Special year 2019: Computational Mathematics

This series of events will explore the mathematical connections between different areas of computational mathematics as well as the connections to computer science, statistics, pure mathematics and application domains.



Joint ANU/CSIRO seminar on computational and inverse problems: celebrating Bob Anderssen’s 80th birthday
Date: 14 January 2019
Organiser: Professor Markus Hegland, MSI

Polynomial Algebraic Development in Optimisation and Computation (PADOC)
Date: 11 April 2019
Organiser: Professor Markus Hegland, MSI

Mini-course/workshop on the application of computational mathematics to plasma physics
Date: 24 - 27 June 2019
Organiser: Associate Professor Matthew Hole

One-day workshop - Women in computation topology
Date: 1 July 2019
Organiser: Dr Katharine Turner, MS

Women in computational topology
Date: 2 – 5 July 2019
Organiser: Dr Katharine Turner, MSI

Challenges in high performance computing
Date: 2– 6 September 2019
Organiser: Associate Professor Linda Stals, MSI

Sensitivity analysis and uncertainty quantification workshop
Date: 25 – 30 November 2019
Organiser: Professor Steve Roberts, MSI

Upcoming events

9am 24 June – 5pm 27 June 2019
This event aims to promote communications between computational mathematicians and plasma physicists, to seek solutions to the long-standing difficulties in computational plasma physics, and identify applications for newly developed algorithms and computational techniques.
9am 1 July – 5pm 5 July 2019
Workshop for Women in Computational Topology (WinCompTop) 2 is designed for women and gender diverse people at all career stages in mathematics, statistics, computer science, and application areas of computational topology.
9am 1 July 2019
The primary goal of the workshop is to facilitate the formation of new and lasting research collaborations between junior and senior researchers working in the field of computational topology.
2–6 September 2019
The focus of this interdisciplinary workshop is on bringing together techniques that are at the forefront of mathematics and computer science for solving large scale problems motivated by applications on high performance computers.

Past events