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On Thursday 26 April, The School of Mathematics and Statistics’ Student Awards was held at the Open Stage.
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Dr KimAnh Lê Cao (Melbourne Integrative Genomics, School of Mathematics and Statistics) and Dr Matt Ritchie (WEHI) are developing software that could help to advance the worldfirst effort to map every cell in the human body.
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Professor James McCaw was recently featured on ABC Radio National discussing the importance of mathematical modelling of infectious diseases.
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Dr Binzhou Xia, from the School of Mathematics and Statistics, has been awarded the 2017 Kirkman Medal of the Institute of Combinatorics and Its Applications (ICA).
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New software based on statistical probability principles is helping forecast our flu season, and could also identify the level of threat of a bioterrorist attack
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Science alumnus Jonathan Ling, now a Digital Analyst at Accenture, took to Linked In to share his advice for science undergraduates on life after university.
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Over the recent summer holidays, four maths students from the Faculty of Science undertook a Trading internship at Optiver, a leading technology driven trading firm based in Sydney.
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The ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science was officially launched on 13 December by the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Research Council, Professor Sue Thomas.
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ARC Laureate Fellow and Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Peter Taylor from the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Melbourne has been awarded The Australian Society for Operations Research’s 2017 Ren Potts Medal.
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MS Walkers is an informal mentoring program for female academics and PhD students within the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Melbourne.
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Volunteer and mentor Adriana Zanca explains how her work can help budding young indigenous scientists understand the careers available to them.
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University of Melbourne mathematics students have recorded a strong showing in the international Simon Marais Mathematics Competition.
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Professor Kate SmithMiles will make history this month when she becomes the first woman, and the first Australian, to give the annual Alan Tayler lecture in its 31year history at Oxford University.
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Australia’s commitment to biosecurity makes us one of the few countries to remain free from the world’s most severe pests, weeds and diseases. But the price we pay is eternal vigilance.
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We are currently recruiting for a range of roles at the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
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A new way of presenting Y chromosome evidence in court clarifies the sometimes misleading DNA arguments used in sexual assault cases.
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Mapping the massive network of tunnels that give miners underground access to mineral ores is an expensive and timeconsuming process, but new optimisation software, inspired by the complexity of the microchip, could save the industry millions.
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In a breakthrough in our understanding of hydrodynamics, researchers have demonstrated the seemingly impossible: a ball that sinks in water with almost zero drag.
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PhD student Ada Wing Chi Yan has successfully completed the requirements of her PhD degree. Her thesis, entitled Influenza viral dynamics models to explore the roles of innate and adaptive immunity was supervised by Associate Professor James McCaw, Professor Jodie McVernon and Doctor Sophie Zaloumis. The School of Mathematics and Statistics congratulates Ada, James, Jodie and Sophie on their efforts.
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For PhD students working on a project which combines advances in a theoretical area in mathematics (including probability and statistics) with their applications in other fields including, but not limited to, biology, information technology, engineering and medicine.
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Professor Aurore Delaigle from the School of Mathematics and Statistics has received the distinguished George W. Snedecor Award from the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS).
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RPM has acquired the University of Melbourne spinoff company MineOptima, in which Prof. Hyam Rubinstein, A/Prof. Marcus Brazil and Prof. Doreen Thomas from The School of Mathematics & Statistics were significantly involved.
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