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A free public lecture by Professor Terry Speed, 2014 Eureka Prize for Leadership in Science...


This course is designed as an overview of statistical design and analysis for researchers. There is...


46 postgraduate students, 100 person-years of research, 1 day! The School Postgraduate Conference...


Dear female students, female Honours students, female postgraduate students, female post-docs,...


UNSW-CSIRO WORKSHOP Risk: modelling, optimization and inference  (with applications in Finance,...



Infinity, does it exist? A debate
James Franklin and Norman Wildberger

What is the probability that a random quadratic form is isotropic?
Tom Fisher

Uniform Convergence on Nonlinear Cointegrating Regression
Dr Nigel Chan

Heat kernel estimates with applications to analysis on manifolds
Prof Thierry Coulhon

Tropical Instability Waves and Equatorial Mixing in the Pacific Ocean
Ryan Holmes

Improving Climate Model ENSO Validation with new Climate Pseudo-Proxies
Brian Powell

Collapsed Variational Bayes for Model Selection
Dr John Ormerod

Cancer-immune dynamics of oncolytic virotherapy and dendritic cell vaccines
Dr. Peter Kim

A species distribution model uses mathematics to describe how environmental variables can affect the presence of a certain species of animal or plant.  An interdisciplinary group of researchers at UNSW use statistics, mathematical computation and ecology to create finely-tuned species distribution models.These models can be used to predict locations where a rare species might be found, or to help us to understand the potential threats to a species due to urban encroachment or climate change.

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