Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics

ANZIAM-WA and its Seminars

Unless otherwise noted these events are held at School of Maths and Stats, University of Western Australia
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Unless otherwise noted, ANZIAM-WA events are held on Tuesday evenings.

Again, unless otherwise noted, seminars are held in the Blakers Lecture Theatre.


There is a meeting and seminar on Tue 16 July 2019. This will follow the usual format
  • Meet at 5.30pm in the Maths Common Room.
  • 6:05 Seminar by Itai Einav, University of Sydney
    "From sand and rice bubbles to earthquakes and ricequakes"
  • After the seminar we eat out at a local restaurant.

Past ANZIAM-WA Events, etc.

  • events from previous years are listed at: pastanziam
  • Seminar list for UWA maths, which may include some ANZIAM seminars in its Applied Maths seminar list.
  • Outside WA

WA Links

For campus maps appropriate to any ANZIAM-WA seminar you may be attending, please consult the main university pages from the departmental/school pages below.

Australian links

International links


Various usefulLinks salvaged from the zope/plone site before it is scrapped, and lightly editted.

Perth Undergraduates (with HD results in Maths at end 2nd year or end 3rd year) who might wish to join a team to enter the international contests.

  • comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm/ "Mathematical Contest in Modeling", next Feb, should contact Nev Fowkes at UWA (and/or Grant Keady at Curtin and a bit at UWA)
    The Oct 2003 issue of UWA Undergrad Maths magazine "AfterMath" contained an announcement.
    Various East Australian universities also participate, e.g. UNSW.
    Training meetings (probably at Curtin Uni, but, at this stage unknown as it would depend on who volunteers) would be required through January. Knowledge of Matlab or Mathematica or Maple looks to be essential.
  • en.mcm.edu.cn Contemporary Undergraduate Contest in Modelling. Held at mid September times. Teams of 3. Looks like very good 3rd year undergrad or Hons students would be appropriate. Knowledge of Matlab or Mathematica or Maple looks to be essential.

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