[ASC-list] Mathematics of Planet Earth Australia Newsletter - May 2013

Simi Henderson simi at amsi.org.au
Mon May 20 06:14:19 UTC 2013


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Limitless applications...

May 2013

MPE Australia 2013 - The Conference

Inspiring new ideas, research and collaboration

Rydges Hotel, Exhibition Street, Melbourne

8-12 July 2013

Abstract submissions for MPE close 31 May. Get writing or collaborating for
presentation and poster abstracts NOW.

[2]Abstract submission

Katherine Evans, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

"hangs-out" with us in anticipation of her presentation at the MPE conference.

[3]Watch the interview here

[4]More conference information

MPE Public Lectures

Do you want to get a better handle on the Mathematics of Planet Earth?

Public lectures to inspire and educate will be

held throughout MPE - The Conference. We are bridging the academic/public
divide.

Spots are filling fast for Bureau of Meteorology CEO Dr Rob Vertessy's talk on
E.I - that's Environmental Intelligence.

[5]Reserve your seat for this lecture today

Prof. Hugh Possingham will be your gangplank between mathematics, economics and
marine protection, in his public lecture hosted by MPE and BrisScience.

[6]More info

About MPE 2013

Scientific societies, universities, research institutes, and foundations from
around the world have banded together and dedicated 2013 to Mathematics of
Planet Earth.

The year will put Australian research on the global stage in a bid to answer and
understand some of the world's toughest questions.

[7]www.MoPE.org.au

[8][png]              [http://twitter.com/share?url=http%3A%2F%2Ficont.ac%2F1KVKq&text=Mathematics+of+Planet+Earth+Australia+Newsletter+-+May+2013&via=DiscoverAMSI]

New MPE ambassador - Prof Hiroaki Kitano

RoboDog creator Prof. Hiroaki Kitano is

MPE's latest recruit.

As ambassador Prof. Kitano, also famous

for founding the Robotic Soccer World

Cup, will be barking about the pivotal role

maths and stats play as the common language of science.

He will be returning in October to give MPE sponsored public lectures in Sydney
and Melbourne.

[9]Register your interest

Blog: Predicting coronary heart disease

Learn how 3D modelling is helping to aid in the dectection of coronary heart
disease.

Blog written by AMSI's Vacation Research Scholarship recipient, Tanzila
Chowdhury, The University of Western Sydney.

[10]Read more

Upcoming MPE Australia Events

[11]Academic Workshop: Optimisation in Industry

5 - 7 June 2013, RMIT University

[12]Mathematics of Transportation Networks
19 - 21 June 2013, Monash University

[13]Academic Workshop: Representation theory and operator algebras
1 - 5 July 2013, University of Adelaide

[14]See more...

References

1. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/
2. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/submit-abstract/
3. http://youtu.be/_bbwMY_L9Bw
4. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/2013/
5. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/environmental-intelligence-for-australia/
6. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/brisscience-the-mathematics-and-economics-of-marine-protected-areas/
7. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/
8. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Australian-Mathematical-Sciences-Institute/105031952877553?fref=ts
9. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/public-lecture-kitano/
10. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/coronary-heart-disease/
11. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/workshop-optimisation-in-industry/
12. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/mathematics-of-transportation-networks-workshop/
13. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/workshop-representation-theory-and-operator-algebras/
14. http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/upcoming-events/

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