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Inference for Social Network Models from Egocentrically-Sampled Data
Dr Pavel Krivitsky

Modelling atherosclerotic plaque formation: Boundaries, balances and bifurcations
Prof. Mary Myerscough

Some Recent Advances of Polynomial Optimization: going back and forth between the "polynomial world'' and the "convexity world''.
Guoyin Li

Importance sampling simulation of queues with time-varying rates
Assoc/Prof Ad Ridder

Ranked Set Sampling (RSS) versus Simple Random Sampling (SRS) in the Estimation of the population Mean
Dr Ganes Ganesalingam

Spotlight on...

Third year BCom/BSc (Advanced Mathematics) student, Dorothy Cheung, speaks about her experiences studying maths at UNSW, her Girls Do The Maths Scholarship, and her advice for young girls who are interested in mathematics.

What is the best way to distribute a large number of points on the surface of a sphere? There are many answers to this question, depending on what you mean by "best". Many of these problems have intrigued researchers for many years, and some are still unsolved today.

Applications of this research range from modelling the Earth's climate to the design of golf balls.

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