(This is a guest post by Dr Joel Miller, introducing a miniseries of articles/essays by Australian mathematicians involved in the pandemic response) Mathematics plays an integral role in our daily… more
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The AITHM is running a short course on infectious disease modelling. Please circulate the below information and attached flyer to your networks, for any interested students and other parties. What:… more
The Society has a series of regular awards to support women mathematicians. Two of these are the Cheryl Praeger Travel Award and the Maryam Mirzakhani Award. The most recent awardees are as follows.
Integrable Systems in Geometry and Mathematical Physics (online, 28 June to 2 July 2021) The conference is in memory of Boris Dubrovin (1950 – 2019), whose activity in the past forty years has been a driving force and a reference beacon for many researchers in Mathematical Physics and Geometry.
The 2020 conference “The Mathematics of Conformal Field Theory II” was postponed due to the pandemic. We are happy to announce that it has now been approved to go ahead at the… more
As part of the upcoming International Women in Mathematics day celebrations in May, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) is proud to present a free virtual public lecture with mathematician, musician and author Dr Eugenia Cheng.
We are very excited to announce the Women in Mathematics Day to be held on Thursday 13th of May in Western Sydney University starting at 3:30pm both in person and via Zoom. The day is around the Maryam Mirzakhani birthday, who was the first ever woman who won the Fields medal.
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!
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.