The School of Mathematical Sciences has a long history of achievement in research and postgraduate education, and a reputation for providing a stimulating and supportive environment. The School is highly respected internationally for its research strengths in geometry, statistics, stochastic modelling and operations research, and dynamics, modelling and computation. Please see our Research pages, for […]
Elder Professor of Mathematics in the School of Mathematical Sciences, has been awarded an Australian Laureate Fellowship worth $1.64 million to advance Index Theory and its applications. The project is expected to enhance Australia’s position at the forefront of international research in geometric analysis. To find out more visit: http://www.arc.gov.au/2017-laureate-profile-professor-mathai-varghese
The School of Mathematical Sciences wishes to warmly congratulate the school recipients of the latest ARC grant round which was announced on Tuesday, 1 November. These grants include Future Fellowship (Yvonne Stokes), Discovery Early Career Research Award (Guo Chuan Thiang) Discovery Project Grant (Varghese, Baraglia).
A fantastic way to end 2016 for Mr Hao Guo (supervisors: Varghese, Wang) on being awarded the prestigious 2016 B.H. Neumann Prize in December (Certificate). The School of Mathematical Sciences warmly congratulates Hao for this outstanding achievement!
In a previous post Professor Mathai Varghese had been appointed as new Associate Editor for the Journal of Geometry and Physics. He has since been made a full Editor for the Journal. Our congratulations to him!
The 2016 Herbert Howe lecture series at the University of Denver was delivered by Elder Professor Mathai Varghese on May 17th 2016.
Prof. Mathai Varghese has been invited to deliver the 2016 Herbert Howe lectures at University of Denver in May 2016.
Professor Mathai Varghese has been appointed as new Associate Editor for the Journal of Geometry and Physics beginning February 1st 2016.
The School of Mathematical Sciences’ own Pure Mathematics Masters student, Kelli Francis-Staite, was recently announced as the 2015 Rhodes Scholar for South Australia! Kelli is the University’s 108th Rhodes Scholar and late next year will use the Scholarship to start doctoral studies in mathematics at the University of Oxford. A wonderful achievement for a well-deserving […]
Congratulations to our Master of Philosophy student Brett Chenoweth, from the School of Mathematical Sciences, who won a prize for Best Participant Talk by Popular Vote at the AMSI Winter School held at the University of Queensland on 29 June to 10 July.