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StockTwits

Inside the mind of investors during COVID-19

We have all seen the global impact of COVID-19 on world markets and watched the horrific images of Depression-style unemployment queues as countries around the world seek to save their economies with multi-billion dollar bail out packages.

Mathematics 11 May, 2020
Sarah Belet

Monash mathematician wins international science competition for research into ‘mosquito sex’

A presentation on ‘maths, medicine and mosquito sex’ has won Monash research masters student Sarah Belet first place amongst hundreds of Victorian applicants in the global science competition ‘FameLab’.

Mathematics 27 April, 2020
Life-equation

Life Equation – how maths is helping with COVID-19 and other catastrophes

It’s the best tool we have, according to Dr Mark Flegg a mathematician in the Monash School of Mathematics.

Mathematics 9 April, 2020

Monash science researchers awarded just over $2 million in funding as part of ARC DECRA scheme

Monash science researchers have received just over $2 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for five projects under the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.

Science 18 November, 2019
Professor Warwick Bryan Tucker

Internationally acclaimed mathematician to head Monash School of Mathematics

World-renowned mathematician Professor Warwick Bryan Tucker, currently based in Sweden, has been appointed Head of the Monash School of Mathematics following a global recruitment search.

Science 16 October, 2019
Heiko Dietrich

Passion for pure maths wins mathematician Tall Poppy Award

Congratulations to Dr Heiko Dietrich, a senior lecturer in the School of Mathematics, who has been named a 2019 Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award winner.

Mathematics 10 October, 2019
The Numbers game

The numbers game: the role of 'quants' in navigating financial markets

Financial markets are a numbers fest – market indices, option prices, hedging strategies, futures markets. More and more, mathematicians are employed to help navigate a safe path through the complexity. They are the quants, or quantitative

Mathematics 2 May, 2019
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Researchers shed new light on the pulse of plate tectonics

Monash researchers have shown for the first time that the melting of rocks within the Earth’s continental crust occurs in ‘pulses’.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 7 February, 2019
Sustainable Finance

Monash signs international research agreement to investigate impact of ‘sustainable finance’ on markets

Monash University has signed a major research agreement with international environmental, social and governance (ESG) group Vigeo Eiris in an effort to better understand the intricacies of ESG factors on financial markets.

Mathematics 5 October, 2018