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Statistician @ SAHMRI, Adelaide

SAHMRI is seeking a highly motivated individual to provide statistical support to SAHMRI Clinical Research, primarily the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR). This Registry collects data on all arthroplasty procedures undertaken in Australia.

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Applications close 3 March 2017.

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Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor / Professor in Mathematics @ Flinders Uni, Adelaide

The key purpose of this position is to contribute to teaching in the area of Mathematics across the University; engage in research and/or professional and scholarly activities appropriate to this discipline and in association with colleagues at Flinders University and undertake administration relating to topic and student management.

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Applications close 13 February 2017.

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ARC Research Associate, Mathematical Sciences @ Uni of Adelaide

We are seeking an excellent postdoctoral researcher for the ARC-funded project “Parametrised gauge theory and positive scalar curvature”. Collaboration with other researchers and students in the school is also encouraged.

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Applications close 20 January 2017.

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Biostatistician @ Uni of Adelaide

Reporting to the Scientific Director of The Plant Accelerator®, the Biostatistician, will engage with researchers using the APPF and undertake quality control and statistical analysis of data from experiments carried out at the APPF. This will involve

  • consulting with researchers using The Plant Accelerator®
  • carry out data manipulation using R and mixed model analyses using asreml-R
  • contributing to the research activities of The Plant Accelerator, including statistical method development.

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Applications close 20 January 2017.

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2 – 5 Jul 2017: STARS @ Stamford Grange, Adelaide

This conference provides the opportunity to disseminate and discuss current research, good practice, emerging initiatives and leading edge ideas that are aimed at enhancing students’ tertiary learning experiences. Discussion on a wide variety of subjects is encouraged and focuses on the following topics:

  • Students – who are they, what are their needs, what works for different cohorts, strategies for broader social inclusion and increasing participation in tertiary education, participation of first nation peoples
  • Transitions – pathways to tertiary education, transitions into (the first year experience) during (work integrated learning) and from tertiary education including graduate employability, and capstone experiences
  • Achievement – strategies promoting student achievement including curricular and co-curricular reform, employability, gamification and simulation enhanced learning
  • Retention – program, discipline, whole of institution, inter-institutional and sector collaborations designed to improve student retention, threshold skills and concepts
  • Success – student engagement, technology enhanced learning, understanding students expectations and realities, psychological wellbeing, application of learning analytics

Key Dates

30 January 2017 : Submission Deadline
from 10 April 2017 : Notifications to authors
1 May 2017 : At least one Author must be registered to attend
15 May 2017 : Electronic version of Posters due

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24 – 26 Sep 2017: WIMSIG Conference

Celebration of Women in Mathematics
Call for Expressions of Interest

For 2017, WIMSIG is organising a Celebration of Women in Mathematics research conference, showcasing the research of women in the mathematical sciences. This will be the first such conference in Australia.

“Mathematics” will be broadly interpreted to mean the mathematical sciences, including pure mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematical statistics, applied statistics, biostatistics, bioinformatics, mathematical biology, mathematics in industry, etc.

WIMSIG believes this conference will play a really important role in advancing gender equity in Australian mathematics. Both female researchers and senior leaders (of any gender) in our discipline will find it eye-opening and inspiring to be in a majority-female research environment, even for a few days; not to mention the development of potential research collaborations, networking, exposure to potential candidates for hiring, etc.

Information about registration and submission of abstracts will be available soon.

When: 24 – 26 September 2017
Where: University of South Australia, Adelaide

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