BAM 2019 logo

BAM2019 is on!

Join us at the most fun maths conference of the year

Strategy, innovation, operational success and a good bottom line all rely on one thing – good decisions. Not only that but fast, data driven decisions too. As time runs out, the data sets are multiplying creating the paradoxical situation of making decisions harder.  But there is one easy decision this year – attend BAM 2019

The Biarri Applied Mathematics conference – BAM 2019 – is the top maths conference in Australia and due to popular demand we’re holding it again this year. There are a limit of 250 spots of which are number are already gone. So grab your tickets now so you don’t end up on the waiting list like dozens of people did last time. The best part? The tickets are free.

Get your tickets here now.

Why come?

This year’s event will again see industry leaders from Australia’s top companies as well as top researchers from UQ and other universities presenting their latest insights on making better decisions. This year we’ve decided to change the format and have the whole event happen on one day on the 20th November, at the beautifully accommodating St Leo’s college at UQ.

You’ll discover expert discussions, see maths in action at the demo table, rub shoulders with thought leaders and talk to your peers in an intimate environment.

Time to decide: automating solutions to your business challenges

The theme of this year’s BAM is making better decisions. At the event, you will learn how mathematics is powering the best decisions making tools on the market.

Not only that but you’ll discover how by harnessing the power of well-known optimisation, machine learning, artificial intelligence and cloud based techniques we can scale automated, powerful and objective decision support tools to help us break out of the decision paralysis facing so many companies today. It will show you how to data into value.

You’ll learn:

  • How can you use maths in your job to make better decisions?
  • How can you use maths to save costs and be more efficient?
  • What is the pathway to better decision making with maths?

At BAM2019 you’ll discover the answers to these questions and much more so get your tickets here now.

Check out the BAM website here.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.