I am on the organising committee for the following conferences/workshops. If you are interested in attending or presenting at one of these conferences please get in touch.
(4) Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group (MBSIG) Workshop following ANZIAM 2023
This one-day event on Friday 10th February 2023 focusing on Methods in mathematical biology will feature presentations from ECR and leaders in mathematical biology from across Australia.
Co-organised with Dr Adrianne Jenner (QUT).
Past conferences organised
(3) QANZIAM ECR Conference 2022 (June 2022)
This one-day event included 14 PhD and 1 honours presentation and a panel discussion on Careers after a PhD.
Co-organised with Dr Christina Kazantzidou (QUT), Dr David Harman (Griffith), and Abbish Kamalakkannan (Griffith)
(2) MATRIX: Mathematics of Tissue Dynamics workshop. (June 2022)
This five-day workshop brought together PhD students, early career researchers and leaders in mathematical biology from Australia. Keynote presenters were international leaders in the field of mathematical biology and tissue dynamics.
Co-organised with Adriana Zanca, Domenic Germano (PhD Students, University of Melbourne), Dr James Osborne (University of Melbourne).
This is part of the University of Melbourne’s School of Mathematics and Statistics Special Emphasis Year will be on Biological Dynamics: Mathematics of Cellular Systems to Epidemics.
(1) Data-driven modelling in mathematical biology (July 2021).
An introduction to connecting mathematical models with experimental data including: three keynote speakers (Dr Adrianne Jenner, Dr Douglas Brumley, Dr Rebecca Chisholm), two lectorials (Dr Oliver Maclaren, Professor Chris Drovandi), and group projects to allow participants to apply the techniques and ideas from tutorials and keynote speakers to suggested problems.
Co-organised with Alexander Browning and Maud El-Hachem (PhD Students, QUT).