Every year, AMSI Member institutions around Australia broadcast mathematical seminars, short courses and Honours and Masters subjects over the Advanced Collaborative Environment (ACE) Network, enabling students and academics to participate remotely by videoconference.

There are two technology platforms that are currently used: Zoom and Vibe.

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Do you want to take honours or masters subjects not
available at your university?

Do you want to expand on your current knowledge?

You can with the AMSI ACE Network.

Join lecturers and students from around Australia in interactive video conference classes in the mathematical sciences. ACE subjects are free and may be taken for credit with the permission of your institution.

Semester Two enrolments are open!


Honours and Masters Courses

Are you interested in teaching over the ACE Network?

We are seeking course proposals for 2020. Email us today with your idea.

In recognition of the hard work that goes into producing quality Honours and Masters programs, we are delighted to announce that AMSI will be able to provide Lecturer payments of $1500 for 10 subjects per year (subject to external students being enrolled, allocated to the most highly prioritised offerings).

Short Courses and Seminars

Want to broadcast a short course or seminar over the
ACE Network?

Contact us to promote it across our digital network.


Get your department and students involved in the ACE Network today!

Reach a wide audience by encouraging your lecturers to broadcast seminars, short courses and Honours and Masters subjects over the ACE Network.

Promote the ACE Network to your students, refer a lecturer or hold a one-off seminar/short course.

Contact us to learn more.


Seminar or Short Course Attendee

To join an ACE seminar or short course, notify the contact person(s) named in the seminar or course announcement that you will be participating.

You can find upcoming sessions with contact details on our events page or by checking the Discover AMSI Facebook and Twitter pages.

Subject Offerings

Semester 2 – 2019


Name of CourseLecturerHost UniversityTimetable (AEST)Teaching DatesSubject Information
Methods and Theory of Modern OptimisationAndrew EberhardRMIT UniversityTuesday 10:30-11:30 (from 30 July)
Friday 9:30-11:30am (from 2 August)
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A Gentle Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsEnrico ValdinociThe University of Western AustraliaFriday 14:00-15:00 PDF File
Optimal Transportation and Monge-Ampère EquationsJiakun LiuUniversity of WollongongWednesday 10:30-12:30 PDF File
Measure Theory and Integration (formerly Measure, Integral and Probability)Marianito RodrigoUniversity of WollongongThursday 12:30-2:3029 July —
1 November
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Advanced Numerical AnalysisBishnu LamicchaneThe University of NewcastleMonday 11:00-13:00 PDF File
Nonlinear Control and EstimationChris KellettThe University of NewcastleTuesday 14:00-16:00
Wednesday 17:00-19:00
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Geometry and Symmetry of Nonlinear Integrable EquationsYang ShiFlinders UniversityMonday 10:00-11:00
Thursday 11:30-12:30
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Computational Thinking with PythonShelly GristUniversity of Southern QueenslandTuesday 16:00-18:00
Wednesday 8:00-10:00
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Semester 1 – 2019


Host UniversityName of CourseSubject CodeTimetable (AEDT)LecturerSubject Information
The University of SydneyAsymptotic Methods and Perturbation TheoryN/AWednesday 11-1Sharon Stephen PDF File
The University of SydneyRandom Graphs vs. Complex NetworksN/AMonday and Thursday 11-12Eduardo Altmann PDF File
La Trobe UniversityTheory of StatisticsSTA4TSTuesday 2:30-4:30Paul Kabaila PDF File
RMIT UniversityAdvanced Topics in CryptographyN/ACANCELLED (still offered at RMIT)Serdar Boztas PDF File
The University of Western AustraliaAlgebra: Advanced Group TheoryMATH4031Monday 12-1 and Thursday 12-2Michael Giudici PDF File
University of WollongongStatistical ConsultingSTAT904Friday 12:30-2:30 (TBC)David Steel PDF File
University of WollongongC*-AlgebrasN/AWednesday 1:30-3:30Aidan Sims PDF File
University of WollongongAdvanced Data AnalysisSTAT902Monday 2:30–4:30Pavel Krivitsky PDF File
The University of NewcastleIntroduction to Valued FieldsMATH4101Tuesday 11-1Florian Breuer,
George Willis
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