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The best student orator at ANU

The best student orator at ANU

Maths student Victor Wang has been named the best student orator at the ANU for explaining a link between maths and daily life.

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Professor Richard Brent awarded Moyal Medal

Professor Richard Brent awarded Moyal Medal

The MSI would like to congratulate Professor Richard Brent on being awarded the Macquarie University Moyal Medal for research contributi

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Terry Tao awarded Royal Society Medal

Terry Tao awarded Royal Society Medal

The Mathematical Sciences Institute would like to congratulate former staff member Professor Terry Tao on being awarded the 2014 Royal M

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Conference participants
Robust Statistics and Extremes conference

Robust Statistics and Extremes conference

The Robustness and Extremes Conference (REC), part of the MSI Special Year in Probability and Statistics supported by MSI, RSFAS and AMS

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Fractal
New Directions in Fractal Geometry

New Directions in Fractal Geometry

This conference will cover some emerging hot topics in Fractal Geometry and will stimulate collaboration between theory and applications.

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Complex Geom
New PhD Scholarship

New PhD Scholarship

The Mathematical Sciences Institute are pleased to announce the new Complex Analysis/Complex Geometry/CR Geometry PhD Scholarship to the value of $25,392 per year.

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CTAC 2014

CTAC 2014

Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC) 2014 will be held by the Mathematical Sciences Institute at the ANU. Our aim is to conduct a high quality conference on computational mathematics; scientific, technical, and industrial applications; and high performance computing.

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