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hp-BEM for frictional contact problems in linear elasticity
Ernst P. Stephan

New directions in matroidal coding theory
Thomas Britz

Estimating turbulent mixing by ocean eddies using superresolved satellite observations
Shane Keating

Hodges' Superefficiency and Oracle Property in Model Selection
Assoc/Prof Xian Zhou

Graphs, C*-algebras and equilibrium states
Aidan Sims

On the Fringes of Noncommutative Geometry
Peter Donovan

Flying through gigantic volcanic eruption clouds
Prof. Herbert E. Huppert

From Forced Gradings to Q-Koszul algebras
Len Scott

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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.

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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