Pure Mathematics

The mathematics discipline within the Faculty of Science hosts a dynamic group of researchers in both pure and applied mathematics. Receiving 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings of “above world standard” for both pure mathematics and applied mathematics, the discipline’s research including significant capacity in computational mathematics, mathematical modelling in nanotechnology and industrial applications, calculus of variations, theory and applications of ordinary and partial differential equations, Fourier analysis, symmetry and number theory.

Associate Professor James McCoy

Associate Professor
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Head of Discipline

Calculus of variations, Curvature flow, Differential geometry

Professor George Willis

ARC Australian Laureate Fellow
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Algebra, Functional analysis, Group theory

Professor Florian Breuer

Professor
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Drinfeld modular forms, Drinfeld modules, Ducci sequences

Associate Professor Jeffrey Hogan

Associate Professor
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Clifford analysis, Fourier analysis, Signal processing

Associate Professor Michael Coons Jr

Associate Professor
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Number theory, Pure mathematics, Theoretical computer science

Dr Judy-Anne Osborn

Lecturer
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Combinatorics, Mathematics education

Dr Andrew Kepert

Lecturer
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Computational mathematics, Numerical mathematics, Operations research

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