Jacob Priddle, Queensland University of Technology
AMSI Winter School is an annual two-week school (first held in 2005) designed for postgraduate students, early-career researchers and industry professionals in the mathematical sciences and related disciplines.
Each year, the school focuses on a specific theme, chosen from emerging national and international research trends and priorities, and provides a scaffolded introduction to current research by national and international experts, presenting open problems or cutting-edge techniques.
Participants expand their skills and knowledge while building collaborative national networks.
Queensland University of Technology will host AMSI Winter School 2023 on Modelling our Changing Biosphere. The program will centre around the planet’s biosphere (the coupled system of physical and biological systems that support human life), and how mathematical modelling can help conserve and sustain it in the face of anthropogenic change.
To maximise the experience, several program extras including social events, specialist lectures, participants talks and activities will complement the academic program to encourage networking and collaboration.
AMSI Winter School provides a rare opportunity to engage with high achieving students and researchers, network with global experts, and open doors to prospective team members.
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