MISG provides a valuable experience for PhD, Masters and Honours students in mathematical, physical and engineering sciences to collaborate with researchers, government and industry members on a range of interesting, challenging and relevent industrial problems.
For students who have not worked on industry problems, the MISG provides an avenue for you to learn something new. If you have worked on these types of problems in the past or are currently working on similar problems then the MISG provides an avenue to sharpen your skills in applying your knowledge.
Travel and accommodation bursaries are available for Honours and HDR students studying at Australian or New Zealand universities to attend the MISG Workshop. These are provided via the ANZIAM Student Support Scheme.
ATN IDTC Scholars are strongly encouraged to attend the MISG. Please contact the IDTC Node Leader at your university for more details.
Although free, you must register to attend the MISG.