Grants Commencing in 2017
ARC Discovery Grants
 M. Cowling, Homogeneous metric spaces (2017: 107,000; 2018: 99,000; 2019: 80,000)
 P. Grossman, D. Evans, M. Izumi, Quadratic fusion categories: a new frontier in subfactor theory (2017: 93,259; 2018: 128,500; 2019: 96,384)
 I. Shparlinski, Additive combinatorics, arithmetic algebraic geometry and finite fields (2017: 117,000; 2018: 108,000; 2019: 120,000)
 F. Sukochev, D. Potapov, A. Carey, New methods in spectral geometry (2017: 131,500; 2018: 121,500; 2019: 135,000)
 J. Brown, L. Bilston, J. Charlton, S. Koppel, L. Keay, J. Olivier, Design features critical for correct use of child car restraints (20172019: 423,500), through the School of Medical Sciences, UNSW
ARC  DECRA

M. Feischl, Optimal adaptivity for uncertainty quantification (2017: 103,903; 2018:103,803; 2019:106,258)
Cancer Australia
 R. O'Brien, G. Froyland, J. Booth, P. Bannon, F. HegiJohnson, High Precision Radiotherapy: Dual Cardiac and Respiratory Motion Management (20172019: $597,000) through University of Sydney
UNSW Goldstar Award
 I.H. Sloan, Q.T. Le Gia, Uncertainty on spheres and shells: mathematics and methods for applications
 J. Dick, Modern techniques in quasiMonte Carlo theory and computation
 J. Du, Presenting and extending Hecke endomorphism algebra
 V. Jeyakumar, G. Li, C. Thai Doan, Numerically Certifiable Mathematics for MultiExtremal Global Optimization
 M. Holzer, Revealing changes in Southern Ocean ventilation: New fundamental approaches
Other Grants
 G. Froyland, Robust detection and prediction of coherent structures in geophysical, physical, and chemical systems, AustraliaGermany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme (20172018: 24,000)

P. Straka, How to predict extremes when events occur in bursts, AustraliaGermany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme (2017: 5,300)
NHMRC Project Grants

S. Turville, T. Hope, A. Vallely, D. MacLaren, A. Carr, J. Murray, C. Liu, Resolving Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) transmission (20172019: 745,213)
Grants Commencing in 2016
ARC Discovery Grants
 S. Penev, P. Shevchenko, Frontiers in inference about risk (2016: 113,600; 2017: 110,100; 2018: 120,000
 S. Sisson, D. Nott, Frontiers in Bayesian methods for computationally intractable models (2016: 117,400; 2017:144,600; 2018:142,000)
 T. Tran, B. Goldys, Z Brzezniak, A. Prohl, E. Stephan, S. Meddahi, Novel approaches for problems with uncertainties (2016: 116,600; 2017: 110,100; 2018: 120,000)
 J. Westbrook, J. Braithwaite, W. Dunsmuir, The nature and consequences of interruptions and multitasking (2016 – 2018: 462,628), through Macquarie University
ARC Linkage
 I. Jonsen, R. Harcourt, I. Suthers, M. Roughan, M. Doblin, D. Slip, M. Cox, Resolving the warming East Australia Current’s impact on a marine food web (2016: $54,800; 2017: $80,589; 2018: $78,056), through Macquarie University
ARC Future Fellowships

D. Harvey, Counting points on algebraic surfaces (2016: 99,573; 2017: 200, 419; 2018: 201,789; 2019: 202,109; 2020: 101,166)
ARC  DECRA

P. Straka, Predicting extremes when events occur in bursts (2016: 98,112; 2017: 98,112; 2018: 98,112)
UNSW Goldstar Award
 J. Franklin, Resolving the puzzles of probability: by Aristotelian realist philosophy
 I. Shparlinski, Additive combinatorics, algebraic geometry and finite fields
Faculty Silverstar Award
 M. Roughan, S. Keating, Unveiling the submesoscale ocean using superresolved satellite observations
 M. Holzer, Revealing changes in Southern Ocean ventilation: New fundamental approaches
 B. Henry (& P. Reece, Physics), Stochastic Resonance in Subdiffusive Media: Theory and Experiment

P. Grossman, Quadraticfusion categories: a new frontier in subfactor theory
Early Career Research Grants
 Z. Botev, Perfect simulation in the Bayesian LASSO model ($8,365)
 L. Li, Parametrix expansion for density of stopping times ($6,238)
 A. Ostafe, Algebraic dynamical systems in positive characteristic ($8,364)
 P. Straka, How to predict extremes when events occur in bursts ($7,238)
Faculty Research Grants
 C. Angstmann, Mathematical modelling of subdiffusion and morphology of archael cells ($5,000)
 M. Banner, Spacetime properties of steep and breaking ocean waves ($5,000)
 L. Chan, Pricing of long dated equitylinked life insurance contracts ($5,000)
 F. Chen, New models and inference methologies for analysis of sequences of repeated events ($5,000)
 A. Coster, GLUT4 translocation: mathematics of insulin control ($11,000)
