Robots and autonomous systems are changing the way we live, work and play.
As an international leader in robotic research, QUT and the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision are creating a new generation of robots that can understand and respond to their environments.
You’re invited to glimpse into our robotic future with a special presentation from the Centre’s researchers and meet Pepper - the world’s first humanoid robot that can recognise emotion.
Bring a friend, see what’s changed on campus since you graduated and join us for a night of discussion, networking and refreshments.
This event is hosted by QUT Young Alumni and the Women in Engineering Network.
The Young Alumni Chapter provides a platform for young professionals under 35 from all disciplines to network, join events and develop their professional careers.
The Network - Women in Engineering aims to construct a social and professional network of female QUT engineering alumni by offering ongoing inspiration and support to help members achieve their goals. The group promotes networking, talks openly about the challenges women in engineering face and works together to add value to the community.
- 22 March 2018
- 5.30pm (for a 6.00pm start) - 8.30pm
- P Block, QUT Gardens Point
- Level 6 Atrium
- 1 ticket for $25, 2 tickets for $40 (includes food and drinks)
- QUT Alumni and Development Office
- 07 3138 4778
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Meet Pepper - the world's first humanoid robot that can recognise emotions
Co-hosted by QUT Young Alumni and the Women in Engineering Network
Women in Engineering Network