WIMSIG Supported Events


Advice Sheet for Event Organisers (PDF, 63KB)

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WIMSIG ENDORSED EVENTS

2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology

The Society for Mathematical Biology has set up a Twitter account specifically to discuss information for parents at the conference.

Call for volunteers
There are now over 500 registrants for SMB2018. With so many attendees, some more volunteers are needed to make sure the conference runs smoothly. A volunteer with a first aid certificate is especially needed.

All volunteers will receive: 

  • a free breakfast on the days they are working,
  • a special thank you dinner at the end of the conference,
  • a specially designed rugby jumper.

Student volunteers will receive a free ticket to the conference dinner.

Please contact Mary Myerscough (mary.myerscough@sydney.edu.au) for further details.


AMSI Winter School 2018 on Curvature

ChooseMaths grants are available for female students and early career researchers.


World Meeting for Women in Mathematics — (WM)²

The (WM)² is a satellite event of the ICM 2018, organised by the IMU Committee for Women in Mathematics. It will bring together mathematicians from all over the world to think about and discuss the gender issue in mathematics and its challenges, initiatives, and perspectives for the future, with a strong focus on Latin America.

Registration is now open.


PAST EVENTS (prior to 2018)

A list of past events (held prior to 2018) can be found at http://www.austms.org.au/WIMSIG-Past-Events.


PAST EVENTS (2018)

WIMSIG ENDORSED EVENTS

AMSI Summer School 2018

Interesting Courses for Honours and PhD Students

The upcoming AMSI Summer School will be held at Monash University's Clayton campus. There will be 8 different courses on offer, which may be able to be credited against the coursework component of your degree.

ChooseMaths grants support participation by female students and early career researchers. Applications for travel funding close on Sunday 29 October 2017.


Updated: 29 Mar 2018
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