Thanks for attending this year’s Biarri Applied Mathematics Conference!
We would like to thank everyone who attended the Biarri Applied Mathematics Conference 2014. It was a huge success with over 120 people attending across the two days. This year’s BAM Conference showcased some brilliant minds from around Australia that are helping to make the world a better place — and proving that maths is everywhere.
The BAM Conference 2014, Maths Everywhere
Now more than ever maths is pervading every nook and cranny of science, industry commerce and government. The BAM Conference this year will highlight the breadth of places where the mathematical sciences are making a difference, perhaps even where you might least expect: from the burgeoning analytics sphere to bioinformatics, telecommunication network design, disaster modeling, climate science, sport and finance. Over two days The BAM Conference will showcase mathematical tools and techniques used to solve problems in the real world, through case studies and in-depth talks. From this you will also get a glimpse of the many and diverse career paths that mathematics offers.
What Is The BAM Conference?
Joe Forbes and Ash Nelson founded Biarri in 2008 to provide accessible optimisation to all businesses. Biarri is proud to continue its active role in supporting the future of the industry by fostering emerging talent and helping to promote Mathematics as an exciting career option.
Biarri Applied Mathematics (BAM) is a conference centered around bridging the gap between maths in academia and practice. We bring together guest speakers that span a broad range of backgrounds and interests from University Research to Commercial Applications.
The first Biarri Applied Mathematics conference was hosted by Biarri and Co-Hosted by the University of Melbourne over two days in 2012. The conference was a big success, with around 80 people attending, including industry representatives, academics and students. If you would like to get a hold of the previous presentations head over to The BAM 2012 archive page.