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    Sat, July 8, 2017 - Fri, July 28, 2017

    Integrability in Low-­Dimensional Quantum Systems

    Dates: July 2017, TBA
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia

    Selection of confirmed participants

    • Zoltan Bajnok (Wigner Hungary)
    • Paul Fendley (Oxford, UK)
    • Andreas Klümper (Wuppertal, Germany)
    • Atsuo Kuniba (Tokyo, Japan)
    • Rafael Nepomechie (Miami, USA)
    • Jorgen Rasmussen (University of Queensland)

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    • Murray Batchelor (Australian National University)
    • Patrick Dorey (Durham University, UK)
    • Giuseppe Mussardo (SISSA Trieste, Italy)
    • Chaiho Rim (Sogang University Seoul, Korea)

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    Mon, November 20, 2017 - Fri, December 8, 2017

    Mathematics of Risk

    Dates: 20 Nov.– 8 Dec. 2017
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia

    Selection of confirmed participants

    • Sergey Foss (Heriot-Watt University, UK)
    • Yuri Kabanov (University of Franche-Comte, France)
    • Ross Maller (Australian National University)
    • Yuliya Mishura (T. Shevchenko Kiev State Univ., Russia)
    • Marek Musiela (University of Oxford, UK)
    • Albert Shiryaev (Steklov Institute, Russia)

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    • Kostya Borovkov (Univ. Melbourne)
    • Kais Hamza (Monash University)
    • Masaaki Kijima (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Japan)
    • Alex Novikov (University of Technology Sydney)
    • Peter Taylor (The Univ. Melbourne)

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    Sun, November 26, 2017 - Sat, December 2, 2017

    Tutte Centenary Retreat MatriX logo

    Dates: 26 Nov.– 2 Dec. 2017
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia


    • Marston Conder (Univ. Auckland, NZ)
    • Graham Farr (Monash University)
    • Dillon Mayhew (Victoria Univ. Wellington, NZ)
    • Kerri Morgan (Monash University)
    • James Oxley (Louisiana State University, USA)
    • Gordon Royle (University of Western Australia)

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  • 11/29/17--00:00: EMAC 2017
  • Wed, November 29, 2017 - Fri, December 1, 2017

    EMAC is the biennial meeting of the Engineering Mathematics Group (EMG), a special interest group of the Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM) division.

    This meeting provides a forum for researchers interested in the development and use of mathematical methods in engineering and applied mathematics. It aims to foster interactions between mathematicians and engineers, from both academia and industry.

    A long-running feature of EMAC is the inclusion of special sessions on engineering/mathematics education focusing on the needs of both engineering and applied mathematics undergraduates.

    The 13th EMAC will be held in Auckland, New Zealand from 29th November – 1st December 2017. For more information, please contact us at


    • Alys Clark, Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland
    • Richard Clarke, Department of Engineering Science, University of Auckland

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    Mon, October 16, 2017 - Sat, October 28, 2017

    Combinatorics, Statistical Mechanics and Conformal Field Theory

    Dates: 29 Oct.– 18 November 2017
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia

    Program Description

    This program will gather leading experts in and around the area where statistical mechanics, integrability, CFT and combinatorics meet and in some sense overlap. A primary goal of the program is to encourage research collaborations across the traditional divides between the research communities interested in the separate disciplines.

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    • Vladimir Korepin (Stony Brook Univ., USA)
    • Vladimir Mangazeev (Australian National Univ.)
    • Bernard Nienhuis (Univ. Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    • Jorgen Rasmussen (Univ. Queensland)

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    Mon, October 16, 2017 - Sat, October 28, 2017

    Elliptic Partial Differential Equations of Second Order:
    Celebrating 40 Years of Gilbarg and Trudinger’s Book

    Dates: 16–28 October 2017
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia

    Program Description

    In 2017, it will be 40 years since the publication of Gilbarg and Trudinger’s Elliptic Partial Differential Equations of Second Order. We celebrate this with a program to link the past research with the future perspectives, by discussing what the important developments in the area during these forty years have been and what are the new trends of contemporary research. Particular attention will be given to some of the topics in which the book served as a great source of inspiration, such as

    • fully nonlinear PDEs
    • viscosity solutions
    • Hessian equations
    • optimal transport
    • stochastic point of view
    • geometric flows

    and so on.

