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Day 3 of AIM17 is open to people external to CSIRO

Posted by: Danielle Kennedy

January 30, 2017

AIM for Future Science. AIM for disruption. AIM for Industry 5.0.

Day 3, 23rd of February 2017, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Australia. Open to all.

(Gala dinner, evening of Day 2, 22nd February – all welcome. Register your attendance via the registration page)

Sponsored by the CSIRO AIM Future Science Platform.

The first Active Integrated Matter conference AIM17 is almost here…. REGISTER NOW!

Imagine a world where disaster rescue robots can autonomously change their body size and shape to adapt to different terrains; where the manufactured chemicals previously distributed from centralised plants can be made as required and to precise chemical formulation (in accordance with real-time data collected by drones) in mobile manufacturing plants at point of use; or where previously wasted or lost food has re-entered the value chain as exciting, novel and in-demand food products…

Bringing together materials, sensing, physical processing, informatics, robotics, and autonomous systems, the AIM FSP’s research will identify new science opportunities at the interfaces and address the challenges of a dramatically changing world as we head towards 2030.

Join us in February 2017 to learn about these scientific breakthroughs and more. Hear how the AIM Future Science Platform is undertaking the research that will see these futures become a reality, and how industry can benefit!

The AIM conference will provide an opportunity to:

  • create networks and seed collaborations with CSIRO scientists
  • learn about the disruptive and cutting edge research happening within AIM meet with the AIM Future Science project teams
  • find out how to partner and get involved in AIM
  • hear from influential guest speakers from the relevant industry and academic sectors in three panel discussions
  • marvel at our interactive Techfest tradeshow

DAY 3

Plenary Speakers
Jane Urquhart Phillip Ruthven
Head of Science and Commercialisation Policy,

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

 Futurist and Founder of Ibis Global
 The World & Australia in the 2020s

The socio-economic, industrial and technological contextual setting for Active Integrated Matter

REGISTER NOW!

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