The Department presents a series of regular colloquiums and seminars, engaging with universities and industry bodies around the world.
Wednesday 28 November 05:30pm
Get an Insight into the future at the annual Engineering, Information Technology and Mathematics Showcase. See highlights of the very best student projects from a variety of Engineering, IT and Mathematic disciplines.
Friday 23 November 09:30am
You are welcome to attend Honours and Masters theses presentations.
Friday 02 November 12:00pm
As part of his Mahler lecture tour in Australia, Professor Corwin from Columbia University, USA will be visiting La Trobe mathematics and statistics department and giving a Mahler Lecture, see information below. We invite you to attend this special event.
Friday 19 October 12:00pm
You are welcome to attend the following Statistics and Stochastic colloquium (part of the Colloquium Series of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics) at La Trobe University.
Friday 05 October 12:00pm
Join us to explore issues and techniques used the various omics fields (transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, metagenomics). These new fields can offer insights into the complex molecular interactions of biological systems, but analysis has some technical challenges.
Friday 14 September 12:00pm
Join us as we host this statistics colloquium with Associate Professor Kok-Leong Ong from the La Trobe Business School.
Friday 17 August 12:00pm
Join us as we host this statistics colloquium with Associate Professor Paul Kabaila from La Trobe University.
Tuesday 14 August 06:30pm
Join Professor Susan Murphy (Harvard University) as she discusses how data collected through mobile apps can transform the way that we tailor and deliver healthcare treatments.
Friday 03 August 12:00pm
Join us as we host a statistics colloquium presented by Dr Heejung Shim, University of Melbourne
Friday 20 July 12:00pm
Join us as we host a statistics colloquium presented by Professor R. J. Williams (University of California, San Diego).
Friday 13 July 12:00pm
Join us for this seminar as we discuss the maximum likelihood estimator.
Tuesday 29 May 01:00pm
Join us for this seminar as we discuss seasonal long-memory processes with Gegenbauer-type spectral densities.
Friday 11 May 12:00pm
Join us for a statistics colloquium about how the score test can be consistent.
Thursday 08 February 12:00pm
An introduction to linguistics through an overview of how quantitative methods are employed in the scientific study of language