Interested in studying Mathematics or Statistics?
We are launching our brand-new curriculum.
Choose between 4 majors/minors in Mathematics, Statistics, Financial Mathematics and Statistics, and Data Science. Choose between 2 degree cores.
For all your questions, check our New Students site.
Geordie Williamson Fellow of the Royal Society and the Australian Academy of Science
Professor Geordie Williamson has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, the world’s most prestigious and oldest continuously running scientific academy. He becomes the Royal Society's youngest living Fellow.
As one of 50 new Fellows from across the Commonwealth of Nations, he will attend a ceremony in London in July to accept his election.
See the University of Sydney News story for further information.
Prof Williamson has also just been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science: see the citation on the Academy of Science website.
Radio interview with Geordie Williamson
SIAM news: Martin Wechselberger, winner of the J. D. Crawford Prize.
In May 2017 the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics awarded their J. D. Crawford Prize to Martin Wechselberger. Now on the SIAM News Blog there is a "Prize Spotlight", featuring an interview with Prof Wechselberger.
Professor Norman Dancer awarded Juliusz Schauder Medal
The Scientific Council of the Juliusz P. Schauder Center for Nonlinear Studies at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland, has awarded the Schauder medal for 2017 to Prof Norman Dancer. The medal is awarded every two years for scientific achievements and contributions to nonlinear analysis and its applications.
Students honoured for outstanding talks
At the Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematics Society for 2017, Adrianne Jenner was one of the two joint winners of the BH Neumann prize for the most outstanding talk by a student, and Becky Armstrong received an honourable mention.
Visitor Funding Program
Spend some time doing research in the School, with special funding from us!
Applications have closed for visits starting between 1 August 2018 and 31 July 2019. Information about the next round will be released later in 2018.