Monthly Archives: July 2015
Ingkarni Wardli B17 :: Finnur Larusson :: The University of Adelaide Abstract: We start by considering an applied problem. You are interested in buying a used car. The price is tempting, but the car has a curious defect, so it is not clear whether you can even take it for a test drive. This problem […]
Ingkarni Wardli Level 7 Room 7.15 :: Peter Hochs :: The University of Adelaide Abstract: For a proper action by a Lie group on a Spin-c manifold (both of which may be noncompact), we study an index of deformations of the Spin-c Dirac operator, acting on the space of spinors invariant under the group action. When […]
Napier 209 :: Professor Michael Shelley :: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University Abstract: Complex fluids that have a ‘bio-active’ microstructure, like suspensions of swimming bacteria or assemblies of immersed biopolymers and motor-proteins, are important examples of so-called active matter. These internally driven fluids can have strange mechanical properties, and show persistent activity-driven […]
B19 Ingkarni Wardli :: Dr Tamsin Lannagan :: Gastrointestinal Cancer Biology Group, University of Adelaide / SAHMRI
Ingkarni Wardli 715 Conference Room :: Dr Giang Nguyen :: School of Mathematical Sciences
Ingkarni Wardli 715 Conference Room :: Prof. Mike Eastwood :: School of Mathematical Sciences Abstract: How do we know what’s inside the earth? How do we know what’s inside sick humans? We are all familiar with sophisticated scanning devices: this talk will explain roughly how they work and something of the mathematics built into them.
Benham Labs G10 :: Lachlan Bubb :: University of Adelaide
Fri 31 Jul: Dynamics on Networks: The role of local dynamics and global networks on hypersynchronous neural activity
This Friday, 31 July, we have a School Colloquium with Prof John Terry from University of Exeter, UK. The talk is in Ingkarni Wardli B21 at 15:10. Title: Dynamics on Networks: The role of local dynamics and global networks on hypersynchronous neural activity Abstract: Graph theory has evolved into a useful tool for studying complex […]
Do you know anyone who is considering further study? Tell them to come on Open Day! If they visit the Open Day website they can find timetables, maps, and all the information they need to get the most out of the day.
The School of Mathematical Sciences’ own Pure Mathematics Masters student, Kelli Francis-Staite, was recently announced as the 2015 Rhodes Scholar for South Australia! Kelli is the University’s 108th Rhodes Scholar and late next year will use the Scholarship to start doctoral studies in mathematics at the University of Oxford. A wonderful achievement for a well-deserving […]