2011+ Administrative Directory
A list of registered members of the Society is available to all financially paid-up members of the Australian Mathematical Society by logging-in to the Society's Wiki-based website. (You are presumably looking at it already.)
Use the ‘Member login’ link above.
A link to the directory should be on the resulting entry page; else click on `Members Area' in the black bar above the page.
2006 Administrative Directory
The 2006 Edition of the Society's Administrative Directory is now available.
This directory lists all members of the Society, as well as all mathematicians in university mathematics departments in Australia and New Zealand, and mathematicians working in a number of research units in government and industry. It also contains a wide range of more detailed information about mathematical organisations in Australia.
The directory is available free to all financially paid-up members of the Australian Mathematical Society in 2006 and all such members should have received a copy by now.
Other ways to find Australian mathematicians
There are a number of other ways that you can find people on-line:
- Most mathematics departments in Australia now maintain their own web pages, and these usually contain up-to-date information.
- Simply try using a Google search, using the person's name and the word ‘mathematics’, perhaps also with the name of the institution to which they belong. Usually the first returned ‘hit’ will give a link to their ‘Homepage’ or their institution's ‘Profile’ page for the desired person.
- An old list of Australian-based mathematicians, prepared in 2001 by the National Committee for Mathematics of the Australian Academy of Science (and not by the Australian Mathematical Society!) is still available. Corrections to this list cannot be made by the Society; they must be directed to the National Committee for Mathematics of the Australian Academy of Science.
For finding information about members of the Society who reside outside of Australia, or who do not work in an Australian mathematics department, your best option is probably to use Google.