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.
It’s the most open of open days! Experience the campus buzz, explore the facilities, chat to staff and students, and discover your dream course. Make our place your place on Sunday 29 July.
A half-day event showcasing the latest research on urban composting solutions, featuring speakers from Swinburne, University of South Australia, industry and government.
Skills in the collection of survey, observational, experimental and secondary data.
Statistical techniques including Simple Linear Regression and ANOVA
Students will use this statistical software to develop their knowledge in data management, data presentation, and statistical analysis.
In this course you will learn how to install and configure R software. You will also learn how to read data into R, access R packages, and organise and comment R code.
In this course you will learn key programming principles of R and how to develop and perform different types of statistical analyses and data visualisation.
Factor Analysis covers exploratory factor analysis (EFA).
3D construction printing is a rapidly emerging field of research with great promise to introduce much-needed automation in construction. Join Swinburne as we host the First International Conference on 3D Construction Printing this November.
The National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Conference 2018: Progressing Reconciliation will be co-hosted by three of Australia’s leading organisations in Swinburne University of Technology, Reconciliation Australia, and the Korin Gamadji Institute, Richmond Football Club.