Australian Mathematical Society
The Australian Mathematical Society is the national society of the mathematics profession in Australia.
We promote the mathematical sciences and their applications in Australia.
We represent mathematics, and the interests of mathematics related professions, to the Australian community and government.
We commit to diversity, access and equity in all our programs and our advocacy.
Our activities reflect the wide-ranging interests of our membership.
We are professional and industrial mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries, mathematics teachers, and undergraduate and postgraduate students. Amongst us are Fields Medallists, winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science and many Fellows of the Academy of Science. All our members are passionate about mathematics!
- Informing the COVID-19 response: mathematicians’ contributions to pandemic planning and response
- Abel Prize: call for nominations
- Australian mathematicians rise to the challenge of COVID-19
- SMRI International Visitor Program (NZ only)
- Workshop on the Intersections of Computation and Optimisations
- Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine course on disease modelling
- Lecturer in Mathematics
- PhD opportunity in multi-scale models in immuno-epidemiology
- Members are encouraged to nominate for the Australian Mathematical Society’s Teaching Excellence Awards
- Applications for the 2021 Alf van der Poorten Travelling Fellowship now close on 16th June (closing date has been extended).
Benefits of membership
Vitally, your membership ensures that Australia has a strong, diverse mathematical sciences base. Together we maintain and develop the teaching of mathematical sciences at all levels, build Australia’s research capacity, and support the mathematical sciences infrastructure for the sciences, engineering and industry. Our Special Interest Groups create various research communities and our committees encourage grass-roots involvement by motivated members. Our vibrant Women In Mathematics Special Interest Group pursues an exciting and crucial agenda. Personal Benefits of membership include:
- reduced registration fees at the events sponsored by the Society
- access to student support for event attendance
- access to the Society’s Early Career Researcher programs
- access to our conference organisers grants scheme
- reduced subscription rates to our journals
- eligibility to apply for Fellowship or other accreditations
- reduced reciprocal membership of affiliated international societies
- eligibility for our prizes and personal grants