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    • Lucio Boccardo (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
    • Florica-Corina Cîrstea (Univ. Sydney)
    • Julie Clutterbuck (Monash Univ.)
    • L. Craig Evans (Univ. California Berkeley, USA)
    • Enrico Valdinoci (Univ. Melbourne)

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    Tue, June 13, 2017 - Fri, June 23, 2017

    Computational Inverse Problems

    Dates: 13–23 June 2017
    Venue: University of Melbourne, Creswick campus
    Water Street, Creswick, Victoria, 3363, Australia

    Key participants

    • Max Gunzburger (Florida State Univ., USA)
    • Heikki Hario (Lappeenranta Univ. Tech., Finland)
    • Youssef Marzouk (MIT, USA)
    • Robert Scheichl (Univ. Bath, UK)
    • Karen Willcox (MIT, USA)

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    • Tiangang Cui (Monash Univ.)
    • Hans De Sterck (Monash Univ.)
    • Markus Hegland (Australian National Univ.)
    • Youssef Marzouk (Massachusetts Inst. Tech., USA)
    • Ian Turner (Queensland Univ. Tech.)
    • Karen Willcox (Massachusetts Inst. Tech., USA)

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    Mon, September 25, 2017 - Fri, September 29, 2017

    Jonathan M. Borwein The University of Newcastle will be holding a conference to commemorate the life and work of Laureate Professor Jonathan Borwein, whose contribution to mathematics and the mathematical community has been vast, and cut short by his unexpected passing in 2016: (see website).

    Dates: 25–29 September 2017
    Venue: “Noah's on the Beach”, Newcastle, Australia

    The conference will be held 25–29 September 2017 at one of Jon's favourite venues, "Noah's on the Beach" overlooking the ocean at Newcastle. Registration will be available shortly at

    The breadth and impact of Jon's achievements in mathematics and its advocacy are extraordinary. These will be commemorated in five themes around which the conference will be organised:

    Each theme will be opened by a keynote address by the chair or delegated key collaborator of Jon in the area, reflecting upon Jon's work in the field and its impact.

    All talks are by invitation. Anyone interested in speaking should contact the chair of the relevant theme or the overall conference chair to request an invitation. While we will do our best to fit you in, the number of talks is limited and we expect interest will be high, so don't be disappointed if we are unable to accommodate you.

    A proceedings will be published by Springer, edited by Brailey Sims.


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    Mon, July 17, 2017 - Fri, July 21, 2017

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    The AMSI/AustMS 2017 Workshop in Harmonic Analysis and its Applications

    Dates: 17–21 July 2017
    Venue : Macquarie University, Sydney

    Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) have important roles in fundamental and applied mathematical research with extensive applications to other research fields such as complex analysis, mathematical modelling, signal processing, medical imaging.

    This workshop, organised on the occasion of Professor Xuan Duong turning 60 in 2017, will bring the leading experts from all over the world including USA, Europe and Asia to Australia to be together with Australian experts as well as early career researchers and PhD. students. The reports to be presented will be the most recent significant developments and future directions of Harmonic Analysis and PDEs. The workshop will also provide time and ample opportunities for discussions, research collaborations for the participants, and foster potential collaborations in the future.


    • The Anh Bui (Macquarie Univ., Australia)
    • Qui Bui (Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand)
    • Thierry Coulhon (Paris Sciences et Lettres Research Univ., France)
    • Daniel Daners (Univ. Sydney, Australia)
    • Yihong Du (Univ. of New England, Australia)
    • Tom ter Elst (Univ. Auckland, New Zealand)
    • Andrew Hassell (Australian National Univ.)
    • Daniel Hauer (Univ. Sydney, Australia)
    • Soonsik Kwon (Korea Advanced Inst. of Science and Technology)
    • Michael Lacey (Georgia Tech., USA)
    • Sanghyuk Lee (Seoul National Univ., South Korea)
    • Songying Li (Univ. of California Irvine, USA)
    • Hongquan Li (Fudan University, China)
    • Chin-Cheng Lin (NCU, Taiwan)
    • Zhengjian Lou (Shantou Univ., China)
    • El Maati Ouhabaz (Univ. Bordeaux, France)
    • Cristina Pereyra (Univ. New Mexico, USA)
    • Carlos Perez (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Spain)
    • Jill Pipher (Brown Univ., USA)
    • Pierre Portal (Australian National Univ.)
    • Tao Qian (Macau Univ., Macau)
    • Zhongwei Shen (Univ. of Kentucky, USA)
    • Neil Trudinger (Australian National Univ.)
    • Adam Sikora (Macquarie Univ., Australia)
    • Brett D. Wick (Washington Univ. in St Louis, USA)
    • Xiaohua Yao (Central China Normal Univ., China)


    opens 15 March and closes 15 July 2017.
    Please download the registration form and send completed forms to



