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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.

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Network subjects

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I want to teach ACE
Network subjects

Convenor Information
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involved in the
ACE Network

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or Short Course Attendees

I want to participate in a
seminar or short course broadcast over the ACE Network


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.


Honours and Masters Subjects

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).

Short Courses and Seminars

Want to broadcast a short course or seminar over the
ACE Network?

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.


Seminar or Short Course Attendee

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.

You can find upcoming sessions with contact details on our events page or by checking the Discover AMSI Facebook and Twitter pages.

Subject Offerings

Semester One 2020


Name of SubjectLecturerHost UniversityTimetable (AEDT)Teaching DatesMore Info
Advanced Data AnalysisThomas SuesseUniversity of WollongongMon 9:30-11:302 March — 1 June Subject Guide
Advanced Topics in CryptographySerdar BoztasRMIT UniversityThurs 18:30-20:305 March — 30 May Subject Guide
Applied Mathematical ModellingPeter KimThe University of SydneyMon 11:00-13:00
Wed 11:00-12:00
Thur 11:00-12:00
26 Feb — 28 May Subject Guide
Modern Methods of Theoretical ModellingSnezhana AbarzhiThe University of Western AustraliaTues 13:00-16:0025 Feb — 22 May Subject Guide
Networks and High-Dimensional InferenceEduardo AltmannThe University of SydneyTues 9:00-11:00
Wed 9:00-11:00
25 Feb — 26 June Subject Guide
Nonlocal Diffusion, Theory and ApplicationsSerena DipierroThe University of Western AustraliaThurs 15:00-16:0027 Feb — 21 May Subject Guide
Real Analysis and Measure TheoryEnrico ValdinociThe University of Western AustraliaMon 13:00-15:00
Wed 12:00-13:00
24 Feb — 20 May Subject Guide
Statistical ConsultingDavid SteelUniversity of WollongongTues 10:30-12:303 March —
9 June
Subject Guide
Theory of StatisticsPaul KabailaLa Trobe UniversityWed 12:30-15:00
4 March —
5 June
Subject Guide

Semester Two 2020


Name of SubjectLecturerHost UniversityTimetable (AEST)Teaching DatesMore Info
Advanced Numerical AnalysisBishnu LamichhaneThe University of NewcastleTue 11:-00-13:0020 July — 8 Nov Subject Guide
Algebraic Number TheoryFlorian BreuerThe University of NewcastleFri 12:00-14:007 Aug — 6 Nov Subject Guide
Complex AnalysisGreg MarkowskyMonash UniversityLectures
Mon 14:30-16:00
Wed 14:00-15:30
Fri 14:00-16:00
August — October Subject Guide
Computational Thinking with PythonShelly GristUniversity of Southern QueenslandWorkshop
Tue 12:00-14:00
Thu 11:00-12:00
13 July — 23 Oct Subject Guide
Mathematical BiologyStephen DavisRMIT UniversityWed
QLD 11:00-11:45
VIC 11:45-12:30
All other states
29 July — 14 Oct Subject Guide
Optimisation for Deep LearningNadezda SukhorukovaSwinburne UniversityWed 08:30-10:30
5 August — 31 Oct Subject Guide
Vector Calculus and Mathematical Modelling of Fluid FlowsSergey SuslovSwinburne UniversityThu 12:00-14:00
Fri 11:00-13:00
6 August — 31 October Subject Guide