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The world is changing around us. Optimisation– which used to be hidden behind closed doors is now at our fingertips shaping the way in which we live our lives, move our goods, and make our decisions. From healthcare, sports, transport and manufacturing through to the deployment of next generation fibre networks, mathematics is core to working in the 21st century.
This year the BAM Conference will be bringing together innovators, scholars and thinkers to focus on ‘Invisible Intelligence’ and through expert presentations, lightning talks and panel discussions demonstrate how we are using optimisation and mathematics behind the scenes to keep our world moving.
This year’s BAM will be spread out over two days. The first day on the 20th of November will present cutting edge talks from some of academia’s leading researchers. The second day on the 21st of November will shift gears and present stories from industry around their usage of Invisible Intelligence to redefine the future of their sector.
Fairness and Accountability: Responding To The Biggest Challenges Facing The Big Data Revolution
Why AI? Why now?
Looking at farms from space: predicting the world of agriculture from the lens of a satellite.
ML and Quantum computing connections and ideas: Find out about exciting applications of Quantum Computing on the DWAVE II system
From Excel PoC to Production: How to take your idea from an Excel sheet to impact
The data making the trains run on time: Using the Internet of Things to solve rail’s biggest problems.
The Grain Drain: Large-Scale Grain Port Terminal Optimisation
Algorithms of the AFL: The hidden workings behind playbook creation, team selection, and opposition scouting
Rethinking how customers interact with the grid
Industrial Innovation - inventing the future on the fly
Transform what you can do in Australia
The Biarri Applied Mathematics Conference is a free two day event that will give you an insight into how companies apply optimisation and mathematical techniques to solve problems in the real world.
Join us this year to see real optimisation in action and through case studies, lightning talks and panel discussions learn about how it’s used to keep our world moving.
BAM2018 is run by Biarri, a company that specialises in mathematical modelling and predictive modelling.
Want more information about the event? Read the general information and code of conduct here.