An enduring topic of research interest relates to the heritability of mental traits, such as intelligence. Some of the work on this topic has focussed on genetic contributions to the speed of cognitive processing, by examination of response times in psychometric tests. An important limitation of previous work is the underlying assumption that variability in response times […]
The aim of this program is to bring together world leading mathematical modellers and systems biologists with experimentalists to discuss advances in all aspects of cell and tissue modelling. The focus of the workshop is on developing and using these models for drug discovery, develop new partnerships and strengthen interdisciplinary collaborations.
A $50 registration fee will be charged to non-speakers, with a discount to $40 for AMSI members. The registration fee will go towards funding the workshop dinner. To register your attendance, please send an e-mail to Hao Guo with the following information: Name Position and Affiliation E-mail Venue: Level 7, Ingkarni Wardli Building University of Adelaide, North […]
The aim of this four-day course is to work towards an understanding of and practical ability to fit species distribution models (SDMs). It will be useful if you plan to use SDMs, or if you just want to understand them better. We will focus on statistical models of species distributions – those that combine observed […]
The second event in the Teacher Immersion series will be held on Friday, 15 June. This event provides an excellent opportunity for Year 11 and 12 Economics teachers from across Australia to expand their knowledge of current economic issues and deepen their understanding of economic concepts. In addition to presentations by the Bank’s economists on relevant […]
Three-day conference | Two-day workshop Decision Making Under Uncertainty & Humanitarian Applications Returning in 2018, AMSI Optimise is an annual networking and research-training event that aims to strengthen mathematical optimisation research engagement and its applications across industry. This event will comprise a three-day industry-focused conference, followed by a two-day research workshop. The symposium features expert […]
A conference on connections between mathematics and the medical and life sciences. Targeted minisymposia; broad range of contributed papers; poster and discussion evening; prize talks; women in mathematics lunch; mentoring lunch; conference banquet at the edge of Sydney Harbour.
The AMSI Research & Higher Education program supports Australia’s academic community, fostering the critical links between researchers in universities, government agencies and business.
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