Our Meet the Researcher webinars provide a sneak peek into current STEM research at QUT. They are also an opportunity to meet the people behind the research, and hear about how they got to where they are now.

Check out the recordings from the 2021 and 2020 sessions below.

2021 sessions

Aerial survey of animals using drones
Presented by Associate Professor Grant Hamilton

Astrophysics at QUT
Presented by Dr Michael Cowley

Children's burns and trauma research
Presented by Associate Professor Leila Cuttle

Design robotics
Presented by Associate Professor Jared Donovan and Dr Muge Fialho Leandro Alves Teixera

Fired bricks using clay mixtures
Presented by Mr Sen Wang

Machine learning and road safety
Presented by Dr Mohammed Elhenawy

More than just a pretty picture with mass spectrometry imaging
Presented by Dr David Marshall

New drugs for bad bugs
Presented by Associate Professor Makrina Totsika

Precision photochemistry
Presented by Dr Sarah Walden

Vaccination against Chlamydia to prevent male infertility
Presented by Dr Alison Carey

Space exploration with drones
Presented by Mr Julian Galvez-Serna

2020 sessions

The Genomics Research Centre
Presented by Paul Dunn

Institute for Future Environments - Solving Tomorrow’s Problems Today: Remote Sensing with Airborne Robots
Presented by Dr Dmitry Bratanov

Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Modelling
Presented by Dr Elaine Mitchell

Cancer and Ageing Research Program (CARP)
Presented by Dr Joshua Burgess

Cannabidiol treatment of epilepsy in children
Presented by Professor Murray Mitchell

How cancer cells escape and survive therapy
Presented by Dr Jennifer Gunter

Natural Minerals in Environmental Remediation Placement
Presented by Associate Professor Yunfei Xi

Artificial Intelligence and Road Safety Placement
Presented by Dr Mahmoud Masoud and Dr Mohammed Elhenawy

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