# Seminar Archive - 2015

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.

*James Ross - UNSW Mathematics and Statistics*

This is a final presentation of an Honours research project supervised by Gary Froyland.

*Daniel Le - UNSW Mathematics and Statistics*

The poor response to some drugs used in antiviral therapy for a chronic hepatitis B infection may be linked to mutations in the surface antigen gene of the hepatitis B virus. Many of the mutations at...

*Asst. Professor Brian Powell - University of Hawai’i at Manoa*

Joint Statistics and Fluid Dynamics Seminar
Ocean models provide an estimate of the ocean state filtered by discrete dynamical equations. Observations provide sparse information about the ocean at a...

*Dorothy Cheung - UNSW*

Clifford algebras are very useful in the classification of quadratic forms. In this talk, I will focus on one of the invariant of quadratic form, the Hasse invariant. The definition and properties of...

*Dominic Vella - UNSW*

In the field of operator theory, seeking necessary and sufficient conditions for the $L^p$-boundedness of large families of linear operators is quite a challenge in general. However, boundedness is...

*Raveen de Silva - UNSW*

Composition operators have been studied since the 19th century, starting with Koenigs' work on the Schroder equation. In recent decades, progress has been made on characterising the algebras...

*Terence Harris - UNSW*

In this talk, I will introduce a few different notions of convexity, and explain their connection to the derivative sets of Lipschitz maps. I will also explain some results concerning "rank-one...

*Liangyi Zhao - UNSW*

We will present a some results on the gaps between primes in Beatty sequences, sequences of the form $[ \alpha n + \beta ]$ with $\alpha$ irrational and $\beta$ real. The results follow from a...

*Djordje Milicevic - Bryn Mawr College*

Divisor problem, distribution of primes in arithmetic progressions, or, say, equidistribution of rational points on varieties - all cornerstone problems in analytic number theory - can see their...

*Barton Lee - UNSW*

Graph limit theory is an emerging field which combines combinatorics and analysis to understand large graph structures. In this talk, I will discuss some of the introductory theory and original...