CARMA Research Groups
Leader: Jeff Hogan
Leader: Ali Eshragh
Leader: Liz Stojanovski
Leader: Mike Meylan
Leader: Florian Breuer
Leader: George Willis
CTAC2020: Fillipe Georgiou wins Best Student Presentation
CARMA PhD student Fillipe Georgiou has been awarded the "best student presentation" award at the 2020 Computational Techniques and Applications Conference. This conference provides a forum for researchers intere... [READ MORE]
"My Research Journey in Mathematics"
On 18th July 2020, CARMA mathematician Bishnu Lamichhane gave a talk to the Nepalese Mathematics Society on "My Research Journey in Mathematics".
Member talk at ANU on PDEs
On 20th April 2020, CARMA mathematician Bishnu Lamichhane gave a talk to MSI at ANU, on "Mixed Finite Element Methods for 4th and 6th Order Partial Differential Equations".
"The edge of the universe: the mathematics behind the 2020 Nobel prize in physics"
Dr Matthew Langford
4:00 pm, Wed, 28th Oct 2020
VG10, Mathematics Building
Mon, 9th Nov 2020 — Fri, 13th Nov 2020
V205, Mathematics Building
The cryosphere is one of the critical components of the earth climate systems, and it has been the subject of significant transformation in recent years in response to climate change. There are several mathematical challenges to modelling this system, and the program aims to bring other researchers who are experts in the mathematical modelling of ice sheets and sea ice, two related but separated parts of the cryosphere. We anticipate the workshop will run for five days, with the first day being devoted to introductory lectures and the final day been given over to focused research sessions. Visit the workshop webpage for further information.
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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 each 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.