 I. Doust, Combinatorial optimization in distance geometry ($7,000)
 J. Du, A finite dimensional approach to quantum supergroups ($7,000)
 G. Geenens, Novel nonparametric copuladensitybased techniques for better statistical analyses ($6,000)
 V. Jeyakumar, Numerically certifiable mathematics for global optimization ($5,000)
 J. Kress, Symmetries, superintegrability, and conformal geometry ($6,000)
 Q. Le Gia, Spheres, Hyperspheres and Spherical Shells: Approximations and Applications ($11,000)
 G. Li, Firstorder methods for solving structured largescale nonsmooth and nonconvex optimization problems: when optimization meets big data ($8,000)
 H. Lian, Structure discovery and variable selection in semiparametric models ($7,500)
 S. McNamara, Mathematical modelling of subdiffusion and morphology of archael cells ($5,000)
 J. Murray, determining the combination of HIV therapeutics to best achieve eradication ($5,000)
 J. Olivier, Effect sizes for measures of risk in epidemiology and transformations to other effect sizes ($5,200)
 M. Voineagu, Equivariant motivic invariants and equivariant Ktheory ($6,000)
Other Grants
 J. Olivier, Systematic review of the impact of bicycle helmet use and legislation on cycling injury and participation, Swedish Transport Administration (20162017: 179,080)
Grants Commencing in 2015
Australian Laureate Fellowship
 T. McDougall, Ocean mixing processes and innovation in oceanographic models (2015:$287,967; 2016: $570,132.50; 2017: $565,923.00; 2018:$559,195.00; 2019: $531,327.00; 2020:$255,889.50)
ARC Discovery Grants
 J. Dick, F. Kuo, I. H. Sloan, B. Giles, M. Griebel, Quantifying uncertainty: Innovations in high dimensional computation (2015: $140,000; 2016: $115,100; 2017: $120,000)
 G. Froyland, M. Dellnitz, O. Junge, A. Quas, Discovery and tracking of coherent structures in geophysical flows (2015: $85,000; 2016: $81,500; 2017: $85,000)
 D. M. Harvey, Fast algorithms for zeta functions of algebraic varieties, (2015: $110,000; 2016: $105,500; 2017: $110,000)
 F. Sukochev, D. Potapov, J. J. Dykema, Schur decompositions and related problems in operator theory (2015: $127,000; 2016 $121,800; 2017: $130,000; 2018: $130,000)
 D. I. Warton, Advances in biodiversity modelling and analysis of highdimensional counts (2015; $100,000; 2016: $95,900; 2017: $100,000)
ARC Linkage
 M. Roughan, A. Jeff, G. Liggins, M. Coleman, A unique integrated approach to predicting fisheries recruitment (2015: $45,000; 2016: $95,000; 2017: $110,000; 2018: $60,000)

D. Keith, S. Phinn, R. Elith, D. Warton, D. Connolly, Advancing vegetation classification and mapping to meet conservation needs(2015: $72,331; 2016: $178,128.50; 2017: $205,797.50; 2018: $100,000)
ARC  DECRA
 D. Zanin, A new concept of independence in noncommutative probability theory (2015: $100,000; 2016: $100,000; 2017: $100,000)
Cancer Australia
 R. O’Brien, G. Froyland, JJ. Sonke, P. Keall, Reducing thoracic imaging dose and improving image quality in radiotherapy treatments (20152017: 458,459) through University of Sydney
UNSW Goldstar Award
 M.L. Banner, A new dimension in quantifying fundamental air sea fluxes ($30,000)
 A. Coster, Insulin action: the mathematics of metabolism ($30,000)
 M. Holzer, Revealing the Southern Ocean's changing connection with the atmosphere ($30,000)
 T. Tran, Novel Approaches for Problems with Uncertainties ($30,000)
Faculty Silverstar Award
 M. Voineagu, Equivariant motivic cohomologies ($25,000)
Early Career Research Grants
 L. Li, Small time and large strike asymptotic for implied volatility in the Heston model ($6,700)
 A. Ostafe, Unlikely Intersections in Algebraic Dynamical Systems over Finite Fields ($6,700)
 P. Straka, Extreme value statistics for unevenly spaced observations ($6,700)
 J. Wang, An assessment of compulsory cycle helmet legislation in New Zealand ($6,700)
 J. Wishart, Practical tools for wavelet estimation in multichannel noisy deconvolution models ($6,700)
 Z. Botev, Can we estimate the volume of irregular polytopes? ($4,980)
Faculty Research Grants
 C. Angstmann, Anomalous diffusion models for reactions within biological cells ($5,000)
 T. Britz, Demimatoids and Tutte polynomials: The next chapter on matroids and codes ($5,000)
 A. Cai, Mathematical modeling of mitochondria mutations ($5,000)
 F. Chen, Testing for the existence of excitation effects in recurrent event data ($8,000)
 P. Del Moral, Advanced Monte Carlo algorithms in Statistics and computational Physics ($5,000)
 J. Du, Quantum linear and queer superalgebras and their representations ($5,000)
