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Events

The School of Mathematics and Statistics at UNSW runs an annual series of free, one-day workshops...

16
May

 The School of Mathematics and Statistics is proud to host this public lecture by esteemed...

27
May

Talented Students' Day is an annual event run for students by The Mathematical Association of New...

19
Jun

 The ABC in Sydney workshop will be held as a satellite to the joint IMS-ASC international...

3
Jul

The UNSW School of Mathematics and Statistics is a proud sponsor of the Australian Statistical...

7
Jul

Seminars

Computation of isotropic random fields on spheres via needlet decomposition
Yu Guang Wang

On some algebraic and arithmetic aspects in polynomial dynamics
Alina Ostafe

In combinatorics, graphs consist of a set of objects, called vertices, with some pairs of vertices joined by an edge (to show that they are related in some way). Many researchers in different areas (including physics, biology and computer science) use graphs to model the network or system that they are studying.

Research into graph theory at UNSW goes right back to Prof. George Szekeres, who joined the School in 1964, and continues today with the study of random graphs.

Read the full article.