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  • 09/24/17--00:00: WIMSIG Conference 2017
  • Sun, September 24, 2017 - Tue, September 26, 2017


    WIMSIG Conference 2017: Celebration of Women in Australian Mathematical Sciences

    Dates: 24–26 September 2017
    Venue: University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide

    The Women in Mathematics group of the Australian Mathematical Society is organizing Australia's first research conference showcasing the research of women in the mathematical sciences. The conference welcomes people of any gender. All the research talks will be given by women. Mathematical science will be broadly interpreted to include:

    • pure mathematics
    • applied mathematics
    • mathematical statistics
    • applied statistics
    • biostatistics
    • bioinformatics
    • mathematical biology
    • mathematical physics
    • mathematics in industry, etc.

    Confirmed plenary speakers:

    We are planning

    • special sessions
    • plenary speakers
    • poster session
    • conference dinner
    • panel on gender equity in the mathematical sciences and beyond
    • professional development workshop.

    Childcare will be available. We hope to offer some travel support, primarily for students and early-career researchers. Both female researchers and senior leaders (of any gender) in our discipline will find it eye-opening and inspiring to be in a majority-female research environment, even for a few days.

    If you’re considering participating or would just like to be kept informed, please take a moment to fill out the brief Expression of Interest form on the conference website:
    That will help us with our planning.


    will open soon, via the conference website.

    We warmly invite you to join us for this unique and exciting conference, which offers opportunities to hear Australia’s upcoming female mathematicians present their research, to build and extend research collaborations, to develop one’s professional skills, to consider how gender affects the development of mathematical careers, and to network with women in the Australian mathematical sciences.

    Be part of this landmark event!

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  • 07/17/17--00:00: IWOCA 2017
  • Mon, July 17, 2017 - Fri, July 21, 2017

    IWOCA 2017

    28th International Workshop on Combinatorial Algorithms

    Dates: 17–21 July 2017
    Venue: Newcastle, Australia

    This is a very special IWOCA, dedicated to the memory of Prof. Mirka Miller. Mirka was one of the founders of IWOCA (then known as AWOCA) and had attended many gatherings of this workshop since its initiation in 1988. She had been an active member of the IWOCA Steering Committee since its inception in 2006.

    The series of IWOCA conferences grew out of over 25 years history of the International (since 2007) respectively Australasian (until 2006) Workshops on Combinatorial Algorithms. Previous IWOCA and AWOCA meetings have been held in Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, UK, and the US.

    Previous IWOCAs can be found at


    We solicit high-quality papers in the broad area of combinatorial algorithms.
    The topics include (but are not restricted to):

    • Complexity Theory
    • Graph Theory & Combinatorics
    • Combinatorial Optimization
    • Cryptography & Information Security
    • Algorithms on Strings & Graphs
    • Graph Drawing & Labelling
    • Computational Algebra & Geometry
    • Computational Biology
    • Probabilistic & Randomised Algorithms
    • Algorithms for Big Data Analytics
    • New Paradigms of Computation

    Invited Speakers

    Organising Committee

    • Ljiljana Brankovic – co-chair
    • Joe Ryan – co-chair
    • Stephan Chalup
    • Yuqing Lin
    • Alexandre Mendes
    • Nasimul Noman
    • Mira Park
    • Juliane Turner
    • Mujiangshan Wang

