News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
Eyes on the sky
What do star-gazing and big data have to do with blinding eye disease?
Nobel-winning physics key to ultra-fast laser research
Thu 04 Oct 2018
Swinburne researchers are using ultra-fast laser technique developed by 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics winners
LaunchVic funds Victorian medtech sector
Tue 02 Oct 2018
The Victorian Medical Device Partnering Program, led by Swinburne, is to receive $2 million funding for the medtech sector.
Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 hub at Swinburne
The Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 hub at Swinburne is funded by a $2 million Victorian Government Future Industries Fund grant.
Manufacturing materials of the future
Fri 21 Sep 2018
Smart composite materials such as graphene and carbon fibre are changing the future of manufacturing.
Knowledge creation benefits from tacit appreciation
Wed 12 Sep 2018
Director of the Centre for the New Workforce, Dr Sean Gallagher, writes about tacit learning through the exploration of new technologies.
Re-thinking the electronic-waste problem
Thu 06 Sep 2018
High temperature materials processing expert, Professor Geoff Brooks, discusses Australia’s electronic waste problem.
What is a mobile network, anyway? This is 5G, boiled down
Fri 31 Aug 2018
Associate Professor Philip Branch discusses the nuts and bolts of a 5G network.
New partner joins Repair Bot project at Swinburne
Wed 29 Aug 2018
Australia’s largest automotive collision repair network, AMA / Gemini Group, has joined a Swinburne project transforming the car repair industry.
Digital inclusion improving across Australia
While digital inclusion is improving across Australia, the gap between included and excluded Australians continues to widen.
Swinburne and Wipro establish Chair of Artificial Intelligence
Mon 27 Aug 2018
Professor Ryszard Kowalczyk has been named Professorial Chair of Artificial Intelligence.