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Want to stay abreast of developments in the field of theoretical physics and broader science? Here you can access the content of some of our past events and presentations delivered by members of the theoretical physics community and other leaders in science.

Below are the past events this year. Please click if you wish to view the events hosted in 2020 and 2021 as well as our past mini-schools.

Symposium on Biodiversity Informatics in South Africa

Symposium on Biodiversity Informatics in South Africa
Venue: Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (STIAS)
28-30 November 2022

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Dr Liam Baker and Phil Labuschagne

NITheCS Colloquium
Mathematical Contests in South Africa, Africa and the World

Dr Liam Baker (Stellenbosch University) and Phil Labuschagne (JIMCOBSA)
28 November 2022

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Prof Martin Bucher & Dr Japie Greeff

NITheCS Mini-school
‘Phylogenetic Inference and Machine Learning’

Prof Martin Bucher (CNRS, France) and Dr Japie Greeff (North-West University)
2, 9, 16 & 23 November 2022

ABSTRACT

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Lecture 1 (2 November)
Lecture 2 (9 November) | Notes
Lecture 3 (16 November)
Lecture 4 (23 November)

Spring School 2022

Spring School on Theoretical and Computational Foundations of Quantum Technologies
Venue: Alpine Heath Resort, Northern Drakensburg
Date: 21-25 November 2022

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Prof Guy Midgley

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Goldilocks molecules in the Anthropocene’

Prof Guy Midgley (Stellenbosch University)
21 November 2022
This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

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NITheCS Bursary Holders Workshop 2022

NITheCS Bursary Holders Workshop
Workshop for all NITheCS bursary holders
Venue: Online
15 November 2022

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NITheCS Associates Workshop

NITheCS Associates’ Workshop

GAUTENG: University of the Witwatersrand | 25 November
KWAZULU-NATAL: University of KwaZulu-Natal  |  18 November
WESTERN CAPE: Stellenbosch University  |  11 November

Software Carpentry Workshop

Software Carpentry Workshop
‘Shell, Git, Plotting and Programming in Python’

The Carpentries
14-18 November 2022 @ 08h30–13h00 SAST

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Prof Emil Roduner

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The origin of irreversibility in thermodynamic processes – or is ‘memory’ a new parameter for the physical state of matter?’

Prof Emil Roduner (University of Stuttgart and University of Pretoria)
14 November 2022

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Prof Sandro Scandolo

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development: a Global Perspective and a Year of Celebrations’

Prof Sandro Scandolo (Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy)
7 November 2022
This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

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Fundamano

Fundamano
‘Explore the secrets of understanding mathematics’ – a first-of-its-kind theatrical production

Venue: Drostdy Theatre, Stellenbosch
Date: 4 November 2022
Ticket price: R100 pp

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Prof Armita Nourmohammad

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Learning the shape of the immune and protein universe’

Prof Armita Nourmohammad (University of Washington, USA)

Venue: Room 114 in the Physics building, University of the Witwatersrand, and online
2 November 2022

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Prof Erik Aurell & Prof Luca Gammaitoni

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Fluctuation Relations’

Prof Erik Aurell (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm)

‘Why it is difficult to find something if you do not know what you are looking for’
Prof Luca Gammaitoni (Università di Perugia, Italy)

Venue: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Physics Building, Westville Campus, University of KwaZulu-Natal and online
1 November 2022

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Prof Mogens Hogh Jensen & Prof Angelo Vulpiani

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Complexity in science’

Prof Mogens Hogh Jensen (University of Copenhagen)

‘Predicting the future: An old problem from a modern perspective’
Prof Angelo Vulpiani (University of Rome)

Venue: Senate Chamber, Westville Campus, University of KwaZulu-Natal and online
31 October 2022

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Prof Neil Turok & Prof Armita Nourmohammad

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Universe’

Prof Neil Turok (University of Edinburgh)

‘Learning the shape of the protein universe’
Prof Armita Nourmohammad (University of Washington)

Venue: 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Physics Building, Westville Campus, University of KwaZulu-Natal and online
31 October 2022

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Dr Laure Gouba

NITheCS Mini-school
‘Green’s Functions for Ordinary Differential Equations’

Dr Laure Gouba (ICTP, Trieste, Italy)
5, 12, 19 & 26 October 2022

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VIEW
Lecture 1 (5 October) | Presentation | Notes
Lecture 2 (12 October)  |  Preliminaries  |  Notes
Lecture 3 (19 October)  | Presentation | Notes
Lecture 4 (26 October)  |  Presentation Notes

