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New to the job market or returning after a long hiatus?

Come along to Women in Technology’s Step Up seminar: “Building your Job Ready Tool Kit”. Topics that will be covered include: Resume writing and using tools such as LinkedIn & Seek Mastering top 20 most common interview questions How to research Behavioural Based questions you might come up against and how to give a great behavioural … Read more “New to the job market or returning after a long hiatus?”

Australian Society of Rheology Invited Lecture on Microfluidic devices for characterizing the rheology and tribology of complex fluids

This seminar has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience. In 2017 the Australian Society of Rheology is presenting a national series of lectures, which is open to anyone interested in the flow and deformation of matter. The next event in the series will be held in Brisbane. The presentation will focus on several microfluidic devices … Read more “Australian Society of Rheology Invited Lecture on Microfluidic devices for characterizing the rheology and tribology of complex fluids”

New Zeta 300 optical profiler at ANFF-Q

ANFF-Q, Zeta and Scientific Solutions are providing you with the opportunity to learn all about our new optical profiler: the Zeta 300. The Zeta 300 is a multi-mode optical profiler with a fully integrated, metrology platform that allows automatic data acquisition and analysis for very complicated structures. Budi Hartono, the Zeta Applications Engineer Manager, will … Read more “New Zeta 300 optical profiler at ANFF-Q”

US Air Force Office of Scientific Research and opportunities in biophysics

Dr. Sofi Bin Salamon, the Biophysics Program Manager for the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) will be visiting The University of Queensland on Wednesday and Thursday 19–20 April. He will give a presentation about opportunities for AFOSR funding in the area of biophysics. There will be time afterwards to introduce yourself to … Read more “US Air Force Office of Scientific Research and opportunities in biophysics”

Nanoindenter workshops: bring your own samples!

ANFF-Q and Optics11 are providing you with the opportunity to measure your samples during a nanoindentation workshop. The Piuma and Chiaro Nanoindenters are a novel class of instruments which provide researchers with an easy and effective way of characterising the micro-mechanical properties of a wide range of materials in an accurate and non-destructive way. Nanoindenters … Read more “Nanoindenter workshops: bring your own samples!”

General Manager at ANFF-Vic and MCN

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ANFF-Vic and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication now seek a strong and dynamic General Manager to work closely with the Director in setting operational standards and, strategic management and direction. Key aspects of this role will be the implementation and monitoring of the strategic priorities for the centre, while ensuring all day to day operations … Read more “General Manager at ANFF-Vic and MCN”

IFE Distinguished Visitor Lecture: Static and Dynamic Bioinspired Self-Assembled Material Systems

Professor Andreas Walther (Albert-Ludwigs-University, Germany) will be speaking about concepts for bioinspired materials formed in both static and dynamic conditions. The first part of the lecture will deal with rather static, nacre-inspired high-performance nanocomposites, in which light-adaptive properties can be encoded through co-assembly and energy transfer approaches. The second part will focus on a platform concept, … Read more “IFE Distinguished Visitor Lecture: Static and Dynamic Bioinspired Self-Assembled Material Systems”

Bruker AFM webinar: High-Resolution Imaging and Nanomechanical Mapping of Virus Binding Sites to Animal Cells

The Bruker Nano Surfaces Division is running a free webinar on high-resolution imaging and nanomechanical mapping of virus binding sites to animal cells. Speakers: Prof. Dr. David Alsteens, head of NanoBioPhysics group at Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium Dr. Andra Dumitru, postdoctoral fellow in the group of David Alsteens at Université Catholique de Louvain in … Read more “Bruker AFM webinar: High-Resolution Imaging and Nanomechanical Mapping of Virus Binding Sites to Animal Cells”

Keysight Technologies Custom Solutions Seminar 2017

Keysight Technologies (formerly Agilent) is running a free seminar on the development and building of custom test systems. Globally, Keysight Technologies is recognised as the premier test and measurement company. We are market leaders and recognised as having the best Signal Analysers, Signal Generators, Vector Network Analysers and Oscilloscopes, to name just a few. What … Read more “Keysight Technologies Custom Solutions Seminar 2017”