The School of Mathematical Sciences wishes to warmly congratulate the school recipients of the latest ARC grant round which was announced on Tuesday, 1 November. These grants include Future Fellowship (Yvonne Stokes), Discovery Early Career Research Award (Guo Chuan Thiang) Discovery Project Grant (Varghese, Baraglia).
A fantastic way to end 2016 for Mr Hao Guo (supervisors: Varghese, Wang) on being awarded the prestigious 2016 B.H. Neumann Prize in December (Certificate). The School of Mathematical Sciences warmly congratulates Hao for this outstanding achievement!
In a previous post Professor Mathai Varghese had been appointed as new Associate Editor for the Journal of Geometry and Physics. He has since been made a full Editor for the Journal. Our congratulations to him!
The 2016 Herbert Howe lecture series at the University of Denver was delivered by Elder Professor Mathai Varghese on May 17th 2016.
Prof. Mathai Varghese has been invited to deliver the 2016 Herbert Howe lectures at University of Denver in May 2016.
Professor Mathai Varghese has been appointed as new Associate Editor for the Journal of Geometry and Physics beginning February 1st 2016.
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