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Green Brain | Building 16, Level 07

RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus

344 Swanston Street (corner of La Trobe and Swanston Streets)

Melbourne, Victoria 3000

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Working on nanotechnology and seeking to make a big impact with your ideas? This event is for you!

The Australian Nanotechnology Network and the Australian National Fabrication Facility in partnership with RMIT University present 'Thinking BIG with Nano'. This workshop tailored for early-career researchers and late-stage PhD candidates will showcase research translation in nanotechnology and provide facilitated training in taking ideas from concepts to a viable business.

Highlights of the event include:

  • Keynote addresses from industry leaders (Dr Elaine Saunders, Blamey Saunders Hears and Dr Erol Harvey, Co-Founder and Director, MiniFAB)
  • Research translation case studies from Australian early- and mid-career researchers (Dr Kyle Berean, Atmo Biosciences; Dr Claudia Di Bella, St Vincent's Hospital; Associate Professor Drew Evans, University of South Australia; Dr Shannon Notley, FlexeGRAPH)
  • Strategies for creating environments for entrepreneurship (Prof Sally McArthur, Swinburne University of Technology; Prof Emily Hilder, University of South Australia; Prof Justin Cooper-White, The University of Queensland; and multiple ANFF-node representatives)
  • Mechanisms and approaches for protecting intellectual property and building strong partnerships (Dr Graeme Cross, Planet Innovation; Ms Amy Hunter, RMIT University; and more)
  • Crafting messages for effective pitches (Presenter: Mark Douglas, ETHOS Australia)
  • Facilitated, team-based, fast-paced hackathon to take industry-defined problems, work through ideas, and pitch a solution (Facilitated by the Redback Innovation Challenge team)
  • Value-driven business strategies using a Lean Canvas (Facilitators: Dan Sleeman and RMIT Activator team)

Full presenter list and detailed program will be available in September.

Registration costs are minimal and early-bird attendees will be able to apply for travel and carer grants (with up to 40 grants of $400-800 each available). Travel grants will be in the form of reimbursement for airfares, accommodation, or related travel costs up to the awarded amount. Carer grants will be in the form of reimbursement for additional carer costs, travel for accompanying dependent or carers, and any reasonable carer expenses incurred due to event participation.

Event Co-Chairs:

  • Associate Professor Sharath Sriram, RMIT University
  • Dr Nadia Court, Australian National Fabrication Facility
  • Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran, RMIT University

For additional information, please contact the Australian Nanotechnology Network through Ms Liz Micallef, ann@ausnano.net

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RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus

344 Swanston Street (corner of La Trobe and Swanston Streets)

Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Australia

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