MATRIX-SMRI Symposium: Singularities in Geometric Flows

This hybrid symposium on singularities in geometric flows will be held over 3–14 Jan 2022 at Cresswick, MATRIX and online.
It will focus on exciting recent developments in the analysis of geometric flows via soliton and ancient solutions, centred around talks by William P. Minicozzi II (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Nataša Šešum (Rutgers University).

Integrable Systems Workshop December 2021

The 2021 Integrable Systems Workshop will take place over 2 – 3 December 2021, hosted by the University of Sydney’s School of Mathematics and Statistics. This workshop brings together speakers on topics such as integrable systems, special functions, mathematical physics, discrete dynamical systems, and Painlevé equations. This event will be the 9th workshop organised by …

2021 Computational & Algorithmic Topology Sydney Workshop

CATS 2021 19 – 23 July 2021 (online) & November/December 2021 (live talks, TBA) Location: The University of Sydney The CATS 2021 workshop at The University of Sydney will bring together experts and emerging researchers from Australia, the USA and Europe to report on recent results and explore future directions in computational and algorithmic topology …

Call for Proposals: MATRIX-SMRI Research Symposium 2021

UPDATE: The deadline for MATRIX-SMRI Research Symposium proposals has been extended to 18 June. MATRIX (Creswick) and the Sydney Mathematical Research Institute invite proposals for a joint Research Symposium to be held in a hybrid format (in-person/on-line) in 2021. The joint MATRIX-SMRI Research Symposium will be centred around one distinguished international researcher who will Chair …

Symposium with Martin Hairer: Colloquium Talk and Survey of Research Directions

These sessions were recordings as part of the SMRI-MATRIX Online Symposium with Martin Hairer (3–19 February 2021). Colloquium talk: ‘Taming Infinities’ Abstract: Some physical and mathematical theories have the unfortunate feature that if one takes them at face value, many quantities of interest appear to be infinite! What’s worse, this doesn’t just happen for some …

February 2021 Symposium with Martin Hairer

Online Symposium with Professor Martin Hairer In February 2021, join us for an online symposium as we explore the mathematics of Fields Medallist and Breakthrough Prize winner Martin Hairer, Professor of Mathematics at Imperial College London. The symposium will feature talks by Professor Hairer on his work in stochastic analysis and lecture discussions including an …