The main topic of the conference is Jones subfactor theory and its connections with various fields of mathematics and physics including group theory, quantum computing, quantum topology and the aforementioned fields.
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 […]
With the ever-growing emphasis on the importance of sound evidence in healthcare decision-making and policy, the power of data-informed mathematical models to provide much needed insight is substantial. In order for conclusions drawn from a mathematical model to be reliable, it is essential for unknown model parameters to be estimated from data in a statistically […]
The biennial International Conference on Monte Carlo Methods and Applications (MCM) (formerly IMACS Seminar on Monte Carlo Methods) is one of the most prominent conference series devoted to research on the mathematical aspects of stochastic simulation and Monte Carlo methods, including their effective application in different areas, such as finance and management, the simulation of […]
Scientific computing is often termed as the ‘third way to do science’, alongside theory and experiments. The focus of the workshop is to investigate the current challenges of solving large scale problems on high performance computers. To achieve optimal performance it is critical to incorporate techniques that are at the forefront of both the mathematical […]
Tim Penttila will soon be turning 60, so it seems fitting to celebrate and honour his career with a two-day workshop devoted to finite geometry. The host of this event is the University of Adelaide, where Tim obtained his Bachelor degree. There will be invited talks from some of Tim’s collaborators, plus a selection of […]
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