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Wave propogation

4.30pm 16 June 2021

Wave propagation - a mathematical perspective

The propagation of waves in space, such as that of electromagnetic waves in telecommunication, is instrumental to many aspects of science and engineering. Various physical phenomena, such as...

Master of Science in Mathematical SciencesPhysicsEngineeringMathematics

4.30pm 17 June 2021

Semiconductor nanostructures for optoelectronics applications

Semiconductors have played an important role in the development of information and communications technology, solar cells, solid state lighting.  Nanowires are considered as building blocks for the...

Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation & MeasurementMaster of Science in Quantum TechnologyPhysicsEngineeringAstronomy & Astrophysics

5–6pm 17 June 2021

Webinar: Graduate Certificate of Science

Discover our most flexible pathway program that enables students to study in more than 30 science-based Master’s programs across the university.

Graduate Certificate of ScienceComputer ScienceScience CommunicationPsychologyPhysicsEarth & Marine SciencesEngineeringChemistryBiologyEnvironment & SustainabilityMathematicsHealthAstronomy & Astrophysics

6–7pm 17 June 2021

Webinar: Graduate Certificate of Science Communication

Curious what “Science Communication” is about? Learn what practical skills and sound theoretical understanding you will gain from this Graduate Certificate and discover the pathway to Master’s study.

Graduate Certificate of Science Communication Available Fully OnlineScience Communication

4.30pm 18 June 2021

From Nanomaterials to Multi-Scale Devices for Future Health Engineering

Brain injury and disease results in neuronal loss and disruption of the brain parenchyma. Therefore, to achieve functional recovery post insult or disease, it is necessary to promote the long-term...

Master of Science in Materials Science (Advanced option available)PhysicsEngineeringChemistryBiologyHealth

4.30pm 22 June 2021

What Sets the Masses of Stars?

The most important characteristic of star, which determines its properties and evolutionary path, is its mass at birth. Observations show that the most common birth mass is slightly smaller than the...

Master of Science in Astronomy & AstrophysicsPhysicsAstronomy & Astrophysics

4.30pm 23 June 2021

3D printing dynamic materials

Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is gaining momentum as a leading technology, which provides personalized solutions to advanced fabrication needs. Printed objects enable a broad range of applications...

Master of Science in Materials Science (Advanced option available)PhysicsEngineeringChemistryBiology

4.30pm 24 June 2021

Health transitions and global population health challenges

In most low and middle income countries a profound transition is underway in patterns of health burden. Diseases of infection and poverty, and maternal and child health risks, are being joined by a...

Master of Public HealthBiologyEnvironment & SustainabilityHealth

4.30pm 25 June 2021

Earthquakes and tsunamis caused by low-angle normal faulting in the Banda Sea, Indonesia

While we'd like to think our knowledge of plate tectonics allows us to confidently identify the sources of large, destructive tsunamis, this isn't always the case. This is particularly true...

Master of Earth SciencesMaster of Science in Earth SciencesEarth & Marine SciencesEngineeringEnvironment & Sustainability

4.30pm 28 June 2021

Continuing the fight against malaria, despite the emergence of new infectious diseases

What do the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama (1460-1524), the Italian painter Caravaggio (1571-1610) and the English poet Lord Byron (1788-1824) have in common? They all died of malaria! Deadly...

Master of Science in Biological SciencesMaster of BiotechnologyBiologyHealth