WIMSIG Supported Events


Advice Sheet for Event Organisers (PDF, 63KB)

UPCOMING ...

Women of Mathematics: A One-Day Meeting at ANU

This event will celebrate Women of Mathematics through a range of activities, including a networking lunch, a panel discussion, long (1 hour) and short (20 minutes) research talks, and an official opening (with cocktail reception) of the exhibit "Women of Mathematics" at ANU.

Some of these activities will be aimed at the general public, some at undergraduate students, and some at research mathematicians. Everybody is most welcome.

Invited Speakers

  • Dr Anita Liebenau (UNSW Sydney)
    First organiser of the exhibit Women of Mathematics in Australia (Monash 2017).
  • Prof Sylvie Paycha (Universität Potsdam)
    Curator (together with the photographer Noel Matoff) of the exhibit Women of Mathematics (since 2016), Chair of the European Mathematical Society committee Women and Mathematics (2006–2009), and Convenor of the organisation European Women in Mathematics (1995–1997).
  • Prof Cheryl Praeger AM FAA (The University of Western Australia)
    Australian Research Council Federation Fellow (2009–2013), Member of the Executive Committee of the International Mathematical Union (2007–2014), and Foreign Secretary of the Australian Academy of Science (2014–2018).
  • Prof Jacquie Ramagge (The University of Sydney)
    Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The University of Sydney and President of the Australian Mathematical Society .
  • Prof Kate Smith-Miles (The University of Melbourne)
    Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and President of the Australian Mathematical Society (2016–2018).
  • Prof Yvonne Stokes (The University of Adelaide)
    Immediate Past Chair of the Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group of the Australian Mathematical Society.


ANZIAM Conference 2019

The conference will feature a Women in Mathematical Sciences Lunch, to be (provisionally) held on Tuesday 5 February. This event is free and open to all delegates regardless of gender, although registration is required for catering purposes. You can register for this event by ticking the relevant box on the registration form.


International Day for Women and Girls in Science

The UN has declared February 11 to be the International Day for Women and Girls in Science. Perhaps you could grab some STEM colleagues and have an impromptu celebration.


Summer School at Institut Mittag Leffler (Stockholm)

"Modern theory of group actions and the special role of finite simple groups"

The main speakers are:

  • Alice Niemeyer (RWTH Aachen University)
  • Cheryl Praeger (The University of Western Australia)
  • Colva Roney-Dougal (University of St Andrews)

who will each be teaching a 4-hr lecture course. There will be additional short spotlight lectures too.

There are 21 places available with funding, i.e., accommodation and meal allowance. Up to 13 additional participants are possible, provided they find (and pay for) their own accommodation.

Even before official registration at the IML is open, we invite applications!

Please include:

  • A short CV and informal statement on why you wish to attend and what you hope to get out of the school.
  • A short recommendation from a supervisor.

Potential participants who wish to apply for financial support are asked to outline their needs in their application letter. Our resources are however quite limited. As part of this summer school format we particularly encourage female candidates to apply!

Please email Rebecca Waldecker if you want to apply or in case of any questions.

The deadline for applications is February 1, 2019.


Her Story: Inspiring Women in Science

  • 10am — 5pm daily (until November 15)
  • Main Foyer, South Australian Museum
  • More information


PAST EVENTS (prior to 2019)

A list of past events (held prior to 2019) can be found at http://www.austms.org.au/WIMSIG-Past-Events.

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Updated: 06 Feb 2019
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