MISG 2016 was held at the City West campus of the University of South Australia from 1-5 February 2016.
MISG 2016 tacked four industry problems:
- Inference in a knowledgebase (DST Group)
- Sequencing ore extraction to control blend quality (Schneider Electric)
- Modelling water pollutant density associated with surface water runoff (SA Water)
- Optimisation of household PV and storage (Ergon Energy).
In addition to the six industry representatives at MISG 2016, we had about 80 delegates including:
- four delegates from the National Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Republic of Korea
- five delegates from Kyushu University, Japan
- five delegates from New Zealand.
There were about 35 student delegates, including ten from the Industry Doctoral Training Centre.