Dr Danielle Moreau (UNSW Sydney), and a representative of Seeing Machines

Features of our everyday lives such as driving, flying and noise, are constantly being researched and reconfigured. Join us to hear from two speakers designing, innovating and changing our everyday.

Dr Danielle Moreau is a member of UNSW’s Flow Noise Group. She investigates how the flow of fluids creates sound, and how this noise can be controlled. Danielle’s research aims to quieten modern technologies such as submarines, wind turbines and aircraft.

Danielle will be joined by John Noble from Seeing Machines, a Canberra-based company leading the world in driver–machine interaction. They harness ergonomics to create artificial intelligence technology that observes drivers’ attention and intervenes seamlessly when necessary.

Refreshments served from 5.30pm, with the talk 6.00pm-7.00pm. 

With thanks to our Exclusive Presenting Partner, University of Canberra.

This is the final event in a six-part series. Throughout this series we will hear remarkable untold science stories. Join us for tales of innovation, research, breakthroughs, and how science is solving the big challenges of our time. Visit the academy's event page for more information and tickets to other talks.

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019 - 17:30

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