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Josef Dick

Address: Professor Josef Dick
Head, Department of Applied Mathematics (January 2017 - present)
School of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052
Email: josef.dick (at) unsw.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 9385 7040
Fax: +61 2 9385 7123
Office: RC 2074

Editorial Duties



PhD Honours students Masters

Projects for PhD, honours or master students

For some possible projects in Statistics, Computational Mathematics or Number Theory click here. Information on Scholarships for Australian and international students can be found at the UNSW Graduate Research School page.


Matlab programs

There are a number of online resources for generating QMC point sets. The magic point shop from Dirk Nuyens contains programs to do the component-by-component construction and to generate the points. The Tools for Higher-Order Quasi-Monte Carlo website from Robert N. Gantner at SAM ETH Zürich, has point sets for generating higher-order Quasi-Monte Carlo rules, with a focus on interlaced polynomial lattice rules. Ísabel Piršić has generating matrices for Niederreiter-Xing nets. Frances Y. Kuo has lattice rule generating vectors and Sobol sequence generators.


The Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo (MCQMC) Wiki page contains a lot of free online material.


Many of my preprints can be found on my arXiv page.

List of publications

Josef Dick's publication listed in MathSciNet can be found here and his MathSciNet profile here.

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