Events - 1 Aug 19

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VENTURE CAFÉ THURSDAY GATHERING

14 March 2019 - 22 August 2019

Venture Café Sydney connects innovators and entrepreneurs with high-impact programming and interactive sessions. It provides an opportunity for researchers, students and professional staff to build relationships, learn and grow together.

Join the Thursday Gathering @Venture Café, Sydney’s largest weekly innovation experiment. See this week’s program: www.venturecafesydney.org

Each week people from Sydney’s amazing innovation and startup community gather to enjoy, connect, engage and learn from each other.

3-8pm. Every Thursday. See you there!

Find out more about Venture Cafe here.

Student challenge – Macquarie Business School & Moody’s Analytics Real Estate Forecasting Challenge

3 July 2019 - 15 August 2019

Moody’s Analytics, the leading provider of financial intelligence, has teamed up with Macquarie Business School to host the Real Estate Forecasting Challenge as part of the Finance Decision Lab.

This event will provide students with hands-on learning that mimics real-world application in a collaborative and fun environment.

The Challenge: Produce the most credible forecasts and scenarios

  1. As part of a team, build forecasts for 2-3 countries using Moody’s Analytics Scenario Studio.
  2. Assess both short and long-term forecasts and implement an economic downside scenario.
  3. Describe the impact of the scenario, leveraging interactive dashboards, charts and data.
  4. Document your analysis in a written report and present your results for consideration.

Applications for the challenge are now open.

Important Dates

Friday 16 August 2019 12.30pm – 4.30pm Day 1: Pre-event Training – Practical (Group work)
Moody’s Economist to Demo the forecasting platform and Competition Launch. Learn how to produce forecasts and scenarios using Moody’s Analytics Scenario Studio.
Friday 30 August 2019 5pm Submission deadline of written report
Monday 2 September 2019 Finalists announced
Friday 6 September 2019 3.30pm – 6.30pm Day 2: Finalists (Group presentations)

 

Attendance at both days is recommended. At a minimum, 1 team member must attend Day 1, though we encourage the whole team to attend so everyone has the knowledge to participate in the challenge.

Teams must submit their final report (format template to be provided on the launch day) by 5pm on 30 August. The reports should be emailed to mqbs-fdl@mq.edu.au. Reports submitted after the deadline will not be assessed.

Finalists will be announced by email on 2 September to attend Day 2.

What now?
Before clicking on register, make sure:

  1. You know who will be in your team
  2. You have everyone’s Macquarie University Student ID and Student Email Address ready
  3. All team members are eligible to participate

RSVP – Registrations are open now, register by Thursday 15 August, 5pm

Toward Modelling the Development of Speech Planning in Production Workshop

1 August 2019 - 2 August 2019

Models of human speech production developed over the past few decades have been shaped by a number of sources of information, including linguistic theory, observational studies and experimental studies of both typical and atypical adult speakers. But few studies have examined the developmental course of changes in the speech production process in children who are learning to talk.

The goal of this workshop is therefore to bring together researchers working on models of speech production planning to explore methods suitable for testing hypotheses about the role of higher-level structure in these processes in both adults and children aged 2-12, with special focus on speech (and gestural) planning mechanisms during the course of language development.

This workshop is a satellite event of the 19th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) which will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 5 – 9 August 2019.

Speakers

  • Bryan Gick  (University of British Columbia)
  • Núria Esteve-Gibert  (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
  • Lucie Ménard  (Université du Québec à Montréal)
  • Aditi Lahiri  (University of Oxford)

To find out more regarding the program and to register please click here.

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