Seminar Archive - 2017

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.

Juan G. Criado del Rey - University of Cantabria, Spain
Homotopy methods is the name for a set of algorithms designed to find approximate solutions in a broad class of very important problems such as polynomial system solving or the eigenvalue problem....

Dzmitry Badziahin - University of Sydney
We consider a class of Mahler functions $g(x)$ which can be written as an infinite product $g(x) = 1/x * \prod_{t=0}^\infty P(x^{-d^t})$, where $d$ is a positive integer and $P(x)$ is a polynomial of...

Ana Zumalacarregui - UNSW
We will study the existence of certain additive structures in random sets of integers. More precisely, let $Mx=0$ be a linear system defining our structure ($k$-arithmetic progressions, $k$-sums, $...

Shige Peng - Shandong University
Traditionally, a real-life random sample is often treated as measurements resulting from an i.i.d. sequence of random variables or, more generally, as an outcome of either linear or nonlinear...

Norman Wildberger - University of New South Wales
We will be bringing together ideas from classical projective geometry, triangle geometry, graph theory and hypergroup theory in order to understand a remarkable generalization of the Schiffler point...

Shenwei Huang - UNSW, School of Computer Science and Engineering
An even hole is an induced cycle of even length 4 or more. A cap is a cycle of length at least 5 with exactly one chord and that chord creates a triangle with the cycle. In this talk, we consider (...

Yong Song - The University of Melbourne
This paper interprets and develops Berry et al. [1995] model in the Bayesian framework. First, we partition the consumer utility into two components: mean and heteroskedasticity. Our decomposition...

Barton Lee - UNSW Business School and School of Computer Science
The consensus problem in multi-agent systems has long been the subject of intense research within the fields of computer science and mathematics. This problem can naturally be expressed as a...

Amie Wilkinson - University of Chicago
What are the underlying mechanisms for robustly chaotic behavior in smooth dynamics? In addressing this question, I’ll focus on the study of diffeomorphisms of a compact manifold. I’ll describe...

Emeritus Professor D Brynn Hibbert FRSN - School of Chemistry, UNSW
The seminar will be descriptions of an eclectic mix of mathematical and statistical methods applied in chemistry, with the unifying theme that the author has had a hand in each of them. The Guide to...

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