Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013: The Conference (MPE2013)

Organization: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute

Venue: Rydges Melbourne Hotel

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Event Date/Time: Jul 08, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT +9:00 hours) End Date/Time: Jul 12, 2013 / 2:00 pm - (GMT +9:00 hours)
Early Registration Date: Jun 10, 2013 Time: 18:00:00(GMT +9:00 hours)
Abstract Submission Date: May 31, 2013 Time: 18:00:00(GMT +9:00 hours)
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AMSI and our conference partners are proud to announce Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013: The Conference. This is the central academic event of the International Year of Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 in Australia.   This five-day conference will bring together the entire Australian scientific community to cultivate discussion, collaboration and draw on the mathematical sciences to solve challenges faced by our planet.   10 Reasons to attend: 1. Learn about complex systems 2. Explore a data-based view of our world 3. Understand earth system modelling 4. Discuss how to mitigate natural disaster risk 5. Investigate sustainability (environmental modelling) 6. Discover scientific data mining 7. Understand bioinvasion and biosecurity 8. Realise our subsurface potential 9. Learn about population census 10. Network with leading experts and peers


186 Exhibition Street


Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
Monash Road

Conference Speakers

  • Ms Julie Arblaster, Bureau of Meteorology
  • Dr David Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, the University of California
  • Dr Simon Barry, CSIRO
  • Mr Graeme Brown, Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • Prof Chris Budd, University of Bath
  • Mr John Cook, Global Change Institute, University of Queensland
  • Dr Katherine Evans, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Prof David Fox, Environmetrics Australia
  • Dr Bronwyn Harch, CSIRO
  • Prof David Karoly, ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science/University of Melbourne
  • Prof Brian Kennett FAA FRS, Australian National University
  • Dr Robert Muir-Wood, Risk Management Solutions
  • Prof Marc Parlange, Laboratory of Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology (EFLUM)
  • Prof Peter Waterhouse, University of Sydney
  • Mr Duncan Young, Australian Bureau of Statistics