 Y. Fan, Fast, approximate Bayesian methods for dynamic positron emission tomography ($5,000)
 G. Geenens, Flexible estimation of multivariate densities combining paircopula construction and innovative nonparametric assessment of dependence structures ($5,000)
 V. Jeyakumar, Multiobjective optimization in the face of data uncertainty ($5,000)
 S. Keating, Unravelling the submesoscale: New methods for deriving enhanced satellite observations of the ocean ($5,000)
 J. Kress, Applications of the algebraic variety of superintengrable systems ($5,000)
 Q. Le Gia, Meshless methods for direct and inverse problems on spheres and surfaces ($8,000)
 G. Li, Splitting methods for nonconvex structured optimization problems: Convergence Analysis and Applications ($5,000)
 T. McDougall, Ocean mixing processes: innovation in oceanographic methods ($5,000)
 S. McNamara, Robustness of biochemical oscillations to intrinsic and extrinsic fluctuations ($5,000)
 J. Olivier, Improved methods for estimating causal effects from populationbased intervention such as mandator helmet legislation and gun use restrictions ($5,000)
 S. Penev, Frontiers in inference about risk ($5,000)
 S. Sisson, Statistical methods for very large datasets: Models for approximate data ($5,000)
 N. Wildberger, Conics and inversions in hyperbolic geometries ($5,000)
Grants Commencing in 2014
ARC Discovery Grants
 M. Cowling, Generalised conformal mappings (2014: $87,380; 2015: $120,000; 2016: $135,000)
 C.S. Greenhill, B.D. McKay, A new model for random discrete structures: distributions, counting and sampling (2014: $150,000; 2015: $110,000; 2016: $125,000)
 B.I. Henry, W.C. McLean, K.A. Mustapha, Advanced mathematical modelling and computation of fractional subdiffusion problems in complex domains (2014: $115,000; 2015: $115,000; 2016: $115,000)
 J.A. Roberts, R. Quispel, F.W. Nijhoff, A. Hone, New frontiers and advances in discrete integrable systems (2014: $134,000; 2015: $134,000; 2016: $134,000)
 M. Roughan, P.R. Oke, B. Powell, Advancing dynamical understanding in the east Australian current: Optimizing the ocean observing and prediction effort (2014: $60,000; 2015: $75,000; 2016: $45,000)
 W.K. Schief, Discrete projective differential geometry: Comprehensive theory and integrable structure (2014: $120,000; 2015: $125,000; 2016: $135,000)
 F. Sukochev, A.L. Carey, The boundaries of index theory (2014: $120,000; 2015: $120,000; 2016: $125,000)
 I. Shparlinski, B.P. Mans, New Applications of Additive Combinatorics in Number Theory and Graph Theory (2014: $317,286; 2015: $307,286; 2016: $327,286), through Macquarie University
 S. Morrison, P. Grossman, V. Jones, Symmetries of subfactors (2014: $120,000; 2015: $110,000; 2016: $130,000), through ANU
ARC  DECRA
 Z. Botev, Mathematics of importance: The optimal importance sampling algorithm for estimating the probability of a black swan event (2014: $99,590; 2015: $95,690; 2016: $98,240)
Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA)
 I. Shparlinski
UNSW Goldstar Award
 T. McDougall, The ocean's role in climate; quantifying the vertical circulation that is unrelated to the dissipation of energy ($30,000)
 J. Murray, Operations research methods can identify viral sequence elements associated with significant biological outcomes ($30,000)
Faculty Silverstar Award
 F. Chen, Novel statistical models and inference methodologies for recurrent event data analysis ($25,000)
 A. Coster, Insulin control of glucose transporters: a mathematical analysis ($25,000)
 Y. Fan, Efficient Monte Carlo methods for Bayesian models: with application to positron emission tomography (PET) image analysis ($25,000)
Early Career Research Grants
 C. Angstmann, New mathematical model for the effects of anomalous diffusion with reaction on proteins in cells ( $6,000)
 Z. Botev, With normality is a problem: A reliable method for evaluating the cumulative distribution function of the multivariate normal distribution ($6,000)
 P. Straka, Stochastic models for anomalous diffusion and wave propagation ($6,000)
 J. Wang, Application of the geometric process model for injury data in road safety research ($6,000)
 J. Wishart, Multichannel image wavelet deconvolution with dependence ($6,000)
Faculty Research Grants
 T. Britz, New directions in the combinatorial investigations of coding theory ($5,000)
 L. Chan, Derivation of analytical solutions of financial derivatives under the regime switching model ($5,000)
 D. Combe, Distancetransitive directed graphs and multiplicityfree primitive permutation representations ($5,000)
