A Very Short History of the NSW ANZIAM Branch: Appendices Part One

By Mark Nelson

Link to the main page about the NSW ANZIAM branch.

The Executive Committee of the Branch

Officers of the branch executive

Year Chair Secretary Treasurer
1974 ??? W.B. Fraser (USN) (did not exist?)
1975??? ??? (did not exist?)
1976A.H. Klotz (USN) D. Cole (Department of Science) (did not exist)
1977??? ??? (did not exist?)
1978Professor R.I. Tanner (UNSW) Dr P.W. Buchen (USN) Professor V.T. Buchwald (UNSW)
2001Charlie Macaskill (?) (USN)
2002 Jane Sexton (?) (USN)
2003Charlie Macaskill (USN) Jane Sexton (USN) Peter Buchan
2004Tim Marchant (UoW) Jane Sexton (USN) Peter Buchan (USN)
2005Tim Marchant (UoW) Peter Buchan (USN)
2006Tim Marchant (UoW) Peter Buchan (USN)
2007Mark Nelson (UoW) Peter Buchan (USN)
2008Mark Nelson (UoW) Grant Cox (UoW) William Bertram
2009Grant Cox (UoW) Mark Nelson (UoW) Charlie Macaskill (USN)
2010Grant Cox (UoW) Mark Nelson (UoW) Charlie Macaskill (USN)
2011Natalie Thamwattana (UoW) Mark Nelson (UoW) Charlie Macaskill (USN)
2012John Murray UNSW) Mark Nelson (UoW) Charlie Macaskill (USN)
2013John Murray (UNSW) Mark Nelson (UoW) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2014Mike Meylan (UNC) John Murray (UNSW) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2015Mike Meylan (UNC) John Murray (UNSW) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2016Mike Meylan (UNC) John Murray (UNSW) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2017Mike Meylan (UNC) John Murray (UNSW) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2018Natalie Thamwattana (UoW) Christopher Lustri (MQU) Martin Wechselberger (USN)
2019David Khoury (UNSW) Christopher Lustri (MQU) Martin Wechselberger (USN)

Ex-officio members of the branch executive

Year Members
1974 ???
1975 ???
1976 V.T. Buchwald (UNSW)
1977 ???
An ex-officio member is not listed for the 1978 committee.

Ordinary members of the branch executive

Year Members
1974 ???
1975 ???
1976 R. Aus (High School) P.W. Buchen (USN) A. Fenwick (Navy Research) A.T. Johnson (Sydney Teachers College) A. Manton (CSIRO)
1977 ???
1978 Dr D.G. Cole (I.P.S., Dept. Science) Mr A.T. Johnson (Maths Dept, S.T.C.) Dr A.H. Klotz (Applied Maths., USN) Dr C. Scott (Mech & Indus Eng.,UNSW).
2004 Ian Benn Barrie Fraser (USN) Mark Nelson (UoW)
2009 Natalie Thamwattana (UoW)
2010 Natalie Thamwattana (UoW)
2011 Grant Cox (UoW) Mary Myerscough (USN)
2012 Natalie Thamwattana (UoW)
2013 Timothy Ling (UTS)
2014 Mark Nelson (UoW)
2015 Mark Nelson (UoW)
2016 Mark Nelson (UoW)
2017 Mark Nelson (UoW)
2018 Mike Meylan (UNC) Mark Nelson (UoW)
2019 Elena Levchenko (UNC) Xiao-Ping Lu (UOW) Mark Nelson (UOW) Natalie Thamwattana (UNC)

