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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171031T160000
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SUMMARY:CARMA Colloquium\n "The commutative diagram of signal processing"\n Prof Brigitte Forster-Heinlein
LOCATION:V206, Mathematics Building
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Colloquium\nV206, Mathematics Building\n"The commutative diagram of signal processing"\nProf Brigitte Forster-Heinlein\n\nAbstract:\nWe consider variations on the commutative diagram consisting of the Fourier transform, the Sampling Theorem and the Paley-Wiener Theorem. We start from a generalization of the Paley-Wiener theorem and consider entire functions with specific growth properties along half-lines. Our main result shows that the growth exponents are directly related to the shape of the corresponding indicator diagram, e.g., its side lengths. Since many results from sampling theory are derived with the help from a more general function theoretic point of view (the most prominent example for this is the Paley-Wiener Theorem itself), we motivate that a closer examination and understanding of the Bernstein spaces and the corresponding commutative diagrams can—via a limiting process to the straight line interval [−A,A]—yield new insights into the Lp(R)-sampling theory. This is joint work with Gunter Semmler, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171030T145838
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171116T100000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171116T110000
SUMMARY:CARMA Executive Meeting
LOCATION:VG31, Mathematics Building
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Executive Meeting\nVG31, Mathematics Building\n
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171109T144619
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171117T150000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171117T160000
SUMMARY:Seminar\n "Indigenising the Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum"\n A/Prof Kathleen Butler
LOCATION:V109, Mathematics Building
DESCRIPTION:Seminar\nV109, Mathematics Building\n"Indigenising the Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum"\nA/Prof Kathleen Butler\n\nAbstract:\nOne of the most contentious areas in Indigenising Curriculum is the Maths and Sciences. This presentation considers how Maths and Statistics can provide a solid and meaningful response to the Indigenising imperative that will fulfil the two criteria of socially just education:\n\n The inclusion and success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and;\n The education of all students on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander epistemologies and ontologies\n\nSuggestions on both content areas and student recruitment, retention and success will be discussed. Examples will be based on the presenters experiences as cultural facilitators in education from Foundations to the tertiary sector.\n\nAssociate Professor Kathy Butler and Ms Tammy Small are employed in the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Education and Research at the University of Newcastle. With Professor Steve Larkin, Tammy and Kathy are currently examining ways for the University to provide cultural competency training as a whole-of-university initiative.\n\nThis presentation is to assist academics consider how to adapt programs and course content and delivery to incorporate, be mindful of and better appeal to people with Indigenous backgrounds and interests.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171114T141250
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171121T160000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171121T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Seminar\n "Adaptive and higher-order time domain boundary elements for the wave equation"\n Ernst Stephan
LOCATION:V205, Mathematics Building
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Seminar\nV205, Mathematics Building\n"Adaptive and higher-order time domain boundary elements for the wave equation"\nErnst Stephan\n\nAbstract:\nWe present $h$ and $p$-versions of the time domain boundary element method for boundary and screen problems for the wave equation in $\mathbb{R}^3$. First, graded meshes are shown to recover optimal approximation rates for solution in the presence of edge and corner singularities on screens. Then an a posteriori error estimate is presented for general discretizations, and it gives rise to adaptive mesh refinement procedures. We also discuss preliminary results for $p$ and $hp$-versions of the time domain boundary element method. Numerical experiments illustrate the theory. Joint with H. Gimperlein and D. Stark, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171115T133911
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171127T090000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171129T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Conference "Australian Algebra Conference 01"
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DESCRIPTION:CARMA Conference\n\nAustralian Algebra Conference 01\n\nCARMA is sponsoring "Australian Algebra Conference 01", to be held at UTS in November. Please visit the conference website for more information.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171031T094342
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171130T090000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171130T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Retreat
LOCATION:TBA ( Campus, The University of Newcastle)
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Retreat\nTBA( Campus, The University of Newcastle)\n\nVenue to be determined, probably off-campus.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171019T123532
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20180205T090000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20180223T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Short Course "Graph Drawing"
LOCATION:V205, Mathematics Building
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Short Course\nV205, Mathematics Building\nGraph Drawing\n\nThis course, given by Peter Eades from the University of Sydney, is about geometric representations of graphs, and algorithms that take a graph as input and produce a visualization (aka drawing) of the graph as output. We discuss the quality of such visualizations of graphs from the human perceptual point of view.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171116T114305
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20180205T090000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20180206T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Workshop "EViMS 3"
LOCATION:TBA ( Campus, The University of Newcastle)
DESCRIPTION:CARMA Workshop\nTBA( Campus, The University of Newcastle)\n\nEViMS 3\n\nDates to be confirmed. Information will be available on the workshop website.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20170117T094612
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DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20181126T090000
DTEND;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20181128T170000
SUMMARY:CARMA Seminar "CTAC 2018"
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DESCRIPTION:CARMA Seminar\n\nCTAC 2018\n\nComputational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC) 2018 will be hosted in Newcastle by CARMA from 26-28 November, 2019. This conference will focus on computational mathematics, scientific, technical and industrial applications and high-performance computing. Please visit the conference website for further information.
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DTSTAMP;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20171011T112506
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