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.

Prof. Evgeny M. Semenov - Voronezh State University
Abstract (PDF).

Dr. Robert Taggart - ANU
In a recent preprint, Martin Costabel and Alan McIntosh proved regularity results for the exterior derivative d, where d acts on l-forms with distributional coefficients restricted to (or with...

Prof. Valentin Golodets - UNSW
We say that the geometric dimension of a countable group G is equal to a natural number n, if any free Borel action of G on a standard Borel space (X,m), preserving a probability measure m, induces...

Prof Fedor A. Sukochev - UNSW
Derivations in algebras of operator-valued functions.

Dr. Astrid an Huef - UNSW
An action of a locally compact group G on a space X is proper if, thinking of the action as time evolution, a big push of time moves points far away from their original positions. There are two ways...

Dr. Nirmalendu Chaudhuri - Wollongong
In this talk we will discuss the local integrability of distributions q satisfying the system of equations Dq=div f for a given matrix field f=(fij), where fij are in the local Hardy space h1. As a...

Dr. James McCoy - Wollongong
This talk is about contraction by fully nonlinear curvature flows of convex hypersurfaces. As with previously considered flows, including the quasilinear mean curvature flow and fully nonlinear Gauss...

Dr. Sergey Ajiev - UNSW
Along with Lebesgue and sequence spaces with mixed norms, anisotropic Besov, Lebesgue, Lizorkin-Triebel and Sobolev spaces of differentiable functions defined on a domain and endowed with various...

Prof. John Quigg - Arizona State University
Recently, Pask, Raeburn, Rordam, and Sims have shown how to present AT-algebras (a broad class of well-known C*-algebras) using graphs of rank 2. The construction involves an infinite tower of...

Prof. Melvin Faierman - UNSW
We consider a problem introduced by Descloux and Geymonat in 2-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics wherein all coefficients involved depend only upon one of the space variables. Because of this, we show...

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