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Dr Sherif Haggag and Dr Wei Zhang from the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences have been awarded grants from the FAME Sustainability Strategy 2023.
International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics appoints Professor Yvonne Stokes as Officer at Large
Professor Yvonne Stokes from the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences has been appointed to the position of Officer at Large at the International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics for a four-year term, commencing 1 October 2023.
Dr. Melissa Humphries from the School of Computer and Mathematical Sciences has been awarded a place on the prestigious Science & Technology Australia (STA) Policy Committee for the STEM sector.
We are delighted to share a significant achievement by our school in the recent International Collegiate Programming Contest South Pacific Contest Preliminary round.
The University of Adelaide is celebrating the life and legacy of John Stanley Davies, who bequeathed the organisation $2 million in property after his death in 1968, with an event happening on 17 August at the District Hall in Spalding.
The applications for the Márta Svéd scholarship are now open. This supports three female undergraduate students to undertake a Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences or a Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) program of study at the University of Adelaide. Apply now! Applications close on 10 September 2023.
Aerodynamics innovator Richard Kelso named finalist in SA Science Excellence and Innovation Awards 2023
Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Kelso has been shortlisted for ‘Innovator of the Year’ at the prestigious SA Science and Innovation Awards for his world record-breaking bicycle systems and helmet technology. Winners to be announced in November 2023.
Seafood provides a range of nutrients essential to human health, yet its quality largely depends on local environmental conditions. Furthermore, seafood provenance is often prone to uncertainty due to mislabelling of imported products or illegal fishing practices.
Global warming affects fish through multiple direct effects, however the indirect effects of temperature on fish diet on growth and survival remain unclear.