Full Seminar Archive

Our regular seminar program covers a broad range of topics from applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. All staff and students are welcome. This page has a complete list of past seminars and a list restricted by year can be accessed via the left-hand menu.

Dr Shane Keating - UNSW SYDNEY
This hands-on interactive workshop will demonstrate innovative online educational resources for University-level courses in atmosphere, ocean, and climate science. We will work through a suite of web...

Laure Helme-Guizon - UNSW Sydney
The Science and Engineering Indigenous Preparatory Program is an immersive two-and-a-half-week course which teaches and refines participants’ knowledge in subject areas crucial to succeed in a...

 Dr Amanda Michels - UNSW SYDNEY
  Abstract   In many respects, the past year as a Teaching Fellow at UNSW Sydney has been a dream come true.  For me, it has been a unique experience that has expanded my mathematical horizons, in...

Yudhistira A Bunjamin PhD Candidate - UNSW Sydney
For over two years now, various members of the school have worked together on designing mathematics outreach workshops for primary and secondary school students, motivated by promoting mathematical...

Pavel Krivitsky - UNSW Sydney
 Dr Krivitsky will demonstrate how to set questions that require the students to write segments of R code, which are then automatically assessed by writing test cases, also in R. Rather than...

Nathan Jackson, Jan Zika and Jonathan Kress - UNSW SYDNEY
Nathan Jackson and Jan Zika will speak on their experiences with 1st and 2nd-year peer-review assessments.  Jonathan Kress will discuss future directions of peer-review assessments.   

David Warton and Vera Roshchina - UNSW Sydney
Online conferences are fast becoming the norm: But how do you run one successfully?  In June, the International Statistical Ecology Conference (vISEC2020), originally planned as a physical conference...

Daniel Mansfield and Chi Mak - UNSW SYDNEY
In this seminar, Daniel Mansfield will introduce us to BLACKBOARD COLLABORATION in MOODLE.  We will be using the same link provided by Adelle Coster's email dated 17 March 2020.  Chi Mak will discuss...

Thomas Britz - UNSW Sydney
The popular course MATH3411 Information, Codes, and Ciphers was this previous term given a light Digital Uplift. In this talk, I will describe what this actually means, what the processes were, and...

Benjamin Bui - UNSW Sydney
A recount and review of the things I've done as the Visiting Teaching Fellow, and some thoughts about changes for future Fellows. WINE and CHEESE will be provided after the talk in the staff common...

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