The `Winter of Disconnectedness’ program will run from July – August, 2016. The subject will be totally disconnected, locally compact groups. Rapid progress is being made with the understanding of general groups of this type, which includes important classes such as p-adic Lie groups, automorphism groups of locally finite graphs, and profinite groups. Mathematicians at […]
K-theory has established itself as a central topic within mathematics – it has played a major role in solving problems of great interest to mathematicians in variety of other areas. Many Fields Medalists of the preceding 50 years have contributed to or used K-theory in their work: Atiyah, Connes, Grothendieck, Milnor, Quillen, Serre and Veovodesky. […]
The event Geometry at the ANU will feature a graduate student winter school from August 15-August 19 with four eminent international lecturers followed by a large conference from August 22 – August 26 with around 80 world experts in algebraic geometry and related fields.
Monash University is hosting an inaugural Maths Graduate Open Day event on 9 September. If you are interested in pursuing a PhD or MSc in mathematics at a world class university, get down to this Open Day! Register your interest to participate by 19 Aug. Full details can be found on this url – http://www.monash.edu/science/future-students/maths-open-day
The Australian Mathematical Society Special Interest Group Number Theory Down Under (NTDU) will be hosting its 4th annual conference in Newcastle from 23–26 September 2016. Speakers Here is the tentative list of speakers. If you are interested in participation into this exciting event and would like to give a talk, send an email to the […]
Dates: 26 September 2016, 1:30 am - 30 September 2016, 2:30 am
There has been huge surge of interest in topological aspects of condensed matter physics in the last ten years. More recently, it has started to transpire that the mathematics underlying this field has much in common with that used in and stimulated by string theory. This interdisciplinary confluence of ideas provides a rich source of […]
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 […]
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.