Seminar Archive - 2019

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.

Tynysbek Kalmenov - Vice President of Mathematical Society of Kazakhstan, Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling, Almaty, Kazakhstan
We discuss the spectral properties of a linear operator generated by a differential expression and the boundary conditions. We also consider operators, which are the correct extensions of a minimal...

Prof. Weng Kee Wong - University of California at Los Angeles
This talk reviews and discusses nature-inspired metaheuristic algorithms as general purpose optimization tools for solving problems in statistics.  The approach works quite magically and frequently...

Daniel Hauer - University of Sydney
The fundamental gap conjecture states that the difference of the 2nd and 1st eigenvalue of the Schroedinger operator equipped with a bounded potential in a convex bounded region in $\R^{d}$ with...

Raphael Ponge - Sichuan University, China
Noncommutative tori are ubiquitous examples of noncommutative spaces. Following the seminal work of Connes-Tretkoff, Connes-Moscovici, and others a differential geometric apparatus is currently being...

Lee Zhao - UNSW
Character sums are ubiquitous in number theory.  Hence the evaluation and estimation of their individual and/or mean values are very important.  In this talk, I will present asymptotic formulas for...

Gerry Myerson - Macquarie
In 1967, Forman and Shapiro proved Theorem 1. The sequences $a_n = [(4/3)^n]$ and $a_n = [(3/2)^n]$ each contain infinitely many composites. In 2005, Dubickas and Novikas proved these results:...

Steve Yannoulatos - Senior Astra User, Faculty of Science
This presentation summarises the critical processes for Course Authorities ("Convenors") to ensure the successful submission of student results in T2 and beyond, as well as providing ample time for...

Steve Yannoulatos - Senior Astra User, Faculty of Science
This presentation summarises the critical processes for Course Authorities ("Convenors") to ensure the successful submission of student results in T2 and beyond, as well as providing ample time for...

Dr. Vincent Briane - UNSW Sydney
Recent advances in molecular biology and fluorescence microscopy imaging have made possible the inference of the dynamics of molecules in living cells. Such inference allows to understand and...

Bregje Pauwels - University of Sydney
To any tensor-triangulated category $T$, there is a natural way to associate a site and a sheaf cohomology. The objects in this site are the commutative separable monoids in $T$. For instance, if $T...

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