# 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. Mikhail Neklyudov - UNSW*

In this talk we consider Burgers equation in the torus and the whole space and show that there exists unique global solution if Beale-Kato-Majda type condition is satisfied. In particular, if initial...

*Dr. Robert Taggart - UNSW*

In this talk, we consider the extension of some classical theorems for contraction semigroups to the vector-valued Lp spaces. In particular, we generalise the maximal ergodic theorem of Hopf-Dunford-...

*Prof. Vladimir Peller - Michigan State University*

I am going to consider the problem of differentiability (the existence of higher derivatives) of the map A to f(A), where A is an operator and f is a function.I will deal with the cases of self-...

*Prof. Peter Zvengrowski - U. Calgary*

In 1955 M. Kneser formulated a conjecture about the number of colours needed to colour certain graphs, which was proved in 1978 by L. Lovasz, using techniques of algebraic topology. In this talk we...

*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*

For a Banach space X, the properties of several types of X-bases for Bochner-Lebesgue spaces are considered. Special attention is paid to the expansions of functions from vector-valued Besov and...

*Prof. Kyewon Koh Park - Ajou University*

Motivated by the study of general group actions, we would like to investigate the complexity or randomness of entropy zero systems. Many entropy zero systems of general group actions have interesting...

*Raed Raffoul - UNSW*

The topological degree of a continuous function is a generalisation of the winding number and, among other things, it facilitates analytic proofs of classical results in topology such as the Jordan...