5th Biennial Engineering Mathematics and Applications Conference
Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, Australia
September 29 - October 2 2002
Hyshot rocket launch successful - hear all about it from the inventor himself at the conference.
Presented by the Engineering Mathematics Group of ANZIAM and the Institution of Engineers, Australia
EMAC 2002 will have international and Australian plenary speakers and all parallel sessions will be run in two distinct streams - interactions between industry and academia; new research into engineering problems and educational requirements of the modern engineer.
There will be opportunities to see actual research projects in action, including the scram jet, micro-gravity, solar car, fibre optics and wind tunnel.
BRISBANE THE HOST CITY
The location for this prestigious conference, in Queensland's Capital City of Brisbane, lends itself well to a rewarding mix of social and business activities. September/October are months when Brisbane really is "beautiful one day, perfect the next". We trust that all attending will benefit from the relaxed atmosphere as well as from the stimulating and rich technical program.
The conference will be held at the Gardens Point Campus of the Queensland University of Technology. This campus is located on the Brisbane River in the city centre, next to the Botanic Gardens and Parliament House. It is within easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, theatres, galleries and public transport including buses, trains and ferries. Across the river is Southbank Parklands, which is an 18 hectare urban and recreational facility in the heart of the city. With many parks and gardens and kilometres of bikeways and walking paths, ample opportunities for enjoyment and recreational activities are available for everyone. Other facilities on the campus include Libraries, Cultural Precinct including Art Museum, Theatre and Old Government House, Computing facilities, Campus Club, and Sports Centre including pool and gymnasium.