How sensors are changing our world
Professor Justin Gooding, will discuss his team's groundbreaking research and highlight the network's flagship projects.
- 9 May 2018 - 9 May 2018
- 7:30am - 9:30am
- Address Details
- Parliament of New South Wales, 6 Macquarie Street Sydney
The NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer invites you to join her at The Science & Research Breakfast Seminar with Scientia Professor Justin Gooding, University of New South Wales (UNSW).
NSW researchers are pushing the frontiers of 'smart sensor' technologies which are changing our world.
The state government has sought to harness our tremendous R&D strength in this exciting field by investing almost $2 million in the university-led NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN).
NSSN will bring together experts in chemistry, physics, nanotechnology and ICT to craft innovative solutions to complex challenges in agriculture, the environment, health, industry and national security. And the potential social and economic benefits for NSW are enormous!
The network is headed up by two of the state's most eminent researchers: The University of Sydney's Professor Ben Eggleton and UNSW Sydney's Scientia Professor Justin Gooding.
Gooding currently leads a 40-strong research team interested in surface modification and nanotechnology for biosensors, biomaterials, electron transfer and medical applications.
2018 Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series
The 2018 Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series is held in the Strangers’ Function Room at Parliament House of New South Wales, Sydney. Guests are required to undergo routine security screening.
Breakfast, tea and coffee will be served from 7.30am. Seminars will commence at 8am sharp and conclude by 9am. Tea and coffee will also be available afterwards.