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 […]

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 – […]

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 […]

Matrix-Analytic Methods in Stochastic Models (MAM) conferences aim to bring together researchers working on the theoretical, algorithmic and methodological aspects of matrix-analytic methods in stochastic models and the applications of such mathematical research across a broad spectrum of fields, which includes computer science and engineering, telephony and communication networks, electrical and industrial engineering, operations research, […]

This workshop will bring together prominent international and Australian experts in geometric analysis. The focus will be on two related areas: curvature flows, and geometric differential equations on homogeneous spaces. Both of these areas are currently enjoying rapid development and finding numerous applications. The main aim of the workshop will be to bridge the gaps […]

Workshop for Women in Computational Topology (WinCompTop) 2 is designed for women and gender-diverse people at all career stages in mathematics, statistics, computer science and application areas of computational topology. The primary goal of the workshop is to facilitate the formation of new and lasting research collaborations between junior and senior researchers working in the […]