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*****THIS TALK HAS BEEN CANCELLED**** Apologies for any inconvenience       Abstract: When two...


  Arithmetical dynamical systems, that is, dynamical systems generated by iterations of rational...


  This public lecture by Prof. Franco Vivaldi from Queen Mary, University of London, will be aimed...



Multilevel Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods with Applications in Subsurface Flow
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Statistics lecturer Dr Joanna Wang, whose interest in stats evolved in first year uni, agrees with Google’s Chief Economist that statistics is “sexy” because data is “EVERYWHERE”.
She is currently collaborating on research into helmet safety, and says the mix of teaching and research is “exactly what I wanted”.

One of the oldest disciplines in mathematics, going back to the work of Pythagoras and Euclid, geometry in modern mathematics takes on a multitude of forms. This age-old discipline is still seeing transformation and new discoveries - quite a few of them happening here at UNSW!

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