Latest events

Guide Your Career seminar

Are you a student with the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences or Faculty of the Professions? Come along to Bright Futures Society's Guide Your Career seminar and connect with student speakers and industry professionals.

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Maths colloquium - Malte Peter (Universität Augsburg), "Water-wave scattering by many bodies and effects of periodic and almost periodic spacings"

At a colloquium hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences, Prof. Dr. Malte Peter (Universität Augsburg) will provide an introduction to linear water-wave interaction with bodies of characteristic length comparable to wavelength.

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Artificial intelligence: Reshaping the Future of Resources event

The Artificial Intelligence Collaborative Network will present "AI: Reshaping the Future of Resources" on 17 April at the Innovation and Collaboration Centre on North Terrace, Adelaide.

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Waves and Ice: the far side of maths

Hosted by the School of Mathematical Sciences, physical oceanographer/ocean engineer Dr Alberto Alberello will recount his adventures on an icebreaker in the Southern Ocean and discuss how maths can be applied to untangle aspects of complex marginal ice zone dynamics.

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The South Australian Red Cross Youth Advisory Committee Presents: World Red Cross Day Seminar 2019

World Red Cross Day is held annually around the globe on 8 May, the day that Red Cross Red Crescent founder Henry Dunant was born.

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EEE School Seminar: All-dielectric resonant meta-optics and nanophotonics

Speaker: Yuri Kivshar, Nonlinear Physics Center, Australian National University, Canberra

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Graduate info session: im.vision

im.vision are recruiting for graduate and final year roles, find out more at the information session: Wednesday 22 May.

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Bright Futures Society: Job Applications Workshop

This workshop event is an exciting opportunity to engage with professionals and learn about how to ensure your job application stands out for all the right reasons.

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Mining resources beyond Earth – Fact versus Fantasy

A panel of experts with experience working at NASA and across the terrestrial resources, space and academic sectors will paint the picture of the mining in space activities currently underway.

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Thinking Postgraduate?

Are you an undergraduate student starting to think about further study options? Talk to us about postgraduate coursework, honours and research.

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Computer Science & Mathematical Sciences Internships Information Session

The University of Adelaide is offering undergraduate students studying Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences an opportunity to do an internship course for credit in Semester 2.  

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Women in Engineering, Technology, Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WiETIE) Networking Event

Join the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) SA/NT for an evening of insights to highlight the incredible work in South Australia that many women are achieving in their Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM) careers and business careers in STEMM organisations.

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Be Your Future – Department of Defence Science and Technology

The Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) are very excited to welcome Dr Joanne Harrison, Lisa Stevens and Broderick Matthews from the Department of Defence Science and Technology (DST) to present the potential opportunities, employments and collaborations with DST.

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NATO Locked Shields 2019 info session

Presented by Derek Grocke (Director/Founder of CyberOps), this session will provide a high level overview of the NATO Locked Shields 2019 game play including differing attack/defence methods used and how the lessons learned may be used in many organisations. All staff and interested students welcome.

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Engineers Australia: Navigating unChartered Pathways

Calling all student and graduate engineers. Looking to take control of your career? Want to not only set goals, but start kicking them too?

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Department of Human Services ICT (Tech and Data) Insights Event

Register your interest by Thursday 6 June: The Adelaide Delivery Centre is one of three major ICT Hubs of the Department of Health Services (DHS), and they are hosting an Insight Morning so that students in technical disciplines can learn more about the career options available in their business.

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ECMS International Asteroid Day celebration and workshop

Join the ECMS Space and Defence theme team to celebrate International Asteroid Day. 

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Project Management for PhD Students

Marc Lyell from Frazer-Nash Consultancy will be on campus 2 July to deliver Project Management training over the course of three sessions specifically designed for Engineering PhD students. Don't forget to register.

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Public talk: Urban ageing and age-friendly cities

Wednesday 10 July at 3pm: You're invited to join Professor Joost van Hoof from The Hague University of Applied Sciences as he addresses the topic of how societies facilitate catering for older people.

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Tutorial-style seminar on Sequential Monte Carlo methods in Statistics

Tuesday 16 July, 11am: The ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) is delighted to host Anthony Lee, Senior Lecturer in Statistical Science, University of Bristol, and Director of the Data Science at Scale Programme at the Alan Turing Institute for this one-off tutorial style seminar.

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3MT ECMS Faculty Final - cheer on your fellow students!

Don't miss the opportunity to hear from, and cheer on our very own talented PhD students as they present their thesis in just 3 minutes! When: 18 July. Don't forget to register for this free event.

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Public talk: Sustainable Building Research @ the University of Wollongong

Monday 22 July, 3pm: Join Professor Paul Cooper from the University of Wollongong as he provides an overview of the facilities and research conducted at the 6 Star, net-zero energy Sustainable Buildings Research Centre.

