The School of Mathematical Sciences at Monash University is a world-class centre for research in diverse areas of mathematical sciences.
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Discrete Mathematics, especially Graph Theory
- Financial Mathematics
- Geometry and Topology
- Stochastic Analysis and Probability
Staff Research Supervisors
International Combinatorics Conference (5ICC), December 2017
Monash Workshop on Self-interacting Processes, August 2017
Computational Techniques and Applications Conference (CTAC), November 2016
Workshop on Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics, June 2016
Monash Workshop on Self-interacting Processes, September 2016
Workshop on Numerical PDEs, February 2016
Workshop on Analysis, Geometry and Mathematical Relativity, February 2016
Fellowship opportunities at the School of Mathematical Sciences:
The Gordon Preston Sabbatical Fellowship
To attract world-class academics for a sabbatical visit to Monash University.
Deadlines 31 March and 30 September.
The Robert Bartnik Visiting Fellowships
Visiting fellowships for researchers within 14 years of having completed a PhD, to enable them to visit Monash for at least three weeks, hosted by a member of the School of Mathematical Sciences.
Summer Vacation Research Scholarships for undergraduate students
Thinking about starting your Honours or PhD with us and would like to first test the waters? Then a Summer Research Scholarship could be for you.
Duration: Approximately six weeks from mid-November to late January.
Eligibility: Undergraduate students in their third or final year of their degree or Honours students, and currently enrolled at an Australian or New Zealand university. (Other students may also be considered dependent on availability of placements. )
For a list of projects go to Summer project List
Confidential enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org