All students, staff and visitors are welcome. The talk will be followed by snacks and drinks. New three-level designs for screening in the presence of second-order terms Screening is the first stage of many industrial experiments and is used to determine efficiently and effectively a small number of potential factors among a large number of […]

This conference will showcase the research of women in Australian mathematical sciences — the first such conference in Australia. The conference welcomes people of any gender, but all the research presentations will be given by women. “Mathematical sciences” is broadly interpreted to include pure mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematical statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, bioinformatics, mathematical biology, […]

We plan to hold a five-day workshop at Sydney University on the geometry and algebra of singularities, with applications in two types of complex systems which have come to the forefront of applied science in recent decades: The development of robotic algorithms for image-processing and complex machine learning, and Computational methods developed in connection with […]

In September 2017 a conference will be held to commemorate the life and work of Jonathan M. Borwein. The conference will be devoted to five areas to which Jonathan Borwein made an outstanding contribution: Applied Analysis, Optimisation and Convex Functions (chairs: Regina Burachik and Guoyin Li) Education (chairs: Judy-anne Osborn & Naomi Borwein) Experimental Mathematics […]

In recent years, growing numbers of mathematical scientists have been working to develop and apply mathematical and statistical theory to produce tools that will have a direct impact in the management of fisheries, forestry, water security, conservation, pest and disease management, and adaptation to global changes. Their efforts have already had a major impact on […]

The workshop is an integral part of the approved MATRIX@Melbourne program on “Mathematics of Risk” to be run from 20 November to 8 December 2017. The workshop topics include, but are not be limited to, the modelling of uncertainty and risk events using the theory of stochastic processes, in particular the evaluation of the distributions […]

Bioinformatics is an exciting discipline analysing and simulating both the structures and processes of biological systems. It is a constantly evolving field that offers researchers and students a wide breadth of opportunities. Running over a week, the AMSI BioInfoSummer 2017 will give attendees the opportunity to be involved at every level; from hands-on introductory levels for beginners […]

Noncommutative geometry (NCG) is a theory using algebra of operators to study a class of nonstandard spaces, initially arising from quantum mechanics. Over the past few decades, it developed into an active research area with connections to many branches of mathematics and physics. This conference will bring together leading experts and early career researchers working […]

The annual AMSI Summer School is the biggest national event for maths students in Australia with a record-breaking attendance of 168 students in 2017. In January 2018 this four-week residential school will be hosted by Monash University (Clayton Campus), providing students from across Australia with the opportunity to develop their mathematical skills, meet like-minded people, […]