Seminar Archive - 2010

Our regular seminar program covers a broad range of topics from applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. All staff and students are welcome. A complete list of past seminars can be accessed via the left-hand menu.

Ian Hamaekers - University of Bonn
We study tensor product multiscale many-particle spaces with finite-order weights and their application for the electronic Schrödinger equation.  Any numerical solution of the electronic Schrödinger...

Prof. Anna Kaminska - University of Memphis
Isomorphic copies in the lattice E and its symmetrization E(*) with applications to Orlicz-Lorentz spaces.

Prof. M. Czerwinska - University of Memphis
Some Rotundity Properties In Symmetric Spaces Of Measurable Operators.

Professor Boyan Dimitrov - Kettering University (Michigan, USA)
In this talk we define age and compare ages for objects from two populations by making use of their lifetime distributions. The purpose of the talk is to propose definitions based on relationships...

Dr. Peter Donovan - UNSW
The classic formula for the volume of tubes around smooth compact manifolds in Euclidean space can be extended.

Prof. Alex Dimca - University of Nice
First we recall one of Lang's conjectures in diophantine geometry on the interplay between subvarieties and translated subgroups in a commutative algebraic group (proved by M. Laurent in the case of...

Professor Matt Wand - University of Wollongong
Bayesian hierarchical models are attractive structures for conducting regression analyses when the data are subject to missingness. However, the requisite probability calculus is challenging and...

Professor Alexander Meister - Universitat Rostock, Germany
We consider the statistical experiment of functional linear regression (FLR). Furthermore, we introduce a white noise model where one observes an Ito process which contains the covariance operator of...

Associate Professor Jeroen Rombouts - Institute of Applied Economics at HEC Montreal, Canada
In this talk we propose a new nonparametric test for conditional independence that can directly be applied to test for Granger causality. Based on the comparison of copula densities, the test is easy...

Associate Professor Aurore Delaigle - University of Melbourne
Predicting Y from a future X based on data (Xi, Yi) is a fundamental inference problem. When X is observed accurately, the problem is that of standard regression estimation of E(Y |X). When the data...

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