Items with category:Seminars

Maths Seminar Series: Radko Mesiar, STU in Bratislava – Aggregation functions: recent results and trends, links to fuzzy set theory

Friday 14 February 2020 – 11:00am – 12:00pm The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Radko Mesiar from STU in Bratislava to present his research (part of a double seminar). Abstract We bring an overview of some recent new concepts, results and trends in the aggregation theory. In particular, we focus on monotonicity issues in aggregation, including […]

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Maths Seminar Series: Nadia Sukhorukova, Swinburne University of Technology – Optimisation in Real-Life Applications: Sleep and Disaster Management

Thursday 24 October, 2019 The Mathematics Research Lab welcomes Nadia Sukhorukova to present her research. Abstract In this presentation, Dr. Sukhorukova will talk about two large research projects. The 􏰙irst project is application of optimisation to biomedical signal processing and classi􏰙ication (done together with Dr. Zahra Roshan Zamir, graduated in December 2016). In this project […]

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Maths Seminar Series: Hoa Bui Tui, Federation University – On Fréchet Subdifferential Calculus with Applications to Nonsmooth and Nonconvex Optimization

Thursday 12 September 2019, 2.00pm – 3.00pm The Maths Research Lab welcomes Hoa Bui Tui to present her research. Abstract Most of optimization problems and many fundamental objects frequently appearing in the framework of variational analysis are non-smooth and non-convex. When dealing with non-smoothness, generalized subdifferential calculus becomes inevitably crucial. In this talk, we brie􏰙ly […]

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