MSI Friends and Alumni: Computation, quantum mechanics, and topology

MSI Friends and Alumni: Computation, quantum mechanics, and topology

Dr Scott Morrison will be presenting a special lecture for MSI's Alumni, friends and colleagues. The presentation will be followed by dr

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Professor Peter Bouwknegt Announced as New MSI Director

Professor Peter Bouwknegt Announced as New MSI Director

Professor Peter Bouwknegt, a Mathematical Physicist at the ANU, has been appointed as MSI Director.

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More awards for MSI staff

More awards for MSI staff

MSI would like to congratulate Dr Linda Stals and Dr Tim Trudgian one being awarded Colleges of Science awards at the annual Christmas p

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Effective use of Visualisation in the Mathematical Sciences (EViMS 2)

Effective use of Visualisation in the Mathematical Sciences (EViMS 2)

It is clear that visualisation is an important tool for the mathematical sciences, but too often it does not play a prominent role in th

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CMA proceedings now available through Project Euclid

CMA proceedings now available through Project Euclid

MSI are pleased to announce that the CMA proceedings have been made available on-line to the wide mathematical community on the Project Euclid website

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Finding the simple patterns in a complex world

Finding the simple patterns in a complex world

Professor Michael Barnsley has developed a new way to uncover simple patterns that might underlie apparently complex systems

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Alan McIntosh awarded the 2015 Hannan Medal for research in pure mathematics

Alan McIntosh awarded the 2015 Hannan Medal for research in pure mathematics

MSI wish to congratulate Professor Alan McIntosh on being jointly awarded the 2015 Hannan Medal by the Council of the Australian Academy of Science

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