CSIRO Cutting Edge Symposium on Self-Assembly Meets Additive Manufacturing
November 29th to December 1st 2022. Melbourne, Australia. This symposium will explore the state-of-the-art and new ideas to bridge the gap between additive manufacturing (AM) and self-assembly (SA). These two methods, working together at scale will enable automated, programmable, and efficient manufacture of functional parts with macro and nanoscale features.
Advanced PV 2030
CSIRO is supporting this symposium to catalyse discussion about the pathway for commercialisation of next generation photovoltaic technologies, and foster dialogue between colleagues and collaborators from a broad selection of institutions.
AI and Cyber for SME Growth Symposium 2021
Delivered in hybrid mode (in-person and online) between Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide (and other parts of Australia collaboratively connected via a remote link) from 22 to 24 June 2021
International Nutrient Inter-comparison Voyage
The International Nutrient Inter-comparison Voyage is taking place in 2022 hosted by CSIRO O&A Hydrochemistry. This project is looking at the inter-comparability of seawater nutrient measurements, assessing different shipboard methodologies with the aim of reducing error between different international laboratories.
Sub 20 – Inaugural Deep Earth Imaging Conference
Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th February 2020 at the Optus Stadium, Perth
EnviroCHI: Advancing Computer Human Interaction for Environmental Science and Education
Our natural environment is under significant pressure: climate change, plastic pollution, and biodiversity loss, are among the major threats that our planet is currently facing. Scientists study environmental phenomena to understand these changes and develop models of future impact. It is therefore imperative to enable scientists to do their research, educate the general public, and reach out to key decision makers.
7th IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics: 13 – 17 July 2020
Universal access to science, and participation in science, is a principle that runs through the activities of the International Scientific Union and its member unions, including the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). IUPAP has recognised a particular need to foster the participation of women in physics. The IUPAP Conference series on Women in Physics, organised by IUPAP Working Group 5, has a history not only of success and growth but of making a difference in the physics community.