CARMA Research Groups
Leader: Jeff Hogan
Leader: Ali Eshragh
Leader: Judy-anne Osborn
Leader: Mike Meylan
Leader: Florian Breuer
Leader: George Willis
New professor: Peter Howley
Congratulations to Peter Howley on his recent promotion to professor! Prof. Howley is Assistant Dean (Outreach) for the Faculty of Science, Science and Technology Australia "STEM" Ambassador and is nationally and internationally recognised as a leader an... [READ MORE]
ARC funding successes
In this year's round of ARC discovery projects, CARMA members Jeff Hogan and Mike Meylan have been successful in their (separate) bids for research funding. Jeff's project will advance "the hydrodynamic fractionation of particles on the basis of density",... [READ MORE]
Philipp Braun wins best poster at AMSI Optimise
CARMA member Philipp Braun has won the best poster prize at this year's AMSI Optimise conference for his poster (with Chris Kellett and Steve Weller) on "Climate Economics on the Example of the DICE Model: An Optimal Control Perspective". Congratulations!
UoN mathematics recognised in ERA
Mathematics at UoN has again performed well in the ERA survey, with applied maths and statistics receiving ratings of 5 ("well above world standard"), and pure maths a rating of 4 ("above world standard"). Full results can be seen on the ARC's data portal.
"Mathematics in Industry: Optimisation in Action - Unlocking Value in the Mining, Energy, and Agriculture Industries"
Prof. Ryan Loxton
5:00 pm, Fri, 31st Jan 2020
Newcastle City Hall (Newcastle, NSW)
A special public event in conjunction with the Mathematics in Industry Workshop. Please register for free to attend this public lecture. Please arrive by 5:00 pm for 5:30 pm. PLEASE NOTE NEW VENUE: Hunter Room, Newcastle City Hall (290 King Street, Newcastle).
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Membership to CARMA offers many benefits and is available by invitation to all University of Newcastle academic staff. Associate membership, also by invitation, is available to external researchers and practitioners for three-year renewable terms. Associate members are expected to visit CARMA with some frequency, typically for a total of three to four weeks each year, and to be involved in one or more ongoing research projects with CARMA members. CARMA is able to assist with the travel and living costs of such visits.