SECS News & Events

  • Ihaka Lecture Series 2021
    2021 series – Looking on the bright side We should be worried about how much of our personal data businesses are gathering, but are there benefits to be had from allowing our health system to know more about us? We are on constant guard to protect our computers from viruses, but when a virus strikes humanity, can ...
  • New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics Postgraduate (NZMASP) conference
        The Conference is online this year, and is coming up in November 2020. Registration is FREE!
  • Ihaka Lecture Series 2020
    2020 series – The role of statistics and computing in public and social policy Corporations are collecting and mining mountains of data to make better consumers of us all, but there are also vast quantities of data being gathered by public organisations for administrative and policy purposes. The 2020 Ihaka Lecture Series brings together three experts to discuss ...
  • 2020 writing competition for early-career statisticians and data scientists If you read Significance, then you are definitely interested in stories about statistics and data science, and fascinated by what data can tell us about the world we live in. So, how would you like to write one of those stories for the magazine? If you are an early-career researcher, now is your chance. Our 2020 writing ...
  • Student & Early Career Networking Event
    Tuesday 26 November 2019 5:30-7pm  
  • MINZ 2019
    Mathematics in Industry NZ 24-28 June 2019, University of Auckland Science Centre Mathematics-in-Industry NZ (MINZ) events offer a collaborative approach to industry problem solving, where mathematical scientists tackle real life problems shared by companies. This week-long intensive period of collaborative brain-storming is a great way of solving problems arising in industry and the environment. Come join us at University ...
  • Significance Magazine’s Statistical Excellence Award for Early-Career Writing
    Are you an early-career statistician with the ability to write entertaining data-driven stories? If so, check out the following link for details on how to enter the 2018 Statistical Excellence Award for Early-Career Writing.