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Ever since the birth of quantum theory early last century, mathematicians and scientists have been attempting to simplify it. Their aim is to...
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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 mechanics...
Australia currently generates 85 per cent of its electricity by burning coal, resulting in 170 million tonnes of CO2 entering the atmosphere each...
The form of a cloud or the population dynamics of locusts threatening to reach plague proportions are both examples of complex systems at the heart...
What do blood vessels, ferns and crystals have in common? They are all examples of the beauty of fractals. Fractals are relative newcomers to the world of...
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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