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The School of Mathematical Sciences at Monash University is a world-class centre for research in diverse areas of mathematical sciences. Researchers in the School hold numerous ARC research grants. In 2016, the School is home to two Laureate Professors, three Future Fellows, and six DECRA  Fellows.  The School hosts regular research seminars and runs a summer workshop and visitor program. Recent and future events include:

Australasian Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation , December 2015.
Workshop on Numerical PDEs, February 2016.
Workshop on Analysis, Geometry and Mathematical Relativity , February 2016.
Workshop on Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics, June 2016.
Monash Workshop on Self-interacting Processes, September 2016.
Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC), November 2016.
International Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing (5ICC), December 2017.

The School of Mathematical Sciences broadly groups its research program into three main areas: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Pure Mathematics and Stochastic Processes.


Applied and Computational

Pure maths

Pure Mathematics


Stochastic Processes

Monash University recently established the Monash Academy for Cross & Interdisciplinary Mathematical Applications (MAXIMA),  which supports mathematicians in the School and across the university to collaborate with colleagues in other disciplines as well as industry partners. The School  is  also home to the Centre for Modelling of Stochastic Systems.



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Staff research interests

Research Supervisors - School of Mathematical Sciences