The prestigious annual String Math conference will be held in Australia for the first time in 2023, hosted by The University of Melbourne. String Math is an annual conference held in different locations around the world. Its aim is to cover the most important recent developments at the interface between string theory, quantum field theory […]

Sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) is a robust computational method for simulation-based inference including Bayesian statistics. It can facilitate sampling from complex probability distributions and optimising challenging functions where other methods fail. Exciting new research has extended SMC to distributed settings and developed novel SMC algorithms for new applications. This workshop will foster discussion and collaboration […]

This conference is being held in honour of Professor Neil Trudinger’s 80th birthday to celebrate his important contributions in nonlinear partial differential equations and geometric analysis. The event aims to host several leading mathematicians as well as to provide an opportunity for young researchers and PhD students to get together to present their new works […]

This three-week event will bring together world-leading specialists in knot theory for a focused research program promoting collaboration between mathematicians at all career stages. The first two weeks will be focused exclusively on research in small groups mixing PhD students, early career researchers, and established scientists. Projects topics include the generalised Kauffman-Harary Conjecture; the long […]