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.
2015 was the final year of QUT’s three-year hosting of MISG, which has operated in Australia since 1984.
While the MISG will continue with a new host from 2016, QUT will continue its role during the transition to ensure industry reports are distributed, and technical reports for each project are published via ANZIAM J(E).
As the event coordination transitions to the new host, please continue to contact Associate Professor Troy Farrell for information regarding MISG 2013-2015.
QUT is honoured to have again hosted such a long-running and beneficial event for mathematicians, government and industry professionals alike, and looks forward to the continued tradition for years to come.
Past projects brought to MISG have come from a variety of industries and organisations including Transport and Main Roads (The Queensland Government), Bechtel, CSIRO, Australian Bureau of Statistics, and Australian Institute of Marine Science.
MISG Industry projects 2014
MISG Industry projects 2013
Every MISG industry partner receives a brief summary report immediately following the MISG workshop. These reports capture the essence of what was achieved during the workshop and summarize the (often ongoing) work that will be discussed in full technical detail in the final report.
MISG Summary Reports 2014
MISG Summary Reports 2013