# Full Seminar Archive

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

*Peng Gao - Beihang University*

This seminar has been cancelled.
The study on the mean values of the divisor function $d(n)$ has a long history. Using his hyperbola method, Dirichlet established a well-known asymptotic formula for...

*Micah Milinovich - University of Mississippi*

There are many situations where one imposes certain conditions on a function and its Fourier transform and then wants to optimize a certain quantity. I will describe how these types of Fourier...

*Stephan Baier - Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute*

This is joint work with N. Prabhu (Queens University at Kingston, Canada). We derive new bounds for moments of the error in the Sato-Tate law over families of elliptic curves. As applications, we...

*Ben Madafiglio - University of New South Wales*

In 1970, Cheeger bounded the lowest nonzero eigenvalue $\lambda_1 $ of the Laplacian on a Riemannain manifold using a geometrical property now known as the Cheeger isoperiemtric constant. Cheeger's...

*Gary Liang - University of New South Wales*

Greenhill, Kwan and Wind determined the asymptotic distribution of the number of spanning trees in a random cubic graph using the small subgraph conditioning method. They conjectured that a similar...

*Gavin Robertson - University of New South Wales*

In 1932, Banach devoted Chapter 12 of his book “Theory of Linear Operations” to determining the values of $p$ and $q$ for which the Banach space $L^{q}[0,1]$ is (linearly) isomorphic to a subspace...

*Marley Young - University of New South Wales*

A famous result of Northcott implies that a polynomial defined over a number field $K$ has only finitely many preperiodic points lying in $K$. It is of interest to determine if similar finiteness...

*Galina Levitina - University of New South Wales*

Using tools of the scattering theory we prove a limiting absorption for the free massless Dirac operator $D$ in multidimensional Euclidean space. As a corollary we prove that for a sufficiently good...

*Zsuzsanna Dancso - University of Sydney*

Quantised lattices, or q-lattices, appear naturally through categorification constructions - for example from "zigzag-algebras" - but they haven't been studied from a lattice theory point of view....

*Oded Yacobi - University of Sydney*

Linear representations of Lie algebras have a beautiful and well studied theory. In the last decade we've discovered an equally rich and rigid theory of categorical representations of Lie algebras,...