Our Program

The AMSI Research program supports Australia’s academic community, fostering the critical links between researchers in universities, government agencies and business.

Facilitating National Collaboration

Collaborative mathematical research through an internationally-recognised program of scientific events.

Annually the Scientific Workshop program supports 25 scientific workshops, international and local conferences, and provides travel support for students and researchers from around Australia to attend these events.

The National Seminar Series broadcasts specialist lectures from world experts over the AMSI ACE network.

Building Industry Linkages

The Mathematics and Statistics in Industry Study Group (MISG) is an annual event, giving business access to a set of high calibre professionals, tools and technologies that improve capacity and capability in problem solving and decision making. Over a hundred mathematicians and statisticians come together to apply their expert knowledge to help solve real world, industrially relevant problems.

Bringing International Expertise to Australia

Each year, the AMSI Scientific Workshop Program sponsors 50 international experts to visit Australia.

The AMSI Lecture Tour and the Mahler Lecture Tour are national tours that engage and inspire with specialist lectures, outreach events and media interviews.

Supporting Australia’s Young Researchers

The Early-Career Workshop provides a forum for young researchers to build their networks and increase their skills.


The radical improvement of mathematical sciences capacity and capability in the Australian community through:

  • the support of high quality mathematics education for all young Australians
  • improving the supply of mathematically well-prepared students entering tertiary education by direct involvement with schools
  • the support of mathematical sciences research and its applications including cross-disciplinary areas and public and private sector
  • the enhancement of the undergraduate and postgraduate experience of students in the mathematical sciences and related disciplines