Tools for Mathematical Computation

Location: V206 Mathematics Building
Date: 10:00 am, Tue, 16th Sep 2014

As part of Jon Borwein's Experimental Mathematics Course, he is exploring the uses of the currently available tools for mathematical computation. Each lecture should be independently accessible, so feel free to drop in.


2014 Mathematics Research Expo

Location: V215 Mathematics Building
Date: 12:30 pm, Tue, 16th Sep 2014

The mathematics discipline is holding a research expo. There will be food and drinks provided, with posters and the Access Grid facilities on display, as well as a (very) short presentation at 1 pm. This is a chance to discover opportunities for summer research, honours, research higher degrees and scholarships, and to discuss mathematics research with the staff and students of the University of Newcastle.


"Convex duality for entropy optimization"
Laureate Prof Jon Borwein

Location: V205 Mathematics Building
Date: 1:00 pm, Thu, 18th Sep 2014

Mathematica Presentation

Location: ()
Date: 10:30 am, Fri, 19th Sep 2014

Presentation from Wolfram about Mathematica.

These are the events in the next 7 days. For more, see the events page.


Coming up: NTDU : Number Theory Down Under! (24-25 October, 2014)


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Selected quotation

In the 1960s, much of economic theory strived to prove that the results from idealized classical economics still held sway as economists made their models more realistic, Diamond said at an MIT press conference after the prize was announced. He preferred to let the improved models lead where they may. "It seemed to me that a better approach was to think about real dynamics and see where they go," he says. "Maybe they go to the [classical] equilibrium solution and maybe they don't."

(Adrian Cho)

In Why Some Unemployment Is Inevitable in Science 11 October 2010: Peter Diamond, 70, of MIT; Dale Mortensen, 71, of Northwestern; and Christopher Pissarides, 62, of the LSE shared the 2010 Economics prize.


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.