The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences runs a Mathematics Colloquium approximately fortnightly during semesters, on a range on research topics across pure and applied mathematics, optimisation, mathematical finance, statistics and data science.
Find all upcoming talks in the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences events section.
Topic: A generic exact solver for vehicle routing and related problems
Topic: Particle filtering, data assimilation, and new uniform fluctuation and stability results for ensemble state estimators in high-dimensions.
Topic: How to get it right the first time
Topic: Data Science meets mortality projection
Topic: Subsampling MCMC: Bayesian inference for large data problems
Topic: k-Pop Stack Sorting
Topic: The Co-Word Problem for Bounded Automata Groups is ET0L
Professor Yung-Ming Li - National Chiao Tung University
Topic: Combining deep learning with collective intelligence in portfolio recommendation for investment clubs
Professor Jonathan Manton - University of Melbourne
Topic: Optimisation Geometry: An overview
Professor Ivan Corwin - Columbia University
Topic: Beyond the Gaussian Universaility Class
Professor Martijn De Sterke - University of Sydney
Topic: Pure quartic solitons
Professor Joseph Rosenblatt - Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Topic: Quantization via random, diophantine and dynamical processes
Professor Chris Tisdell - University of New South Wales
Topic: Critical perspectives regarding approaches to Mathematical pedagogy in universities
Associate Professor William McLean - School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales
Topic: The Julia programming language for undergraduate or postgraduate courses
Associate Professor Stephan Tillman - University of Sydney
Topic: Complexity of 3-Manifolds
Professor Peter Green - UTS and University of Bristol
Topic: Graphs, probabilities, data, models and learning
Associate Professor Laura Ciobanu - University of Scotland
Topic: Chomsky hierarchy of formal languages and its applications to mathematics and computer science.
Karolina Kropielnicka - Polish Academy of Sciences and University of Gdańsk, Poland
Topic: Higher order methods for the time dependent linear Schrödinger equation
Arieh Iserles - University of Cambridge
Topic: Approximation of wave packets on the real line
If you are interested in presenting a talk, please contact the Colloquium organiser, Shev MacNamara.