Student Research Conference 2019 Event as iCalendar

10 June 2019

Venue: SLT1/303-G01

Location: City Campus, 38 Princes St, Auckland

Host: Department of Mathematics

Cost: Free

Maths equations on a whiteboard, Department of Mathematics

About the conference


The Department of Mathematics recognises the importance of student scholarly work.

The Student Research Conference is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to present the research they have conducted, to share it with other students and faculty and receive feedback.

We invite proposals in pure mathematics, applied mathematics and mathematics education. Students at all academic levels may present their scholarly work at the conference.

 

Programme


Our programme for the day runs from the opening address at 9.25am through to the announcement of prizes at 4.30pm.

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Selected abstracts


Our postgraduate students have submitted abstracts for presentations at the showcase. Nineteen have been selected ranging from Modelling pulse propagation along an optical fibre with higher-order dispersion – do such solitons exist? and Evolving robots that have heteroclinic brains through to Classi cation and construction of semisimple Lie algebras andCorrecting Public and Private Errors.

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Prizes available


The Student Research Conference is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to present the research they have conducted, to share it with other students and faculty and receive feedback. It is a way the Department of Mathematics recognises the importance of student scholarly work. 

We invite proposals in pure mathematics, applied mathematics and mathematics education.

Students at all academic levels may present their scholarly work at the conference.

Three prizes of $500 each will be awarded to the best presentations.

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Chair and committee


Thank you to our Chair and Programme Committee for organising this event.

Chair of the Conference | Distinguished Professor Marston Conder


Programme Committee

Dr Gabriel Verret – algebra, discrete mathematics;

Dr Shayne Waldron – analysis, topology, geometry;

Dr Shixiao Wang – applied mathematics;

Dr Julia Novak – mathematics education.

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Key dates


Please make sure that you mark the following dates in your calendar:

  • Friday 17 May 2019 | Deadline for submission of abstracts
  • Wednesday 22 May 2019 | Authors notified of acceptance of abstracts
  • Monday 10 June 2019 | Conference day in SLT1/303-G01
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Submission of abstracts


We invite both undergraduate and postgraduate proposals in pure mathematics, applied mathematics and mathematics education.

Please use the following instructions:

  • Submit your abstract as an attachment in an email sent to the Chair, Professor Marston Conder (m.conder@auckland.ac.nz) and the program committee member responsible for your field (see above).
  • Your abstract must be no longer than one page, and saved as a PDF file.
  • Your name, your supervisor’s name and the title are compulsory parts of the abstract.
  • Several examples of abstracts from previous years are below. Please follow these examples wherever possible.
  • In your email, state your name, your supervisor’s name, and indicate whether your supervisor has approved your abstract.

The deadline for submitting your abstract is Friday 17 May.

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Sample abstracts from previous years


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