Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology Forum
Undertaking pioneering and potentially transformational research, the Institute helps strengthen and gain international recognition for Australian capability and knowledge in this increasingly important area.
Held on Friday 12 October, this forum provided an opportunity to hear about the research and educational direction of the Institute as well as discuss issues of key importance in the biomedical field.
School of Information Technologies
The University of Sydney
|2.00pm||Welcome||Professor Archie Johnston, Dean of Engineering and Information Technologies|
|2.05pm||Research Report||Professor David Feng, Research Director (BMET)|
|2.15pm||Education Report||Professor Andrew Ruys, Education Director (BMET)|
|2.25pm||Keynote presentation & discussions||Professor Stephen Simpson, ARC Laureate Fellow and Academic Director of The Charles Perkins Centre|
|Research Theme Presentations organised and chaired by the Research Theme Leaders|
|3.40pm||Biomechanics, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering||Associate Professor Collin Dunstan|
|4.00pm||Biomedical Devices and Instrumentation||Dr Alistair McEwan|
|4.20pm||Imaging, Visualisation and Information Technologies||Dr Jinman Kim|
|4.40pm||Biotechnology and Biomolecular Engineering||Associate Professor Fariba Dehghani|
|5.00pm||Summary and discussion, Level 5, the Institute of BMET Common Research space. Food and refreshments will be provided|
After each session there will be an opportunity for discussion