ANZIAM Annual Conference 2021

Call for Participation and Papers


RACV Cape Schanck Resort

Sunday 31 January 2021 to Thursday 4 February 2021

ANZIAM Conference 2021
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The objective of the annual conference is to promote the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in all areas of applied and industrial mathematics. HDR students, postdoctoral researchers, academic staff and researchers across government and industry are encouraged to attend and share their latest developments. The technical program features oral presentations in parallel sessions and plenary presentations.

In 2021, the conference will be held at the RACV Cape Schanck Resort on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula south-east of Melbourne from the evening of Sunday 31 January to Thursday 4 February.

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Code of conduct

The conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties and online media.

Agreeing to the ANZIAM 2021 Conference Code of Conduct is a condition of registration.


Registration and abstract submission

Details forthcoming


Invited speakers

Details forthcoming


Events

Welcome Reception (Sunday 31 January)

A barbecue welcome reception will be held on the opening evening. All registered delegates and their accompanying guests are invited.

Students' Barbecue (Monday 1 February)

A free event for students to meet and mingle. Registration will be required for catering purposes.

Women in Applied Mathematics Lunch (Tuesday 2 February)

The lunch will be held under the umbrella of the Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group (WIMSIG) of the Australian Mathematical Society. It is free and open to all registrants, regardless of gender or membership of WIMSIG. The purpose of the lunch is to support women, and particularly early career researchers, to enter and establish careers in mathematics. Come along and hear about the careers of the female plenary speakers, network and discuss issues concerning women in mathematics in Australia and New Zealand. Registration will be required for catering purposes.

LGBTIQA+ and Allies Breakfast (Wednesday 3 February)

The LGBTIQA+ and Allies breakfast will be free and open to all delegates. Registration will be required for catering purposes.

Conference Dinner (Wednesday 3 February)

Tickets can be purchased at registration.

Mathematical Biology SIG Workshop (Friday 5 February)

MBSIG will have a one-day meeting following the main conference. Details TBA. For any enquiries, please contact workshop co-organiser Stuart Johnston.


Travel

The most convenient airport is Melbourne Tullamarine. We will be arranging buses from Tullamarine to the conference venue on the Sunday preceeding the conference and on the Thursday at the conclusion of the conference. For planning purposes, an option will be available at the time of registration to indicate whether delegates wish to take up this option. Further details forthcoming.


Accommodation

The RACV Cape Schanck Resort is the preferred supplier of accommodation for delegates. Further details, including student rates, forthcoming.


Support

Students

ANZIAM has a student support scheme providing funds towards attendance at ANZIAM for Australia and New Zealand-based students. The closing date is 6 December (8 weeks prior to the conference). For further details please see the ANZIAM Student Support Scheme website.

Caregivers

The following caregiver support grants may be useful:

Details of further caregiving support forthcoming.


Organising Committee


Invited Speakers Committee

  • Yvonne Stokes (Chair)
  • James McCaw
  • Regina Burachik
  • Neville Fowkes
  • Bishnu Lamichhane
  • Fabien Montiel
  • Claire Postlethwaite
  • Mat Simpson
  • Kate Smith-Miles


Updated: 11 May 2020
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