Symmetry in Newcastle seminar is here again! The confirmed speakers for next Monday are Zoe Chatzidakis, CNRS – ENS, and Laura Ciobanu, Herriot-Watt University. Feel free to grab a beverage appropriate for your respective timezone and join us for a friendly chat during the break!
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MATRIX (Creswick) and the Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (SMRI) invite proposals for a joint Research Symposium to be held in a hybrid format (in-person/on-line) in 2021.
The Australian Mathematical Society and the Statistical Society of Australia have released a joint statement on the unequal impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the profession. This is to reinforce, and add Australian context to, the statement released by the European Women in Mathematics group.
You are invited to join us for a symposium that explores the mathematics of Fields Medallist and Breakthrough Prize winner Martin Hairer, Professor of Mathematics at Imperial College London. Professor Hairer’s colloquium ‘Taming infinities’, will be held online on Wednesday 3 February at 20:00 (Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time).
RMIT University will be hosting this (online) workshop with the aim of developing the skills of HDR students and bringing together researchers in the field. Invited research talks will cover a broad range of topics including the use of network science in transportation, biology and social media.
The Mathematical Research Institute Oberwolfach (MFO), Germany and the Australian Mathematical Research Institute MATRIX invite proposals for a tandem workshop taking place simultaneously in a hybrid format at MATRIX and MFO in the week of 5-11 September… more
This week the Australian Mathematical Society (AustMS) recognises the work of leading Australian mathematicians at its 64th Annual Meeting with its annual prizes.
The Australian Academy of Science chose the theme ‘spot the maths’ for this year’s scienceXart competition. The winners have been chosen!
A/Prof Katherine Seaton and Dr Anthony Morphett have written an article that covers important information for lecturers covering first-year uni maths next year. This is an advance release.