“The Winter School was an experience I shall cherish forever. The course content highlighted the importance of mathematics and statistics in data science and also broke down abstract concepts into simpler ones. Networking with participants from diverse academic backgrounds and industry experience gave me a valuable insight.”

 

Indraneel Yeole, Masters student, The University of Queensland

Developing the Next Generation of Mathematical Scientists

The aim of AMSI Winter School 2020 is to develop the next generation of mathematical scientists to work in the exciting field of representation theory. Our impressive line-up of international and national speakers will build knowledge in this field, and introduce students to cutting edge research and methodologies.

Hosted by The University of Queensland this winter, the School is designed for postgraduate students and early-career researchers in the mathematical sciences and cognate disciplines. Students and early-career researchers working specifically in this area 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.

Sponsors

AMSI Winter School 2020 would like to thank the following partners, without whom, this event would not be possible:

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Committees

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

2020 AMSI Winter School Standing Committee

  • Professor Ole Warnaar,
    The University of Queensland (Chair)
  • Professor Geordie Williamson,
    The University of Sydney and Sydney Mathematical Research Institute (Scientific Director)
  • Professor Joseph Grotowski,
    The University of Queensland
  • Professor Jacqui Ramagge,
    The University of Sydney
  • Professor Ian Turner,
    Queensland University of Technology
  • Professor Troy Farrell,
    Queensland University of Technology
  • Professor Tim Brown,
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)
  • Professor Mat Simpson,
    Queensland University of Technology
  • Chloe Pearse,
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)
  • Anna Muscara,
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) (Secretariat)

2020 AMSI Winter School Local Event Team

  • Professor Ole Warnaar,
    The University of Queensland
  • Andree McFarlane,
    The University of Queensland
  • Chloe Pearse,
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)
  • Anna Muscara,
    Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI)