The seminar series “Perspectives on Mathematics: Its Humanity, Culture, and Communication” will explore and illuminate the human side of mathematics. It begins on Friday 1 March and is organised by Francis Su and Stephan Tillmann.
To celebrate the 2024 International Day of Mathematics (aka “Pi Day”) on 14 March, SMRI is organising three public events for all, including a public lecture on the beauty of geometry.
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On 29 November, visitors to the Art Gallery of NSW heard about the intricate relationship between geometry and the world around us from the perspectives of artist Shireen Taweel and SMRI Executive Director Stephan Tillmann, moderated by Yumi Stynes.
Applied mathematician Andrew Krause visited SMRI in June 2023. In this interview, Andrew discusses how to model biological processes and other dynamical systems, from human fingerprint pattern formation to Turing’s theory of morphogenesis.
SMRI’s communications coordinator attended the Panorama of Mathematics II (October 2023), meeting with conference organiser Professor Dr. Karl-Theodor Sturm to discuss the opportunities and challenges.
Congratulations to the University of Sydney mathematics staff and affiliates awarded grants for Australian Research Council Discovery Projects (DP2024 Round 1).
SMRI congratulates 20 researchers in the mathematical sciences who were successful in the International Visitor Program 2023 Round 2.
SMRI visitors Iva Halacheva (Northeastern University) and Marcy Robertson (University of Melbourne) have published a paper that sets out a topological characterisation of the Kashiwara–Vergne groups, along with their SMRI host Zsuzsanna Dancso.
In recognition of awards and prizes to staff and associates of the Sydney Mathematical Research Institute.