Two seminars tomorrow and plans for next week

Dear Optimisation Group Members,

Please note two optimisation talks at RMIT tomorrow (Friday 8 September):
11:30am in 80.10.017: Tias Guns on Pattern mining using constraint programming (CSIT Seminar)
3:00pm in 8.9.66: Walter Kozlowski on Common fixed points of semigroups of monotone nonexpansive nonlinear mappings in Banach spaces (RMITOpt meeting).

Here is our full schedule:
Friday 8 September 3:00pm: Dr Walter Kozlowski, Common fixed points of semigroups of monotone nonexpansive nonlinear mappings in Banach spaces.
Monday 11 September 2:00pm: Reading Group on Gröbner bases
Monday 11 September 3:30pm: Continuation of IMO2017 problems session in AGR 8.9.66 (coordinated by Ben Haire).
Thursday 14 September 6:00pm: Alex Rubinov Memorial Oration (at Federation University Australia, Ballarat).
Friday 15 September 3:00pm: Graham Clarke, Semigroup Extensions and their Cayley Graphs (Information Security).
Monday 18 September 3:30pm: Computational algebraic geometry with Maple (coordinated by Prof. Bill Blyth), AGR 8.9.66
Friday 22 September 3:00pm: Stephen Davis (Biomodelling).

Also note the Seminar on Future Travel at Swinburne on 12 September.

Please note that the Information Security group has moved to their own page, https://sites.rmit.edu.au/information-security-seminars/. Please check this page for Information Security seminars and activities. We can not guarantee to capture all their updates in our newsletters.

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