Archives

DATE

SPEAKER

TITLE

FLYER

SLIDES

PHOTOS

25.9.13  Simon McKeon AO, Chairman, Federal Government's Strategic Review of Health & Medical Research Panel  Quo vadis for the next 10 years for health and medical research  Available Here  NA  NA
13.11.12  Professor David Hood, National President, Engineers Australia  Sustainability: Its your business  Available Here  Available Here  NA

17.10.12

Dr Santosh Kulkarni & Dr Khusro Saleem

Innovation for a Digital Economy: ICT research for virtual worlds & smart farming
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13.09.12
 Dr Lisa Harvey-Smith, Research Astronomer, CSIRO

The SKA: Shinning a flashlight into the darkest corners of the universe

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 30.08.12  Prof. Ricardo Baeza-Yates, VP of Research for EMEA & LatAm, Yahoo! Research Barcelona, Spain
 The Web: Wisdom of Crowds & a Long Tail
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 08.08.12  Assoc. Prof. Kenneth O. Stanley, Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, University of Central Florida, USA
Discovery without objectives
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11.07.12
Assoc. Prof. Chris Leckie, Dr Jia-Yee Lee, Prof. Pascal Van Hentenryck - NICTA
Technology: Enabled
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15.05.12
Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt, Australian National University

The Accelerating Universe & the hunt for dark energy: A crazy result that broke our understanding of the nature of the Cosmos

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28.03.12
Prof. Ian Chubb, The Chief Scientist of Australia
Australia's Future in Science and Technology
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14.03.12
Prof. Chris Leckie, Prof. Terry Caelli, Prof. Stan Skafidas - NICTA
Research that Matters: The role of ICT in a competitive and healthy Victoria
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27.02.12
Dr Evangelos Eleftheriou - IBM Research - Zurich, Switzerland
Trends in Storage Technologies
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05.09.11
Prof. Sanjit K. Mitra, Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California, USA Digital Signal Processing: Road to the Future
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04.08.11
Prof. David Karoly, School of Earth Science, Melbourne University
Innovative ICT Solutions for Global Climate Change Research
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07.07.11
Craig Lapsley, Fire Services Commissioner, Victoria
Interoperability: A Primary Need of Emergency Services
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25.05.11
 Eugene Kaspersky, Founder Kaspersky Lab
The Future of Digital Security: The Kaspersky Vision
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 19.8.10
Dr. Richard G. Caro is CEO of TangibleFuture, Inc Entreprenuership 3.0: More Success? Less Risk?
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 10.2.10
Dr Tilak Agerwala, Vice President, Systems, IBM Research (USA)
Exascale Computing: Challenges and opportunities in the next decade.
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 3.12.09  Alex Zelinsky, CSIRO Group Executive, Information Sciences
 Delivering on Australia's National Challenges by developing globally competitive ICT - an innovative approach to ICT  Available Here
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 15.10.09

 Bryan Gaensler, The University of Sydney, Australia

 The Square Kilometre Array: An International Radio Telescope for the 21st Century

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17.08.09 

 Jeff Ullman, Stanford W. Ascherman Professor Emeritus of Computer Science

 How and Why Google changes the world

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 2.04.09

 Rod Tucker, Dept Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne

 A Green Internet

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 8.12.08

Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago

Computing Outside the Box

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 30.9.08

 fred harris, San Diego State University, USA

Digital Signal Processing in Next Generation Communication Systems

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 25.8.08

Rodney Brooks, MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, USA

Robotics: Shaped by & Shaping the World in 2000 to 2050

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Coming Soon

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 3.6.08

 Samia Melhem, World Bank Group, USA

 Gender & Socio-Economic Empowerment: The Role of ICTs in developing countries

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 29.4.08

 Terry Cutler, Cutler & Company, Australia

 Are we capable enough to innovate?

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 Coming Soon

 8.12.07

 Tristram Cary, retired, Australia

 Part 2: Music and Technology

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 14.11.07

 Bruce Esplin, Victorian State Government

 ICT Critical for Emergency Management

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 3.10.07 Ivan P Kaminow, University of California
Photonic Integrated Circuits: A Personal Perspective
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 20.09.07 Vincent Tao, Microsoft Virtual Earth Services
Empowering the Wed with Location: Microsoft Virtual Earth Services Available Here NA
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 28.08.07

H. Dieter Rombach, Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE)

Building the Scientific Basis for Professional Software Engineering

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 7.08.07

Tristram Cary, retired, Australia

 Part 1: Music and Technology

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28.06.07

 Paul Henry, AT & T Labs-Research, USA

 More Bits per Bandwidth: The Holy Grail of Wireless Communications

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 18.06.07

 Barry Jones, The University of Melbourne

 The promise of the Information Revolution: Has it been delivered?

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11.04.07

George Farley, ATAC Pty Ltd, Australia

A 40 Year Journey through IT

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14.03.07

Keith Hanna, Fluent Europe Ltd, England

CFD in Sport - Performance Enhancement without Drugs!

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29.01.07

Krithi Ramamritham, Indian Institute of Tech., Bombay

Convergence of data streams, sensor networks, P2P & the Internet

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1.12.06

John Wilkes, HP Labs, Palo Alto, USA

Storage, Data & Information Systems - A Brief Introduction

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2.11.06

Peter Hughes, Epworth Easter Private Hospital, Melb

Harnessing Technological Innovations in Healthcare

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 20.09.06

 Matthew Bailes, Swinburne Uni of Tech, Melb

Astronomical Supercomputing, the Grid & Supercomputing in the Classrom

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 10.08.06

 Mireille Ducasse, IRISA/INSA, France

Automatic Debugging: Mining for Bugs

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 13.07.06

 Kim Roberts, Nortel

Slaying Optical Dragons

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 26.06.06

 Chris White, Weta Digital Ltd, New Zealand

 King Kong - Visual Effects in Modern Filmmaking

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 11.05.06

 Bruce Thompson, State Govt of Victoria

 Virtual Australia: pervasive networks that know, think, communicate

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 6.04.06

 Mike A. Horton, Crossbow Technology

 Wireless Sensor Networks - Moving from Theory to Reality

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2.03.06

 Hugh Bradlow, Telstra

 Telecommunications technologies for a "Web 2.0" world

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 2.02.06

 Philip Wadler, University of Edinburgh

 Links: Linking Theory to Practice for the Web

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 24.11.05

 Richard Newton, University of California, Berkeley

 Great Works for the 21st Century: A Critical Role for the Modern Research University

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 4.11.05

 David Skellern, NICTA

 A Vision for Australia's ICT Future

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 30.08.05

 Robert Calderbank, Princeton University

 Quantum Computing & Cellular Phones

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 4.08.05

 Robin Eckermann, Eckermann & Associates

 The Looming Last-Mile Crisis

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 11.07.05

 Peter Magill, AT & T Labs-Research

 The Demands of Photonic Networking

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