 I. Doust, Novel embedding schemes in discrete functional analysis ($5,000)
 G. Geenens, Flexible estimation of multivariate densities combining paircopula construction and innovative nonparametric assessment of dependence structures ($7,500)
 V. Jeyakumar, Semialgebraic optimization: the challenge of numerically certifiable mathematical analysis on polynomials ($5,000)
 S. Keating, Radical methods for deriving superresolved satellite observations of the ocean ($5,000)
 J. Kress, Superintegrability and conformal geometry ($5,000)
 Q. Le Gia, Meshless methods for stochastic nonlinear partial differential equations on spheres and surfaces ($7,500)
 J. Olivier, Causal inference for evidence based policy using comparative interrupted time series ($5,000)
 S. Penev, Robust inference about risk ($5,000)
 S. Sisson, New spacetime models: Maxstability and beyond ($5,000)
 N.J. Wildberger, Synergies between Euclidean and hyperbolic geometries ($7,500)
Grants Commencing in 2013
ARC Discovery Grants
 T. Boecking, A.C. Coster, Singlemolecule view of actintropomyosin flament dynamics (2013: $107,000; 2014: $107,000; 2015: $107,000)
 D.S. Chan, Interactions between noncommutative algebra and algebraic geometry, (2013: $105,000; 2014: $105,000; 2015: $105,000)
 J.M. Murray, B.I. Henry, T.A. Langlands, P J Klasse, Mathematical modelling can provide vital information on the effectiveness and practical implementation of microbicides and vaccines against HIV (2013: $95,000; 2014: $95,000; 2015: $95,000)
ARC Linkage
 J.M. Murray, G.P. Symonds, Innovative mathematical modelling to determine incorporation of gene therapy in different cell lineages; Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) as a model setting (2013: $55,000; 2014: $112,500; 2015: $115,000; 2016: $57,500)
ARC Future Fellowships
 F.Y. Kuo, Liberating the dimension  frontier technologies for very high dimensional problems, (2013: $105,753.00; 2014: $203,944.50; 2015: $199,910.50; 2016: $193,326.50; 2017: $91,607.50)
 G. Li, A new optimization approach for tensor extreme eigenvalue problems: Modern techniques for multirelational data analysis, (2013: $78,110.00; 2014: $155,375.00; 2015: $153,510.00; 2016: $147,775.00; 2017: $71,530.00)
Early Career Research Grants
 Z. Botev, Adaptive Monte Carlo methods for rareevent probability estimation and Bayesian inference ($5,750)
 F. Chen, Parametric and semiparametric estimation of Hawkestype point processes ($5,750)
 G. Geenens, Nonparametric copula modelling: theory and applications ($5,750)
 S. Keating (& M. Roughan), Topological, statistical and signaltheoric methods for identifying Lagrangian coherent structures in the east Australian current ($5,750)
Faculty Research Grants
 A. Cai, Mathematical modeling of bioenergetics in the evolution of cell populations ($4,000)
 L. Chan, Pricing and calibration of volatility indexrelated derivatives ($4,000)
 F. Chen, A novel point process model for recurrent event modelling and its statistical inference ($3,000)
 I. Doust, Spectral theory for operators with complex spectrum ($7,000)
 S. Galbraith, Novel statistical methods for the design and analysis of complex biomedical studies ($6,000)
 B. Jefferies, Integration structures: Theory and integration ($4,000)
 J. Kress, Superintegrability and conformal geometry ($5,000)
 W. McLean (& K. Mustapha), Discontinuous Galerkin method for a fractional PDE with nonsmooth data ($5,000)
 J. Olivier, Evidence based policy using interrupted time series: the use and selection of comparative processes to address threats to internal validity ($4,000)
 S. Penev, Vega approximations and robust calibration ($5,000)
 D. Potapov, Recent progress with BMV conjecture implications for the perturban theory ($9,000)
 N. Wildberger, Lie sphere geometry, inversive geometry and hyperbolic geometry ($4,000)
Faculty Silverstar Award
 T. Britz, New directions in combinatorial coding theory ($25,000)
 J. Murray, New mathematical approaches determining features associated with response in viral sequences ($25,000)
UNSW Goldstar Award
 A. Coster, Insulin action in metabolism  insights from mathematics ($30,000)
Other Grants
 T. Tran, Numerical methods for elliptic transmission problems with uncertain interfaces, 20132014 Group of Eight Australia – Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme ($10,000)
Grants Commencing in 2012
ARC Discovery Grants
 M.L. Banner, W.L. Peirson, F. Dias, Transitions in wave breaking from deep to shallow water (2012: $130,000; 2013: $120,000; 2014: $110,000)