Prof Sir Michael Berry

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘How Quantum Physics Democratised Music: A Meditation on Physics and Technology’

Prof Sir Michael Berry (Bristol University)
Venue: Lecture Hall 3010, Jan Mouton Building, Stellenbosch University and online
24 October 2022

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Prof Deshen Moodley

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Artificial Intelligence for sustainable development – A systems perspective’

Prof Deshen Moodley (University of Cape Town)
24 October 2022
This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

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Thifhelimbilu Daphney Bucher & Neil Turok

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Rise and Take Your Position’

Dr Thifhelimbilu Daphney Bucher (Cape Peninsula University of Technology)

‘Universe’
Prof Neil Turok (University of Edinburgh)

Venue: Auditorium, Inkanyezi Building, South Campus, Nelson Mandela University and online
21 October 2022

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Prof Francesco Petruccione

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Entanglement: From Theory to Quantum Computers’

Prof Francesco Petruccione (Stellenbosch University and Interim Director of NITheCS)
Venue: Main Building, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), 6 Melrose Road, Muizenberg and online
21 October 2022

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Prof Erik Aurell

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘The Mystery of Black Hole Entropy’

Prof Erik Aurell (Royal Institute of Technology at Stockholm (KTH))
Venue: Stellenbosch University and online
20 October 2022

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Prof Viatcheslav Mukhanov

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘The Quantum Universe’

Prof Viatcheslav Mukhanov (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität)
Venue: University of Cape Town and online
20 October 2022

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Prof Yin-Zhe Ma

NOBEL IN AFRICA – A STIAS INITIATIVE – NOBEL SYMPOSIA SERIES
‘Cosmology: A Golden Era’

Prof Yin-Zhe Ma (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Venue: University of the Western Cape and online
18 October 2022
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Dr Uljana Hesse

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The Rooibos Genomics Program ’

Dr Uljana Hesse (University of the Western Cape)
17 October 2022

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Dr Marco Mariola

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Africhino: Open-hardware for Teaching and Learning’

Dr Marco Mariola (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
10 October 2022

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Dr Henri Laurie

NITheCS Mini-school
‘The Julia language: easy, generic, fast (but no free lunch)’

Dr Henri Laurie (previously from the University of Cape Town)
7, 14 & 21 Sept and 4 Oct 2022

ABSTRACT

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Lecture 1 (7 September)  | Slides | Resources
Lecture 2 (14 September)
Lecture 3 (21 September)
Lecture 4 (4 October)

Prof Hugh Patterton

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Bioinformatics – a personal journey’

Prof Hugh Patterton (University of Stellenbosch)
3 October 2022

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RSE@SUN Workshop

RSE@SUN Workshop
‘The Internet of Things (the ‘five senses of the Internet’)’
Dr Jannetta Steyn (Newcastle University, UK)
27 & 28 September 2022, 09h00–15h00 SAST
This free workshop is only open to those who have a Stellenbosch University Microsoft account

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Dr Adriana Marais

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Extreme environment economics’

Dr Adriana Marais (Foundation for Space Development Africa)
26 September 2022

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Prof Ilya Sinayskiy

NITheCS and Stellenbosch University Department of Physics Colloquium
‘Quantum Simulation of Open Quantum Systems ’

Prof Ilya Sinayskiy (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
23 September 2022

Attend online or in-person
Venue: Lecture Hall Delta (1011), Merensky Building (Physics Department), Stellenbosch University

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Prof Stefan Lotz

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Knowledge Discovery in Time Series Data’

Prof Stefan Lotz (North-West University & SANSA)
19 September 2022

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NITheCS panel discussion 12 September 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
Panel discussion: ‘Strengthening Education and Scientific Training in the Basic Sciences’

David Holgate (UWC), Will Horowitz (UCT), Eder Kikianty (UP), Miek Messerschmidt (UP), Loyiso Nongxa (WITS) and Francesco Petruccione (SU)
This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

12 September 2022

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Prof Yin-Zhe Ma

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Using South Africa’s MeerKAT to constrain Axion dark matter’

Prof Yin-Zhe Ma (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
5 September 2022

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NITheCS mini-school presented by Amartya Goswami and Zurab Janelidze

