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7 December 2020 to 9 December 2020

The Defence Human Sciences Symposium (DHSS) is the principal Australian forum for those interested in the application of human sciences research to enhance Defence capability.

23 November 2020 to 28 November 2020

Engage with Defence Capability Managers and hear from senior Defence representatives online at Defence Innovation 2020.

18 November 2020 to 20 November 2020

The Emerging Disruptive Technology Assessment Symposium (EDTAS) series helps future-proof Australian Defence as part of the Next Generation Technologies Fund (NGTF).

14 November 2020 to 19 November 2020

The 26th International Symposium on Military Aspects of Blast and Shock (MABS 26) was held at Novotel Northbeach in Wollongong, Australia from the 15th – 20th November 2020.

9 November 2020 to 22 December 2020

Apply your gaming and AI skills to this wargaming challenge!

15 August 2020 to 23 August 2020

Every year, Defence is a proud participant in National Science Week.

26 March 2020 to 27 March 2020

After due consideration and anticipating a lower than expected number of attendees due to the impact of COVID-19 on participants, the organising committee and sponsors have agreed that the Cyber Security Summer School (CSSS2020) will not be continuing as planned on 26 and 27 March 2020.

17 February 2020 to 22 February 2020

The Research Network for Undersea Decision Superiority is holding a special guest seminar and information session "Linking human sciences research to undersea and regional superiority" during February 2020.

Directed Energy Technologies
25 November 2019 to 27 November 2019

Defence Science and Technology in partnership with University of New South Wales and Noetic Group, hosted an Emerging and Disruptive Technology Assessment Symposium (EDTAS) on Directed Energy Technologies.

21 November 2019 to 22 November 2019

The 2019 HPRnet Symposium was held on 21 and 22 November at the University of Canberra.

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