The Australian Academy of Science has awarded 24 scientists with prestigious honorific awards in 2021, including several in the mathematical sciences. SMRI congratulates Professor Cheryl Praeger AC, a member of our Advisory Board, who has been recognised with the inaugural Ruby Payne-Scott Medal and Lecture. The University of Western Australia Emeritus Professor is the 2019 winner of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science, among numerous other awards and postings.
Professor Mathai Varghese (University of Adelaide) has been awarded the Hannan Medal for his outstanding research in mathematics. The career award is presented in honour of the contribution to time series analysis by the late Professor E J Hannan.
Dr Kevin Coulembier (University of Sydney) and Dr Vera Roshchina (University of New South Wales) have been awarded the Christopher Heyde Medal. The Medal honours the contributions to mathematics by the late Professor Christopher Charles Heyde AM and is awarded to early career researchers across a broad range of mathematical fields. Both Dr Coulembier and Dr Roshchina have been local collaborators of SMRI international visitors.
Professor Christopher Drovandi (Queensland University of Technology) and Dr Janice Scealy (Australian National University) have been awarded the Moran Medal. The Medal honours the contributions to mathematics by the late P.A.P. Moran and is awarded to early career researchers in one or more of the fields of applied probability, biometrics, mathematical genetics, psychometrics and statistics.
Read more about the 2021 honorific awardees and watch their profile videos on the Australian Academy of Science’s website.
- SMRI Seminar, 22 April: Marcy Robertson – Expansions, completions and automorphisms of welded tangled foams - 2021 April 9
- SMRI Applied Maths Seminar, 15 April: Yury Stepanyants – The asymptotic approach for ocean wave patterns - 2021 March 29
- Call for Proposals: MATRIX-SMRI Research Symposium 2021 - 2021 March 25