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Key Dates

Event Date
Registration opens Monday October 23, 2017
Early-bird registration closes Monday December 4, 2017
Abstract submission closes Thursday January 11, 2018
Registration closes Friday January 26, 2018
Early-Career Workshop February 3-4, 2018
ANZIAM Conference February 4-8, 2018
Women in Mathematical Sciences Lunch Tuesday February 6, 2018
Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group Workshop Ω Friday February 9, 2018

In the evening of Sunday February 4 there is a welcome reception for all early-bird and standard registrations for the full conference. The conference proper runs from Monday February 5 - Thursday February 8.

Registration Fees

Early-Bird Standard
Standard Member $720 $820
Non-Member $770 $870
Student $380 $430
Retired $350 $450
Conference Dinner Ticket - Wednesday night $140
Accompanying person (>12 years) $270
Single Day $250
Early-Career Workshop free
Women in Mathematical Sciences Lunch free
Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group Workshop Ω $40

All early-bird and standard registrations for the full conference are inclusive of the welcome reception at the Hotel Grand Chancellor on the evening of Sunday, February 4. Also included are the lunches and morning and afternoon tea breaks over the duration of the conference. The conference dinner is not included in the registration fee.

AMSI-ANZIAM Early-Career Workshop 2018

The 2018 AMSI-ANZIAM Early-Career Workshop (ECW) will be held in Hobart on the 3rd (1pm start) and 4th of February, 2018, immediately before ANZIAM 2018. Featuring speakers from both industry and academia, the workshop provides early-career mathematicians the chance to discuss career pathways, hear advice on research collaboration, undertake communication skills training, improve their well-being and ask for advice from experienced mathematicians. Registration is free and is open to all current students and conference delegates within five years of graduating. The ECW includes dinner on the evening of the 3rd and lunch on the 4th, with tea provided both days.

Registration for the ECW is available as part of the registration for ANZIAM 2018.


Women in Mathematical Sciences Lunch

The 2018 Women in Mathematical Sciences ANZIAM Lunch will be held on Tuesday 6 February. This event is being held under the umbrella of the Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group (WIMSIG) of the Australian Mathematical Society. It is free to all registrants at ANZIAM 2018 that wish to attend and is funded and supported by Prof. Nalini Joshi's Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowship. It is open to people of any gender.

The purpose of the lunch is to support women, and particularly early career researchers, to enter and establish careers in mathematics. Come along and hear about the careers of the ANZIAM 2018 female plenary speakers, to discuss issues concerning women in mathematics in Australia, and to network with fellow WIMSIG members and supporters. Check out the WIMSIG website for information on/advice from the female plenary speakers at this and past ANZIAM and AustMS conferences.

Update February 2: the WIMSIG program has been released.

Ω Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group Workshop 2018

The 2018 Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group Workshop (MBSIG) will be held in Hobart on Friday February 9 (4:30pm finish), immediately after the ANZIAM Conference. This year the workshop will be organised by the UTAS Theoretical Phylogenetics Group and will have a focus on evolutionary mathematics, particularly phylogenetics. Registration is $40 and includes lunch. Further details will be announced closer to the date.

Confirmed speakers: Barbara Holland (UTAS), Andrew Francis (WSU), Michael Baake (U Bielefeld), Ben Kaehler (ANU), and Venta Terauds (UTAS).

Theoretical Phylogenetics at UTAS


Update February 1: the MBSIG program has been released.

***IMPORTANT NOTE***: the workshop is being held on the Sandy Bay campus of UTAS. This is a 30-40 min walk from the Hobart CBD.

ANZIAM Student Support Scheme

Student members of ANZIAM can access funding to attend ANZIAM 2018 through the ANZIAM Student Support Scheme. The deadline is 8 weeks before the conference (December 10).