Branch meetings

List of Branch Meetings

In the presentations column the first numeral is the number of presentations (including invited presentations). The second numerical is the number of student presentations. The third number is number of student presentations as a percentage of the total number of presentations. In the final column ACT denotes a joint meeting with the ACT branch of ANZIAM.
Year Location Date Delegates Presentations Misc
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 Tuggerah Lake Memorial Club, The Entrance 3-4/11/2001 18B1 14 (4, 28.6%)
2002 Bannisters Point, Mollymook 25-26/05/2002 33B2 15 (9, 60%)
2003 Mittagong 22-23/11/2003 18 10 (4, 40%)
2004 Vincentia Golf Club, Jervis Bay 26-27/11/2004 c. 25 10 (4, 40%) ACT
2005 No meeting organised
2006 Vincentia Golf Club, Jervis Bay 8-9/12/2006 c. 25 10 (5, 50%) ACT
2007 University of Wollongong 10/12/2007 15 10 (6, 60%) ACT
2008 Coachhouse Marina Resort, Batemans Bay 21-22/11/2008 22 18 (10, 56%) ACT
2009 Coachhouse Marina Resort, Batemans Bay 4-5/12/2009 23 18 (13, 72.2%) ACT
2010 Berry Village Boutique Motel, Berry 3-4/12/2010 18 14 (10, 71.4%) ACT
2011 Murramarang Beachfront Nature Resort, South Durras 24-25/11/2011 31 16 (10, 62.5%) ACT
2012 University of New South Wales 24-25/11/2012 42 26 (16, 62%) ACT. http://conferences.science.unsw.edu.au/ANZIAMNSW2012/program.php
2013 University of Sydney 27-28/11/2013 37B3 20 (11, 55%) ACT http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/olver/conferences/ANZIAM
2014 No meeting organised
2015 University of Newcastle (Sydney campus) 25-26/11/2015 36B4 22 (12, 55%) ACT https://carma.newcastle.edu.au/anziam-nsw-act-2015/
2016 No meeting organised
2017 University of Wollongong 21/11/2017 17 14 (4, 28.6%)
2018 University of Newcastle 19-20/11/2018 24 17 (5, 29.4%) ACT https://carma.newcastle.edu.au/meetings/nswanziam2018/

  1. B1. The 2001 program does not have a list of delegates. I have based attendance upon the number of speakers plus three people known to have attended but not presented: Bronwyn Hajek, Neville de Mestre, Raseelo (Joel) Moitsheki, Natalie Thamwattana. Bronwyn attested to the attendance of Natalie and herself. Joel attested to his own attendance.
  2. B2. Although there were 33 registered delegates, only 30 attended the meeting (Sexton, 2002). So this number should arguable be 30.
  3. B3. According to the report of the meeting they were 35 delegates. The list of delegates that Dr Sheehan Olver sent me contained 34 names. Three people not on this list have informed me that they attended the meeting. So I have listed the attendees as 37.
  4. B4. The 2016 program does not have a list of delegates. However, after the conference one of the organisers, Björn Rüffer, emailed ne a delegates list.
  5. 2001. Obviously (?!) the first meeting of the newly relaunched branch sat a record for the meeting with the most number of delegates (?!).
  6. 2002. This meeting sat a new record for the most number of registered delegates, a record which held until the 2012 meeting at UNSW. However, only 30 of the 33 registered delegates attended the meeting (Sexton, 2002). Counting only delegates who, well, attended (why count the others?) this was the largest branch meeting until 2011.
  7. 2011. This meeting set a new record for the largest number of attendees (31), overtaking the 2002 meeting (which although it had 33 registered delegates only had 30 attendees present). As of 26th November 2018, the 2011 meeting holds the record for the largest meeting outside of the big smoke.
  8. 2012. This meeting sat a new record for the most number of delegates, a record which holds today (26th November 2018).

Conference organising committee

The primary organiser is listed first. The remaining organisers are listed in alphabetical order.
Year
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 Neville de Mestre (BOU)
2002 It's currently a mystery
2003 Tim Marchant (UOW) Maureen Edwards (UOW) Mark Nelson (UOW) Scott McCue (UOW)
2004 Dr T. Marchant (UOW) Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA) Dr R. Weber (UNSW@ADFA)
2005 No meeting organised
2006 Dr T. Marchant (UOW) Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA)
2007 Dr M.I. Nelson (UoW) Dr G. Mercer (UNSW@ADFA) Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA)
2008 Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA) Dr M.I. Nelson (UoW)
2009 Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA) Dr M.I. Nelson (UoW)
2010 Dr M.I. Nelson (UoW) Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA) Dr N. Thamwattana (UoW)
2011 Dr H.S. Sidhu (UNSW@ADFA) Dr M.I. Nelson (UoW)
2012 A/P John Murray (UNSW)
2013 Dr Sheehan Olver (USN)
2014 No meeting organised
2015 Björn Rüffer (UNC) Mike Meylan (UNC) Jason Sharples (UNSW,Canberra)
2016 No meeting organised
2017 Dr M.I. Nelson (UOW) Dr M. Rodrigo (UOW)
2018 Prof Natalie Thamwattana (UNC) A/Prof Mark Nelson (UOW) Dr Christopher Lustri (MQU) Dr David Allingham (UNC) Mrs Juliane Turner (UNC)

Winner of the best student presentation at the branch meeting (The Mercer Prize)

After discussion between the ACT and NSW branch committees it was decided in 2017 that the prize for the best student talk at the ACT/NSW branch meeting be named in honour of Professor Geoff Mercer. The inaugural Mercer Prize is to be awarded at the 2018 joint meeting. (Sharples, 2018).

