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CARMA-Related News

  • 20th July, 2020
    "My Research Journey in Mathematics"

    On 18th July 2020, CARMA mathematician Bishnu Lamichhane gave a talk to the Nepalese Mathematics Society on "My Research Journey in Mathematics".
  • 20th July, 2020
    Member talk at ANU on PDEs

    On 20th April 2020, CARMA mathematician Bishnu Lamichhane gave a talk to MSI at ANU, on "Mixed Finite Element Methods for 4th and 6th Order Partial Differential Equations".
  • 6th July, 2020
    George Willis at the Children's University

    Laureate Prof. George Willis has recorded a 10-minute video, "The mathematics of symmetry", for the Children's University describing his work on symmetry. The target audience is 7 to 14 years of age.

    Watch the video

  • 30th March, 2020
    New book of papers devoted to memory of Jonathan Borwein

    The proceedings of the Jonathan M. Borwein Commemorative Conference have been published. From Analysis to Visualization: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Jonathan M. Borwein is a compilation of research papers devoted to Jon's memory, and a synopsis is available here.

    The volume has been published by Springer, and is available for purchase from the Springer website, or from Amazon.com.

  • 12th February, 2020
    Mike Meylan wins Cherry Ripe Prize!

    CARMA's Mike Meylan jointly won the Cherry Ripe Prize, along with with Prof. Peter Taylor from the University of Melbourne, at this year's ANZIAM conference. The prize is awarded to the best presentation by an established academic voted by students.
  • 3rd February, 2020
    CARMA advisor Tony Guttmann appointed to Order of Australia

    Congratulations are due to Professor Tony Guttmann, a member of CARMA's external advisory committee since its founding, who was appointed as a member of the Order of Australia (AM) in this year's Australia Day honours. Professor Guttmann was honoured for his significant service to the mathematical sciences and to education. Read the AMSI press release here.