

26-30
Nov
2018

Workshop in stochastic analysis »

9pm 26 November 2018

This workshop will bring together experts with diverse backgrounds in analysis, PDE and probability, working on stochastic differential equations.

23
Nov
2018

Student talks: AustMS practice »

Ivo Vekemans, Dominic Weiller
3pm 23 November 2018

The PhD students are practicing their AustMS talks this week!

23-24
Nov
2018

Mini graduate course in stochastic maximal regularity, 23-24 November 2018 »

9am 23 November 2018

This mini course will introduce a method in parabolic stochastic PDE, based on techniques and concepts from harmonic analysis and operator theory.

22
Nov
2018

Topology of the moduli space via arithmetic geometry and representation theory »

Dr Masoud Kamgarpour, The University of Queensland
2.30pm 22 November 2018

The aim of the talk is to discuss the topology of the moduli space via arithmetic geometry and representation theory.

22
Nov
2018

H^2 and extensions for Lie algebras »

Kie Seng Nge, MSI
12pm 22 November 2018

In this talk, Kie Seng will tell us about the correspondence between H^{2} of a Lie algebra with coefficients in some module M and the set of extensions of the Lie algebra by M.

21
Nov
2018

The Hochschild-Serre spectral sequence »

Bregje Pauwels, MSI
10am 21 November 2018

In this talk, Bregje will tell us about the Hochschild-Serre spectral sequence.

20
Nov
2018

H^1 and H_1 for Lie algebras »

Adele Jackson , MSI
1pm 20 November 2018

In this talk Adele, will tell us about some results for H_{1} and H^{1} for Lie algebras.

16
Nov
2018

Quantum Representations of Mapping Class Groups and Their Applications »

Wade Bloomquist (UC Santa Barbara)
3pm 16 November 2018

Quantum seminar

16
Nov
2018

Student talks: interactive theorem proving, and quantum mechanics »

Fabian Circelli, Jack Crawford
2.30pm 16 November 2018

Student talks on interactive theorem proving

16
Nov
2018

Universal Enveloping Algebras »

Mark Bugden, MSI
1pm 16 November 2018

In this talk Mark will tell us about universal enveloping algebras.

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