NITheCS Mini-school
‘Elementary Introduction to Set Theory’

Dr Amartya Goswami (UJ) and Prof Zurab Janelidze (SU)
2, 16, 23 & 30 August 2022

ABSTRACT

Lecture 1 (2 August)
Lecture 2 (16 August)
Lecture 3 (23 August)
Lecture 4 (30 August)

Jeff Murugan

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The Mathematical Physics of Quantum Batteries’

Prof Jeff Murugan (University of Cape Town)
29 August 2022

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Career Fest 2022

Career Fest 2022
Online event to inform high school students about various careers and vocations.
27 August 2022

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Prof Francesco Petruccione

Scientific Seminar Series
‘Bad vibrations: Quantum tunnelling and SARS‐CoV‐2 infections’

Prof Francesco Petruccione (University of Stellenbosch)
24 August 2022

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NITheCS Colloquium Womens Month panel discussion

NITheCS Colloquium
Panel discussion: ‘Strengthening the presence and visibility of women’

This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development
Panellists: Prof Sarah Blyth (UCT), Dr Mary-Jane Bopape (SAEON), Prof Himla Soodyall (ASSAf) and Prof Özlem Tastan Bishop (RU)
22 August 2022

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Prof Julian May

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Big data, blockchain and biltong: opportunities for data science in food system analysis’

Prof Julian D. May (University of the Western Cape)
15 August 2022

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Prof Martin Bucher

Colloquium, co-hosted by NITheCS and the Department of Physics, Stellenbosch University
‘Mapping the Initial Conditions of the Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background’

Prof Martin Bucher (Université Paris Cité/CNRS, Paris, France & NITheCS)

12 August 2022

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Data Carpentry Geonomics Workshop

Carpentries Workshop
‘Data Carpentry (Genomics) workshop’

1–5 August 2022

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Dr Martin Weigt

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Generalised B-algebras with applications to quantum mechanics’

Dr Martin Weigt (Nelson Mandela University)
1 August 2022

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Ian Joel David

NITheCS Mini-school
‘A Practical Introduction to Quantum Computing with Qiskit’

Ian Joel David (UKZN)
6, 13, 20 & 27 July 2022

ABSTRACT

Lecture 1 (6 July)
Lecture 2 (13 July)
Lecture 3 (20 July)
Lecture 4 (27 July)

NITheCS Internship Programme Q&A

NITheCS Internship Programme – Information Session
‘Q&A regarding the NITheCS Internship Programme’

Prof Francesco Petruccione (NITheCS)
22 & 27 July 2022

Prof Francois Engelbrecht, presenter of NITheCS colloquium

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The dawn of exascale computing in the climate sciences’

This event aligns with a topic of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development
Prof Francois Engelbrecht (Global Change Institute, University of the Witwatersrand)
25 July 2022

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Prof Roger Deane

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The shadow of the supermassive black hole in the centre of our Milky Way’

Prof Roger Deane (University of the Witwatersrand)
18 July 2022

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Dr Carsten Blank, speaker at the NITheCS colloquium on 11 July 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘A compact quantum distance-based binary classifier – how entanglement is a resource’

Dr Carsten Blank (Dr @data cybernetics ssc GmbH)
11 July 2022

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Teacher Training Session_2022

Teacher Training Session
‘Assessing student learning by applying or incorporating different classroom techniques’

Dr Cerene Rathilal (University of Johannesburg)
6 July 2022

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IYBSSD2022

NITheCS Panel Discussion

The importance and impact of the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ for South Africa
4 July 2022

Panellists:
• Zurab Janelidze (SU)
• Mark Nasila (FNB)
• Francesco Petruccione (NITheCS)
• Happy Sithole (CHPC)
• Anwar Vahed (NICIS/UWC)

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Pratik Nandy

NITheCS Webinar
‘Recent progress on Krylov complexity’’

Pratik Nandy (Centre for High Energy Physics, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India)
24 June & 1 July 2022

ABSTRACT
VIEW PART 1  |  VIEW PART 2

Dr Mawande Lushozi

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Physics of the Fragmentation Region: Nuclear Compression, Baryon Stopping, and Coloured Glass’

Dr Mawande Lushozi (University of Cape Town)
27 June 2022

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Prof Sahal Yacoob

NITheCS Colloquium
‘A W-Boson by Any Other Mass’

