Research Investment and Expenditure into the Mathematical Sciences

AMSI-MATRIX REPORT31 MARCH 2022 This report, published by MATRIX and AMSI, analyses investment and expenditure in Australia to support research in the mathematical sciences over the period 2011-2021/22 using current publicly available data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the Australian Research Council (ARC) and the National Medical and Health Research Council (NHMRC). The report includes a summary of … Read More

Open calls for research program proposals

MATRIX research programs Next closing date: Friday, 23 September 2022Guidelines MATRIX invites proposals for research programs to be held in 2023/2024/2025. MATRIX-RIMS tandem research workshop (2022) Closing date: Friday, 15 April 2022GuidelinesMATRIX and the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS), Japan invite proposals for a tandem workshop taking place simultaneously at MATRIX and RIMS in the week of 26-30 September 2022. Funding … Read More

ARC infrastructure grant success for MATRIX

Congratulations to Chief Investigators Jan de Gier, Peter Bouwknegt, David Wood and Joseph Grotowski on their successful ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF LE22) application for MATRIX. https://www.arc.gov.au/news-publications/media/media-releases/setting-our-researchers-tools-innovation The LIEF scheme provides funding for research infrastructure, equipment and facilities to eligible organisations. The scheme enables researchers to participate in cooperative initiatives so that expensive research infrastructure, equipment and facilities … Read More

New MATRIX-Simons Collaborative Fund to Enhance Engagement

  MATRIX, Australia’s international research institute for the mathematical sciences, has created a new fund to enhance knowledge sharing with external partners. The fund is made available by a generous grant from the US-based Simons Foundation. Research programs with financial support from business, industry, government, funding bodies or donors will be eligible to receive matched funding up to $20,000. Mathematical … Read More