With the meeting fast approaching, please check here regularly for announcements and updates.
The 65th Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society will be hosted by the University of Newcastle's School of Information and Physical Sciences.
Due to the current uncertainty about future government restrictions concerning the ongoing pandemic, the conference will primarily be held on-line, with all talks delivered via Zoom. There will be a face-to-face component of the conference at the University of Newcastle's City Campus, allowing participants to mingle and speakers to broadcast their Zoom talks from lecture rooms in front of a live audience.
All conference sessions will be held in Zoom, with connection details to be added later.
The face-to-face component of the AustMS21 conference will take place at the University's City Campus, in parallel with the online component of the conference. The Zoom talks of selected sessions will be streamed live in the venues, and talks can be presented live in these venues while being simultaneously broadcast over Zoom.
Please note that, due to the University of Newcastle's COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, only doubly-vaccinated participants may attend in person; please bring you proof of vaccination. Please complete the form at https://forms.gle/ZPf8oiJJoYWWUETTA to enter the necessary contact-tracing information, and to indicate which sessions you would like to attend in person. This will help us allocate live venues to sessions.
We are charging a fee to contribute to catering costs, please click on the Payment link in the Register! system to make your payment.
The conference dinner will be held at the Customs House Hotel in Newcastle.
We look forward to welcoming you to Newcastle!
The draft schedule has been added below. The programme is divided into 30 minute slots.
To be held via Zoom on Monday 6th December. See the workshop page for more information.
Thursday 9 December, 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm, at Customs House Hotel.
The 2021 AGM will be held at 4:00 pm on Thursday 9th December.
Abstract booklet will be added later.
Click on the table below to download a PDF version.
|• Gang Tian||Peking University, China, and Princeton University, USA|
|• Zeev Rudnick||Tel-Aviv University, Israel|
|• Emily Riehl||Johns Hopkins University, USA Hanna Neumann lecturer|
|• Robyn Araujo||QUT|
|• Joaquim Serra||ETH Zurich, Switzerland ECR lecturer|
|• Chris Matthews||UTS Dr Mandawuy Yunupingu lecturer|
|• Susan Scott||ANU ANZAMP lecturer|
|• Jennifer Flegg||University of Melbourne ANZIAM lecturer|
The 2021 Australian Mathematical Society Early-Career Workshop will be held online, preceding the 65th Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society. It will run on Monday 6th December.
Featuring speakers from industry and academia, the AustMS ECW 2021 aims to provide early-career mathematicians with the chance to discuss career pathways, get advice from experienced mathematicians, and (digitally) network with other early-career academics.
Registration is free and is recommended for current higher-degree research students and ECRs up to five years post-PhD. A Zoom link for the workshop sent to registered participants closer to the date of the workshop. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
|• Brian Alspach||University of Newcastle|
|• Maria Athanassenas||Department of Defence|
|• Jennifer Flegg||University of Melbourne|
|• Ivan Guo||Monash University|
|• Nina Holden||ETH Zurich|
|• Geordie Williamson||University of Sydney|
|Monday 6th December|
|11:00||Q and A|
|15:00||Q and A|
Sophie Calabretto, Valentina Wheeler, Mat Langford (local liaison).
Hover over a session name to see its organisers and abstract.
Registration is now open although submission of abstracts is now closed. Registration is for the online portion of the conference. Pricing will depend on your membership status and on whether you have research funding:
Abstract submission is done through the same system and closes on the 15th November 22nd November [NOW CLOSED].
Registration for the Early-Career Workshop can be made on this site, using the link below.
|• Chair:||Florian Breuer|
|• Secretary & Treasurer:||Juliane Turner|
|• Special Sessions:||Bishnu Lamichhane, James McCoy|
|• ECR workshop liaison:||Mat Langford|
|• WIMSIG meeting organiser:||Natalie Thamwattana|
|• Social Program:||Stephan Tornier, Ljiljana Brankovic|
|• Registration system:||John Banks|
|• Education afternoon:||Judy-anne Osborn|
|• Discord server:||Björn Rüffer|
|• Website/tech assistance:||David Allingham|
|• At large:||George Willis, JV Pinto e Silva, Fran Baker|
|• Amie Albrecht||(UNISA)|
|• Maria Athanassenas||(DSTO)|
|• Vladimir Bazhanov||(ANU)|
|• Florian Breuer||(UoN)|
|• Serena Dipierro||(UWA)|
|• Vlad Ejov||(Flinders U)|
|• Jerzy Filar||(UQ)|
|• Joanne Hall||(RMIT)|
|• Anthony Licata||(ANU)|
|• Alina Ostafe||(UNSW)|
|• Gerd Schmalz||(UNE)|
|• Natalie Thamwattana||(UoN)|
|• Chris Tisdell||(UNSW)|
|• George Willis||(UoN)|
Abstract submission closes 15th November 22nd November. Submission should be made through the registration system.
The Education Afternoon is especially crafted towards the needs and interests of school teachers; and is free for school teachers to attend. Academics from the mathematical sciences and schools of education will present on topics of diverse interest to school teachers. Some of this will also be of broader interest to those of us who teach in any of the education sectors. All are welcome.