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Kozwaves 2020 – 17-19 February 2020

Singapore Theatre (B120) University of Melbourne

The KOZWaves conference series provides a forum for contemporary research on wave science, promoting interdisciplinary collaborations between Australasian wave scientists and international researchers. It focusses on advancing mathematical, numerical and experimental techniques across the different branches of wave science, including…

Australian Financial Review Virtual Webcast


Date: Tuesday July 21, 2020 Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm (AEST) To register: Code: AFR57@ Agenda: Ways of working have been disrupted in every aspect. How will this further shift how we work? What’s next for smarter, adaptive and…

Webinar on IFMS Value Proposition

Zoom Webinar

Topic: IFMS and Its Value Proposition: Achievements, Plans, and Challenges Date & Time: Jul 22, 2020 09:00 AM in USA Eastern Time (GMT-4); 11:00 PM AEST Presenters: Dr. Harinder Ahluwalia (President – IFMS) Moderator: Dr. Jack Hayes (IFMS- Council Member…

National Bushfire and Climate Summit 2020: Recommendations and Wrap Up

As we recover from the unprecedented disaster of the recent bushfire season, and brace for the next, a coordinated national response is more important than ever to protect Australian communities from catastrophic fire conditions and the escalating impacts of climate…


From Sky to Sea: Bushfires, the atmosphere and the marine environment

An annual public lecture and panel discussion jointly presented by the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society and the Australian Marine Science Association as part of National Science Week. Presenters: Dr Paul Fox-Hughes, Bureau of Meteorology Associate Professor Pete Strutton, Institute…

AMOS 2021 Data Carpentry Workshop


Python is rapidly emerging as the programming language of choice for data analysis in the weather, climate and ocean sciences. By consulting online tutorials and help pages, most researchers in this community are able to pick up the basic syntax…

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