Monday 08 March 2021
Making the right decisions in Transport and Logistics
Start: Tue 8 Jun 2010
End: Tue 8 Jun 2010
Location: NSW Trade and Investment Centre, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW
We live in an increasingly complex world bringing enormous pressures on the Transport and Logistics sector in NSW. Industry and Investment NSW and MASCOS have joined together for this event with technical experts and industry in this field to discuss real problems currently affecting the sector and how to solve them and plan for the future. Click here to view David Shteinman's presentation- More information...
AMSI / MASCOS / UNESCO Industry workshop and short course: Future Models for Energy and Water Management under a Regulated Environment
Start: Mon 20 Jul 2009
End: Wed 22 Jul 2009
Location: Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Start: Mon 6 Jul 2009
End: Fri 10 Jul 2009
Location: University of New South Wales, Sydney
See the link below to the first PRIMA Conference. MASCOS is a foundation member of PRIMA, and we are represented on various committees. MASCOS Chief Investigators, Associate Investigators, Research Fellows and PhD students are strongly encouraged to attend and participate.- More information...
GPU Computing with NVIDIA CUDA
Start: Wed 27 May 2009
End: Wed 27 May 2009
Location: Lecture theatre 3, Alan Gilbert Building
Due to recent advances in GPU hardware and software, so called general purpose GPU computing (GPGPU) is rapidly expanding from niche applications to the mainstream of high performance computing. For HPC researchers, hardware gains have increased the imperative to learn this new computing paradigm, while high level programming languages (in particular, CUDA) have decreased the barrier to entry to this field, so that it is now possible for new developers to rapidly port suitable applications from C/C++ running on CPUs to CUDA running on GPUs. For appropriate applications, GPUs have significant, even dramatic, advantages compared to CPUs in terms of both Dollars/FLOPS and Watts/FLOPS. This workshop and discussion forum aims to provide a detailed introduction to GPU computing with CUDA and NVIDIA Tesla computing solutions.- More information...
3rd Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation
Start: Mon 16 Feb 2009
End: Fri 20 Feb 2009
Location: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
The workshop covers current research in all aspects of high dimensional integration and approximation. It is open to all with an interest in the area. The topic is linked with (in no specific order): Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methods, information-based complexity, sparse grid methods, tensor-product approximation, ... and many more.- More information...
MASCOS Risk Modelling Workshop
Start: Fri 13 Feb 2009
End: Fri 13 Feb 2009
Location: Katoomba, Australia
Start: Mon 24 Nov 2008
End: Mon 24 Nov 2008
Location: La Trobe University
Short talks throughout the day are an opportunity for researchers to exhibit recent results and promote new ideas in the area of Integrable Systems. There will be breaks in the morning and afternoon for coffee/tea and biscuits and at lunchtime for finger-food. Our aim is to provide enough time during the breaks also for informal discussion. The last talk will end at approximately 5:30pm. Participants are invited to a complimentary catered BBQ which will take place after the last talk at the close-by Melbourne Wildlife Sanctuary. A nocturnal-wildlife guided tour of the sanctuary is also possible, this will commence at 8:30pm if there is sufficient interest.- More information...
AMSI/MASCOS Industry Workshop and ICE-EM short course on Water Supply and Pricing
Start: Mon 14 Jul 2008
End: Wed 16 Jul 2008
Location: Holiday Inn, Surfers Paradise, Queensland
MASCOS Annual Conference 2008
Start: Thu 10 Jul 2008
End: Fri 11 Jul 2008
Location: Beechworth Campus, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia
Though specifically designed for MASCOS Chief Investigators, Research Fellows and Graduate students, the conference is open to all active researchers in Complex Systems Science with interests overlapping those of MASCOS. Non-MASCOS participants please email email@example.com if you are interested in attending- More information...
Intellectual Property Training Session
Start: Wed 19 Dec 2007
End: Wed 19 Dec 2007
Location: MASCOS, 139 Barry St, Carlton
Presented by Mr. John Jenkins, IP Australia, Prof. Peter Taylor, ex-Director Teletraffic Research Centre, Dr. Thomas Montague of AMSI/MASCOS. For all Chief Investigator, Research Fellows and PhD students.