Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC2022), 29 November to 2 December 2022, QUT (Brisbane)

The 21st Biennial Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC2022) will be held at QUT in Brisbane from 29 November to 2 December 2022.

The conference website is:  Registrations will open soon.

CTAC is organised by the special interest group in computational techniques and applications of ANZIAM, the Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Division of the Australian Mathematical Society.

The meetings provide an interactive forum for researchers interested in the development and use of computational methods applied to engineering, scientific and other problems. The CTAC meetings have been taking place biennially since 1981, the most recent being held online in 2020 at the University of New South Wales.

Please contact with any questions or comments related to the conference.

See the information about this event in the AustMS events calendar.

Indigenizing University Mathematics 2: Indigenous Perspectives on Maths and Applications

“Indigenizing University Mathematics 2: Indigenous Perspectives on Maths and Applications” will run online this year with some face-to-face components, hosted by First Nations University 28 November – 1 December 2022 Canadian dates.  This will be 29 November – 1 December in Australia, mostly in the mornings, with some possible face to face components in Newcastle.  The workshop will build upon IUM1. For more information and registration see the events section.

Note that there was a change of dates.

Symmetry in Newcastle, 1 July 2022

Symmetry in Newcastle seminar is here again! If you like groups acting trees, then this Friday is your lucky day because the confirmed speakers for this Friday are Claudio Bravo, University of Chile, Matt Conder, University of Auckland, and George Willis, University of Newcastle. We will be meeting in room W202 on Callaghan campus, but fear not – you can still join us via zoom! Feel free to grab a beverage appropriate for your respective timezone and join us for a friendly chat during the morning tea!

The zoom link is

For more information and schedule see the AustMS events page.

Azat Miftakhov Days Against the War July 5-6, 2022

The Azat Miftakhov Days Against the War will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday July 5-6, 2022, in solidarity with Azat Miftakhov, a mathematics graduate student from the Moscow State University who has been arbitrarily imprisoned by Russian state authorities since February 2019.

This event is sponsored by the French (SMF and SMAI), European, Belgian and Catalan Mathematical Societies. It is also announced by the American Mathematical Society and the London Mathematical Society.

Registration is mandatory by filling out the form here.

Please visit the site of Azat Miftakhov Days Against the War event for more information and registration.

ICM2022 Down Under @SMRI, 6–8 July 2022

Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (SMRI) Sydney, 6–8 July 2022, register here:

The official International Congress of Mathematics 2022 will now take place as a virtual event. Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (SMRI) will attempt to create some of the usual spirit of the ICM.

The local event will feature talks by the Australia based invited speakers, presentations on the work of the Fields medallists, and interactive streaming of plenary and special session talks selected by the participants of ICM2022 Down Under.

Live talks will be given by Regina Burachik (University of South Australia, Section 16 – Control Theory and Optimisation) and George Willis (University of Newcastle, Section 2 – Algebra).

The ICM Down Under will conclude with a twilight talk by SMRI Director Geordie Williamson on Friday evening (8 July 20:00 AEST). The talk will be recorded and broadcasted by the London Mathematical Society (virtual ICM public lecture, 8 July 12:00 BST).

For further information and registration, please visit:

The IMU Awards Ceremony, Prize Winners’ Lectures and ICM 2022

On 5 July 2022, the International Mathematical Union (IMU) prizes – Fields Medals, IMU Abacus Medal, Chern Medal Award, Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize and Leelavati Prize – will be announced at an award ceremony, which will be held live in Helsinki, Finland at Aalto University (Runeberginkatu 14–16, Aalto Töölö, 00100 Helsinki).  Note that the IMU Abacus Medal replaces the Nevanlinna prize.  A limited number of places are available for those who wish to attend the ceremony in person. But registration is required. A live stream of the award ceremony and further details on the event can be found here:

On 6 July 2022, the 2022 Fields Medallists and IMU Abacus Medallist will give their prize winner lectures live at Aalto University. Admission to the lectures will be open to all who wish to attend. The lectures will also be streamed live via the virtual ICM 2022 platform. This requires registration for the ICM 2022.

Participation in the virtual ICM is free of charge but access requires registration. Anyone who wishes to register but hasn’t done so yet should do it very soon. See further information on registration and the schedule of the ICM here:

The ICM 2022 talks will take place between 0900 and 1800 Central European Summer Time (UTC+2).