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Employer Presentation: ExxonMobil Vacation Engineering

Meet the ExxonMobil campus recruitment team (including UoA Grad!) and learn about the oil & gas industry, ExxonMobil’s Australian business and summer vacation program – what to expect, how to apply and what they look for - Friday 2 August.

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Want to improve life for postgrads on campus?

Friday 2 August, 5.30pm: Come along to the Adelaide University Postgraduate Society AGM, help improve the life of postgrads on campus and, of course, get some free food!

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Run for your Faculty in the Vice-Chancellor's Cup

Grab your running shoes and head along to the trials to represent ECMS in the annual VC Cup, a 4x800m running race through the university grounds.

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Public presentation: Wide Area and Space Surveillance Systems Program Office

An exciting opportunity brought to you by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) - Adelaide section. Hear fromWing Commander Fernando Gonzalez, Director Export Coordination Unit on Monday 5 August.

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Civil Engineering Networking: Meet your future boss

Do you want to meet senior engineers from over a dozen different companies? If yes, you should come to the upcoming networking event for civil engineering students on Tuesday 6 August, 6pm - 8pm at the Elephant British Pub. 

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IPAS Research Open Day for Undergraduates

Calling all undergraduates! Join us as we celebrate the fantastic research being conducted at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS), where we use the power of light to make the world a healthier, wealthier and better place, Thursday 8 August - registration includes free pizza!

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2019 Walk a mile in my boots - Hutt St Centre

Friday 9 August, 7am: Join the University of Adelaide's team and step up for South Australia's homeless. Register today.

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Improve your CV

Monday 12 August, 1-3pm: Looking to improve your CV? Struggling to communicate your research skills in a CV? Curious about the different between academic and non-academic CVs? Join us for an interactive panel discussion to discuss everything CV.

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Public talk: Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

Thursday, 15 August: Developments in AI will disrupt the economy and the world in ways not seen since the industrial revolution. To celebrate National Science Week, join us for a discussion on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Australia.

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Working in Australia

Thursday 22 August: Brought to you by the Bright Futures' Society, this networking event is especially tailored for international students.

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Adelaide Uni’s Got Talent

We’re searching for the most energetic and enigmatic performers out there who are ready to blow our judge's socks off - register before 16 August for your chance to take home the crown!

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Bragging Rites: a Study Overseas event

Thursday 5 September: Meet other students who studied overseas, compete for prizes in a game of trivia and our annual Pitch Perfect competition (sponsored by STA Travel), and network to find new opportunities for you now you're back in Adelaide.

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Dean's Research Seminar Series: Improving Life on Earth in Space

Thursday 5 September: The microgravity environment is a new frontier for discovery and innovation. Learn how science in space will affect life on Earth.

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Transitioning to Work: what it's like to go from student to employee

Thursday 5 September: The Bright Futures Society, in collaboration with the Adelaide University Young Alumni Committee are joining forces to present an insider event that will show you what it's like to transition from a student to working full time.

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STEMFEST 2019: Women Changing Australia

STEMFest 2019 will put the spotlight on some of Australia's STEM changemakers and their contributions to local innovation.

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Young Engineers Australia: New Friends and Fresh Ideas

Thursday 12 September: Join a night of celebration with other early-career engineers and find out how you can dive headfirst into the engineering community.

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Architecture Speaker Series 2019: Amy Clair, University of Essex

AMY CLAIR
Research Fellow
University of Essex, United Kingdom

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Study Teaching in 2020

16-19 September: If you’ve almost completed your undergraduate course studies and still aren’t sure about your career, you can begin a Master of Teaching in 2020 and put yourself in contention for a long and rewarding career in education.

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Making Two Triplets from One Singlet Exciton: Research seminar with A/Prof Tak W. Kee

20 September: School of Chemical Engineering & Advanced Materials Research Seminar - Making Two Triplets from One Singlet Exciton – Singlet Fission Yield of TIPS-Pentacene in a Polymer Matrix.

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Young Engineers Australia South Australia Speed Networking Night

24 September: Join Young Engineers Australia South Australia for an evening of professional relationship building with fellow engineers and industry leaders.

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Small meets smaller: Research seminar with Prof Roland Stauber

27 September: School of Chemical Engineering & Advanced Materials Research Seminar - Small meets smaller: Nanomaterial-microbe crosstalk–physicochemical principles and patho biological consequences.

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School of Architecture and Built Environment Research Day 2019

Research Day is an annual opportunity for members of the SABE research community – both staff and research students – to share current research and innovation in the school with affiliates and stakeholders in the built environment professions, industry and government, as well as the wider University community.

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Nature and Culture in Early Modernity - International Workshop Program

You're invited to attend a full-day workshop run by the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA) titled Nature and Culture in Early Modernity: New Approaches to Landscape History.

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Colloidal-nano transport in porous media: Research Seminar with Prof Pavel Bedrikovetski

4 October: School of Chemical Engineering & Advanced Materials Research Seminar - Colloidal-nano transport in porous media: Laboratory and multi-scale physics and technologies with Prof Pavel Bedrikovetski.

