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.

Stephen Maher - Lancaster University
To be confimed.

Alessandro Ottazzi - UNSW School of Maths and Stats
To be confirmed.

Professor John Murray - UNSW Sydney and Cancer Research Division, NSW Cancer Council
The Cancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network (CISNET) is a consortium of US National Cancer Institute sponsored investigators who use statistical modeling to improve the understanding...

José Vicente Pérez - University of Alicante, Spain
The classical Motzkin theorem states that every (closed and convex) polyhedron is the Minkowski sum of a convex hull of finitely many points and a finitely generated cone. In this sense, similar...

Professor David Stewart - University of Iowa
Dynamics and differential equations that involve inequalities arise where there are hard constraints, such as in mechanical impact, ideal diodes in electrical circuits, and traffic networks....

Dr Michelle Dunbar - University of Sydney
Effective radiotherapy is dependent on being able to (i) visualise the tumour clearly, and (ii) deliver the correct dose to the cancerous tissue, whilst sparing the healthy tissue as much as possible...

Barton Lee - UNSW Business School and School of Computer Science
The consensus problem in multi-agent systems has long been the subject of intense research within the fields of computer science and mathematics. This problem can naturally be expressed as a...

Juan G. Criado del Rey - University of Cantabria, Spain
Homotopy methods is the name for a set of algorithms designed to find approximate solutions in a broad class of very important problems such as polynomial system solving or the eigenvalue problem....

Gurvan Madec - French National Centre for Scientific Research, LOCEAN-IPSL
Strong winds associated to Tropical Cyclones (TCs) trigger intense mixing in the upper ocean. While the resulting surface cooling feeds back negatively on TCs intensity, the associated sub-surface...

Prof. Wolf-Juergen Beyn - Bielefeld University, Germany
Nonlinear eigenvalue problems are ubiquitous in the stability analysis of nonlinear systems, such as vibrating systems or systems with delay. Numerical discretizations then lead to large and sparse...

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