ANZIAM Conference 2019
3-7 February 2019
Nelson Airport is a 10-15 minute car journey from the conference venue and is served by regular flights from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Nelson is approximately 6 hours by car from Christchurch and 1.5 hours from Picton, which is the South Island terminal for the ferry from Wellington. There is also an InterCity
bus service between Picton and Nelson.
Code of Conduct
Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties and online media.
Agreeing to the ANZIAM2019 Conference Code of Conduct
is a condition of registration.
A participant who experiences harassment or hostile behaviour may contact one of the designated representatives whose names will be listed here in due course.
These representatives will be available in person and via e-mail. Be assured that if you approach them, your concerns will be kept in strict confidence and they will consult with you on any actions taken. In case of a formal complaint, they will speak to all parties involved to try to resolve the issue, without presupposition of guilt.
Women in Mathematics lunch
The conference will feature a Women in Mathematics lunch, provisionally on Tue 5 Feb. This event is free and open to all delegates regardless of gender, although registration is required for catering purposes. You can register for this event by ticking the relevant box on the Registration form.
Mathematical Biology Special Interest Group meeting
MBSIG will have a one-day meeting following the main conference on Fri 8 Feb. This will be held at a venue in Nelson city centre. If you would like to attend this meeting, please register as part of the Registration process.
Delegates with caregiving responsibilities
If you are considering travelling to Nelson with children and you would like some help or advice about this, please contact Assoc. Prof. Alex James
. In the past, we have helped with things like child-friendly facilities at the conference venue, informal babysitting arrangements, family-friendly accommodation options and childcare facilities in the local area.
The following caregiver support grants may be useful:
- Mike Plank (University of Canterbury)
- Mark McGuinness (Victoria University of Wellington)
- Amie Albrecht (University of South Australia)
- Emma Greenbank (Victoria University of Wellington)
- Rachelle Binny (Manaaki Whenua)
- Julie Mugford (University of Canterbury)
- Dimitrios Mitsotakis (Victoria University of Wellington)
- Phil Wilson (University of Canterbury)