Dean's Research Seminar Series: People who change the world
In the interest of the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and guests we regrettably advise that the April and May Dean's Research Seminars have been cancelled.
At this time, the August and November events are yet to be confirmed.
We would like to reassure you that the team at the University will continue to keep you updated with information over the coming weeks and months for any activities and virtual events in place of our regular face-to-face practices.
The University of Adelaide remains committed to assisting students, staff and guests during this time. For helpful information please visit the University’s Frequently Asked Questions page.
The Dean's Research Seminar Series establishes ECMS as a thought leader in research and innovation for industrial transformation.
The series will give you the opportunity to hear from research and industry leaders who are recognised for their motivational leadership and expertise in engineering, computer and mathematical sciences, and architecture topics. We have speakers from such industries as space engineering, health and medical science advancements, sustainable built environments, agri-sciences and artificial intelligence.
At our events, you will also have the chance to network with ECMS researchers, industry and academic front-runners.
New thinking. Big ideas. Industry-research collaborations.
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Seminar Series 2020
Addressing the challenges organisations face to productionize research, with special guest speaker and bestselling author, Chip Huyen.
Day: Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Time: 5.30pm - 6.30pm
Location: Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, North Terrace Campus
You can sign up to be the first to know when the following Dean's Seminar Series are live.
21 May: Associate Professor Gert Kootstra, Wageningen University. Gert is working on the application of machine vision, machine learning and robotics in areas such as plant and animal phenotyping, harvesting, weed management and post-harvest processing.
27 August: Professor Mark Kendall, Founder & CEO WearOptimo, Entrepreneurial Professor, The Australian National University (ANU). Mark is a biomedical engineer who has enabled delivery of immunotherapeutics without needle and is an expert in technology transfer from concept to commercialisation.
19 November: Professor Michael Rosemann, Applied IT Researcher at UQ. Michael is the creator of rapid redesign methodology to implement new business processes. His research interests include revenue resilience, business process management, trust management and innovation systems.