    Program Committee

    • Donald Adjeroh (West Virginia University)
    • Hideo Bannai (Kyushu University)
    • Cristina Bazgan (University Paris Dauphine)
    • Ljiljana Brankovic (University of Newcastle, co-chair)
    • Pino Cabellero-Gil (University of La Laguna)
    • Charles Colbourn (Arizona State University)
    • Tatjana Davidovic (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts)
    • Vlad Estivill-Castro (Griffith University)
    • Graham Farr (Monash University)
    • Michael Fellows (University of Bergen)
    • Gabriele Fici (University of Palermo)
    • Serge Gaspers (University of New South Wales)
    • Pinar Heggernes (University of Bergen)
    • Seok-Hee Hong (University of Sydney)
    • Peter Horak (University of Washington, Tacoma)
    • Jesper Jansson (Kyoto University)
    • Ralf Klasing (CNRS Bordeaux)
    • Christian Komusiewicz (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
    • Jan Kratochvil (Charles University)
    • Thierry Lecroq (University of Rouen)
    • Zsuzsanna Lipták (University of Verona)
    • Petra Mutzel (TU Dortmund)
    • Kunsoo Park (Seoul National University)
    • Vangelis Paschos (University Paris Dauphine)
    • Christophe Paul (CNRS Montpellier)
    • Solon Pissis (King's College London)
    • Simon J. Puglisi (University of Helsinki)
    • Gordon Royle (University of Western Australia)
    • Frances Rosamond (University of Bergen)
    • Frank Ruskey (University of Victoria)
    • Joe Ryan (University of Newcastle) – co-chair
    • Oliver Schaudt (University of Köln)
    • Andrea Semaničová-Feňovčíková (Technical University of Kosice)
    • Jamie Simpson (Murdoch University)
    • Michiel Smid (Carleton University)
    • Bill Smyth (McMaster University) – co-chair
    • Sue Whitesides (University of Victoria)
    • Christos Zaroliagis (University of Patras)

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  • 07/04/17--00:00: SoCG 2017
  • Tue, July 4, 2017 - Fri, July 7, 2017

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    33rd Symposium on Computational Geometry, 2017

    The Computational Geometry Week (CG Week 2017) is the premier international forum for advances in computational geometry and its many applications.

    Dates: 4–7 July 2017
    Venue: Brisbane, Queensland

    CG week combines a number of events, most notably the

    • 33rd International Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG 2017)
    • associated multimedia exposition
    • workshops
    • Young Researchers Forum.

    2017 is the third year that SoCG is organized as an independent conference.

    Please see the Computational Geometry Pages for details on the community's decision.


    • 6th Annual Minisymposium on Computational Topology (2 days)
      Organizer(s): Mickaël Buchet, Emerson G. Escolar, Clément Maria, and Bei Wang
    • Algorithms for the Medial Axis
      Organizer(s): Erin Chambers, Tao Ju, and David Letscher
    • Geometric Perspectives in Graph Drawing and Information Visualization
      Organizer(s): Steven Chaplick and Kevin Verbeek
    • Tutorial on Probabilistic Graphical Models: A Geometric and Topological View
      Organizer(s): Chao Chen and Qinfeng (Javen) Shi
    • Workshop on Practical Methods for Solving Computational Geometry Problems
      Organizer(s): Sándor Fekete
    • Workshop on "Geometric aspects of materials science" (2 days)
      Organizer(s): Vanessa Robins, Ileana Streinu, Monique Teillaud
    • The 2nd Workshop on Geometry and Machine Learning
      Organizer(s): Jinhui Xu and Jeff M. Phillips

    Related Conferences

    CG Week attendees might also be interested in:

    • CATS 2017 — Computational & Algorithmic Topology
      Sydney, Australia, June 27 – 1 July, 2017.
    • IWOCA 2017 — 28th International Workshop on Combinatorial Algorithms
      Newcastle, Australia, July 17–21, 2017.

    Local Organizing Committee

    Benjamin Burton, (Univ. Queensland)
    School of Mathematics and Physics
    The University of Queensland, 4072, Australia

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  • 06/27/17--00:00: CATS 2017 Sydney
  • Tue, June 27, 2017 - Sat, July 1, 2017

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    CATS2017 — Computational & Algorithmic Topology, Sydney

    Dates: Tuesday 27 June – Saturday 1 July 2017
    Venue: The University of Sydney, Australia


    This workshop at the University of Sydney will bring together experts and emerging researchers from Australia, the USA and Europe to report on recent results and explore future directions in computational and algorithmic topology and related areas. There will be a focus on problems in low-dimensional geometry and topology, and on the development of practical algorithms and their implementation. This is an area with an abundance of computational and algorithmic challenges, where practical solutions to many solvable problems, such as the homeomorphism problem, remain elusive. This workshop aims to stimulate interaction between researchers in order to bring about new collaborations on difficult problems that cannot be tackled from one viewpoint alone. We plan to have introductory talks on the first three days of the workshop, followed by research talks on the remaining two days.

