# Maths Colloquium

The Mathematics Colloquium is directed at students and academics working in the fields of pure and applied mathematics, and statistics.

We aim to present expository lectures that appeal to our wide audience.

Information for speakers

#### Information for speakers

Maths colloquia are usually held on Mondays, from 2pm to 3pm, in various locations at St Lucia.

Presentations are 50 minutes, plus five minutes for questions and discussion.

Available facilities include:

- computer
- data projector
- chalkboard or whiteboard

To avoid technical difficulties on the day, please contact us in advance of your presentation to discuss your requirements.

### Contacts

### Atmospheric carbon and the statistical science of measuring, mapping, and uncertainty quantification

18 November 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm

Noel Cressie, Distinguished Professor, National Institute for Applied Statistics Research Australia (NIASRA), University of Wollongong

### The wisdom of the crowd: ensemble learning and multi-modal imitation learning

14 October 2019 2:00pm–4:00pm

Dr Nan Ye, School of Mathematics and Physics, TheUniversity of Queensland

### Prediction of inertial particle focusing in curved microfluidic channels.

23 September 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm

Professor Yvonne Stokes, Mathematical Sciences, The University of Adelaide

### The extension problem and the Helgason conjecture

15 July 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm

Sundaram Thangavelu (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalor)

### Special Colloquium celebrating Women in Mathematics

13 May 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm

Romina Arroyo, Sara Herke, Sabrina Streipert and Sheila Williams

### Homogeneous Einstein Metrics on Euclidean Spaces are Einstein Solvmanifolds

11 February 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm

Christoph Boehm (University of Muenster, Germany)

### The fractional laplacian, extension problems and conformal geometry

20 November 2017 2:00am–3:00pm

Mariel Sáez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

### Risk and Sustainability: a Stochastic Stewardship Criterion

29 September 2017 2:00pm

Michel de Lara (École des Ponts ParisTech and Université Paris-Est)