The following is a list of meetings and lectures that we are aware of in the Australian region, or which may be of special interest to Australian mathematicians.

A more comprehensive list of meetings and events hosted by branches and special interest groups of ANZIAM is available.JUN242020

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Wed, June 24, 2020, 7:00 am – 8:00 amLocation: Zoom

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Many high quality online optimisation seminars have come to life recently. This is a positive by-product of the current unfortunate epidemiological situation. The series focuses on Variational Analysis, a key research interest for many Australian mathematicians. However, we are not going to erect walls and are happy to consider both variational analysis and mathematical optimisation broadly.

Date & Time: Wednesday 24 June; 17:00–18:00 AEST
Speaker: Marco A. López-Cerdá (Univ. Alicante, Spain)
TitleOptimality conditions in convex semi-infinite optimization. An approach based on the subdifferential of the supremum function


For more information and to register, please visit http://www.mocao.org/va-webinar/.

Since the organisers reside in Australia, our targeted time zones are different from those covered by the existing online optimisation seminars: afternoon in Australia, New Zealand and most of Asia, and morning in Europe.

17:00 AEST =

  • 15:00 in China
  • 14:00 in Vietnam
  • 10:00 in Israel
  • 9:00 in most of Europe.

We apologise to our colleagues in North and South America.

Organisers

  • Hoa Bui (Curtin Univ.)
  • Minh Dao (Univ. NSW)
  • Alex Kruger (Federation Univ.)
  • Vera Roshchina (Univ. NSW)
  • Matthew Tam (Univ. Melbourne)

More information …JUL82020

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Wed, July 8, 2020, 7:00 am – 8:00 amLocation: Zoom

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Many high quality online optimisation seminars have come to life recently. This is a positive by-product of the current unfortunate epidemiological situation. The series focuses on Variational Analysis, a key research interest for many Australian mathematicians. However, we are not going to erect walls and are happy to consider both variational analysis and mathematical optimisation broadly.

Date & Time: Wednesday 24 June; 17:00–18:00 AEST
Speaker: Hoa Bui (Curtin Univ.)
TitleTBA


For more information and to register, please visit http://www.mocao.org/va-webinar/.

Since the organisers reside in Australia, our targeted time zones are different from those covered by the existing online optimisation seminars: afternoon in Australia, New Zealand and most of Asia, and morning in Europe.

17:00 AEST =

  • 15:00 in China
  • 14:00 in Vietnam
  • 10:00 in Israel
  • 9:00 in most of Europe.

We apologise to our colleagues in North and South America.

Organisers

  • Hoa Bui (Curtin Univ.)
  • Minh Dao (Univ. NSW)
  • Alex Kruger (Federation Univ.)
  • Vera Roshchina (Univ. NSW)
  • Matthew Tam (Univ. Melbourne)

More information …JUL152020

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Wed, July 15, 2020, 7:00 am – 8:00 amLocation: Zoom

Variational Analysis and Optimisation Webinar

Many high quality online optimisation seminars have come to life recently. This is a positive by-product of the current unfortunate epidemiological situation. The series focuses on Variational Analysis, a key research interest for many Australian mathematicians. However, we are not going to erect walls and are happy to consider both variational analysis and mathematical optimisation broadly.

Date & Time: Wednesday 15 July; 17:00–18:00 AEST
Speaker: James Saunderson (Monash Univ.)
TitleTBA


For more information and to register, please visit http://www.mocao.org/va-webinar/.

Since the organisers reside in Australia, our targeted time zones are different from those covered by the existing online optimisation seminars: afternoon in Australia, New Zealand and most of Asia, and morning in Europe.

17:00 AEST =

  • 15:00 in China
  • 14:00 in Vietnam
  • 10:00 in Israel
  • 9:00 in most of Europe.

We apologise to our colleagues in North and South America.

Organisers

  • Hoa Bui (Curtin Univ.)
  • Minh Dao (Univ. NSW)
  • Alex Kruger (Federation Univ.)
  • Vera Roshchina (Univ. NSW)
  • Matthew Tam (Univ. Melbourne)