Many local and international expert speakers have delivered presentations at our conferences, seminars and public lectures. Some past event listings include a video recording of the event. You can also follow us on YouTube for a complete list of our event videos. Join our mailing list if you'd like to be invited to our upcoming events.
Learn how to conduct social network research. Move from the fundamentals of networks to how to use cutting-edge statistical network models. Join this five-day intensive course. (Some general statistical knowledge is assumed).
Professor Mokyr discusses how rapidly improving research tools impact on future economic well-being and how the threats to growth are coming from the institutional-political direction, not traditional economic forces.
Dr Andreas Chai explores the link between Household Demand, structural change and secular stagnation using evidence from World bank data
The Centre for Transformative Innovation invites you to attend the inaugural Thomas Spurling Oration, to be delivered in 2017 by Professor Rochelle Dreyfuss from NYU School of Law.
The TEDMED Live Program shares TEDMED’s content, creating opportunities for organizations and industry leaders on the front lines of health and medicine to come together, share stories and inspire the exchange of different perspectives and
The Centre for Transformative Innovation is holding a public lecture with the 2017 Clunies Ross Innovation Awardee, Professor Mike Xie FTSE. Register online!
The Centre for Transformative Innovation, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, Convergence Science Network, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and MTP Connect is holding a public lecture with the 2017 Clunies Ross Entrepreneur of the
To celebrate National Science Week this year (12-20 August) Swinburne Research is holding a research photography and image competition open to all current Swinburne postgraduate research students.
Join Anthony Taubman, FRSA, Director of the Intellectual Property, Government Procurement and Competition Division, World Trade Organization, for his presentation on 'Linking Trade and Innovation with the Sustainable Development Goals'.
Swinburne alumni are invited to join us for a lively and fascinating discussion hosted by Tony Featherstone of Fairfax Media, with our special guest speaker Senator the Hon Kelly O'Dwyer.
Matthew McKay from ANU examines the impact of trade liberalisation on export performance over a 50 year period. Join us for this free lunchtime seminar!
Professor Paula Stephan, Georgia State University, is a global expert in the economics of science. She will draw on her extensive research to discuss how incentives and cost affect scientific behaviour around the world and
Don't miss Professor Paula Stephan from Georgia State University deliver this free lunchtime seminar on 'Bias against Novelty in Science: A Cautionary Tale for Users of Bibliometric Indicators'.
Join Associate Professor Catherine de Fontenay from Melbourne Business School as she explains the decline in labour outcomes of science graduates, using data from the Survey of Doctorate Recipients and the NSF Science and Engineering
You are invited to this free public seminar, where Dr Enrico Banadio from the University of London will share research on street art and copyright protection.
Associate Professor David S. Levine presents research on the use of trade secrets by tech startups. Join us for this free seminar!
We're celebrating research at Swinburne in a 2-day event at Hawthorn, featuring renowned keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, opportunities for professional development, industry engagement, mentoring and advice.
Join us for this free seminar where Omer Majeed will present findings about determinants of employment growth in Australia, paying particular attention to the role of innovation.
Human rights scholar and advocate Dr Monika Zalnieriute will present this seminar on The Anatomy of Neoliberal Internet Governance: A Queer Critical Political Economy Perspective.
The Centre for Transformative Innovation invites you to a Change through Connections public lecture presented by the CEO of MiniFAB, Dr Erol Harvey.
Dr Kevin Staub from the University of Melbourne describes how the shift to online availability of preexisting research from the late 1990s led to more innovative follow-on research.
In this free seminar, Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses from the UNSW Faculty of Law will present a paper on Artificial Intelligence in legal practice and criminal justice.
Swinburne welcomes Dr Nobu Yamashita from RMIT University who will examine the use of patents as an indicator of innovation in multinational firms.