Past events

Find information about past ANU MSI events.

24-27
Jun
2019

Mini-course/workshop on the application of computational mathematics to plasma physics »

9am 24 June 2019

This event aims to promote communications between computational mathematicians and plasma physicists, to seek solutions to the long-standing difficulties in computational plasma physics, and identify applications for newly developed algorithms and computational techniques.

20
Jun
2019

On the role of applied mathematics and computer science in fusion research »

Prof Frank Jenko, Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics
4pm 20 June 2019

In this talk, Prof Frank Jenko will discuss the history of integer multiplication, and give an overview of the new algorithm.

12
Jun
2019

MSI movie night: The imitation game »

6.30pm 12 June 2019

The MSI will be sponsoring an ANU Film Group screening of the highly acclaimed film "The imitation game".

11
Jun
2019

Bounds on the maximal Bochner-Riesz means for elliptic operators »

Adam Sikora, Macquarie University
2pm 11 June 2019

I will discuss $L^p$ boundedness of the maximal Bochner-Riesz means for self-adjoint operators of elliptic type which satisfy  the finite speed of propagation for the associated wave operator.

11
Jun
2019

The discrete thin plate spline smoother »

Lishan Fang, ANU
11am 11 June 2019

Graduate student seminar: The discrete thin plate spline smoother

04
Jun
2019

Weyl Pseudodifferential Operators in Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Settings »

Sean Harris, ANU
2pm 4 June 2019

The classical Weyl pseudodifferential calculus is a particular choice of "quantisation". Ornstein-Uhlenbeck (OU) operators are analogs of the Laplacian adapted to spaces with Gaussian measure. I will explain my current work in adapting the Weyl calculus to the OU setting.

04
Jun
2019

ANU Maths Day 2019 »

9am 4 June 2019

Young maths enthusiasts from across the region are invited to battle it out in a test of mind and muscles at ANU Maths Day.

03-04
Jun
2019

Honours Conference »

Bolin Han, Owen Hearder
3 June 2019

Honours Conference (50 minute talks)

31
May
2019

Entanglement: Conundrum or Resource »

John Hutchinson, ANU
3pm 31 May 2019

Quantum Theory & Quantum Computation Seminar

29
May
2019

Informal learning seminar on Hodge theory »

Anand Deopurkar, MSI
10am 29 May 2019

Anand Deopurkar will discuss classical notions of Hodge structures and how they arise in complex algebraic geometry

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