A bold year denotes a joint meeting with the ACT at which the student prize is called The Mercer Prize.
Year Winner(s) Institution Highly Commended Institution
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 Raseelo Moitsheki P1 University of Wollongong
2002Alex Antic University of Wollongong William BertramUniversity of Sydney
Tim Schaerf University of Sydney
2003Bronwyn Bradshaw University of Wollongong
2004Paul-James White University of Wollongong
2005 No meeting organised
2006 Barry Cox University of Wollongong
2007 Alex Bardan University of Wollongong
Roslyn Hickson UNSW@ADFA
2008 Aaron Thornton University of Wollongong Roslyn Hickson UNSW@ADFA
Chin Foon Khoo Australian National University
2009 Alex Badran University of Wollongong Ahmed Msmali University of Wollongong
Thiansiri Luangwilai UNSW@ADFA
2010 Thiansiri Luangwilai UNSW@ADFA Thien Tran-Duc University of Wollongong
Fainida Rahmat University of Wollongong
2011 Ms Hamizah Mohd Safuan UNSW, Canberra Luke Sciberras University of Wollongong
Mr Matthias Wong Australian National University
2012 Ms Lucia-Marie Billie Ganendran UNSW, Canberra Mr Stephen Maher University of New South Wales
Mr Wilson Wee UNSW, Canberra
2013 Ms Alexandra Hogan ANU Mr Matthias Wong ANU
Mr Austen Erickson UNSW, Sydney
2014 No meeting organised
2015 Ms Anna McGann University of Newcastle Mr Tom Dryer University of Wollongong
Mr Matthew Tam University of Newcastle
2016 No meeting organised
2017 Ben Maldon University of Wollongong
2018 Ben Maldon University of Newcastle

  1. P1 Neville de Mestre (email) thought that the 2001 best student prize was won by one of Jim Hill's students. However, on the program there are no scheduled talks from any University of Wollongong student. Bronwyn Hajek thought that Raseelo (Joel) Moitsheki was the winner and he confirmed this.
  2. 2008. Roslyn Hickson became the first student to win the best student talk (2007) and to receive a highly commended (2008).
  3. 2009. Alex Badran became the first student to win the best student talk on two occasions (2007, 2009).
  4. 2010. Thiansiri Luangwilai became the second student to win the best student talk (2010) and to receive a highly commended (2009).
  5. 2018. Benjamin Maldon became the second student to win the best student talk on two occasions (2017, 2018).

Prize for the best student presentation

Year Winner Highly Commended
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 ??? N/A
2002 $100 ???
2003 ???? N/A
2004 ??? N/A
2005 No meeting organised
2006 $100 N/A
2007 ??? N/A
2008 $100 (*) $50 each
2009 $200 and certificate Certificate
2010 $100 and certificate $50 and certificate
2011 $100 and certificate $50 and certificate
2012 ???? ???
2013 $200 $100 each
2014 No meeting organised
2015 $150, email to HoS $0, email to HoS
2016 No meeting organised
2017 $100, certificate, and email to HoS N/A
2018 $100 gift voucher N/A

In 2008 both winners received $100.

Student Prize Committee

YearCommittee
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 ???
2002 no committee - see text!
2003 Bob Anderssen (CSIRO)
2004 ???
2005 No meeting organised
2006 Charlie Macaskill (USN, chair)
2007 ???
2008 ???
2009 Bob Anderssen (CISRO) Brian Gray (retired) Jonathan Griffin (Geosciences Australia)
2010 Geoff Mercer (ANU)
2011 Songping Zhu (UoW) Harvinder Sidhu (UNSW, Canberra)
2012 Roslyn Hickson (UNC) Jason Sharples (UNSW, Canberra) Annette Worthy (UOW)
2013 Jason Sharples (UNSW, Canberra) Annette Worthy (UOW)
2014 No meeting organised
2015 Mike Meylan (UNC) Björn Rüffer (UNC) Jason Sharples (UNSW, Canberra)
2016 No meeting organised
2017 Bob Anderssen (CSIRO) Catherine Penington (Macquarie)
2018 Barry Cox (UAD Maureen Edwards (UOW)

  1. 2009. Bob Anderssen becomes the third person to judge the best student prize twice (2003 and 2009).
  2. 2012. Roslyn Hickson became the first former winner of the best student prize (2007) to judge the award.
  3. 2013. Jason Sharples' and Annette Worthy became the second and third individuals to judge the best student prize twice (both 2012 and 2013).
  4. 2015. Jason Sharples' becomes the first person to judge the best student prize thrice (2012, 2013 and 2015).
  5. 2017. Bob Anderssen becomes the second person to judge the best student prize thrice (2003, 2009, and 2017).
  6. 2018. Barry Cox became the second former winner of the best student prize (2006) to judge the award.

