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Sydney Concepts at Westmead is an ongoing series of conversations between expert researchers across the depth and breadth of the University of Sydney and colleagues from the Westmead Precinct. These conversations will cover exciting discoveries and innovations and are aimed at initiating new collaborative opportunities between the university and the broader Westmead community.



Fridays 11.30am-12.00pm, followed by the opportunity for questions and discussion


  • 24 November: Dr Zhiyong Wang, Associate Professor and Associate Director of Multimedia Laboratory at the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney, will discuss Multimedia Computing Opportunities in Medicine and Health


  • 1 December: Professor Frans Verstraten, McCaughey Chair of Psychology and Head of School, University of Sydney, will discuss how eye-movement recording can give us insight in what the brain knows, perceives, or even thinks, present some basic research as well as applied use of eye-movement data. The brain as a gambling machine: what the eyes can tell you about what the brain knows


  • 8 December: Jim Cook - Innovation Lead – University of Sydney ICT innovation TechLab. Jim has developed expertise in how technology can engage and link learners, educators and communities. For the past 5 years, Jim has worked with a teams at the University to encourage the implementation of technology into the classroom and the laboratory. Industry X.0 the default state is change




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Level 1, Westmead Education and Conference Centre

Westmead Hospital

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