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How would you feel if your best friend in your twilight years was a robot? It’s one of the many thought-provoking questions being posed at QUT’s Robotronica event on Sunday.
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The Distinguished Visitor Lecture Series is a forum for senior academics and industry figures visiting QUT to share their perspective on the main trends and challenges in their specific field, hosted by the Institute for Future Environments.
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Thursday 17 August, 10.00amPhotovoltaic Renewable Energy SystemsProfessor Masakazu Sigiyama (The University of Tokyo) / Professor Kensuke Nishioka (University of Miyazaki)
Friday 18 August, 3.30pmWhy the Humanoids We Love Aren't The Robots We Really WantAndra Keay, Silicon Valley Robotics
Friday 1 September, 3.30pm (rescheduled from 28 July)The Delicate Tension of Digital TechnologyProfessor Jan Recker, Digital Innovation Research Group, QUT Business School
Past 2017 lectures
Thursday 10 AugustDeep Reinforcement Learning in the Real WorldRaia Hadsell, Research Scientist, Google Deepmind
Monday 31 JulyLethal Autonomous Robots and the Plight of the Non-CombatantProfessor Ron Arkin (Mobile Robot Laboratory, Georgia Tech)
Friday 26 MayTranslational Mass Spectrometry: Molecular Images Towards Precision MedicineProfessor Ron Heeren (MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute, Maastricht University)
Friday 19 MayCreative Innovation and Copyright: Does Australian Policy Encourage Self-Censorship in a Digital Era? Professor Patricia Aufderheide (American University)
15 MayExtraordinarily High-Strength Nanostructured Titanium Alloys for Biomedical ApplicationsProfessor Cuie Wen (RMIT University)
9 MayLight Harvesting using Emissive AggregatesDr Wallace Wong (University of Melbourne)
5 MayNew Forms of Autonomous Transport for Urban EnvironmentsTommaso Gecchelin (NEXT Future Transportation Inc, Italy)
6 AprilNano electrospray charge reduction differential mobility analyser; a versatile tool for characterization of aerolized nano(bio)particlesProfessor Guenter Allmaier (Vienna Institute of Technology, Austria)
4 AprilNew Frontiers in Atom Probe TomographyProfessor Julie Cairney (The University of Sydney)
23 MarchStatic and Dynamic Bioinspired Self-Assembled Material SystemsProfessor Andreas Walther (Albert-Ludwigs-University, Germany)
1 MarchA Multilevel Bayesian Approach for Modelling the Time-to-Serve in Professional TennisProfessor Jim Albert (Bowling Green State University, USA)
20 FebruaryWhat Can Plant Science Do For Human Health?Professor Cathie Martin (John Innes Centre, UK)
10 FebruaryIncreasing Molecular Coverage in Complex Biological & Environmental Samples Using Ion Mobility-Mass SpectrometryDr Erin Baker (Pacific North-West National Labs, USA)
30 JanuaryForests and biorefineriesDr Elspeth MacRae (Scion, New Zealand)
18 JanuaryRoBi-x Innovation Program: A path to international markets for Australian robotics innovationClaus Risager (Blue Ocean Robotics)
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