Bill Barton’s Survey
For use in Bill’s Plenary talk, Wednesday 9 a.m.
The 2012 Colloquium will be hosted by Massey University at Palmerston North, Tuesday December 4 to Thursday December 6.
The annual Colloquium brings together the mathematical community of New Zealand while welcoming overseas visitors to join us.
Time will be dedicated to the discussion of all aspects of pure and applied mathematics and statistics. Talks will be given by internationally recognized leaders in the field and also by emerging researchers and postgraduate students.
- Astrid an Huef, Functional Analysis NZMS Speaker. Chair of Pure Mathematics, University of Otago abstract
- Bill Barton, Mathematics Education Professor, University of Auckland. President, International Commission on Mathematical Instruction 2009-2011 abstract
- John Sader, Continuum Mechanics & Nanoscience NZIAS Speaker. Professor of Mathematics, Melbourne University, & KNI Distinguished Visiting Professor, Caltech abstract
- Kate Smith-Miles, Neural networks, combinatorial optimization, and data mining Professor and Head of School, Monash University. Australian Mathematical Society Medal, 2010 abstract
- Ilze Ziedins, Stochastic networks ANZIAM Speaker. Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Auckland abstract
|$320||General registration including GST; $50 discount for NZMS members registering before 1 November 2012|
|$180||Student registration including GST; $25 discount for NZMS members registering before 1 November 2012|
Deadline: Wednesday 14 November 2012
AgHort Lecture Block, Massey University, Palmerston North
(Massey University's PN campus in google maps; the main parking area is bounded by Orchard Road, Collinson Road, and Albany Drive on the south side of the campus)
The Colloquium Dinner has been organized for Wednesday at Wharerata, the Massey University Staff Club.
Several accommodation options are provided here.
Contact usCharles Little
Institute of Fundamental Sciences
Private Bag 11-222
Tel +64 6 (06) 356-9099 x3559
Web-related issues: Email John Shanks
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organizations for this event: