Date: 9:00 am, Sat, 12th Dec 2015
More details will be added closer to the event.
These are the events in the next 7 days. For more, see the events page.
Congratulations to Cameron Rogers
Cameron received an Honourable Mention for his talk "Using Random walks to estimate the shape of Folner Sets" at the 8th Australia and New Zealand Mathematics Convention in Melbourne last week.
More promotion: PROF Ljiljana Brankovic
CARMA member Ljiljana Brankovic has been promoted to full professor. Congratulations!
Matt Tam awarded CTAC prize for talk
CARMA PhD student Matthew Tam has been awarded one of four student prizes for his talk "Reflection Methods for Inverse Problems" at the biennial Computation Techniques and Applications ... [READ MORE]
"The work then proceeds in a manner unique to science. Because practitioners publish their work electronically, through the e-print archives at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, the entire community can read a paper hours after its authors finish typing the last footnote. As a result, no one theorist or even a collaboration does definitive work. Instead, the field progresses like a jazz performance: A few theorists develop a theme, which others quickly take up and elaborate. By the time it's fully developed, a few dozen physicists, working anywhere from Princeton to Bombay to the beaches of Santa Barbara, may have played important parts."
From "String Theorists Find a Rosetta Stone" on page 513 of Science, 23rd July, 1999
Membership to CARMA offers many benefits and is available by invitation to all University of Newcastle academic staff. Associate membership, also by invitation, is available to external researchers and practitioners for three-year renewable terms. Associate members are expected to visit CARMA with some frequency, typically for a total of three to four weeks in a year, and to be involved in one or more ongoing research projects with CARMA members. CARMA is able to assist with the travel and living costs of such visits.