Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology

Events

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology hosts public lectures, research seminars, information sessions and events throughout the year. Many welcome the general public and most are free of charge.

Jobs in Victorian and Local Government

Working for the local and Victorian Government can provide many benefits to graduates – competitive salaries, flexible leave arrangements and work/life balance. Come along to hear from professionals in the industry and get your questions


Study overseas expo

Discover how your Swinburne course can take you overseas at our 2017 Study Overseas Expo.


Experience the Universe in 3D

Experience the Universe in 3D during the April school holidays at the Swinburne University Virtual Reality Theatre.


Full Bright Mini Symposium

This mini symposium features Professor Benny Freeman, The University of Texas, and Dr Daniel J Miller from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.


Open challenges in continental tectonics: a computational modelling approach

Dr Fabio A. Capitanio from Monash University will speak at our Applied Mathematics seminar on open challenges in continental tectonics.


Understanding Peakons, Periodic Peakons and Compactons via a Shallow Water Wave Equation

In our April Applied Mathematic seminar, Professor Jibin Li from Huaqiao University (China), will use a shallow water wave model to introduce the concepts of peakon, periodic peakon and compacton.


What If? Aliens exist?

In this talk we consider where we might look for life as we know it, how we look at worlds beyond our own solar system, and what aliens might see if they were looking back


How do Indigenous Australians read the stars?

Learn about the many ways in which Indigenous Australians encoded scientific information in their knowledge systems and some of the ways they pass this knowledge to successive generations.


Swinburne ConocoPhillips Science Experience

Join us at Swinburne for the 2017 ConocoPhillips Science Experience and explore the never-ending possibilities of science.