“The most valuable part for me was an exposure and introduction to many new and
cutting-edge techniques. The superior knowledge of the lecturers, and the great structure
of their courses really fast-tracked my understanding of many topics.”

Jacob Priddle, Queensland University of Technology

Developing the Next Generation of Mathematical Scientists

AMSI Winter School develops the next generation of mathematical scientists, introducing them to cutting-edge research and methodologies in specialised themes.

Hosted over two weeks at the University of Queensland, the 2022 program offers a range of specialist topics with overarching themes including classical group theory, character theory, homological algebra, lie groups and algebraic groups. The program features lecturers at the forefront of their fields, and is designed for postgraduate and early-career researchers in the mathematical sciences and cognate disciplines interested in exploring new directions in representation theory.

In 2022, AMSI is proud to partner with the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in America to virtually host some of their best and brightest students.

Students and early-career researchers working specifically in representation theory are encouraged to attend: however, the school is also a great opportunity for those working in other areas of the mathematical sciences to strengthen their mathematics toolkit.

To maximise the experience, a number of program extras including social events, specialist lectures and activities will complement the academic program to encourage opportunities for networking and collaboration.

Participate online or at the University of Queensland event hub!

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Committees

AMSI wishes to acknowledge the generous donation of time and scientific/operational
advice of the following AMSI Winter School 2022 committees, without their contribution this event would not be a success.

Standing Committee

  • Associate Professor Masoud Kamgarpour
    The University of Queensland
  • Professor Ole Warnaar
    The University of Queensland
  • Professor Geordie Williamson
    The University of Sydney and Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (Scientific Director)
  • Professor Joseph Grotowski
    The University of Queensland
  • Professor Tony Roberts
    Queensland University of Technology
  • Professor Tim Marchant
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
  • Angela Coughlin
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
  • Anna Muscara
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (Secretariat)

 Local Organising Committee

  • Associate Professor Masoud Kamgarpour
    The University of Queensland
  • Andree McFarlane
    The University of Queensland
  • Angela Coughlin
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
  • Anna Muscara
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute