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ARC success for members of the School

The following members of the School of Mathematics and Statistics have been awarded funding from the Australian Research Council for projects beginning in 2020:

Further information is available on our research grants web page.

Research grants for Anna Aksamit and Ellis Patrick

Drs Anna Aksamit and Ellis Patrick have been awarded funding from the Australian Research Council in the Discovery Early Career Researcher scheme (2020 round 1). Dr Aksamit's project is "How to beat model uncertainty with more information", and Dr Patrick's project is "Statistical frameworks for high-parameter imaging cytometry data". Further information can be found on our research grants web page..

Hyperplane Arrangements and Singularities

This meeting will bring together researchers in the theory of Hyperplane Arrangements with the eighth biennial Japanese-Australian workshop on Real and Complex Singularities.

It is also a memorial conference for Stefan Papadima.

The meeting will be hosted by the Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, from 2 December to 6 December 2019. Speakers from the University of Sydney include Laurentiu Paunescu, Anthony Henderson, Stephan Tillmann, Ruibin Zhang and Zhou Zhang.

Workshop on Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces

To be held at the University of Sydney, December 11–13, 2019.

See this web page for further information.

Mooloolaba 2020: New Connections in Representation Theory

This conference will be held at Mooloolaba, on the Sunshine Coast, from February 10 to February 14, 2020.

See the conference web site for further information.

International Visitor Program

Simons Foundation deal makes Magma widely available in U.S.

The Simons Foundation and the Magma Group have concluded an agreement that will make the Magma computational algebra system much more widely available in the US. See the School's news page for more information.