17-07-2019 Please join the QUT Faculty of Law for a special event with Professor Frank Pasquale, a leading international expert in the global algorithmic accountability movement. The talk will describe torts that may arise due to the deployment of AI and robotics (and some which have already arisen). The focus is on one particular type of failing: the use of inaccurate or inappropriate data in training sets used for machine learning.
08-07-2019 Energy Informatics is concerned with the analysis, design, implementation and use of information systems to increase energy efficiency. With carbon emissions changing the global climate, Energy Informatics support the important role that information systems can play in fostering emissions reductions, leading to positive effects on the environment.
17-07-2019 It's no secret that oil-based plastics are bad. Bad for the environment and bad for consumers.The good news is that the emerging bioplastics industry offers environmentally-friendlyand healthy alternatives. And the bottom line is that any current petrochemical plasticproduct can be substituted by a bioplastic.
03-07-2019 Cheese, wine and STEM - students, researchers and professionals with an interest in STEM are invited to enjoy a relaxing evening of talks and lively discussions with our panellists.
06-06-2019 STUDENT INTERNSHIPS - The Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector is looking for you!
06-07-2019 - 12-07-2019 QUT's Winter Holiday Program invites curious minds to explore everything from robotics, to future cities, and bionic arms!
18-11-2019 - 20-11-2019 Join international researchers, practitioners, policy makers, urban planners, transport engineers, educators + more to discover the latest research, practises and innovations in the cycling safety sector.
13-05-2019 How can we feed the world's skyrocketing population? There will be 9.5 billion people living in the world by 2050 - an increase of more than 2 billion over the next 30 years. Food production will need to double from current levels to meet this demand.
29-05-2019 Hear from a Dyson Engineer, psychologist Dr Tim Sharp and QUT nanotechnologist Dr Jennifer MacLeod, during a special guest lecture panel on ‘Problem Solving Success: How to become more confident bringing your ideas to life'.
30-01-2019 The Energy Researchers at QUT are pleased to invite you to the Power, Energy & Clean Technologies (PECT) Seminar series. Seminars take place on the first Friday of each month throughout 2019, commencing in February.
General enquiries and student services
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