The next talk in the CARMA Special Semester in Computation and Visualisation seminar series will be given by Michael Assis
Michael Assis will discuss the various completed, ongoing and planned mathematics visualisation projects within CARMA’s SeeLab visualisation laboratory.
Michael Assis was awarded a PhD in Statistical Mechanics at Stony Brook University in 2014, and then took a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Melbourne. In 2017 he held a computational mathematics postdoctoral position within CARMA, and earlier this year he worked to develop CARMA’s Seelab mathematics visualisation laboratory together with David Allingham.
Host University: The University of Newcastle
Seminar Convener: Dr Michael Assis
How to participate in this seminar
1. Book your University’s Access Grid Room, or a university or APAC etc. Access Grid Room that you are able to use, and
2. Send an email to the seminar convener at the University of Newcastle (Michael Assis) to advise that you will be attending the seminar.