MELBOURNE

Melbourne is the coastal capital of the south-eastern Australian state of Victoria. At the city's centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River. In the Southbank area, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is the site of Arts Centre Melbourne – a performing arts complex – and the National Gallery of Victoria, with Australian and indigenous art.

Set on the shores of picturesque Port Phillip Bay, the southern-most city of mainland Australia is rich in aesthetics, with its beauty enhanced by the meandering Yarra River, immaculate parks and gardens, public art, classical buildings and innovative design.

Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

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RMIT UNIVERSITY

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. One of Australia's original tertiary institutions, RMIT University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community. RMIT is a world leader in Art and Design; Architecture; Education; Engineering; Development; Computer Science and Information Systems; Business and Management; and Communication and Media Studies.

Melbourne City campus is located in the cosmopolitan heart of the “world’s most liveable city” and is surrounded by public transport, restaurants, cafes, theatres, galleries and parks. Our City campus has 45,000 students studying in across all major interest areas. The campus has been an integral part of Melbourne's character for more than one hundred years.

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CONFERENCE VENUE

Storey Hall
RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus
Building 16, 336–348 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Floor Plan

The venue for ICM-13 will be Story Hall, located at RMIT University’s Melbourne city campus. First built as the Hibernian Hall in 1887 and remodelled as the iconic Storey Hall in 1995, the iconic Storey Hall is both architecturally and historically significant. It has won numerous awards and combines both the historical and traditional aspects of the former Hibernian Hall to create a complex and daring building with its ultra-modern extension featuring geometric-shaped windows and tiles. Storey Hall is a multi-function venue, containing a lecture theatre, a number of seminar rooms as well as a 460 seat auditorium. The main hall combines classical and cutting-edge modern architecture into a vibrant and attractive whole. The shapes and spaces you see in Storey Hall were inspired partly by ‘chaos’ mathematics, particularly fractal
geometry. The seminar rooms, also known as the Green Brain, boast fantastic city views for day time and evening events. The Green Brain is a great space for intimate dinners, lectures, seminar, and board meetings and has a foyer to greet guests upon arrival near the venue.