Applications close for the Maryam Mirzakhani Award

Maryam Mirzakhani (1977–2017) was an Iranian mathematician and a professor at Stanford University. In 2014 she became the first female recipient of the prestigious Fields Medal. She passed away much too soon but her achievements live on and continue to inspire many. The Maryam Mirzakhani Award has been established to honour her work as well as her... more

Applications close for the Cheryl E. Praeger travel and Anne Penfold Street awards. (1 April)

The AustMS WIMSIG Cheryl E. Praeger Travel Awards are designed to provide full or partial support for Australian women, trans and gender-diverse mathematicians to attend conferences or to visit collaborators.  The Awards are named after Professor Cheryl E. Praeger AM FAA, in recognition of her contributions to supporting and encouraging women in mathematics. The AustMS WIMSIG Anne Penfold Street Awards provide additional financial support to... more

Women in Mathematics Day at Western Sydney Univ.

Western Sydney University Parramatta

Western Sydney University's Women in Mathematics Day will be held on the 12th of May to celebrate the achievements and contributions of women in Mathematics.  This hybrid online and in person event consists of several invited talks given by Cheryl Praeger (Western Australia), Natalie Thamwattana (Newcastle) and Susan Wei (Melbourne) as well as a panel... more

AMSI-MSRI Winter School Public Lecture: Maths, AI and Intuition

Hear from University of Sydney Professor of Mathematics Geordie Williamson as he explores how machine learning can help with the intuitive aspects of mathematical research. Geordie recently carried out one of the first applications of AI in pure mathematics, in collaboration with Oxford University mathematicians and DeepMind, the AI company of AlphaGo fame. The results... more

Symmetry in Newcastle

W202 Callaghan Campus, University of Newcastle NSW

Confirmed speakers are Claudio Bravo, University of Chile, Matt Conder, University of Auckland, and George Willis, University of Newcastle. The meeting will be held in hybrid mode, at room W202 on Callaghan campus (University of Newcastle), and via zoom. The talks will be recorded and made available on Zero-Dimensional Symmetry YouTube channel https://tinyurl.com/zerodimensionalgroup and website... more

NSW ANZIAM 2022 Mid-Year Conference

online, hosted by Univ. Wollongong University of Wollongong, Wollongong

Date: Tuesday 5th July 2022 The New South Wales branch of ANZIAM will hold a one-day virtual conference on Tuesday 5th July.  A Zoom link will be sent later. The conference will run from approximately 9 am to 5 pm (depending upon the number of speakers). Invited Speaker: the 2022 ANZIAM Medallist, Professor Philip Broadbridge,... more

Free

Azat Miftakhov Days Against the War — Program

online

In view of the unprecedented brutality and destructiveness of Russia's criminal aggression against Ukraine, we have renamed our event, that was originally announced before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, into “Azat Miftakhov Days Against the War”. As we continue to fight for Azat’s release from prison, we stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian mathematicians and the... more

IMU Awards Ceremony, Prize Winners’ Lectures and ICM 2022

On 05 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... more

MoCaO Lectures:  Data Science, 11-15 July 2022

Due to unforeseen problems with the registration system, all registrations for MoCaO lectures up till until the date 29/06/2022 have been lost. To register again, please use the new registration  form on MoCaO lectures webpage. The inaugural MoCaO Lectures in Computation and Optimisation are focused on Data science and in particular machine learning, its algorithms,... more

Teaching seminar Thu 25 Aug — Visualising complex functions: enhanced phase portraits

online, hosted by Univ. Melbourne Melbourne

AustMS/AMSI Teaching Seminar Thursday 25 August 2022, 2:00pm (AEST, GMT+10) Title: Visualising complex functions: Enhanced phase portraits Speakers: Juan Carlos Ponce Campuzano and Joseph Grotowski (University of Queensland) Abstract: Complex functions are essential mathematical objects in complex analysis. They play a fundamental role in other mathematical areas such as dynamics, algebraic and differential geometry, and number... more