Faculty of Science AMSI Summer School 2013

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Melbourne welcomes masters, honours and postgraduate students from around Australia to the 11th Annual Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Summer School. 

The School is an exciting opportunity to improve your mathematical skills and meet other students. The program is packed with additional events - BBQ's, guest lectures, a Careers Session, the annual dinner and more.

The summer school will offer 8 courses and runs from 7 January to 1 February 2013.

School Program: timetable
Subject timetables and venues: timetable

Special event: Career Session, Spot Basement Theatre, 198 Berkeley St

Special seminars: Self-similar groups by Lawrence Reeves. Tue 8 January, 2.15pm, Michell Theatre.
Special seminars: On De-Klein-ing Lie's by Yi Huang. Tue 15 January, 5.15pm, Michell Theatre.
Special seminars: An unexpectedly complicated way to compute factorials by Richard Brak. Wed 23 January, 2.15pm, Russell Love Theatre.
Special seminars: Evolutionary perspectives on discounting, public goods and collective behavior by Simon Levin. Mon 28 January, 1.00pm, Michell Theatre.

News: Please register here for the Simons lecture. See Events for more information.


For more details of the program and financial support see the course synopses and frequently asked questions. The first registration deadline is Friday 2 November 2012.

Contact: amsi2013@ms.unimelb.edu.au


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