New research videos launched
Date posted: 25 June 2012
The videos can be viewed on Swinburne's YouTube Channel
They profile the work of the:
Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure with Professor John Wilson and Professor Riadh Al-Mahaidi talking about the new glass-walled, street-level, Strong Structures Lab in the Advanced Technologies Centre that provides a revolutionary space for researchers to test the strength of building materials.
Brain and Psychological Sciences Research Centre Professor Susan Rossell discusses the impact of the university's recent purchase of a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine from Siemens, and Victoria's first magnetoencephalograph (MEG) machine from Elekta, Swinburne researchers are now well-equipped to produce world-leading brain research.
Environment and Biotechnology Research Centre Professor Mrinal Bhave and Rebecca Alfred discuss their fascinating work on wheat proteins and the strong relationship between PhD supervisor and candidate.
Centre for Computing and Engineering Software Systems with Dr Rajesh Vasa discussing how he and other ICT researchers at Swinburne are investigating the impact of the rapid changes in a time where Internet usage is growing exponentially, and many forms of information are available to us in seconds.
Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures with Professor Grenville Armitage talking about the ways in which Internet and networking architectures are changing, and the work his centre is doing to lead intellectual knowledge on these topics.
Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy Since the prediction of the Bose-Einstein condensate in 1924-25, superfluidity has become an important area of physics research. In this video Dr Chris Vale discusses his work in this area and the work in general of Swinburne's Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy.
Centre Human Psychopharmacology with Professor Andrew Scholey discussing world-leading research in the areas of drugs, herbs, natural substances and behaviour/brain function, being conducted in the new labs in Swinburne's Advanced Technology Centre.