Integrability and Combinatorics at Finite Temperature

Dates: 14–18 Jun 2021 Program Description: The overall goal of the program is to advance the methods of integrability and combinatorics towards structural and asymptotic results across a wide range of finite temperature models of statistical physics. Here the notion of “finite temperature” might have different meanings in different situations, and a complete understanding of the... more

ANZAMP seminars: Quantum Rabi Model

online, hosted by Univ. Melbourne Melbourne

We are excited to announce the next seminar in ANZAMP's seminar series, next week's seminars by Xilin Lu and Zimin Li titled “Hidden Symmetry in Generalisations of the Quantum Rabi Model” and “Generalized adiabatic approximation to the quantum Rabi model”, respectively, abstracts below. Date: 15 June 2021 Time: 12:00 pm The seminar will be presented... more

Symmetry in Newcastle, Monday 21st June 2021

Online via Zoom

Symmetry in Newcastle seminar is here again! The confirmed speakers for next Monday are Yves Stadler, Université Clermont Auvergne, and Ilaria Castellano, University of Milan–Bicoca. Feel free to grab a beverage appropriate for your respective timezone and join us for a friendly chat after the talk! The talks will be recorded and made available on our YouTube... more

PDE Models in Mathematical Biology

Queensland University of Technology Queensland

Date: 24 June 2021 Time: 9.45am–1pm Website: http://mj-simpson.com/workshop.html PDE Models in Mathematical Biology will be an online forum to hear from leaders in the Australian mathematical biology community, specifically those researchers who use partial differential equations in mathematical biology. The fully online free half-day event will include four national and international keynote speakers from the... more

Integrable Systems in Geometry and Mathematical Physics

SISSA SISSA, Trieste

Conference in Memory of Boris Dubrovin Online: 28 June–2 July, 2021 Timezone: Europe/Rome  (9:30–18:00 daily) The notion of integrable system in classical mechanics dates back to Joseph Liouville and has an illustrious and long history; it has since expanded considerably and received input from distant areas of mathematics and physics like  algebraic geometry, symplectic topology,... more

PhD Student Symposium: Data-Driven Modelling in Mathematical Biology

Queensland University of Technology Queensland

Dates: 28 June – 9 July 2021 Website: https://modellingwithdata.com/ Mathematical biology is a diverse, cross-disciplinary area of research at the interface of applied mathematics, statistics, biophysics and experimental science. Cross-collaboration between experts in these fields is quickly becoming requisite for impactful research. This online symposium will foster new collaborations and skill development across each of... more

Symmetry in Newcastle, Monday 5 July 2021

Online via Zoom

Symmetry in Newcastle seminar is here again! I hope you like unitary representations and TDLC groups because the confirmed speaker for next Monday is Lancelot Semal, UC Louvain, and he will be talking exactly about that! . Feel free to grab a beverage appropriate for your respective timezone and join us for a friendly chat... more

The Mathematics of Conformal Field Theory II

ANU Mathematical Sciences Institute, ANU, Canberra

We are happy to announce that “The Mathematics of Conformal Field Theory II” has now been approved to go ahead at the Mathematical Sciences Institute of the ANU, 6–9 July 2021. Furthermore, the conference will be preceded by a day of talks celebrating Peter Bouwknegt's 60th birthday on 5 July. The majority of talks will be... more

NSW-ANZIAM mid-year virtual meeting, 2021

Date: 9 July 2021 Times: 10:00am – 5:30 pm The New South Wales branch of ANZIAM will hold a one-day virtual conference on Friday 9 July.  A Zoom link will be sent at a later date. The conference will run from approximately 10am to 5.30pm (depending upon the number of speakers). Invited Speaker 2020 WIMSIG Maryam... more

AMSI Winter School, 2021

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE 2021 AMSI WINTER SCHOOL AMSI and QUT are proud to present the 2021 Winter School on Statistical Data Science from 12–23 July. For the first time, the program will be hosted virtually with options for students to attend event hubs in selected states. Boasting an impressive speaker line-up, attendees... more

Computational & Algorithmic Topology, Sydney (CATS 2021)

The University of Sydney, Australia

Venue: The University of Sydney Dates: 19–23 July 2021 This workshop at the University of Sydney will bring together experts and emerging researchers from Australia, the USA and Europe to report on recent results and explore future directions in computational and algorithmic topology and related areas. There will be a focus on problems in computational... more

AMSI-SSA Public Lecture

Queensland University of Technology Queensland

In 2021, the AMSI-SSA Public Lecture will be presented as part of the AMSI Winter School program Date & Time: 22 July, 6:30 pm Speaker: Prof. Renate Meyer (Univ. Auckland, NZ) Title: Data Detectives on the Trail of Black Hole Mergers Where: Zoom – details to be emailed to all registered attendees 24 hours before the... more