List of invited speakers at the branch meeting

Year Speaker Institution
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 Dr John Croucher MQU
2002 No invited speaker
2003 Dr Bob Anderssen CSIRO
2004 ??? ???
2005 No meeting organised
2006 Professor Venkat Subramanian Tennessee Tech University, USA
2007 Dr Miccal Matthews UOW
2008 No invited speaker
2009 No invited speaker
2010 No invited speaker
2011 No invited speaker
2012 A/P Andrew Francis UWS
A/P Geoff Mercer ANU
Professor Natashia Boland UNC
2013Professor Nalini Joshi USN
A/P Stephen Roberts ANU
Dr Natalie Thamwattana UOW
2014 No meeting organised
2015 Lars Grüne University of Bayreuth, Germany
Christopher Poulton UTS
Ian Sloan UNSW
2016 No meeting organised
2017 Dr Catherine Penington MQU
2018 Dr Deborah Cromerk UNSW
Dr Elena Levchenko UNC
Dr Marianito Rodrigo UOW
A/Prof Linda Stals ANU

2001. There was one invited speaker, setting a record for the most number of invited speakers. This `record' would be equalled at the meetings in 2003, 2006, and 2007, before being surpassed at the 2012 meeting.
2002. There were no invited speakers at this meeting. There were a similar number of invited speakers at the meetings in: 2008; 2009; 2010; and 2011.
2012. The first meeting to have more than one invited speaker (three). This `record' would be equalled at the meetings in 2013 and 2015, before being surpassed at the 2018 meeting.
2018. There were four invited speakers at this meeting: a record!

Length of presentations

The following tables shows the length of presentations at each meeting.

Year Plenary Non-plenary
1999 No meeting organised
2000 No meeting organised
2001 30 minutes 30 minutes
2002 --- 25 minutes
2003 60 minutes 30 minutes
2004 --- 30 minutes
2005 No meeting organised
2006 50 minutes 25 minutes
2007 50 minutes 25 minutes
2008 --- 20 minutes
2009 --- 20 minutes
2010 --- 20 minutes
2011 --- 20 minutes
2012 30 minutes 20 minutes
2013 60 minutes 20 minutes
2014 No meeting organised
2015 55 minutes 25 minutes
2016 No meeting organised
2017 60 minutes 20 minutes
2018 35 minutes 20 minutes
  1. 2018. There was one presentation of ten minutes length (by Mark Nelson!).

Miscellaneous awards handed out at the branch meeting

Year Award Winner Institution
2008 Most Heroic Attendee Dr Bob Anderssen CSIRO

Analysis of delegates

How many delegates have attended how many meetings? Before we see the data, a word of explanation. This analysis is based upon attendence at the NSW ANZIAM meetings in 2001-2004, 2006-2013, 2015, 2017 and 2018. There were no meetings organised in 1999, 2000, 2005, 2014 and 2016.

The meetings in `2001-2003' and `2009-2012' were held in `remote' locations and I have a `pretty good' handle on the attendees. A list of delegates was attached to the 2017 booklet. In addition, two people are known (by me) to have attended who were not listed, these have been included.

For a discussion of how I reconstructed the delegate lists for the meetings in 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2008 please see the corresponding section in Part 4 of this series.

For a discussion of how I reconstructed the delegate lists for the meetings in 2013, 2015, and 2018 please see the corresponding section in Part 5 of this series.

Analysis of attendence at NSW ANZIAM meetings for the years: (1999-2000), 2001-2004, (2005), 2006-2013, (2014), 2015, (2016), 2017, 2018. There were no meetings organised in 1999, 2000, 2005, 2014 and 2016.
Number of NSW ANZIAM meetings attended Frequency
1 138
2 39
3 14
4 8
5 5
6 1
7 1
8 1
9 1
10 1

The eight people to attend four meeting are: Bob Anderssen (2003-2004, 2008, 2017), William Bertram (2003-2004, 2007), Wen-Ting Chen (2008-2010, 2012), Grant Cox (2002-2003, 2007, 2009), Bill Gibson (2001-2004), Mike Meylan (2012, 2013, 2015, 2018), Thien Tran-Duc (2008-2011), and Simon Watt (2006-2008, 2017).

The five people to attend five meetings are: Roslyn Hickson (2007-2009, 2012, 2013), Paul Leopardi (2008-2009, 2011, 2013, 2015), Thiansiri Luangwilai (2006, 2008-2011), Tim Marchant (2002-2004, 2006, 2010), and John Murray (2002, 2011- 2013, 2015),

The one person to attend six meetings is: Geoff Mercer (2006-2007, 2010-2013).

