Our flagship events enable our industry and government partners to meet and network with our talented researchers, high-achieving students and business colleagues.
When: Tuesday, 31 May (9am-2pm AEST)
Our annual School of Computer Science Coding Fest advocates coding culture to students. It boasts a proud tradition of showcasing interesting coding projects, linking like-minded thinkers together and facilitating important connections between students and industry.
When: Wednesday, 8 June (8am-9.30m AEST)
Join the Warren Centre’s Humanitarian Engineering Hub for a webinar with four guest speakers that work on humanitarian and development projects to protect communities, workers, and the environment. When working on built infrastructure in less regulated environments, it is of critical importance to avoid unintended consequences and ensure lasting positive impacts, which are achieved through 'safeguards'.
When: Wednesday, 22 June (4pm-5pm AEST)
The Warren Centre, part of the Faculty of Engineering, invites you to the 2022 online Innovation Lecture delivered by Katherine Bennell Pegg, Director of Space Technology at the Australian Space Agency who is responsible for ‘access to space’, ‘spaceflight infrastructure’ and ‘human spaceflight’.
When: Friday 22 July - Sunday 24 July
The Humanitarian Innovation Hackathon is a weekend-long hybrid event designed for ALL Australian university students to work collaboratively, in cross-discipline teams, to create technology-driven solutions for the most pressing humanitarian challenges.
Featuring industry leading speakers, team bonding, facilitated mentoring, and exciting diversions that mix up the digital and face to face competition.