The 2012 joint meeting of the New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory branches of ANZIAM (Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics) was held at UNSW on 22 - 23 November 2012. The aim of Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM) is to:
- Advance the application of mathematics to science, industry and business;
- Promote mathematical research relevant to applications of mathematics;
- Provide for the exchange of ideas and information between applied mathematicians and users of mathematics in science, engineering and industry;
- Encourage the education and training of industrial and applied mathematicians.
The NSW/ACT joint meeting of ANZIAM gives academics and students a chance to present the findings of their research, to get to know their colleagues and to enjoy the annual dinner together. Postgraduate students in particular are encouraged to present their work and will receive free registration which includes attendance at the Conference dinner. Students from outside Sydney presenting talks can also apply for one night's free accommodation.
For more information see the official website.