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June 2018

Friday 22 
Gravitational waves (GWs) provide the excellent opportunity to test General Relativity in strong fields. In this talk, by comparing General Relativity and its alternative, the general screened modified gravity, we introduce the testing of gravity in solar system with PPN framework, in binary (...)


July 2018

Friday 13 
11:00  UWA Research Event  Research Impact Series : Discover how our worldleading researchers are tackling global, national and regional issues to make the world a better place.

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Research Impact Series Events:
Cosmos: Journey Through the Universe Thursday. 9 August, 18 October and 8 November 2018
Germaine Greer On Rape: Monday 3 September 2018
Raising the Bar Perth: 10 bars, 10 topics, 1 night only. Tuesday 11 September 2018
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August 2018

Monday 06 
10:00  SEMINAR  CMCA Seminar Series : Advanced EELS and camera technology for research in physics, chemistry and life sciences

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Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is arguably the most powerful technique for the characterisation of materials structures at the micro, nano and subnanometer scales. Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS)is a TEM technique for composition and chemical environment or chemical bonding (...)

Thursday 16 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Bounding the number of symmetries of a graph

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Graphs (also called networks) with a high degree of symmetry are particularly nice objects to study mathematically. When studying the symmetries of a graph it is often useful to look at the local symmetries, that is, those that fix a particular vertex. An important question then becomes whether or (...)

Wednesday 22 
The McCusker Centre for Citizenship at UWA, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Perth, invite you to the 2018 Sir Wallace Kyle Oration.
The late Air Chief Marshall, Sir Wallace Kyle, was an Honorary Doctor of Laws at The University of Western Australia and Governor of Western (...)

Thursday 30 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : From the fractional Laplacian to the nonlocal minimal surfaces

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The fractional Laplacian is a nonlocal operator naturally arising in several branches of pure and applied mathematics. It presents intriguing features and possesses a great flexibility to a number of applications in physics, biology, numerics and finance.
After briefly discussing the basics of this (...)


September 2018

Monday 10 
13:00  EVENT  Mathematica 11, what's new? : A demonstration of the capabilities of the latest version of Mathematica.

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For 30 years, Wolfram Research has been serving Educators and Researchers. In the past 10 years, we have introduced many award winning technology innovations like WolframAlpha Pro, Wolfram SystemModeler, Wolfram Programming Lab, and Natural Language computation. Join Craig Bauling as he guides (...)


October 2018

Thursday 11 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Interface dynamics: new mechanisms of stabilization and destabilization and structure of flow fields

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Interfacial mixing and transport are nonequilibrium processes coupling kinetic to macroscopic scales. They occur in fluids, plasmas and materials, over celestial events to atoms. Grasping their fundamentals can advance a broad range of disciplines in science, mathematics, and engineering. This (...)

Tuesday 30 
13:00  SEMINAR  Lover or fighter: you can’t have it all : School of Human Sciences Seminar Series

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Bio: Leigh received his PhD from Nottingham University in 1986 and held a series of postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Liverpool until 1995 when he moved to UWA. He was awarded an ARC Federation Fellowship in 2004 and was elected to the Australian Academy in 2009. He is currently Editor (...)


November 2018

Thursday 01 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Generalisations and variations of the Monty Hall Problem

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The Monty Hall problem is a probability puzzle based on an American television game show. Some generalisations of the original problem are considered here:
 The probability distribution is generalised from equal likelihood to an arbitrary known prior distribution, with the number of doors changed (...)

Thursday 15 
This year's Australian Institute of Physics WA Postgraduate Student Conference will be held at the University of Western Australia on Thursday the 15th of November.
This event is open to all WA students researching in physics or physicsrelated subjects and is the perfect opportunity for (...)

Thursday 22 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Nonlocal equations, atom dislocation dynamics in crystals, and chaotic orbits

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In this talk, we introduce some basics of nonlocal equations, with some applications in mind coming from physics and material sciences.
In particular, the equation taken into account comes from a model, developed by Rudolf Peierls and Frank Nabarro, that describes the edge dislocation of atoms in (...)


December 2018

Monday 03 
Held over 5 days, AMSI BioInfoSummer is a key training event in Australia, that allows attendees to develop their bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability, and nurtures the collaborations between the mathematics, statistics and information technology disciplines.
AMSI (...)
10:00  PUBLIC TALK  Advanced analytical work and skills needed in the corporate space : What does a corporate financial analyst do?

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This talk will look at some examples of advanced analytical work in the corporate space and the challenges operating in that environment can pose to a former academic. We’ll then look at some of the skills I believe are key to being successful as a data scientist in a commercial environment.


February 2019

Thursday 21 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Particle modelling applied to industrial and biophysical problems

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Particle methods have capabilities that particularly suit numerical simulation of complex phenomena involved in industrial and biophysical application domains. The two core methods used in this talk are DEM (Discrete Element Method) and SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics). Coupling of these (...)


April 2019

Wednesday 10 
12:30  PRESENTATION  Physics to fish with some whales on the side! Second International Indian Ocean Expedition 110°E repeat line : Prof. Lynnath Beckley presents on the monthlong voyage that will repeat the 1960s Indian Ocean investigation.

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In the 1960s, Australia made a significant contribution to the first International Indian Ocean Expedition. Now, nearly six decades later, a second Expedition is underway, and in May 2019 a multiinstitutional team of 30 oceanographers will head offshore from Fremantle with the Australian Research (...)


August 2019

Thursday 22 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Convex surfaces of constant Gauss curvature and partially free boundaries

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Consider a pair of parallel planes in and a strictly convex closed curve laying on one of the planes. Is there a convex hypersurface of constant Gauss curvature such that it is trapped between the planes, the curve is on its boundary, and the surface strikes the other plane at given constant (...)


September 2019

Friday 06 
14:00  SEMINAR  The Action Principle: From Virgil's Aeneid to Quantum Walks : Variational principles in physics break new ground

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Variational principles have proven to be surprisingly fertile in physics. The principle of stationary action originally arising out of a derivation of optics and mechanics, remains central in modern physics being applied to fluid mechanics, the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, and even (...)
16:00  SEMINAR  Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: Stephen Glasby, 4pm Sep 06 in Weatherburn LT

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Speaker: Stephen Glasby (University of Western Australia)
Title: Evaluating and estimating sums
Time and place: 4pm Friday 06 Sep 2019, Weatherburn LT
Abstract: In this expository talk I will show how "finite calculus" and hypergeometric identities can be (...)

Thursday 19 
16:00  SEMINAR  Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Mathematics and Suicide

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The Young Lives Matter Foundation (https://www.uwa.edu.au/institutes/younglivesmatter/home) aims to leverage research expertise across UWA to address the leading cause of death among 15 to 24year olds in Western Australia. The foundation will address this aim by developing improved predictors (...)


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