Prof Sahal Yacoob (University of Cape Town)
20 June 2022

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Dr Lorene Jeantet

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Deep learning: computer science for wildlife monitoring’

Dr Lorène Jeantet (African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – AIMS)
13 June 2022

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Dr Kim Martin, speaker at the NITheCS colloquium on 6 June 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Research Software Engineering (RSE) as a component of a healthy academic ecosystem’

Dr Kim Martin (Stellenbosch University)
6 June 2022

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Carpentries instructor training

Carpentries Instructor Training
‘This is the first step towards certifying and participating as a Carpentries Instructor’

The Carpentries
1–3 June 2022

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Math School for Grade 12 maths revision

Math School
Free online math revision lessons for Grade 12 students

Dr Cerene Rathilal (UJ)

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Isabella Ramalla is the speaker at the NITheCS colloquium on 30 May 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Compact Radio Sources in the 1.28 GHz MeerKAT Galactic Center Mosaic’

Isabella Rammala (Rhodes University)
30 May 2022

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Mark Fingerhuth, speaker at NITheCS webinar

NITheCS Webinar
‘Learning Curves of Quantum Kernel Machines’

Mark Fingerhuth (Co-founder and Head of R&D ProteinQure Inc)
27 May 2022

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NITheCS Mini-school with Kingsley Obodo and Cecil Ouma

NITheCS Mini-school
‘Quantum ESPRESSO’

Dr Kingsley Obodo (North-West University) and Dr Cecil Ouma (Next-Einstein forum fellow)
11, 18 and 25 May 2022

ABSTRACT

Lecture 1 (11 May)  |  Presenters’ notes
Lecture 2 (18 May)  |  Presenters’ notes
Lecture 3 (25 May)  |  Presenters’ notes

Prof Mark Solms - speaker at the NITheCS colloquium on 23 May 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘A new approach to the hard problem of consciousness’

Prof Mark Solms (UCT)
23 May 2022

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Prof Andrew Forbes

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Quantum-like classical light’

Prof Andrew Forbes (WITS)
16 May 2022

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FameLab

FameLab competition
The search is on for the next ‘Science Pop Idol’
10 and 11 May 2022; 09h00 – 15h00 SAST

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Dr Bruce Bartlett

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The geometry of the classical and quantum 6j symbols’

Dr Bruce Bartlett (Stellenbosch University)
9 May 2022

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Software Carpentry workshop sponsored by NITheCS

Software Carpentry workshop
Learn basic research computing skills in this hands-on workshop

The Carpentries
3–6 May 2022 

ABSTRACT

Prof Devis Tuia, speaker at NITheCS colloquium on 25 April 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Machine learning supporting ecology, supporting machine learning’

Prof Devis Tuia (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
25 April 2022

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Dr Krishna Govender CIPC presents NITheCS April Mini-school

NITheCS Mini-school
‘An introduction to computer aided drug design’
Dr Krishna Govender (Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC))
6, 13 & 20 April 2022

ABSTRACT

Lecture 1 (6 April) | Presenter’s notes
Lecture 2 (13 April)
Lecture 3 (20 April)

World Quantum Day - panel discussion

World Quantum Day: panel discussion
‘Fulfilling our quantum ambitions: Research and technology efforts in quantum in SA and the UK’

  • Prof Sir Peter Knight (Emeritus Professor at Imperial College, UK)
  • Prof Francesco Petruccione (Head of Quantum Research Group, UKZN)
  • Wenmiao Yu (Cofounder of Quantum Dice, UK)

Hosted by Dr Yaseera Ismail (Quantum Research Group, UKZN, 2018 Optica Ambassador) and Dr Najwa Sidqi (IUK KTN)

14 April 2022

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Prof Barry Sanders, speaker at NITheCS webinar

NITheCS Webinar
‘Observing a changing Hilbert-space inner product’

Prof Barry Sanders (University of Calgary, Canada)
14 April 2022

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Dr R Srikanth, speaker at the NITheCS colloquium on 11 April 2022

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Counterfactual security of quantum key distribution’

Dr R. Srikanth (Poornaprajna Institute of Scientific Research (PPISR), Bengaluru, India)
11 April 2022

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NITheCS Quantum@School programme for World Quantum Day

NITheCS Webinar
‘What is Quantum?’

