Dedicated to the 80th birthday of Professor Roger Grimshaw, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Sciences, this five-day workshop aims to bring together world-leading experts on nonlinear waves in physical oceanography and beyond. The workshop will discuss contemporary research and trends in the nonlinear wave theory. It aims to promote interdisciplinary collaborations between Australian and New Zealand […]
In order for small devices to communicate they must be paired by a common link or protocol; in addition, for vendors to communicate through the same device, a dedicated application is usually required. The current IoT is inherently limited in that it requires special purpose computing as opposed to general purpose computing and because it […]
Develop your bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability at AMSI BioInfoSummer 2018 – a five-day bioinformatics conference hosted by The University of Western Australia from 3-7 December.
The last four decades have revealed many deep connections between topological quantum field theory (TQFT), low-dimensional topology, and geometric structures on manifolds, particularly hyperbolic geometry. This conference will further explore and strengthen these connections by bringing together a distinguished international group of researchers working in or at the interface of these subjects. Conference: 17 – […]
The aim of this workshop is to bring together these different areas of research, in order to bring about new insights or methods in the study of manifolds. Our intent is to have a first day consisting of two or three talks giving an overview of the different areas, followed by a session in which […]
In this international conference we plan to highlight recent advances in global Riemannian and metric geometry, topology, and geometric analysis to foster communication between experts and early career researchers from Australia and abroad and identify directions to set the stage for future advances. In particular, we plan to have a problem session towards the end […]
The main topic of the conference is Jones subfactor theory and its connections with various fields of mathematics and physics including group theory, quantum computing, quantum topology and the aforementioned fields.
AMSIConnect is a two-day residential conference for AMSI Vacation Research Scholars near the completion of their projects. Participants are funded to travel to and stay in Melbourne to present their research projects, participate in a careers panel and attend networking events. Dates: 6-8 February 2019 Venue: International House, The University of Melbourne Address: 241 Royal Parade, […]
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.