Every year, AMSI Member institutions around Australia broadcast mathematical seminars, short courses and Honours and Masters subjects over the Advanced Collaborative Environment (ACE) Network, enabling students and academics to participate remotely by videoconference.
Do you want to take honours or masters subjects not available at your university?
Do you want to expand your current knowledge?
You can with AMSI’s ACE Network.
Join lecturers and students from around Australia in interactive videoconference classes in the mathematical sciences. ACE subjects are free and may be taken for credit with the permission of your institution.
Are you interested in teaching over the ACE Network?
Check out our 2020 timetable below and see if you would be interested in teaching in 2021. Email us today with your idea.
In recognition of the hard work that goes into producing quality honours and masters programs, AMSI will provide lecturer payments of $1500 for selected subjects every year (subject to external students being enrolled post-census date, allocated to the most highly prioritised offerings).
Want to broadcast a short course or seminar over the
Contact us to promote it across our digital network.
Get your department and students involved in the ACE Network today!
Reach a wide audience by encouraging your lecturers to broadcast seminars, short courses and Honours and Masters subjects over the ACE Network.
Promote the ACE Network to your students, refer a lecturer or hold a one-off seminar/short course.
Contact us to learn more.
To join an ACE seminar or short course, notify the contact person(s) named in the seminar or course announcement that you will be participating.
|Name of Subject||Lecturer||Host University||Timetable (AEDT)||Teaching Dates||More Info|
|Advanced Data Analysis||Thomas Suesse||University of Wollongong||Mon 9:30-11:30||2 March — 1 June||Subject Guide|
|Advanced Topics in Cryptography||Serdar Boztas||RMIT University||Thurs 18:30-20:30||5 March — 30 May||Subject Guide|
|Applied Mathematical Modelling||Peter Kim||The University of Sydney||Mon 11:00-13:00|
|26 Feb — 28 May||Subject Guide|
|Modern Methods of Theoretical Modelling||Snezhana Abarzhi||The University of Western Australia||Tues 13:00-16:00||25 Feb — 22 May||Subject Guide|
|Networks and High-Dimensional Inference||Eduardo Altmann||The University of Sydney||Tues 9:00-11:00|
|25 Feb — 26 June||Subject Guide|
|Nonlocal Diffusion, Theory and Applications||Serena Dipierro||The University of Western Australia||Thurs 15:00-16:00||27 Feb — 21 May||Subject Guide|
|Real Analysis and Measure Theory||Enrico Valdinoci||The University of Western Australia||Mon 13:00-15:00|
|24 Feb — 20 May||Subject Guide|
|Statistical Consulting||David Steel||University of Wollongong||Tues 10:30-12:30||3 March —|
|Theory of Statistics||Paul Kabaila||La Trobe University||Wed 12:30-15:00||4 March —|
|Name of Subject||Lecturer||Host University||Timetable (AEST)||Teaching Dates||More Info|
|Advanced Numerical Analysis||Bishnu Lamicchane||The University of Newcastle||Tue 11:-00-13:00||20 July — 8 Nov||Subject Guide|
|Algebraic Number Theory||Florian Breuer||The University of Newcastle||Fri 12:00-14:00||7 Aug — 6 Nov||Subject Guide|
|Complex Analysis||Greg Markowsky||Monash University||Lectures|
|August — October||Subject Guide|
|Computational Thinking with Python||Shelly Grist||University of Southern Queensland||Workshop|
|13 July — 23 Oct||Subject Guide|
|Mathematical Biology||Stephen Davis||RMIT University||Wed|
All other states
|29 July — 14 Oct||Subject Guide|
|Optimisation for Deep Learning||Nadezda Sukhorukova||Swinburne University||Wed 08:30-10:30||5 August — 31 Oct||Subject Guide|
|Vector Calculus and Mathematical Modelling of Fluid Flows||Sergey Suslov||Swinburne University||Thu 12:00-14:00|
|6 August — 31 October||Subject Guide|