Graduate students and world-leading mathematical modellers are invited to collaborate in a week-long research intensive program in the area of tissue dynamics. We will focus on multiple scales, incorporating many different modelling techniques. The aim of the program is to foster a collaborative environment, where participants will work together on key problems of tissue dynamics. […]

The Student Symposium in Combinatorics is an online symposium organized by combinatorics research students for like-minded research students and others to participate. We invite students at all stages of their studies to attend this online symposium. This is a friendly environment for students to discuss problems and present their research to other students around the […]

This 4-day workshop will bring together Australian and Australasian researchers in mathematics and theoretical computer science, in view of fostering exchanges and collaborations. Specifically, the workshop will focus on two themes, from the point of view of both the mathematics and computer science community, with ample time for informal discussions around each: Computational Complexity and […]

The Graduate Talks in Geometry and Topology Get-Together will strengthen the blossoming community of graduate students created by the (GT)^2 seminar series. Participants will represent a cross-section of the geometry and topology community in Australia with interests including computational topology and geometry, geometrical and topological data analysis, contact geometry, homotopy theory, hyperbolic geometry, and more. […]

The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers in some of the most active and promising areas of research of stochastic differential equations, to exchange ideas and to foster future collaborations. Another important goal is to expose young researchers and post graduate students to the most recent developments in active areas of […]

Totally disconnected locally compact (TDLC) groups naturally appear in various branches of mathematics as they capture the structure of symmetries of various mathematical objects, so it is natural to ask for a way of computing in such groups. Unfortunately, there is no formal framework for computation in TDLC groups and nor can there be one, […]