Lectures introducing different aspects of Mathematical Research
Wednesdays from 12.30pm to 2.00pm
Sponsored by the Australian Signals Directorate
The AMSI Summer School 2017 hosts Lunchtime Lectures to introduce students to different aspects of mathematical research completed by academics and their collaborators. This series of lectures is sponsored by the Australian Signals Directorate.
AMSI and the University of Sydney are pleased to announce the following speakers and their talk topics (subject to change):
Note: Lunchtime Lectures for Summer School 2017 will be listed below, as they are confirmed.
|Associate Professor Catherine Greenhill||The University of New South Wales||Hamilton cycles in random hypergraphs|
|Professor Holger Dullin||The University of Sydney||Non-rigid body dynamics, twisting somersault, and geometric phase|
|Associate Professor Wendy Davis||The University of Sydney||The AMSI Intern program|
|Professor Robyn Overall||The University of Sydney||Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE): Plugging the leaking pipeline|