What is this about? This series of five workshops will cover the best practice data life-cycle for researchers working with plants, animals, non-model, microbial and medically relevant genomes. It aims to provide insights into the different phases of the data life-cycle and map what is present or missing in Australia for the specific biological domains in terms […]
Although in the past they have been viewed as separate fields, low-dimensional topology and quantum algebra have recently seen surprising interactions with the development of new topological invariants with deep connections to quantum groups and category theory. These invariants have proven to be effective tools for tackling fundamental problems in manifold and link theory, but […]
This meeting will forge collaboration between ANZIAM and an association of similar size, Zhejiang Applied Mathematics Association. Whereas in many Chinese institutions, the disciplines of mathematics and computer science occupy a single unit, with research interests in areas such as machine learning, our applications tend to be more in biological and environmental science. However, methods […]
Phylomania 2016 This is the first call to register to attend Phylomania 2016, the 8th Annual conference of the UTAS Theoretical Phylogenetics group, to be held 16th-18th November in Hobart, Tasmania. Phylomania will be held within the School of Physical Sciences at the University of Tasmania. The meeting will bring together mathematicians and biologists to […]
Taking advantage of Prof Norm Dancer’s 70th birthday, this conference will bring together leading international researchers on nonlinear partial differential equations, as well as Australian researchers, in particular junior researchers, to report and discuss recent developments, exchange ideas and foster/strengthen collaborations. The conference will focus on new developments in several themes of nonlinear partial differential […]
This conference will give us a better understanding of the underlying geometry of the universe. This basic research will uncover integrable structure at the scale where string theory efects occur using moduli spaces which are fundamental to the 21st century understanding of mathematical physics. The project will enhance Australia’s reputation, oer great opportunities for Australian […]
Join us at University of Adelaide for the next BioInfoSummer symposium from 28 November – 2 December 2016. Bioinformatics is an exciting, fast-moving area, analysing and simulating the structures and processes of biological systems. AMSI BioInfoSummer 2016 provides bioinformatics training to students, researchers and other professionals working in related areas, with both specialist lectures, as well as […]
Bringing together experts in probabilistic and deterministic dynamics, as well as in applications, this workshop will allow transfer and exploitation of ideas and set the research agenda for the coming years. Speakers: Kavita Ramanan, Brown University, USA Viviane Baladi, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France (tbc) Beniamin Goldys, The University of Sydney, Australia Andrew Hassell, Australian National […]
This week-long research camp explores the importance of studying complex systems.
During this event we will consider a diverse range of systems, applications, theoretical and practical approaches to computational modelling of modern complex systems, including information theory, agent-based simulation, network theory, nonlinear dynamics, computational neuroscience, computational epidemiology, and swarm intelligence. The program is organised into three themes: Models for Complex Systems, Complex Biological Systems, and Complex Adaptive Systems.
Bureau of Meteorology Data Assimilation Student Workshop 1-2 December 2016 Prior to the Bureau of Meteorology’s forthcoming December 5-9 Annual Modelling Workshop on Data Assimilation, a Student Workshop on Data Assimilation will be held over 2 days. Data assimilation for forecast initialization and state estimation represents a severe challenge from both a theoretical and technical […]
AMSI is a collaborative venture of the nation’s universities, professional societies and government agencies, that seeks to integrate research, education and industry involvement to deliver mathematical and statistical capability and provide a strong base for national innovation.