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Radar-in-a-suitcase makes bridges safer

Radar-in-a-suitcase makes bridges safer

June 20, 2017

Assessing ageing bridges just got safer and easier, thanks to a high-tech radar device that fits inside a suitcase. Developed by Dr Lihai Zhang of The University of Melbourne as part of a collaborative research project supported by The Australia-Indonesia Centre, the IBIS-S radar technology can scan a bridge in 15 minutes from a kilometre […]

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“Cities should be safe, connected, caring and fun”: The City of Melbourne hosts the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

“Cities should be safe, connected, caring and fun”: The City of Melbourne hosts the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

May 26, 2017

Esteemed speakers provide a vision for future cities during a dinner at the Melbourne Town Hall for the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program. On the fifth day of the Australia-Indonesia Leader Program, thirty delegates from both nations began at Monash University in Clayton, sharing knowledge about water infrastructure and planning with the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Urban Water Cluster […]

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Back to the future: First Australians welcome the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

Back to the future: First Australians welcome the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

May 23, 2017

The fifth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program: Future Cities begins with a cruise through the indigenous history of Sydney Harbour. The Australia-Indonesia Centre introduce the fifth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program, which focuses on the theme of future cities. Hosted by the Tribal Warrior Aboriginal cruise group, 30 delegates from Australia and Indonesia first learned about the history of the nation’s […]

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Announcing the fifth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program – Future Cities

Announcing the fifth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program – Future Cities

May 17, 2017

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is pleased to announce the fifth Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program, focusing on the theme of ‘Future Cities’. Building on the successes of programs in 2015 and 2016, the Centre will bring together 30 delegates from Australia and Indonesia to share knowledge through a series of university courses, workshops, masterclasses and cultural experiences in […]

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ReelOzInd! Announces Youth Jury Nominations and Pop-Up Film Festival Kits

ReelOzInd! Announces Youth Jury Nominations and Pop-Up Film Festival Kits

May 10, 2017

ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival opens nominations for a youth judge to join its jury and offers pop-up film festival kits for schools, universities and community organisations. Submissions are already streaming in for the ReelOzInd! Now, anyone can get involved by nominating a youth judge for the jury or hosting a pop-up […]

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11th World Congress on Adolescent Health Travel Grant applications period extended

11th World Congress on Adolescent Health Travel Grant applications period extended

May 5, 2017

The Australia-Indonesia Centre Health Cluster is pleased to announce that IAAH Travel Grant applications have re-opened until midnight, Monday 22 May 2017,  for researchers, clinicians and postgraduate students to attend the 11th World Congress on Adolescent Health in New Delhi held on 27-29 October 2017. The purpose of the Travel Grants is to broaden the source of innovation […]

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Research Coordinator position open for applications

Research Coordinator position open for applications

May 2, 2017

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is currently seeking a Research Coordinator to support the overall research program outcomes. As the Research Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing expert research administration and oversight in relation to the management of the research-related activities for the centre. You will collect information from a range of research teams then refine […]

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Pesan Direktur Penelitian: April 2017

Pesan Direktur Penelitian: April 2017

April 11, 2017

Pada beberapa bulan pertama tahun ini telah terjadi banjir-banjir parah di Indonesia dan Australia. Ketika saya menulis berita ini, pembersihan pasca siklon Debbie telah dimulai setelah angin ini menghancurkan Queensland tengah dan tenggara, menyebabkan banjir bandang, penutupan jalan dan penutupan ratusan sekolah dan usaha. Sayangnya, hal ini merupakan kejadian tahunan bagi banyak kawan kita di […]

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Research Director’s Update: April 2017

Research Director’s Update: April 2017

April 10, 2017

The first few months of the year have seen devastating deluges in Indonesia and Australia. As I write this update, the clean up after cyclone Debbie has begun after it ravaged central and south-east Queensland, causing flash flooding, road closures and the shutdown of hundreds of schools and businesses. Unfortunately this is a yearly occurrence […]

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