AIM FSP Conference 2017 – Program
Program for Day 1 and 2 – CSIRO only. Program is available via this secure link (you will be redirected to sharepoint and be asked to login, CSIRO employees only).
The gala dinner on the evening of Day two is open to everyone. Please see the program below.
|Day 2 – Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 – Conference Dinner – Open|
|Room: MCG Members Dining Room|
|MC for the evening – The infamous Chris Krishna-Pillay|
|6:00||Open – MC Chris Krishna-Pillay|
|6:10||Open – Danielle Kennedy
|7:15||Guest Speaker – Jodie Fox – Shoes of Prey
Day 3 – Thursday 23 Feb 2017 – Open Session
|8:45||Chair: Cathy Foley|
|8:50||Welcome from the Chief Scientist of CSIRO – Anita Hill|
|9.20||CSIRO’s AIM Future Science Platform, Our Scientists vision for the future – Danielle Kennedy|
|10:00||Plenary – The World and Australia in the 2020s – Phil Ruthven|
Chair: Danielle Kennedy CSIRO’s AIM Future Science Platform
10 x 3 minute pitches on CSIRO’s AIM FSP test beds
Test Bed 02 – Personalised Fabrication of Smart Food Systems – Amy Logan
Test Bed 03 – Eliminate Food Loss – Mary Ann Augustin
Test Bed 04 – Autonomous Design – David Howard
Test Bed 05 – Natural Disaster Response and Recovery Systems – Paulo Borges
Test Bed 06 – Morphing Machines – Tirthankar Bandyopadhyay
Test Bed 08 – Coral Reef Monitoring and Response – Brano Kusy
Test Bed 09 – Water Technologies for the Future – Avi Bendavid
Test Bed 10 – Bringing the Factory to the Shop – Daniel East
Test Bed 11 – Autonomous Chemical Processing – Mike Horne
Test Bed 12 – Emissions Monitoring and Response – Cindy Ong
|11:45||Panel forum 1 – Advantages, disadvantages and ethics of next gen technologies
Chair: Tim Head
In today’s world, where just about everything is more convenient and accessible due to advances in technology across almost all sectors, it may seem inappropriate to consider the disadvantages of technological advances. However, despite how far technology has taken humans and no matter how convenient it may make things, there are some disadvantages accompanying this level of access and/or convenience.
|12:30||Lunch and tech show
CSIRO visual data map booth, AIM FSP Test Bed SCIENCE booths, CSIRO robotic booth, CSIRO 3D printing booth, CSIRO Education booth, CSIRO Digital visualisation booth, CSIRO collaboration hub booth
Contact Shaun.Howard@csiro.au for a booth.
|Panel forum 2 – Advanced manufacturing and Industry 4.0
Chair: Mike Horne
The view for Industry 4.0 includes modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions. Over the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems communicate and cooperate with each other and with humans in real time, and via the Internet of Services, both internal and cross-organizational services are offered and used by participants of the value chain.
|3:45||Panel forum 3 – The role of technology in future infrastructure
Chair: Hoang Anh CAT
Technological advances will shape our futures cities. This panel of experts includes representatives from Infrastructure Victoria – an independent statutory authority which will provide expert advice and guide decision making on Victoria’s infrastructure needs and priorities. We will also be joined by experts from across energy, environment, urban planning, infrastructure and R&D management spheres, to share their knowledge and answer your questions.