 D.A. Bright, C.S. Greenhill, A. Ritter, C. Morselli, Illicit drug trafficking: the structure of illicit networks and implications for resilience and vulnerability (2012: $65,000; 2013: $44,000), through Faculty of Medicine
 A.H. Dooley, Group actions in random dynamical systems (2012: $120,000; 2013: $100,000; 2014: $100,000)
 J. Du, Quantum loop algebras and representations of affine qSchur algebras (2012: $95,000; 2013: $95,000; 2014: $95,000)
 B. Goldys, J.F. Grotowski, T. Tran, Z. Brzezniak, R.W. Chantrell, The mathematics of novel magnetic memory materials (2012: $120,000; 2013: $100,000; 2014: $100,000)
 M. Holzer, F.W. Primeau, R.J. Matear, Global ocean productivity: revealing interaction patterns and nutrient pathways (2012: $100,000; 2013: $80,000; 2014: $80,000)
 V. Jeyakumar, G. Li, M.A. Goberna, New theory and methods for robust global optimisation: modern decisionmaking under uncertain conditions (2012: $110,000; 2013: $110,000; 2014: $110,000)
 I.H. Sloan, J. Dick, H. Wendland, E.B. Saff, Mathematics in the round  the challenge of computational analysis on spheres (2012: $200,000; 2013: $170,000; 2014: $130,000)
 F. Sukochev, Noncommutative probability and analysis (2012: $320,000; 2013: $182,792; 2014: $200,000)
 D.I. Warton, New approaches to predictive modelling of highdimensional count data to study climate impacts on ecological communities (2012: $100,000; 2013: $100,000; 2014: $100,000)
 G. Gottwald, G.A. Froyland, Extracting macroscopic variables and their dynamics in multiscale systems with metastable states (2012: $90,000; 2013: $90,000; 2014: $90,000), through University of Sydney
 I.M. Wanless, C.S. Greenhill, R. Aharoni, Extremal problems in hypergraph matchings (2012: $120,000; 2013: $100,000; 2014: $100,000), through Monash University
 C.J. Burden, S.R. Wilson, Novel techniques for statistical and mathematical analyses of sequence data (2012: $120,000; 2013: $100,000; 2014: $100,000), through ANU
ARC Future Fellowships
 G.A. Froyland, A probabilistic and geometric understanding of transport and metastability in mathematical geophysical flows (2012: $85,168.50; 2013: $172,015.50; 2014: $172,354; 2015: $166,544; 2016: $81,037)
 D.I. Warton, Advancing tools for the analysis of highdimensional data in ecology (2012: $77,857; 2013: $155,714; 2014: $155,714; 2015: $155,714; 2016: $79,857)
ARC Linkage
 I.M. Suthers, M.B. Lowry, E.L. Johnston, M. Roughan, M.D. Taylor, C.A. Gray, The trophic ecosystem of a purposebuilt, offshore artificial reef: do coastal currents supply sufficient nutrients for the local production of fish? (2012: $259,617; 2013: $157,000; 2014: $97,000)
Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA)
 F. Sukochev
Early Career Research Grants
 F. Chen, Parametric and semiparametric estimation of selfexciting point processes ($9,793)
 G. Geenens, Smoothed knearest neighbour regression ($9,794)
 D. Potapov, Noncommutative analysis and quantum statistical mechanics ($9,794)
Faculty Research Grants
 D. Chan, Noncommutative curves and surfaces ($4,200)
 L. Chan, Filtering for statespace models ($7,500)
 I. Doust, The geometry of discrete metric spaces ($5,000)
 S. Galbraith, Design and analysis of accelerated longitudinal studies ($6,000)
 H. Grundling, Field algebras for canonical quantum systems ($10,000)
 J. Kress, Higher order nonseparable superintegrability and multivariable hypergeometric functions ($7,000)
 S. Penev, New inference procedures for risk optimization in static and dynamic settings ($8,300)
 N. Wildberger, Hyperbolic triangle geometry ($10,000)
Faculty Silverstar Award
 A. Coster, Predictive mathematical modelling to define emergent properties of the insulin action pathway ($25,000)
UNSW Goldstar Award
 J. Murray and B.I. Henry, Mathematical modelling can provide vital information on the effectiveness and practical implementation of microbicides and vaccines against HIV ($30,000)
 Y. Fan, Efficient methods for massively computational Bayesian models ($30,000)
ARC  DECRA

D.M. Harvey, Counting solutions to equations over fields of large characteristic (2012: $125,000; 2013: $125,000; 2014: $125,000)
Grants Commencing in 2011
ARC Discovery Grants
 X.T. Duong, M. Cowling, A.G. McIntosh, A. Sikora, Harmonic analysis and spectral analysis of differential operators (2011: $180,000; 2012: $170,000; 2013: $170,000)
 J.I. Westbrook, W.T. Dunsmuir, C.M. Duffield, Advancing understanding of health professionals' work and communication patterns and the effectiveness of work reform initiatives (2011: $120,745; 2012: $182,773; 2013: 208,533)
