We have made a minor change to the programme, with Prof. Vicky Mabin’s plenary address entitled: Use of Reframing in Evidence-Based Modelling to Support Policy Decisions now scheduled for Tuesday morning (December 3).
We are also fortunate to now have a keynote address by Dr James Tipping from the Electricity Authority, which has been scheduled for Wednesday (December 4), to kick-off the sessions on energy and emissions. These sessions will conclude with a panel discussion chaired by Adjunct Prof. Grant Read.
More details about the programme are available here.
Due to a scheduling conflict with another conference, the ORSNZ conference has been shifted by one day. We have already individually contacted everyone who has already registered.
The conference will therefore be held from Tuesday, December 3 to Wednesday, December 4; below is an updated schedule, which can also be found on the conference website, here.
Tuesday, December 3
The first day of the conference (Tuesday) will have a Healthcare Analytics focus, with at least session on Healthcare, a plenary by Prof. Margaret Brandeau (Stanford University), and an Analytics Forum event, focussed on Healthcare.
The conference dinner will be held from 6:30 on Tuesday evening.
Wednesday, December 4
The second day of the conference will have a plenary by Prof. Vicky Mabin, (Victoria University of Wellington), and at least one session on Energy and Emissions as well as a panel discussion on emissions and carbon-neutral policies.
YPP and JAG prizes will be awarded at the conclusion to the conference.
The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG), Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Symposium over the period Thursday 21st November – Friday 22nd November 2019. The symposium will be held at Auckland University of Technology, WF Building, AUT City Campus, Auckland Central, rooms WF710 and WF711.
The following invited speakers have been confirmed: • Boris Choy, The University of Sydney, Australia • Simona Fabrizi, The University of Auckland, New Zealand • Rachel Fewster, The University of Auckland, New Zealand • Andreas W. Kempa-Liehr, The University of Auckland, New Zealand • Fabien Montiel, University of Otago, New Zealand • Thomas Yee, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Contributed talks (20 minutes) from the mathematical sciences community are welcomed. Abstracts (up to 250 words) should be submitted through the symposium website by Monday 11th November 2019.
Attendance at the symposium is open to all members of the mathematical sciences community. There is no registration fee, however participants are required to register on the Symposium website by Thursday 7th November 2019.