# Seminar Archive - 2018

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.

*Xuan Duong - Macquarie University*

We explain some recent progress concerning estimates of singular integrals with rough kernels and function spaces associated to operators on non-doubling spaces such as the non-doubling manifolds...

*Andy Hone - University of Kent*

1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker...

*Associate Professor Ina Taralova - Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France*

The collapsing of iterates of dynamical systems or at least the existence of very short periodic orbits, their non-constant invariant measure, and the easily recognized shape of the function in the...

*Andy Hone - University of Kent*

1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker...

*Qihe Tang - University of New South Wales*

We are concerned with losses from defaults in a small or large portfolio of defaultable obligors. A static structural model is employed in which for each obligor a latent variable is introduced to...

*Prof N J Wildberger - School of Mathematic and Statistics UNSW Sydney*

Johann Faulhaber, the "Great Calculator of Ulm", in 1631 published explicit formulas for the sums of powers of natural numbers 1k + 2k + + nk as polynomials in n, for k = 1 to 17.
He also discovered...

*Andy Hone - University of Kent*

1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker...

*Andy Hone - University of Kent*

*Andrew Zammit - University of Wollongong*

Atmospheric trace gas inversion is a method for assessing the spatial distribution of gas emissions/sinks, or flux, from (i) mole fraction measurements and (ii) atmospheric simulations from...

*Florian Breuer - University of Newcastle*

There is a well-known analogy in Number Theory between number fields and function fields. Under this analogy, Drinfeld modules correspond to elliptic curves and Drinfeld modular forms correspond to...