The world is changing around us. Optimisation– which used to be hidden behind closed doors is now at our fingertips shaping the way in which we live our lives, move our goods, and make our decisions. From healthcare, sports, transport and manufacturing through to the deployment of next generation fibre networks, optimisation is core to working in the 21st century.
We are excited to announce that the Biarri Applied Mathematics Conference is on again for 2016. Registrations are now open and this year the conference will be held in Brisbane, Australia, on June 28 and 29 at QUT Gardens Point with support from The Queensland University of Technology, The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute and Biarri.
The Biarri Applied Mathematics Conference is a free two-day event that brings together innovators, thought leaders, industry and students to bridge the gap between academia and practice. It’s a perfect opportunity for networking, seeing how maths is actually being applied in the real world and discovering the benefits in applying mathematical techniques across business.
This year we’ve got some awesome presentations that are set to make you think about how we can be doing things better:
- Evan Shellshear, Simultek, How to beat the best at optimisation
- Stephen Gay, MIDAS Tech International, Machine learning methods for mineral processing
- Robin Pearce, University of Queensland, Extending the MIP toolbox to crack the Liner Shipping Fleet Repositioning Problem
- Michael Forbes, University of Queensland, Reviewing the Decision Review System in Cricket
- And much more.
Head over to the BAM website to find out more and register now! Join us this year to see real optimisation in action and learn about how it’s used to keep our world moving.