340 people attended the first PRIMA Congress, held at UNSW from 6 - 10 July 2009. As well as plenary addresses by leading international speakers there was a range of special sessions on topics reflecting the breadth and diversity of research in the mathematical sciences across the region. In addition, there was a contributed session consisting of talks by participants not involved in special sessions.
The Pacific Rim Mathematical Association (PRIMA) is an association of mathematical sciences institutes, departments and societies from around the Pacific Rim. It was established in 2005 to promote and facilitate the development of the mathematical sciences throughout the Pacific Rim region. PRIMA aims to hold an international congress every four years.
For all details please visit the PRIMA website. Videos of the conference's plenary lectures are also available.