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Real World Maths in Action 2006

Maths in Action 2006! REAL, interactive, informative and fun! Experience one of Victoria’s premier showcases of applied mathematics and careers for mathematics and statistics graduates. read more

Six Twenty Magazine Volume Two

Six Twenty Magazine Volume Two: An interesting and informative look at the Department. (pdf - 5.2MB) read more

Opening Ceremony of Michell Theatre and Nanson and Wilson computer laboratories

Friday 10 March 2006 @ 04:15 pm - 06:15 pm Michell Theatre, Richard Berry building The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is pleased to invite read more

Manifolds at Melbourne -- 17th - 20th January 2006

This workshop will cover areas around 3-manifolds, including geometric structures, flows and minimal surfaces, knot theory and geometric group theory. It follows on from the NZMI workshop from January read more

Six Twenty Magazine Volume One: An interesting and informative look at the Department...

Six Twenty Magazine Volume One: An interesting and informative look at the Department, including a feature article with Dr Karl Kruszelnicki and Adam Spencer from Triple J Radio/ABC TV. (pdf read more

Real World Maths kicks into action on June 16, 2004

Real World Maths in Action! is one of Victoria?s premier showcases read more

New ARC Linkage Grant with BHP-Billiton gets off the ground

BHP-Billiton and staff from the Department are pooling their mathematics talents to address problems in mine optimisation, as this press release on December 9th 2003 describes: New read more

MORe makes The Australian's Business Survey Series, November 18th 2003

"Efficacy can be a mathematical certainty" is the title of an article that appeared on November 18th, 2003, on page 5 of The Australian's special Business Logistics Supplement, published as part of its read more

Simplicity wins in the Atomic Force Microscope

Dr John Sader, from the University of Melbourne, discovered a designflaw in a key component of the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM). He 'used established mechanical principles to prove that the popular V-shaped read more