|Date:||Thursday 1 Dec - Friday 2 Dec|
|Location:||WF710 and WF711, AUT City Campus|
The Mathematical Sciences Research Group (MSRG) within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology is hosting a Mathematical Sciences Symposium over the period Thursday and Friday Dec 1st – 2nd , 2016 at AUT.
The MSRG focuses on two main areas – Analytics and Applied Mathematics with a number of research clusters - Statistical Programming, Statistical Methodology, Stochastic Modelling, Computational & Mathematical Modelling (including Numerical methods), Financial Mathematics and Decision Analysis (including game theory), Structural Dynamics (including acoustics and waves).
The symposium will focus on the aforementioned areas. There will be some invited talks and we welcome contributed talks from the mathematical sciences community.
If you are planning on attending the Joint NZSA/ORSNZ Conference at AUT over the period November 27-30 you may wish to consider staying on in Auckland for the Symposium.
The meeting is open to all interested participants. There is no registration fee with morning and afternoon teas provided. There will be a Symposium Dinner on the Thursday evening (partially supported by the MSRG for those presenting at the Symposium.)
Jeffrey Hunter, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Mark J. McGuinness, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Geoff McLachlan, University of Queensland, Australia
Tak Kuen (Ken) Siu, Macquiarie University, Australia
Rhema Vaithianathan, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Graeme Wake, Massey University, New Zealand
The symposium will be held in AUT City Campus, WF Building.
Rooms: WF710 and WF711
Abstract: The invited talk is for 40min and the contribution talk is for 20min (just like the last year). The abstract (up to 250 words) is by Monday 21st November 2016.
Registration: There is no registration fee but the registration is by Monday 21st November 2016.
Symposium dinner: The symposium dinner is free of charge for speakers but guests should pay. ($65 for three course and $50 for two course).
Date & Time: 6:30pm, 1 December 2016
Venue: Four Seasons