MISG 2018 will be held at the University of South Australia from 29 January until 2 February, 2018.
We are developing problems in the areas of food processing, energy, and statistics. If you have suggestions, contact the MISG Director, A/Prof Peter Pudney.
Registration is now open for MISG 2018.
MISG 2017 ran from 13-17 February 2017. It was opened by Emeritus Professor John Ockendon from Oxford University, who was instrumental in setting up study groups around the world.
We had about 65 delegates at MISG 2017, of which about one-third were PhD students. Most delegates were from Australia, but we also had visitors from the UK, Europe, Japan and Korea.
The delegates tackled four industry problems:
- analysing the lateness of UK passenger trains
- determining the impact of safety cameras on road crashes
- estimating the transonic drag of projectiles
- developing electricity control and pricing mechanisms for micro-grids.
MISG 2016 ran from 1-5 February 2016. The problems included:
- 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).
Thanks to everyone who contributed to a successful MISG.