Stem Talks

STEM Talks

Engaging Possibilities

National Science Week
Tuesday 15th August 2017

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Showcasing the communication of science innovation and cutting edge research

A group of leading Monash scientists will share brief insights into the challenges they face when undertaking cutting edge STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) research.

Each speaker will tell stories from their research tackling some of the most pressing problems of the twenty first century. Their accounts will help to demonstrate that engaging in science is seldom formulaic or prescriptive, but can be exciting, creative, and often highly rewarding.

Learn how research questions (and careers) are sparked, how research problems are overcome, how novel and innovative research approaches come about and how new ways of thinking can lead to surprising scientific solutions.

STEM Talks  2017

When

Tuesday 15 August, 2017

Where

Campus Centre Cinema
21 Chancellors Walk
Monash University
Clayton Campus
Please note free parking is available after 4:00pm

Session 1

1.00 – 2.00pm
Myth-busting Mathematics Professor Kate Smith-Miles
Musical instruments inspire engineering: how communications systems benefited from a love of music Professor Arthur James Lowery
What does the future hold for autonomous vehicles in Australia? Professor Brian Fildes

Session 2

5.00 – 6.00pm
TBA
Professor Christian Jakob
The great unknown - how optimisation technology can help you find better solutions to everyday problems
Professor Maria Garcia de la Banda
TBA Professor Michael Fuhrer

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