Quantum@School event to celebrate World Quantum Day 2022
9 April 2022

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Prof Hans Roosenschoon to talk at NITheCS colloquium

NITheCS Colloquium
‘The man who (unknowingly) mistook his music for mathematics’

Emeritus Professor Hans Roosenschoon (Stellenbosch University)
4 April 2022

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Matthias Caro - speaker at QML Meetup

QML Meetup
‘Generalisation guarantees for variational quantum machine learning’

Matthias Caro (doctoral candidate at the Mathematics Department of the Technical University of Munich, Germany)
31 March 2022

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Dr Fabio Anza

‘Geometric Quantum Mechanics of finite-dimensional systems’
Dr Fabio Anzà (Research Assistant Professor, InQubator for Quantum Simulations, University of Washington & Templeton Research Fellow, University of California, Davis)
9, 16, 23 & 30 March 2022

ABSTRACT

Lecture 1 (9 March)
Lecture 2 (16 March)
Lecture 3 (23 March)
Lecture 4 (30 March)

Prof Jacek Banasiak

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Fads and fallacies of mathematical modelling and applications of mathematics’

Prof Jacek Banasiak (University of Pretoria)
28 March 2022

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Lia Lautenbacher, speaker at NITheCS Webinar on 25 March 2022

NITheCS Webinar
‘Approximating Invertible Maps by Recovery Channels: Optimality and an Application to Non-Markovian Dynamics’

Lea Lautenbacher (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil, and University of Ulm, Germany)
25 March 2022

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International Day of Mathematics

International Day of Mathematics (IDM): Webinar
An online programme for high school and undergraduate students to celebrate the IDM. This was supported by a Photo Challenge to grow awareness of Mathematics.
19 March 2022

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Prof Jonathan Shock

NITheCS Colloquium
‘A guided tour through the landscape of reinforcement learning’’

Prof Jonathan Shock (UCT)
Monday, 14 March 2022 @ 16h00

ABSTRACT
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NITheCS Math School for Grade 12s

Math School
Term 1 revision for Grade 12s

Friday, 4 and 11 March 2022 @ 18h00

ABSTRACT
VIEW PRESENTER’S NOTES

Dr Cerene Rathilal

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Pointfree Topology: some results on the Wallman compactification in frames’

Dr Cerene Rathilal (UJ)
Monday, 7 March 2022 @ 16h00

ABSTRACT
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Dr Eder Kikianty

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Mathematics of South Africa’

Dr Eder Kikianty (University of Pretoria)
Monday, 28 February 2022 @ 16h00

ABSTRACT
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CHPC-NITheCS-Summer-School-2022

CHPC NITheCS 2022 Summer School
“The 12th CHPC Introductory Programming School
and
The 4th NITheCS Summer School on the Foundations of Theoretical and Computational Science”

31 January – 25 February 2022
Application deadline: 31 December 2021

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Prof Anna Scaife

NITheCS Colloquium
‘AI in the SKA Era: Challenges for recovering well-calibrated uncertainties from Bayesian Deep-learning’

Prof Anna Scaife (University of Manchester)
Monday, 21 February 2022 @ 16h00

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Prof Frans Pretorius

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Gravitational wave astrophysics: a status report’

Prof Frans Pretorius (Princeton University)
Monday, 14 February 2022 @ 17h00

ABSTRACT
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Prof Zurab Janelidze

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Noetherian information systems’

Prof Zurab Janelidze (SU)
Monday, 7 February 2022 @ 16h00

ABSTRACT
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Antal Száva, speaker at QML meetup

QML Meetup
‘Using PennyLane for Quantum Differentiable Programming’

Antal Száva (quantum software developer, Xanadu)
4 February 2022

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Dr Samuel A. Egieyeh (School of Pharmacy, UWC)

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Two intermittently linked aspects of modern computational drug discovery: allostery and missense mutations’

Prof Özlem Taştan Bishop (RU)
Monday, 31 January 2022 @ 16h00

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Dr Samuel A. Egieyeh (School of Pharmacy, UWC)

NITheCS Colloquium
‘Bioinformatic, Chemoinformatic and Data Analytic Strategies for Drug Discovery and Development’

Dr Samuel A. Egieyeh (School of Pharmacy, UWC)
Monday, 24 January 2022 @ 16h00

ABSTRACT
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Mo Kordzanganeh

NITheCS Webinar
‘Quantum Machine Learning for Radio Astronomy’

Mo Kordzanganeh (University of Manchester)
21 January 2022 @ 14h00

ABSTRACT
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