 G.A. Froyland, M. Dellnitz, A. Quas, Innovative mathematics using transfer operators to reveal hidden ordered structures in geographical flows (2011: $113,000; 2012: $105,000; 2013: $105,000)
 R. Quispel, J.A. Roberts, P.H. van der Kamp, C.M. Ormerod, J.J. Duistermaat, F.W. Nijhoff, S.B. Lobb, Discrete integrable systems (2011: $260,000; 2012: $260,000; 2013: $260,000)
 W.K. Schief, Discrete differential geometry: Theory and applications (2011: $20,000; 2012: $20,000; 2013: $20,000)
 I.H. Sloan, F.Y. Kuo, M. Griebel, H. Wozniakowski, Very high dimensional computation  the new frontier in numerical analysis (2011: $160,000; 2012: $150,000; 2013: $150,000)
 F. Sukochev, A.L. Carey, Noncommutative analysis and geometry in interaction with quantum physics (2011: $95,000; 2012: $95,000; 2013: $95,000)
Early Career Research Grants
 F. Chen, Semiparametric method for a marked point process and its applications in financial data modelling ($9,539)
 G. Geenens, A nonparametric functional method for signature recognition ($9,539)
 D. Potapov, Spectral shift in perturbation theory ($9,537)
Faculty Research Grants
 D. Chan, Moduli spaces on noncommutative algebra ($7,000)
 J. Franklin, Aristotelian Epistemology and the middle level of percepton + The law and reference class problems ($10,000)
 S. Galbraith, Statistical methods for the design and analysis of methylation array and other epigenetic studies ($8,500)
 C.S. Greenhill, Directed graphs and peertopeer networks ($6,250)
 M. Holzer, Global interactions in ocean biographical productivity: A novel mathematical approach for determining mechanisms, pathways, and patterns ($15,520)
 J. Kress, Families of superintegrable systems ($8,000)
 W. McLean, Nonsmooth data error estimates for fractional diffusion problems ($5,800)
 S. Penev, A new approach in stochastic risk modelling ($6,500)
 D. Salopek, Stochastic integration of cylindrical fractional Brownian motion in UMD spaces ($7,420)
 T. Tran, Advanced computational methods for modelling of multiscale phenomena with scattered data ($5,020)
 N. Wildberger, Relativistic and hyperbolic geometries ($13,000)
Faculty Silverstar Awards
 J. Roberts, Novel perspectives and new frontiers in arithmetic dynamics ($25,000)
 J. Murray, Mathematical modelling of early stages of sexual transmission of HIV and the impact of microbicides and vaccines ($25,000)
UNSW Goldstar Awards
 A. Coster, Predictive mathematical modelling to define emergent properties of the insulin signalling network ($30,000)
 A.H. Dooley, New concepts of randomness for dynamical systems ($30,000)
 J. Du, Representations of Affine Quantum Schur Algebras ($30,000)
 Y. Fan, Adaptive strategies for Monte Carlo methods in Bayesian inference ($30,000)
 B. Goldys, Stochastic LandauLifchitzGilbert equation: From flows of harmonic maps to theory of novel magnetic materials ($30,000)
 V. Jeyakumar, Innovative approaches to solving optimization problems affected by data uncertainty: New insights from emerging robust optimization methodology ($30,000)
 J. Murray, Dynamical regulation of hepatitis B virus infection by the immune system ($40,000)
Other Grants
 G. Froyland, The climatic and environmental impacts of ocean circulation: tracking ocean eddies (20102011 Group of Eight Australia  Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme) (20112012: $12,000)
Grants Commencing in 2010
ARC Discovery Projects
 J. Dick (QEII Fellowship), Algebraic methods for Markov Chain Monte Carlo and quasiMonte Carlo (2010: $180,000; 2011: $180,000; 2012: $125,000; 2013: $125,000; 2014: $125,000)
 B. Henry, and S.L. Wearne, New mathematics of fractional diffusion for understanding cognitive impairment at the neuronal level (2010: $90,000; 2011: $90,000; 2012: $90,000)
 V. Jeyakumar, G. Lee, B. Mordukhovich, S. Kim and G. Li (APD), A new improved solution to global optimization over multivariate polynomials: Mathematical principles, numerical methods and selected applications (2010: $75,137; 2011: $75,137; 2012: $75,137; 2013: $60,137)
 A.M. Waite, M. Roughan, C.B. Pattiaratchi, J. Kotta and H. OravKotta, Oceanreef interactions as drivers of continental shelf productivity in a changing climate (2010: $189,000; 2011: $189,000; 2012: $125,000)
 S. Sisson (QEII Fellowship), Innovations in Bayesian likelihoodfree inference (2010: $84,000; 2011: $86,000; 2012: $90,000; 2013: $84,000; 2014: $70,000)
ARC Linkage
 J. Murray and G. Symonds, Can an antiHIV gene in blood stem cells protect from immune depletion by HIV? (2010: $120,000; 2011: $119,000; 2012: $121,000)
