Mathematics and statistics can help us predict weather and climate patterns, find new geothermal energy sources, anticipate the effects of solar flares, and even discover new planets.
Mathematics provides us with a universal language with which to describe, model, and understand phenomena in our world. Our breadth of interest and expertise includes the application of mathematics to understand phenomena in our physical environment, and of our own making. This enables us to play a critical role in interdisciplinary partnerships through collaborations with other disciplines and industry.
Applications now open to apply for the 2014 / 2015 Summer Vacation Research Scholarships. Click here for more information.
MAXIMA is hosting the BioInfoSummer 2014 series (1-5 December, 2014). For more information and to register please go to http://bis14.amsi.org.au/
We are hosting the 32nd Victorian Algebra Conference (October 2-3, 2014). Please see http://vac2014.ltumathstats.com/ for more information.
We’re growing! We’ve recruited 15 outstanding mathematical scientists in the last few years, and there’s more to come. If you’re interested in joining us, check out our current vacancies for academic positions