For staff & students
Ever since the birth of quantum theory early last century, mathematicians and scientists have been attempting to simplify it.
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MSI mathematician Professor Peter Bouwknegt is on the trail of the holy grail of physics – a theory of everything unifying quantum mecha
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MSI is a centre of vibrant and innovative mathematical research. The Centre for Mathematics & its Applications administers our principal research activities.
Research activity at MSI is structured into our research programs.
The facilities we make available to our researchers are state-of-the-art.
MSI produces publications and symposia proceedings that are available to download.
Overseas and interstate mathematicians and statisticians regularly visit MSI to collaborate.
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