Electronics Research Expo
The University of Adelaide's School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is holding a Research Expo on Friday 8 September to celebrate its 60th anniversary and to highlight the School's research.
The Research Expo runs from 9am to 5.30pm in the Engineering Mathematics Building, with parallel seminar sessions, poster presentations, guided tours and demonstrations.
Centres featuring their research activities include Biomedical Engineering, High Performance Integrated Technologies and Systems, Internet Research, Expertise in Phased Array and Microwave Radar, the Sensor Signal Processing Program, Adelaide Auto-ID Lab and the Power and Control Systems Group.
The Expo aims to: encourage promising undergraduate students to undertake postgraduate research; inform fellow postgraduate students and University staff generally about the research activities of the School; demonstrate the School's capabilities to the electronics industry; and establish professional networks for further research collaboration and career opportunities.
The day will end with a cocktail reception from 5-7pm. Further details from firstname.lastname@example.org or www.eleceng.adelaide.edu.au/expo