 D. Ramp, D.I. Warton, K.M. Jenkins, M.B. Ashcroft, J.R. Gollan, P. Driver, Innovative approaches to identifying regional responses of biodiversity to climate change (2010: $60,000; 2011: $110,000; 2012: $100,000; 2013: $50,000)
 R.H. Grzebieta, A.M. Williamson, J. Olivier, R.F. Job, C.A. Karl, Safety management system for heavy vehicles transport (2010: $100,000; 2011: $89,000; 2012: $150,000; 2013: $161,000; 2014: $110,000)
Early Career Researcher Grants
 F. Chen, Dividend optimization problems under Markovregime switching collective risk models ($3,098)
 G. Geenens, A nonparametric functional method for signature recognition ($3,098)
Faculty Research Grants
 S. Ajiev, Function spaces and quasilinear evolution equations ($5,000)
 F. Chen, Dividend optimization problems under Markovregime switching collective risk models ($5,000)
 I. Doust, BanachStone theorems for BV function algebras ($10,000)
 J. Du, A double hall algrebra approach for quantum SchurWeyl theory ($10,000)
 G. Geenens, A nonparametric functional method for signature recognition ($5,000)
 B. Goldys, Stochastic conservation laws ($12,000)
 J. Kress, Polynomial algebras of superintegrable systems ($8,000)
 N. Wildberger, A novel algebraic approach to nonEuclidean geometry and inversive geometry ($5,000)
UNSW Goldstar Awards
G.A. Froyland, New mathematics to detect and track ocean eddies and quantify their environmental impact in the Coral and Tasman Seas (2010: $40,000)
Grants Commencing in 2009
ARC Discovery Projects
 A. an Huef and A.D. Simms, Operator algebras associated to groupoids (2009: $95,000; 2010: $80,000; 2011: $80,000)
 M.L. Banner, W.L. Peirson and F. Dias, Forecasting wave breaking in directional seas (2009: $200,000; 2010: $80,000; 2011: $90,000)
 I. Sloan, E. Saff and H. Wendland, Innovations in spherical approximation  construction, analysis and applications (2009: $110,000; 2010: $110,000; 2011: $110,000)
 F.A. Sukochev, Q. Xu and V.V. Peller, Noncommutative analysis and differential calculus (2009: $82,000; 2010: $85,000; 2011: $80,000)
 D.I. Warton, N.R. Andrew and H. Gibb, Predicting the effect of climate change on community structure and function: An assessment using temperate grassland invertebrates (2009: $120,000; 2010: $90,000; 2011: $90,000)
 D.I. Warton, Advances in statistical methods for analysing high dimensional count data (2009: $94,000; 2010: $94,000; 2011: $94,000)
NHMRC Grants
 Cooper, Beard, Dore, Emery, French, Kelleher, Kent, Lloyd, Purcell, J. Murray (coinvestigator), HIV and HCV vaccines and immunopathogenesis (20092013: $17,734,213)
 A. Williamson, R. Grzebieta, and J. Olivier, The relationship between fatigue, sleepiness and crash risk while driving (20092011: $427,200)
 James, Martin, Kraegen, Chisholm, Cooney, Ye, A. Coster (coinvestigator), Pathways to Diabetes Prevention (20092013: $10,596,960)
Grants Commencing in 2008
ARC Discovery Projects
 S.S Ajiev, Functional and harmonic analysis of function spaces: Synthesis, development and applications (2008: $78,648; 2009: $78,648; 2010: $78,648)
 A.P Bassom (UWA), P.J. Blennerhassett (UNSW) and C. Davies, The stability of unsteady fluid flows in channels and pipes (2008: $85,000; 2009: $85,000; 2010: $85,000)
 D.S. Chan, Towards Mike Artin's conjecture (2008: $45,000; 2009: $45,000; 2010: $40,000)
 A.H. Dooley, Dynamical systems: Theory and practice (2008: $85,000; 2009: $85,000; 2010: $80,000)
 M.H. England and W.P. Sijp, Coupled oceancarbonatmosphere feedbacks in the global climate system (2008: $145,000; 2009: $135,000; 2010: $135,000)
 M.H. England, Genesis of Australian Climate Extremes in the Southern Hemisphere extratropical ocean atmosphere (2008: $315,000)
 B.I. McNeil (QEII Fellowship), An Investigation into Oceanic CO2 Variability and its Influence on Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations (2008: $129,806; 2009: $123,806; 2010: $123,806; 2011: $120,000; 2012: $120,000)
 A. Pitman et al., Where will the species go? Revolutionising projections of species distributions with climate change (2008: $163,225; 2009: $133,000; 2010: $104,486; 2011: $11,986)
 M. Rutkowski, Stochastic Methods for Dynamic Risk Management (2008: $80,000; 2009: $80,000; 2010: $80,000)
 S.A. Sisson and Y. Fan, Innovations in Bayesian inference with applications to climate extremes (2008: $75,000; 2009: $70,000; 2010: $65,000)
 I.M. Suthers and M.E. Baird, Quantifying the role of salps in marine food webs and organic carbon export (2008: $87,708; 2009: $84,650; 2010: $77,426)
