Events Archive

 UNSW Open Day is your chance to find out about the opportunities that await you at UNSW. Register and start planning your day to get all the information you need for your next steps. The day will feature webinars and lectures, advisory booths...> read more

Come One, Come All! As Term 2 draws to a close, join your fellow UNSW peeps in this historic once-off social event.  About this event Let's face it, it's been a tough couple of months. As we wrap up Term 2 , join us as the Postgraduate...> read more

The goal of this Python Boot Camp is to enable algorithmic thinking and problem solving with practical examples. The target audience is postgraduate research students and students with a general interest in areas of Data Mining and Machine Learning...> read more

The eighth annual Postgraduate Conference will be held online on Wednesday 11 August!  This one-day event will showcase the innovative and dynamic research our students are working on right now. The event will be hosted via Zoom, and will feature...> read more

 THIS WORKSHOP IS POSTPONED DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID OUTBREAK.  The field of optimization supplies crucial methodology for formulating and solving key problems in data science. Examples range from linear programming for support vector machines in...> read more

The School of Mathematics and Statistics will host our annual Girls Do the Maths workshop for female high school students (years 10 - 12) on Thursday 10 June at UNSW. The event will feature presentations about maths careers, and info about the...> read more

  The goal of this information session is to give some insight into the application process for PhD positions in Australia and overseas. Applying for PhD programs is a complex process, from finding the information you need (e.g., scholarships) to...> read more

  ACEMS would like to invite you to join an engaging panel discussion that brings together some top leaders in education in Australia. The aim of the discussion is to be forward-looking and to explore how we can get more women in higher-level...> read more

In this lecture, Professor Jessica Purcell provides an introduction to knot theory looking closely at some of the modern tools used to study them.   We encounter knots in everyday life - for example in phone chargers and shoelaces. A...> read more

Dr Daniel Mansfield will present at the Frontiers of Science Forum on Friday 12 March.  He is part of a group of experts invited to deliver talks on the latest and future developments in their fields of knowledge. He joins Chief Scientist of...> read more