NSW ANZIAM Annual Meeting
- All Day
The conference will feature two invited speakers:
Professor Scot McCue, Professor of Applied Mathematics at QUT
Professor McCue is interested in the mathematics of ﬂuid ﬂow, heat transfer, water wave propagation, diﬀusion and mathematical biology, with particular attention applied to pattern formal on, wave propagation and instabilities. He uses a variety of analytical techniques, including applied complex analysis, formal asymptotics and other approximate methods. He has been awarded the EO Tuck Medal and the JH Michell Medal by ANZIAM. He is currently on the editorial board for four journals, including Proceedings of the Royal Society A. As of 2024, he is on the ARC College of Experts.
Dr Eva Stadler, the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney
Dr Stadler is an Early career researcher in the Infection Analytics Program. Her research interest is to use mathematical and statistical methods in interdisciplinary and collaborative projects on within-host dynamics, immunity, and treatment of malaria and SARS-CoV-2. A focus of her recent work is the analysis of in vitro and clinical data to investigate the resistance risk for antimalarial drugs and to predict the eﬃcacy of passive antibody prophylaxis and treatments in SARS-CoV-2.
When: The conference will open at 10.30 am on 30 November and conclude on 1 December 2023.
Where: Room 20.5
University of Wollongong, Wollongong
Oral presentations are invited. Please submit proposed titles, author list (including aﬃliations) and abstracts (<250 words).