Past events

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5 February 2015 to 6 February 2015
The Symposium on Cognitive Neuroengineering and Computational Neuroscience is a specialised forum for Australia’s leading cognitive neuroengineering and computational neuroscience researchers to showcase current research, connect and network, and consider the future of cognitive neuroengineering in light of practical, ethical and social constraints.
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19 November 2014 to 21 November 2014
The theme for the 2014 symposium is 'Crossing Discipline Boundaries: Integrating the Human Sciences into Defence and National Security Research'.
MBSE Symposium 2014 - Held in Canberra
27 October 2014 to 28 October 2014
The goal of the symposium is to share and promote excellence in model-based systems engineering practices. This year's theme for the symposium is the first three of the "seven different systems that must be acknowledged and understood by those who purport to do systems engineering".
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22 October 2014 to 24 October 2014
The theme for Defence Operations Research Symposium (DORS) 2014 was 'Delivering High Quality Advice'.
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22 September 2014 to 25 September 2014
Our Future Land Force Conference focused on using science and technology (S&T) to transform the land force of the future.
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30 July 2014
DSTO hosted the 2014 Defence Innovation Forum in our strategic role as an innovation integrator.
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5 May 2014
In May 2014, DSTO conducted the second in a series of workshops to engage key stakeholders in the policy and planning process.
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28 November 2013 to 1 December 2013
The 2013 Annual Autonomous Ground Vehicle Competition (AGVC) is now over.
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27 November 2013
In November 2013, DSTO conducted the first in a series of workshops to engage key stakeholders in the policy and planning process.
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19 August 2013 to 26 August 2013
DSTO has hosted four one-day workshops to discuss how Australian industry can help improve our ability to respond to pandemics, emerging infectious diseases, extreme natural hazards and incidents involving chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) threats.

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