Royal Society Upcoming Events & Conferences 2019 04 Mar 2019

2019 Darcy Lecture in Groundwater Science: 14 March, Auckland. Presented by the New Zealand Chapter of the International Association of Hydrogeologists with the support of University of Auckland and Beca.

Our Changing World: Politics of hate in the age of the internet: 19 March, Wellington. Presented by Massey University humanities and social science scholars.

2019 New Zealand Rutherford Lecture: 19 March - 2 April, ChristchurchDunedinAuckland,Palmerston North and Wellington. Logic, Maths and Modern Society, Professor Rod Downey speaks about the significance of mathematical logic in light of our increasing dependence on computing and technology.

Our Changing World: Demographic change meets the changing demand for labour in Aotearoa: 16 April, Wellington. Explore factors shaping the future of work in this country and the challenges associated with these momentous changes. Presented by Massey University humanities and social science scholars.

Conferences

NZ-China Politics Symposium 2019: 9 March, Auckland. Want to know more about the ambiguities of NZ’s relationship with China and better understand the current political scene? 

Women in Data Science Conference: 9 March, Wellington. An opportunity to hear about the latest data science-related research and applications in a number of domains, and connect with others in the field.

Foodomics 2019: 9-11 April, Auckland. For New Zealand researchers and businesses taking premium foods for health and wellbeing to the world gather to collaborate, learn about the latest research and opportunities and network.

iMean6 - Interaction and Meaning Conference. 15-17 April, Wellington. This conference aims to encourage multidisciplinary thinking and to create new pathways in linguistic research.

Crazy & Ambitious 2 - New Zealand's Biological Heritage National Science Challenge: 20-21 May 2019. Panel discussions, live Q&As, keynote speakers and quick-fire updates on the science and research being done across 18 National Science Challenge parties.

New Zealand Population Conference 2019: 20-21 June, Wellington. This biennial conference brings together population and social researchers in academia, government, communities, and the private sector.