Past events

AgTech opportunities

SA
May 22
Join your fellow trustees as The University of Adelaide's Director Agrifood and Wine, Professor Andy Lowe discusses the diverse solutions AgTech offers to almost every step in the food production process.

Speakers

Professor Andy Lowe, Director Agrifood and Wine, The University of Adelaide

Australian relations: Indonesian elections

QLD
May 21
This year the world's third largest democracy will choose their president, vice president, local and national legislature. Professor Tim Lindsey will provide his analysis of the Indonesian election and of the implications for Australian-Indonesian relations.

Speakers

Professor Tim Lindsey AO, Director of the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, the Melbourne Law School., University of Melbourne

The future of light rail

VIC
May 21
CEDA Vic/Tas welcomes Yarra Trams, Chief Executive Officer, Nicolas Gindt to discuss the future of light rail.

Speakers

Nicolas Gindt, Chief Executive Officer, Yarra Trams

Improving health outcomes: genomics and precision medicine

NSW
May 21
Join CEDA as we explore how data analysis, artificial intelligence, and advances in genomics will drive greater health outcomes and ask if healthcare in the twenty first century will transition from universal standard care to universal precision care?

Speakers

Associate Professor Sarah Kummerfeld, Co-Head of the Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics, Garvan Institute of Medical Research
Dr Laura Collie, Medical Advisor, NSW Office of Medical Research
Shehaan Fernando, Director – Population Health and Health Informatics, Philips Australia and New Zealand

SA Women and Leadership series: the future of work

SA
May 21
CEDA is pleased to welcome Aurecon's Managing Director, Australia & New Zealand, Louise Adams to share her insights on the future of work and what this means for women.

Speakers

Louise Adams, Managing Director, Australia & New Zealand, Aurecon
Melinda Cilento, Chief Executive, CEDA
Lucinda Hewitson, Chief Executive and Founder, Diversity Inclusion

The rights of Indigenous people

QLD
May 20
CEDA convenes a robust, positive discussion of Indigenous rights where you will hear local, national and international voices question progress.

Speakers

Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, University of New South Wales
Dr Chris Sarra, Director-General, Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
Georgina Richters, State Director, PwC’s Indigenous Consulting

Transformation maturity: Industry 4.0

SA
May 16
CEDA welcomes the University of South Australia Professor of Engineering Innovation, David Cropley as he discusses the intersection of Industry 4.0, innovation and education.

Speakers

Professor David Cropley, Professor of Engineering Innovation, University of South Australia

A regulator's perspective on emerging technology in mining

WA
May 15
CEDA is delighted to welcome Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety Director General, David Smith to address CEDA Trustees on the Department’s approach to emerging technology in the mining sector.

Speakers

David Smith, Director General, Department of Mining, Industry Regulation and Safety

Future priorities for the NDIS

VIC
May 15
Join CEDA as we unpack the latest research on the state of the Australian disability sector and speak to key leaders about how they see the future.

Speakers

Associate Professor Gemma Carey, Research Director, Centre for Social Impact
Dr Jennifer Fitzgerald, Chief Executive Officer, Scope
Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM, Executive Chair and Director, Melbourne Disability Institute
Rodney Weston, Director, NDIS, Brotherhood of St Laurence

Traps or trampolines? Why women's economic security matters

VIC
May 10
Join your fellow CEDA Trustees to hear from the Brotherhood of St Laurence Executive Director, Conny Lenneberg, who will discuss their current research.

Speakers

Conny Lenneberg, Executive Director, Brotherhood of St Laurence

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