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Plenary Lectures

The success of PRIMA2009 was due in part to the high quality of the Plenary Lectures. We are very pleased to be able to provide videos of these lectures via UNSWTV and YouTube. Links to the individual lectures, their abstracts and slides are below.



Title and Speaker Links Video
Impact of cumulative emissions of carbon dioxide: the trillionth tonne
Myles Allen
University of Oxford
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Linearity in the tropics
Federico Ardila
San Francisco & Los Andes
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Lagrangian Floer homology and mirror symmetry
Kenji Fukaya
Kyoto University
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
On fourth order PDEs modeling electrostatic Micro-ElectroMechanical Systems
Nassif Ghoussoub
University of British Columbia
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Perfect crystals for quantum affine algebras and combinatorics of Young walls
Seok-Jin Kang
Seoul National University
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Categorical crepant resolutions of simple singularities
Yujiro Kawamata
University of Tokyo
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Law of large number and central limit theorem under uncertainty, the related new Ito's calculus and applications to risk measures
Shige Peng
Shandong University
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Discrete stochastic simulation of spatially inhomogeneous biochemical systems
Linda Petzold
UC Santa Barbara
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Regular permutation groups and Cayley graphs
Cheryl Praeger
University of Western Australia
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Conformal invariance and universality in the 2D Ising model
Stanislav Smirnov
University of Geneva
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
YouTube
Geometry and analysis of low dimensional manifolds
Gang Tian
Princeton University and Peking University
Abstract UNSWTV
YouTube
Cloaking and transformation optics
Gunther Uhlmann
University of Washington
Abstract
Slides
UNSWTV
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