- Founding Director's Website
Vale: Professor Jonathan M Borwein
These pages are part of the continuing legacy of Professor Jonathan M Borwein, CARMA's Founding Director, whose sudden and unexpected passing away on 2nd August 2016 caused shockwaves of sorrow to ripple around the mathematical world. Jon changed the way innumerable people think and feel about mathematics, and his contributions are celebrated and commemorated in events and blogs listed in this news item, including the Jonathan M Borwein Commemorative Conference
- Borwein Meetings
As a Laureate Professor at University of Newcastle, Jonathan Borwein would frequently gather his students and postdocs together in his office for meetings. In those meetings, he would talk with each person about their current projects and the challenges they were encountering. These meetings frequently led to fruitful collaborations between researchers who discovered unexpected commonality in their mathematical interests.
The Borwein Meetings are an attempt to carry on this part of his legacy by connecting early career researchers. Come or use Skype to share and discuss research, and to learn about what others are doing. RHD students may also want to use this relaxed setting as the opportunity to practice giving a research talk. Everyone (not just RHD students and postdocs) is encouraged to come or join via Skype. People can ask questions and participate in the discussion. If you would like to share some ideas, you can contact us.
- David Borwein at Ninety
A tribute, archive and biography, including a timeline of his life and archive of his publications.
- The Kurt Mahler Archive
The complete works of Kurt Mahler, collected in memory of Alf van der Poorten.
- "Mathematical Logic and Philosophy" Lecture Series
A four-lecture series by Prof Jeremy Avigad presented at CARMA in May 2015.