Bronwyn Hajek

Associate Professor Bronwyn Hajek, applied mathematician at the University of South Australia, describes how she is motivated by the quest to solve tricky, obscure, unsolved partial differential equations.
In this interview, Bronwyn discusses her upcoming SMRI project with University of Sydney collaborators Dr Robby Marangell and Professor Martin Wechselberger. The researchers will apply Lie symmetry methods to model biological shocks.

Dr Jared Field

Jared Field

Dr Jared Field, Mckenzie Fellow in Mathematics at the University of Melbourne, describes how mathematics and biology intersect.

Anna Romanov

Anna Romanov

Mathematician Dr Anna Romanov (Visiting Researcher, Sydney Mathematical Research Institute) discusses her research and path in mathematics, as well as how an undergraduate project of hers caught the eye of xkcd’s Randall Munro.

Nancy Scherich

Nancy Scherich

International visitor Dr Nancy Scherich discusses her research on braids, life as an early career researcher, and her experience combining mathematics with her love of dance.

Nancy Reid

In the era of big data and machine learning, everybody is trying to extract the best quality information from their data. It’s a complicated task, but one statisticians have been working on for more than a century, long before anyone could even conceive of Facebook or Google. This is the field in which Professor Nancy …

Syarifah Nordin

Have you ever been driving down the highway and found yourself stuck behind a slow-moving car, blocking an otherwise fast-moving lane? When this happens to Dr Syarifah Nordin, Senior Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, her mind jumps to mathematics. Dr Nordin works in operations research, the mathematics of decision-making. It uses a combination of analysis, …

Gwyn Bellamy

Dr Gwyn Bellamy is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow, and is among the first visitors through SMRI’s International Visitor Program. Hailing from a small village on the Welsh coast, the school-aged Bellamy made the decision of where to study maths on a cattle showground, at a university careers fair in the village of Carmarthen.