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Heathgate Resources: Summer Vacation Internship Info Session

10 October: Heathgate is expanding its employment opportunities and team members will be on campus to speak and network with chemical engineering and geoscience students interested in paid work experience and developing their careers.

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FutureNet presents: Transitioning from university life to work life Q&A

10 October: Hear from recent graduates who will help answer all your questions and give an insight into the challenges of transitioning from university life to work life that you aren’t taught in lectures and - free pizza!

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Industry Night: Understanding SA and its Job Market

The Indian Students Clubin collaboration with the University of Adelaide and Engineers Australiais hosting a much-awaited event: Industry Night - Understanding SA & its Job Market. Speakers include the Vice-Chancellor, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and CEO’s of companies who will be sharing their incredible experience, speak about upcoming opportunities in South Australia and the do's and don'ts of what to do when looking for a job.

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45th Essington Lewis Memorial Lecture

Tuesday 15 October: Missing in Action – Public debate and its contribution to Australia's policy directions with Rear Admiral the Honourable Kevin Scarce.

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Julian Raxworthy presents Overgrown: Practices between landscape architecture and gardening

15 October: Julian Raxworthy will discuss ideas from his book “Overgrown”. A reconsideration of the garden and a call to landscape architects to consider both planting and the elements of time and maintenance

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Sourcing Work Experience workshop

Work experience related to your degree is a great way to demonstrate your passion for the industry and is regarded very favourably by employers.

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IPAS Optics & Photonics Showcase + PIZZA

17 October: Current students and early career researchers will provide three minute insights into their research and experiences, there will be plenty of time for networking over free food and drink, and there will be a chance to tour many of the optics laboratories in both the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS). RSVP essential by 15 October.

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Prof Leon van Schaik - Design, Research Collective Colloquium and Guest Lecture

18-19 October: Prof Leon van Schaik, guest lecture at DRC Colloquim, followed by speaker presentations on Saturday.

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Raytheon Australia presents: Dr Karl Kruszelinicki - "Great moments in engineering"

29 October: University of Adelaide students have an exclusive opportunity to see Dr Karl live when he comes to campus to present 'Great Moments in Engineering' - register today!

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Alumni invitation: Creating a sustainable future in space at Ingenuity

30 October: As a valued graduate of the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS), you are invited to join for a drink and hear from the Director of our new Centre for Sustainable Planetary and Space Resources (CSPSR), Associate Professor John Culton III, followed by a sneak peek of our student final year showcase, Ingenuity.

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Ingenuity 2019

Thursday 31 October: Celebrating tomorrow’s technology leaders, Ingenuity 2019 showcases the dynamic world and real life applications of engineering, computer and mathematical sciences.

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Universal Science

3 November: Join us for an evening of discovery! Hear from an internationally diverse set of scientists on how we are currently using basic research and globally distributed computing to answer humankind’s most fundamental questions.

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Young Engineers Australia SA Annual Meeting and Open Night

Young Engineers Australia South Australia would like to invite you to their Annual Open Night to celebrate the successes in 2019 and showcase plans for the next year.

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2019 Luxton Memorial Lecture: Avoiding the winner's curse: How to manage Australia's energy transition

21 November: Dr Alex Wonhas, Chief System Design and Engineering Officer, the Australian Energy Market Operator will present the 2019 Luxton Memorial Lecture, "Avoiding the winner's curse: How to manage Australia's energy Transition”.

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Massive Small Manufacturing + Humanitarian Making in the Field

25 November: Come along to this FREE event and find out how open and digital production technologies are transforming manufacturing, with a special focus on how local production and circular economy approaches are being deployed in humanitarian responses to disasters.

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A guided tour of Practical Data Science with R - workshop

26-27 November: The Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) invites you to a free two-day workshop with Dr Ernest Fokoué, Professor of Statistics at Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Research Seminar with Ms Alessandra Vizza, Reactor Technologies, France

29 November: School of Chemical Engineering & Advanced Materials Research Seminar - Colloidal-nano transport in porous media: Upgrading production with safe technology in advanced-flow reactors for continuous manufacturing with Ms Alessandra Vizza, Reactor Technologies, France.

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Cyber Connect - AustCyber SA Node

3 December: Join AustCyber and CSIRO Data61’s Ribit for a curated speed-networking focusing on connecting students and recent graduates to leading businesses from across the cyber sector.

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VEX Robotics National Tournament

7-8 December: The 2019 Australian VEX Robotics Competition Nationals will be taking place here in Adelaide, marking the culmination of the efforts of teams from all over Australia.

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Heat and Habitat in Cities 2 Day Symposium

H2CS - Heat and Habitat in Cities Symposium, hosted by the School of Architecture and Built Environment, will bring international and national experts, policy makers, planners, designers and researchers to exchange knowledge, experience and expertise and to discuss and debate concrete ideas for planning, designing, developing and improving our cities.

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