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Professor Ian Jacobs, President and Vice-Chancellor at UNSW, invites you to the Professorial...


40 postgraduate students, research across diverse areas of maths & stats! Following on from the...


"Colors of Math" film screening: The School of Mathematics and Statistics is hosting the...


This year's Advanced Mathematics Day event is set to be held on Wednesday 23rd September. We invite...



Elliptic Curves over Quadratic Fields
Michael Carr

A Modern User Interface for Mathematics Education
Chong Wang

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

ROM and HPC Framework with Analysis for Stochastic Wave Propagation Models: Part I
M. Ganesh

Explaining Credit Default Swap Spreads by Means of Realized Jumps and Volatilities in the Energy Market
Dr Katja Ignatieva

ROM and HPC Framework with Analysis for Stochastic Wave Propagation Models: Part II
Stuart Hawkins

Spotlight on...

Third year Advanced Mathematics student Daniel Altman is one to watch! He's started to amass quite a collection of prizes for his outstanding academic performance. In his interview, Daniel reveals what he likes about maths, the challenges of studying it, his interests away from uni, and more.

An exponential sum is obtained by adding up certain types of complex numbers. Such sums are used in the solution of various problems in number theory. When the sums are plotted in the complex plane, the resulting plot can be very intricate and beautiful.

This article explores some features of exponential sums and their graphs... just for fun.

Read the full article.