    The timing for this workshop is chosen to allow participants at SoCG 2017 two days for collaboration, sight seeing and travel to Brisbane!

    Introductory Lectures

    • Serge Gaspers (Univ. New South Wales)
      Parameterised complexity
    • Monique Teillaud (INRIA Nancy, France)
      Delaunay triangulations
    • Vanessa Robins (Australian National Univ.)
      Discrete Morse theory
    • Hyam Rubinstein (Univ. Melbourne)
    • Abby Thompson (UC Davis, USA)
      Thin position

    Research talks

    • Erin Chambers (Saint Louis Univ., USA)
    • Murray Elder (Univ. Newcastle)
    • Joel Hass (UC Davis, USA)
    • Rob Kirby (UC Berkeley, USA)
    • Dave Letscher (Saint Louis Univ.)
    • Clément Maria (Univ. Queensland)
    • Jessica Purcell (Monash Univ.)
    • Hyam Rubinstein (Univ. Melbourne)
    • Hubert Wagner (IST Austria)
    • Yusu Wang (Ohio State Univ., USA)

    In addition, participants are given the opportunity to submit contributed talks.


    Please register by e-mailing with the following information:

    • Which days will you participate in the workshop?
    • Will you attend the conference dinner on Friday evening?
    • Are you a student?
    • Would you like to give a talk?

    A small fee will be collected at the event to contribute towards catering costs (AUD 20 for AMSI members and AUD 25 for non-AMSI members) and (if applicable) the conference dinner (around AUD 50, BYO). Reduced fees apply to students.

    Please consult the conference website for more information.

    We hope to see you in June


    • Robert Haraway (Univ. Sydney)
    • Joshua Howie (Monash Univ.)
    • Stephan Tillmann (Univ. Sydney)

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    Mon, July 24, 2017 - Thu, July 27, 2017

    Interactions Between Semigroups and Operator Algebras

    Dates: 24–27 July 2017
    Venue: Noah's on the Beach, Newcastle, NSW, Australia

    The aim of this workshop is to bring together the world's foremost experts on the theory of semigroups and their relationships to other fields of mathematics such as operator algebras and totally disconnected locally compact groups. This workshop will allow the international leaders in the field to come to Australia to teach young Australian ECRs, and to forge new collaborations with Australian mathematicians.

    Operator algebras associated to semigroups can be traced back to a famous theorem of Coburn from the 1960s. The theory has recently been reinvigorated through Xin Li's construction of semigroup C*-algebras. Li's construction has introduced new and interesting classes of C*-algebras, which have deep connections to number theory and dynamical systems. One connection that will be thoroughly explored through this meeting is that to the representation theory of totally disconnected locally compact groups.

    Invited speakers

    • Nadia Larsen (Univ. Oslo)
    • Xin Li (Queen Mary Univ. London)
    • Jacqui Ramagge (Univ. Sydney)


    is now open, please visit our page at Eventbrite.
    The cost is $110 for people at AMSI member organisations and $220 for others.

    Organising Committee

    • Dr Dave Robertson (Univ. Newcastle)
    • Dr Nathan Brownlowe (Univ. Sydney)
    • Juliane Turner (Univ. Newcastle)
      — contact:, Tel. (02) 492 15483

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  • 12/04/17--00:00: 5ICC
  • Mon, December 4, 2017 - Sat, December 9, 2017

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    5th International Combinatorics Conference

    Dates: 4–9 December 2017
    Venue: Monash University, Clayton campus, Melbourne

    5ICC is the fifth in a series of major combinatorics conferences that are run once per decade by the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia. Researchers in any area of combinatorics (interpreted broadly) are warmly invited. Students are also encouraged to attend, and there will be a prize for the best student talk.

    Plenary Speakers:

    In the week prior to 5ICC, the Tutte Centenary Retreat will be held at The Mathematical Research Institute MATRIX to celebrate 100 years since the birth of Bill Tutte.

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