An entrepreneurial path from academic innovation to commercial products

This presentation will include a history of taking a process from an academic laboratory curiosity to the cusp of commercial processing – entirely during major global economic downturns. The role of intellectual property, government funding, university technology transfer, industrial support, and the perseverance and sacrifices of the scientists and engineers involved to succeed will all be discussed.

Disability and Carer's Market Expo

Dear all,

ANU is committed to equity and diversity as fundamental values for our community, by providing opportunities for an inclusive and welcoming environment. Education and collaboration within our community, in the area of disability, is an important first step in improving understanding.

 

In recognition of International Day of People with a Disability and National Carers’ Week,  the ANU is hosting a Disability & Carers’ Market Day Expo TODAY fr

WHEN: TODAY

Echo360 ALP Information Session

The University will be moving to the new version of Echo360 for the start of the 2018 teaching year. Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP) will continue to automatically record lectures as usual, but there are some changes to how you access and use recordings. Echo360 ALP also provides new interactive features, including interactive slides and polling and student confusion flags.

Please join us for Echo360 ALP Information session on 3rd November 3-4 pm at N101/ CSIT.

Optiver Shanghai 2018 Graduate Roles - NOW OPEN

Optiver is a proprietary trading company where the brightest minds use the most advanced software to set fair prices for investors worldwide. Or as we like to call it: market making. 

Now we are actively participating in the China market and looking for traders & developers who are driven to solve ever-changing problems.

Graduate Openings:

Apply by clicking the below links before our application deadline on October 22nd, 2017:

Staff vs Student Soccer Game - Natasha Linard Cup 2017

On Thursday the 26 of October at 2pm the annual staff vs students soccer match will be taking place on Fellows Oval (near Chifley Building). Before the match feel free to come via the Engineering Building courtyard for a BBQ from 1pm.

The staff team is currently short a number of players. If you are keen to join the team, be sure to register your details. The staff team won last year so let's see if we can keep a hold of the trophy!

ANU Disability & Carers’ Market Day Expo

ANU is committed to equity and diversity as fundamental values for our community, by providing opportunities for an inclusive and welcoming environment. Education and collaboration within our community, in the area of disability, is an important first step in improving understanding.

In recognition of International Day of People with a Disability and National Carers’ Week, I am pleased to share that the ANU is hosting a Disability & Carers’ Market Day Expo on Wednesday 18 October 2017.

CISCO Global problem Solver Challenge

Digitize & Do More Good

Cisco’s Global Problem Solver Challenge 2018 for Student and Recent Grad Entrepreneurs

Interested in using your brainpower, technological know-how and ingenuity for the greater good?

The second annual Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is an open call for students and recent grads with innovative technology solutions to the most pressing social and environment problems to submit their team’s ideas for a chance to receive $300K to bring their vision to reality.

Work Experience - IT Power Canberra

Inspections Program Work Experience Student

 

IT Power are currently seeking a work experience student to assist with the day-to-day running of the Inspections Program. The Program is a Clean Energy Regulator initiative which involves checking small-scale solar photovoltaic installations for compliance with Australian Standards.

 

Solar Seminar: Manufacturing cost analysis of photovoltaic cell and module technologies; by Nathan Chang

It is important to do some kind of manufacturing cost-benefit analysis when developing alternative PV technologies. It helps the researchers to understand the commercial potential of their technology, and identify cost and performance barriers that need to be overcome. However this kind of analysis can be very difficult to conduct. As there are significant uncertainties in the process, equipment and materials to be used, and their cost in high volume production, it can take excessive time and resources to obtain sufficiently accurate input data.

IP Australia Workshop: Learn how your IP is protected

For many start-up businesses, academics and entrepreneurs, intellectual property (IP) is the difference between success and failure.

Much of your creativity and innovation can be protected with registered IP like patents for inventions, trade marks for brands, and designs for the way a product looks.

Join IP Australia’s Michael Amon, for a two hour workshop on the ins and outs of IP.

Here’s what you can expect

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