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AMSI Membership


AMSI has made, and continues to make, a significant contribution to furthering the interests of the mathematical sciences in Australia.

AMSI’s initiatives and programs are important parts of an overall strategy to enhance the standing and health of mathematics and statistics across the community.

We strive to improve the appreciation of policy makers and politicians of the importance of mathematics in a sophisticated economy and community. A strong and diverse membership base is key to AMSI’s endeavours in lobbying for government and business support of programs to advance capacity and capability in the mathematical sciences.

We all reap the benefits of the investment of AMSI’s members’ subscriptions and corporate contributions.

AMSI is critically dependent upon the support of its member institutions. Without this support – both financial and via active participation in AMSI’s enterprise – the institute would not be able to provide the many services that are of direct benefit to the mathematical sciences.

Note: AMSI membership is institutional/organisational. Individual membership is not offered. To find out whether your university or institution is a member of AMSI, visit our members page.

How to Join


AMSI is a collaborative venture whose membership comprises universities and other bodies allied with the mathematical sciences.


Membership categories

  • Full member (Joint Venture Partners)
  • Three levels of University associate members:
    • Universities
    • Societies
    • Government agencies

Full Member
(Joint Venture Partners)


Full members of AMSI are signatories to the Joint Venture Agreement which forms the basis of AMSI’s structure and governance. AMSI’s full members are consulted for input and sign-off on the annually-reviewed business plan, and receive priority to host AMSI’s annual flagship Summer School and BioInfoSummer events.



  • Participation in the mathematical sciences peak body
  • An enriched pipeline resulting from Schools activities, projects, programs and teacher materials
  • Access to AMSI’s internship program
  • Contribute to the national voice of mathematics

and much more

Three levels of Associate Members


Universities are allocated a membership category according to the university’s capacity to engage in AMSI’s programs. There are three levels which attract a proportionate level of travel funding benefit: Large Associate, Medium Associate, Small Associate.



  • Funding for research workshops
  • Access to travel grants for postgraduate students and early-career researchers
  • Subsidised student participation in the AMSI Summer School, AMSI Winter School, BioInfoSummer and AMSI Optimise
  • Careers books and campaigns for undergraduate and postgraduate students

and much more

Societies, Government Agencies and Corporate Members


Societies, Government agencies and Corporate members can negotiate benefits, which could include provision of short courses, discounted conference and event registration, advertising at AMSI events, and workshop hosting.



  • Lecture tours
  • Shared workshop programs
  • Discounted registration fees
  • Funding for research workshops

and much more