News and events
The Division, its associated Schools, Research Centres and Groups regularly have a range of events and activities tailored to suit university colleagues, industry partners right through to the general public and prospective students.
Defence Science and Technology Forum - 23 February
"Putting the U into UAV"
Dean External's Office:
Date: Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Room P2-06, P Building, Mawson Lakes
RSVP: Monday 21 February 2011
Contact Kellie Bartlam (Project Officer)
08 8302 6477
Details: Light refreshments will be served
Guest speaker Dr Javaan Chahl is the lead for the UAV corporate enabling research program in DSTO. He has worked for over a decade on different aspects of unmanned aerial systems research in DSTO, industry and academia. His research has ranged from aerodynamic design, to control systems and biology.
Join us for the first of a series of presentations hosted by the University of South Australia's Defence Science and Technology Forum. This is an opportunity to share ideas, identify trends and facilitate collaboration in defence science research and development.
Science Experience at niSA, January 2011
3 days of hands on fun for year 9 and 10 students
Date: 11th - 13th January 2011
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday 11th January - Mawson Lakes campus
Wednesday 12th January - City East campus
Thursday 13th January - Mawson Lakes campus
The Science Experience is designed to provide students, who have an interest in Science or Engineering, an opportunity to engage in a wide range of interesting and entertaining activities under the guidance of professional academics and scientists who love their work. The program will introduce Year 9 and 10 students to university life at UniSA's Mawson Lakes and City East campuses. Students will participate in Science and Engineering workshops. Activities include; building an electric motor, investigating , robotics, engineering in nature, making sun screen, testing exercise performance and the science behind sport and fun with microorganisms.
For more information visit www.scienceexperience.com.au or contact your local Rotary Club.
*There is a small fee to participate but students can approach the Rotary Club for sponsorships.
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find out more about the undergraduate programs on offer at UniSA, talk to academics
who teach the programs, meet current students and have a look at our teaching facilities.
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