Seminar series

The School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences runs many seminars series including the:

  • CIAM SMS Research Seminars
  • Distinguished Lecturer Series
  • Phenomics and Bioinformatics Seminars
  • Postgraduate Students' Seminar
  • SigmaOpt Seminars
  • External Seminars and Events
  • Seminar Archives

2015 Seminar Schedule




Location & Time

Friday, 16 October 2015

Professor Doreen Thomas from the University of Melbourne

Applying mathematical techniques to the design of underground mines

12noon - 1pm

Monday, 21 September 2015

Professor Joel Moitsheki from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa

Solutions for some reaction-diffusion equations

11am- 12noon

Friday, 11 September 2015

Adjunct Research Professor Mukesh Mohania, UniSA

Modeling and Processing Information in Systems of Engagement

11am — 12noon

Friday, 28 August 2015

Professor Inge Koch, Adelaide Uni

Analysis of Spatial Data from Proteomics Imaging Mass Spectrometry


Monday, 24 August 2015

A/Prof Rowena Ball, ANU

STEM the gap: science belongs to us mob too


CIAM SMS Research Seminars 

The CIAM SMS Research Seminars are mainly held at our Mawson Lakes campus. If you would like to be included on the School of Mathematics and Statistics seminar list and be advised of upcoming events, please email the Seminar Co-ordinator, Dr Bronwyn Hajek.

Distinguished Lecturer Series

For further information please see the Distinguished Lecturer Series page on the CIAM website.

Phenomics and Bioinformatics Seminars

The Phenomics and Bioinformatics Seminars are listed on the Events page on the PBRC website.

Postgraduate Students' Seminar

The School also holds an informal seminar series by the School's postgraduate students, co-ordinated by Assoc. Professor Regina Burachik.

SigmaOpt Seminars

Associate Professor Regina Burachik is the Secretary of the ANZIAM Special Interest Group in Mathematical Optimisation (SigmaOpt). The full schedule of SigmaOpt Seminars, including those held at other universities (but available to view here via the Access Grid) can be found here.

External seminars and events

Listings of external seminars and events, some of which are available to view via the Access Grid room, is available on the following site:

Seminar archives

Areas of study and research

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