# Mathematics and Statistics at Open Day 2019

If you're mathematically minded, come along on Open Day (**18 August)** to meet with us and see the many places mathematics and statistics can take you. Some of them might surprise you.

**Maths & Stats research displays with course and career advice**

Hallway of Peter Hall Building

10am - 4pm

**Mathematicians' Habitat**

G24 (Melbourne University Mathematics and Statistics Society room), Peter Hall Building

10am - 4pm

**Treasure Hunt**

Begins in room G24, Peter Hall Building

10am - 4pm

**Public talk by Professor Kate Smith-Miles, Professor/Australian Laureate Fellow in the School of Mathematics and Statistics***How linear algebra can reveal the secrets in your face, no more lying about your age! More than a neat party trick, predicting how old someone is based on their facial image has important applications in security, human-computer interaction, missing person identification and more. come along to hear how some simple mathematical ideas are enabling artificial intelligence to learn more about you than you may like! *

10:30 - 11:00am

**Talk by Jan de Gier, Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics and Kim-Anh Le Cao, Senior Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics***Studying Mathematics and Statistics*

JH Michell Theatre, Peter Hall Building

11.15am – 11.45am

1.45pm – 2.15pm

**School Mathematics Olympics competition**

JH Michell Theatre, Peter Hall Building

12.00pm – 1.30pm

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