Mathematics of Sea Ice and Ice Sheets

The University of Newcastle

Mathematics of Sea Ice and Ice Sheets Dates: 9–13 November Venue: The University of Newcastle The cryosphere is one of the critical components of the earth climate systems, and it has been the subject of significant transformation in recent years in response to climate change. There are several mathematical challenges to modelling this system, and... more

Phylomania 2020

University of Tasmania University of Tasmania, Hobart

Undeterred and on the web! Phylomania 2020 — online this time! The Twelfth Theoretical Phylogenetics Meeting at UTAS Every year since 2009, Phylomania has brought researchers from around Australia and the world to Hobart to discuss the latest advances in theoretical and applied phylogenetics. This year, the conference will be fully online, featuring a mixture... more


AMSI BioInfoSummer 2020

Australian National University, Canberra

BioInfoSummer 2020 Dates: 30 Nov.–3 Dec. 2020 Venue: The Australian National University, Canberra In 2020, AMSI BioInfoSummer is going virtual! Participate online over the 4-day program to develop your bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability. Join with other advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and professionals from the mathematics, statistics, medical sciences and information technology... more

Alex Rubinov Memorial Oration

Each year a public oration is held to commemorate the life of Professor Alexander Rubinov and to celebrate his contribution to Federation University as founding Director of the Centre for Informatics and Applied Optimisation. Details of the 2020 oration are given below and a flyer is attached. Title: The Forgotten Geometry of Mesopotamia: Revelations from... more


AustMS 2020

University of New England, Armidale, NSW

64th Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society Dates & Venue: Tuesday–Friday 8–10 December 2020 Venue: University of New England, Armidale, NSW To be held online: see website. Contact For enquiries please contact Gerd Schmalz:

Mathematics of String Theory @ UNE

University of New England, School of Science and Technology (C26)

Mathematics of String Theory @ UNE Dates: 14–18 December Venue: University of New England, School of Science and Technology (C26) While its role as a theory of the fundamental forces of nature is still being settled, the mathematics of string theory has led to some extraordinary advances in areas of pure mathematics. These areas range... more

AustMS/AMSI Teaching Seminar Series

Online via Zoom

AustMS/AMSI Teaching Seminar Series Date & Time: Thursday 17 December 2020, 14:00 AEDT (GMT+11) – 1:30pm (SA, GMT+10.5), 1:00pm (QLD, GMT+10), 12:30pm (NT, GMT+9.5), 11:00am (WA, GMT+8) Speaker: R. Nazim Khan (UWA), Michael Jennings (UQ) Title: A survey of High School Mathematics curricula and First Year University Mathematics Units, COVID Plus Venue: online via Zoom:  Pass code: 580327... more

The Fourth Australian Algebra Conference AAC04

The Fourth Australian Algebra Conference AAC04 Monday/Tuesday 18–19 January 2021 AAC04 will be held online from 18–19 January 2021 hosted by the University of Melbourne. The website for AAC04 is available here: Registration is free and is now open here: Students are especially encouraged to present a talk. This conference is the 39th... more


ANZIAM Annual Conference 2021 (Virtual) Sunday 31 January 2021 to Friday 5 February 2021   The annual ANZIAM conference promotes the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in all areas of applied and industrial mathematics. We encourage HDR students, postdoctoral researchers, academic staff and researchers across government and industry to attend and share their latest research!

Practical Applications of Network Science 2021

Are you interested in learning Network Science? RMIT University and Victoria University are holding a two day online workshop on this topic on the 22nd and 23rd of February. The goal of this event is to introduce researchers to network science and its applications. Diverse applications such as the study of proteins in biology, finding... more

SMRI-Applied Maths Seminar

Quad S227 Univ. Sydney, Sydney

Date & Time: Thurs. 15 April; 3:30pm–4:30pm AEST Speaker: Yury Stepanyants (USQ) Title: The asymptotic approach to the description of two dimensional soliton patterns in the oceans. Where: Quad S227 (University of Sydney staff, students & affiliates only) and via Zoom (register here Abstract: The asymptotic approach is suggested for the description of interacting surface... more