Australia’s largest national event for students in mathematical sciences will be held at UNSW Sydney in January 2019.
The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Summer School is a four-week residential school providing students from across Australia with the opportunity to develop their mathematical skills, meet like-minded people, and network with potential future employers.
The AMSI Summer School 2019 program offers eight carefully selected subjects to ensure the latest developments in Australian maths are offered to students, some of which may not be offered at a home university. Students can choose to study one or two courses and, with permission from a home university, students can use an AMSI Summer School subject to gain credit towards their degree.
The School is primarily for honours and postgraduate students in the mathematical sciences and cognate disciplines, but other students are welcome to apply. Courses include
- Mathematics of Planet Earth : Dr Shane Keating (UNSW Sydney) and A/Prof Lisa Alexander (UNSW Climate Change Research Centre)
- PDE Methods and Models in Mathematical Biology : A/Prof Peter Kim (U. Sydney)
- Mathematical Methods for Machine Learning : Dr Zdravko Botev (UNSW Sydney)
Visit the Summer School homepage for more details and to register.