AMSI Summer School 2017
Where: The University of Sydney
When: 9 January – 3 February 2017
- The Biggest Maths Event: The AMSI Summer School is the biggest national event for maths students in Australia. Modelled on successful international schools, the event brings together more than 150 students from around the country for a summer of maths, stats, and fun!
- Interesting Subjects: Each year we carefully select eight subjects to ensure that some of the latest developments in Australian maths, as well as the traditional favourites are offered. You can choose a course (or two!) to suit your interest or speciality.
- Course Credit: With approval from your home university, you could use a AMSI Summer School subject to gain credit towards your degree!
- Your Career: Meet future employers at the Careers Afternoon, learn from of the country’s top lecturers, and build your networks at the social events!
- New Friends: Spend your summer meeting fellow students and peers from around the country, share your research, experiences, and find common interests to make new connections.
*please check with your home university whether you can gain credit for an AMSI Summer School subject towards your degree
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- Corals, Carbon And The Cosmos: The Story Of Hyperbolic SpaceThroughout the natural world – in corals, cactuses, sea-slugs and lettuce leaves – we see swooping, curving and crenelated forms. All these are biological manifestations of hyperbolic geometry an alternative to the Euclidean geometry we learn about in school. While nature has been playing with permutations of hyperbolic space for hundreds of millions of years, […]Read more
The AMSI Summer School is funded jointly by the Department of Education and Training and the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, with support from The University of Sydney, AustMS, ANZIAM and the BHP Billiton Foundation (part of the CHOOSEMATHS Initiative).
- RMIT University
"The Conference Dinner was a great way to unwind before the hectic revision began"
- Queensland University of Technology
"The opportunity to study topics not offered at my home institution"
- Monash University
"Meeting new people and the course Complex Networks was great"
- University of Wollongong
"The social aspect was great, it was so much fun getting to know so many students with similar interests"
- The Australian national University
"The classes were interesting, the networking opportunities were great, and I learned some new career paths at the careers afternoon"