NHMRC Grants
 W. Dunsmuir, S. Galbraith et al., Levels of evidence for surrogate therapeutics ($513,875)
 J. Zaunders, J. Murray, and K. Suzuki, Processes underlying establishment and maintenance of the latent HIV reservoir and potential impact of integrase inhibitors (20082010: $305,500)
ARC Linkage
 R.T. Kingsford, S.W. Laffan, D.I. Warton, J.A. Merson, R.A. Bradstock, R. Mulley, T.D. Auld and R.S. Chapple, Managing Ecosystem Change in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area (2008: $150,000; 2009: $150,000)
Other External Grants
 S. Galbraith, A. Lloyd, B. Cameron, Gene expression correlates of chronic fatigue syndrome (from The Mason Foundation, 2008: $99,500)
 A. Vallely, P. Siba, J. Kaldor and J. Murray (coinvestigator), Male circumcision for HIV prevention among atrisk men and women in Papua New Guinea: Acceptability, epidemiological impact, costeffectiveness and options for implementation (Australian Development Research Awards, 20082010: $699,232)
 D. Wilson, A. Hoare, J. Murray, J. Kaldour and M. Law, Evaluating and predicting the epidemiological impact of health policies for reducing HIV in Melanesian and SouthEast Asian populations (Australian Development Research Awards, 20082010: $392,443)
UNSW Goldstar Awards
 D.I. Warton, Advances in statistical methods for analysing community abundance data in the environmental sciences ($30,000)
Grants Commencing in 2007
ARC Discovery Projects
 T. Britz, Chromatic polynomials, random graphs, and errorcorrecting codes: A unified approach to graph colouring problems (APD Fellowship) (2007: $82,518; 2008: $78,698; 2009: $80,850)
 J. Evans, Vulnerability of the MurrayDarling basin Hydrometeorology to human modification (Aust. Res. Fellowship) (2007: $143,000; 2008: $140,000; 2009: $125,000; 2010: $125,000; 2011: $125,000)
 J. Franklin and D.M. Armstrong, Mathematics, the science of real structure: An Australian realist philosophy of mathematics (2007: $40,000; 2008: $35,000; 2009: $35,000)
 G.A. Froyland, M. Dellnitz and A. Treguier, A Dynamical Systems Approach to Mapping Southern Ocean Circulation Pathways (2007: $100,000; 2008: $95,000; 2007: $90,000)
 V. Jeyakumar and M.A. Thera, Quadratic support function technique to solving hard global nonconvex optimization problems (2007: $84,000; 2008: $82,000; 2009: $80,000)
 F.Y. Kuo (QEII Fellowship), Innovative Methods for Very High Dimensional Problems (2007: $141,826; 2008: $139,761; 2009: $122,893; 2010: $122,893; 2011: $122,893)
 J.A.G. Roberts and F. Vivaldi (University of London), Signatures of order, chaos and symmetry in algebraic dynamics (2007: $95,000; 2008: $90,00; 2009: $85,000)
 I. Raeburn (UOW) and A. an Huef, Endomorphisms, transfer operators and Hilbert modules (2007: $150,131; 2008: $135,000; 2009: $120,000)
Office of Naval Research
 M.L. Banner, Nonlinear wave group evolution to breaking  innovative measurements and analysis (2007: $9,183)
ARC Linkage
 A. Pitman et al., Reengineering a dynamic vegetation model to explore the stability of Australian terrestrial carbon (2007: $57,883; 2008: $63,856; 2009: $70,182)
Other External Grants
 M.H. England, Multiple equilibria in the Southern Ocean thermohaline circulation and links to global climate (from the Department of Environment and Water Resources, 20072008: $25,196)
 J. Franklin and S.A. Sisson, Evaluating frameworks for dealing with low probability  high consequence events (from the Australian Centre of Excellence for Risk Analysis, 20078: $33,000)
 A. Kelleher, J. Murray, J. Zaunders, S. Emery and D.A. Cooper, A pilot study of the differential effects of a HAART regime including MK0518 commenced at primary or during chronic infection on viral reservoirs (from Merck Research Laboratories, 2007: $450,000)
 S. Penev and D. Leonte, Analysis of water quality measurements (from the Sydney Catchment Authority, 20078: $150,000)
 M. Roughan, Circulation and connectivity in Sydney estuaries (from the NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2007: $26,500)
UNSW Goldstar Awards
 B.I. McNeil, Investigating the oceanic influence on atmospheric CO2 concentrations via empirical analysis of ocean carbon measurements (2007: $40,000)
 D.I. Warton, Advances in statistical methods for analysing community abundance data in the environmental sciences (2007: $40,000)
 J. Zaunders and J. Murray, Delineation of establishment and maintenance of the T cell reservoirs of HIV1 infection (2007: $40,000)
Earlier Grants
A list of our earlier grants is also available.