The one person to attend seven meetings is: Harvinder Sidhu (2004, 2006-2011).

The one person to attend eight meetings is: Jason Sharples (2007-2013, 2015).

The one person to attend nine meetings is: Natalie Thamwattana (2001-2003, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2017, 2018).

The one person to attend ten meetings is: Mark Nelson (2002-2003, 2007-2010, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2018).

Finances

I thought it would be interesting to keep a record of how much money the branch has asked for from ANZIAM, and how much money ANZIAM has given the branch.

Budget requests

This table shows the money requested at ANZIAM in the year X, the amount of money given to the branch by ANZIAM in the year X and the budget at the end of year X.

Year$ requested$ given Balance
2004 $500 $500 $705.71
2005 $500 ??? ???
2006 $0 $0 $611.90
2007 $0 $0 $614.65
2008 $600 $600 ???
2009 $1500 $1500 $5.06
2010 $1800 ???? ????
2011 $2000 $2000 $9.19
2012 $2000 $2000 $9.19
2013 $3000 $2200 $1.00
2014 $2000 $2000 $2001.00 (?)
2015 $500 $500 $437.20
2016 $2000 $2000 $2353.22
2017 $0 $0 ????
2018 $950 $??? ????

Registration Fees

Year Full Fee ANZIAM Student Student Former ANZIAM Accompanying
Member Member Not Member Chair Person
1999 No meeting organised.
2000 No meeting organised.
2001 $30 $20 $20 -- -- $30
2002 ??? (conference dinner was $45)
2003 ??? (conference dinner was $30)
2004 ???
2005 No meeting organised.
2006 ???
2007 $0 $0 $0 $0 -- --
2008 $50 $50 $25 -- -- $30
2009 $50 $25 $20 -- $20 $30
2010 $50 $25 $0/25 * -- $25 $35
2011 $150 $100 $90 -- $90 $40
2012 $60 $30 $0/30 * -- $60 $60
2013 $0 (?) $0 (?) $0/$0 (?) (*) $0 (?) N/A N/A
2014 No meeting organised
2015 $0 (?) $0 (?) $0 (?) -- N/A N/A
2016 No meeting organised
2017 $30 $15 $0/5 (*) $0/10 (*) -- --
2018 $50 $50 $0/25 (*) $50 -- --
(*) Students who gave a presentation were not charged a registration fee.

2011 Children (4-16) were charged $30. Children under 4 were free. Non-residential delegates were charged $80.

Acknowledgements

Bronwyn Hajek emailed me regarding the 2001 NSW ANZIAM best student prize and clarified some issues relating to attendence (c. December 2009 or 2010).

Neville de Mestre emailed me regarding the 2001 NSW ANZIAM best student prize (12.12.2009).

Raseelo (Joel) Moitsheki emailed me regarding the 2001 NSW ANZIAM best student prize and clarified some issues relating to attendence (c. December 2009 or 2010).

Dr Sheehan Olver sent me a delegate list for the 2013 meeting (27.01.2018).

Björn Rüffer sent me a list of registered delegates for the 2015 meeting.

Professor Natalie Thamwattana sent me the delegates list for the 2018 meeting (22.11.2018).

Abbreviations

ADFA Australian Defence Force Academy
ANSTO Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
ANU Australian National University
ANZIAM Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics
ANZIAM is a division of the Australian Mathematical Society (AustMS).
BOU Bond University
CSIRO Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
CSU Charles Sturt university
DSTO Defence Science and Technology Organisation
MQU Macquarie University
UAD University of Adelaide
UNC University of Newcastle
UND University of Notre Dame
UNSW University of New South Wales
UNSW at ADFA University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy
UNSW, Canberra University of New South Wales, Canberra
UoW University of Wollongong
USN University of Sydney
UTS University of Technology, Sydney
UWS University of Western Sydney

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This shows the sources that I have used to write all the articles in this series. (Not necessarily very accurate, as I don't always remember to update things).

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    It is sometimes useful to read the minutes of the previous general meeting. This is usually item 2 on the agenda. For instance, the minutes of the 2000 meeting (distributed at the 2001 general meeting) contain a report of what was said by Dr Charlie Macaskill about branch activities in 1999.

    Finally, it can be instructive to read the ACT branch report.

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    A detailed reading of the Gazette might reveal a treasure trove of information about the branch. Due to lack of time I have just looked through the index of each issue. That this is problematic is illustrated by the branch report for the 2003 meeting which was printed in the "News" section rather than as an indexed article. (I knew that the 2003 branch meeting report appeared in the Gazette because I wrote it!)

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