The many talents of mathematicians

Victoria mathematicians provide living proof of the interaction of mathematics and the arts.

Dr Dillon Mayhew, recent recipient of one of the Rutherford Discovery Fellowships awarded to emerging scientific leaders, is also an accomplished French horn player. Australian-born Rod Downey splits his time between computation and complexity theory and devises and performs Scottish country dance, as well as surfing, while Peter Donelan is co-supervising a PhD student exploring the links between mathematics and poetry. Watch a video about Rod’s work.

Find out more about awards and grants received by the Maths group.

Professor Rod Downey

Dr Peter Donelan