Women leading the way in a first for residential research in Australia


MATRIX is delighted to host Australia’s first all-women residential research program in the mathematical sciences.

This research program, titled:Women in Geometry, Analysis and Topology, is led by Julie Clutterbuck (Monash University), Melissa Tacy (University of Auckland) and Vanessa Robins (The Australian National University).

The program is a week-long meeting to foster new local collaborations, deepen existing ones, and above all create space and time for women to get research done.

Research projects of focus include:
• High frequency harmonic analysis
• Quasiconcavity for elliptic equations on manifolds
• Computational topology
• Welded tangles
• Dynamical systems and symmetry groups

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MATRIX is a partnership between The Australian National University, Monash University and The University of Melbourne, with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) and The University of Queensland as associate members. MATRIX provides key infrastructure for facilitating and supporting research in the mathematical sciences in Australia and the broader Asia-Pacific region.

MATRIX is located inCreswick, 90 minutes to the west of Melbourne, an inspiring environment for creative thinking.

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