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. Michael Shelley - New York University
  Register for this seminar. Swimming, or self-propulsion through a fluid, is done by algae, bacteria, birds, and whales. It even occurs inside of cells. Swimming becomes especially fascinating when...

Dr. Byron Jacobs - University of the Witwatersrand
  This body of work examines the plausibility of applying partial differential equations and time-fractional partial differential equations to images. The standard diffusion equation is coupled with...

Prof. Mark Freidlin - University of Maryland
Long time behavior of a dynamical system, evolutionary PDE, or a stochastic process, under certain assumptions, can be described by the invariant measure corresponding to the initial condition...

Prof. Mary Myerscough - The University of Sydney
Why do some people develop cardiovascular disease while others with similar risk profiles do not? What causes plaques to regress? Why does raising HDL (“good cholesterol”) reduce cardiovascular...

Prof. Herbert E. Huppert - University of Bristol, University of Cambridge and University of New South Wales
Volcanic plumes ascend high into the stratified atmosphere where they form intrusions about the level of neutral buoyancy. Sufficiently powerful eruptions or eruptions in a weak wind form umbrella...

Prof. Samir Adly - Université de Limoges, France
This talk is devoted to the study of the Aubin/Lipschitz-like property and the isolated calmness of a particular non-monotone generalized equation arising in electrical engineering. The variational...

Dr. Stephen Maher - Zuse Institute Berlin.
The development of a vaccine for HIV is guided by identifying key features of the virus within the envelope gene sequence. By computing the covariance of position within the envelope and using this...

A/Prof. David Wilson, Dr. Cliff Kerr, Dr. Richard Gray, Dr. Andrew Shattock, Dr. Robyn Stuart and Dr. Sherrie Kelly - The Kirby Institute, UNSW
As most health resources are scarce, they should ideally be spent efficiently. To assist national decision-makers, program managers, and funders better respond to HIV epidemics, we address the...

Yi Kang Yang - UNSW School of Mathematics and Statistics
Yi Kang Yang will give his final presenation on his Honours research project. Yi Kang was supervised by Dr Guoyin Li.

Adam Gray - UNSW School of Mathematics and Statistics
Adam Gray will give his final honours presentation on his Honours research project. Adam was supervised by A/Prof Chris Tisdell.

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