Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

09
May
2019

Integer multiplication in time O(n log n) »

Dr David Harvey, University of New South Wales
4pm 9 May 2019

In this talk, Dr David Harvey will discuss the history of integer multiplication, and give an overview of the new algorithm.

07
May
2019

Spaces of functions invariant under Fourier integral operators of order zero »

Andrew Hassell, ANU
2pm 7 May 2019

It was proved by Seeger, Sogge and Stein that Fourier Integral operators (FIOs) in $n$ dimensions map the Hardy space $H^1$ into $L^1$ provided they have sufficiently negative order, that is, no bigger than $-(n-1)/2$.

06
May
2019

Flexible, accurate, efficient, and automatic numerical computations »

Dr Geoffrey Vasil, The University of Sydney
4pm 6 May 2019

In this talk, Dr Vasil will discuss the latest developments from the Dedalus project.

30
Apr
2019

Graduate student seminar: Micro-scale catchment modelling of channel network and drainage features »

Cheryl Sun, ANU
11am 30 April 2019

Graduate student seminar: final PhD talk

29
Apr
2019

Honours Seminar »

Dean Muir, Keeley Hoek
3pm 29 April 2019

Second meeting of the Honours Seminar (25 minute talks)

26
Apr
2019

More prismatic cohomology »

Dr James Borger (MSI)
3pm 26 April 2019

I'll continuing going through Bhatt's lectures, most likely saying something about the crystalline and Hodge-Tate comparison theorems.

23
Apr
2019

A classification of simple Gelfand-Tsetlin modules »

Oded Yacobi (University of Sydney)
3.30pm 23 April 2019

A classification of simple Gelfand-Tsetlin modules

16
Apr
2019

In memory of Alan McIntosh and Joe Moyal: an operator theoretic approach to pseudo-differential calculus »

Pierre Portal, ANU
2pm 16 April 2019

Can one use pseudo-differential calculus in situations where no Fourier transform is available? On a manifold, one can use the euclidean pseudo-differential calculus locally, but can one find a global analogue?

15
Apr
2019
16
Apr
2019

Capture the Flag »

10am 16 April 2019

Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.

15
Apr
2019
16
Apr
2019

Capture the Flag »

10am 15 April 2019

Capture the Flag (CTF) is a friendly competition consisting of assorted cyber security and cryptography problems and puzzles.

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