Education and training of a new generation of students and technical advisors is undertaken to provide a platform for future development and adoption of iCAM’s frameworks and methods.
iCAM students receive a comprehensive education, working with staff at ANU and CSIRO and stakeholders on research projects, presenting at seminars and conferences, learning to write scientific papers and reports, identifying their goals and generally managing themselves and their time in a modern, interdisciplinary environment.
A range of study options is offered by iCAM including undergraduate and postgraduate courses. iCAM staff provide undergraduate teaching in:
- Environmental Mathematics (MATH3133), Environmental Modelling and Integrated Assessment (MATH6102) for Pass and Honours students in Mathematics, Engineering and the Fenner School of Environment and Society (Second Semester)
- Scientific and Industrial Modelling (MATH3501), Scientific and Industrial Modelling (MATH6103) (First Semester)
iCAM staff provide supervision for final year Honours projects. Training of postgraduate students is an integral part of iCAM’s research activities. Research programs are offered at PhD and Masters degree levels in areas described on Research projects page.