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.

Dr. Patrick Wahlberg - Newcastle
A transformation of almost periodic pseudodifferential operators to Fourier multiplier operators on vector-valued functions.

Dr. Alessandro Ottazzi - Universita di Genova
We are interested in contact mappings on nilpotent stratified Lie groups G (Carnot groups). If the group of contact mappings is infinite dimensional, we say that G is nonrigid, whereas we say that G...

Dr. Chris Meaney - Macquarie
Salem's proof of the Rademacher-Menshov Theorem shows that one constant works for all orthogonal expansions in all L2-spaces. By changing the emphasis in Salem's proof we produce a lower bound for...

Dr. Andrew Hassell - ANU
Consider the time-dependent Schrodinger equation on a complete noncompact Riemannian manifold M (for example, a manifold which looks like flat Euclidean space outside a compact set). This PDE has a...

Dr. Raed Raffoul - UNSW
We use the Nelson algebra of operants, a construction generalising the symmetric algebra of a vector space which, in the setting of commutative Banach algebras, respects spectral theory in a very...

Dr. Sergey Ajiev - UNSW
The boundedness properties of the generalized Sobolev derivatives as operators in the anisotropic classes of Besov and Lizorkin-Triebel spaces of vector-valued functions with the mixed Lebesgue norm...

Prof. Sergey Neshveyev - University of Oslo
The spectrum of the center of an algebra can sometimes be interpreted as a boundary of a random walk, which is convenient for computations. It turns out that the algebra itself can often be...

Dr. Quoc Thong Le Gia - UNSW
Approximation of pseudo-differential equations on the sphere using collocation Pseudo-differential equations on the unit sphere play an important role in geo-sciences, oceanography, and meteorology....

Dr. Sergey Ajiev - UNSW
Traditional approximation properties of anisotropic Besov and Lizorkin-Triebel spaces of vector-valued functions defined on an Euclidean space are studied.We construct certain wavelet X-bases...

Prof. James Byrnes - Prometheus Inc.
A question which naturally arises in both pure and applied mathematical analysis is: How close to constant can the modulus of a polynomial be on the unit circle if the coefficients of the polynomial...

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