4th IEEE Annual Systems Modelling Conference

The 4th Annual Systems Modelling Conference was supposed to be hold on September 10th but due to impacts of Covid-19 restriction, the conference is postponed to October 27th. The daylong virtual conference will feature showcases on the use of systems thinking and systems modelling in a wide range of areas. The event provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to communicate about scientific and practical aspects of real-world problems, receive feedback, and share learning lessons. It also provides a unique networking opportunity among people from academia, industry and government for initiating future collaborations.

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October

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Goldrick Seminar has been replaced by the Goldrick Webinars.

Major Training Services are the provider to Defence for the delivery of the short online course on Technical Data/Intellectual Property clauses in its ASDEFCON suite of templates to CASG Personnel.

9th Annual Northern Australia Defence Summit will be a high-level policy-driven summit with a theme and focus on ‘Mobilising defence capability and force posture in Northern Australia.’

November

In November each year, the Defence Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) partners with the UNSW Canberra and the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) to present MilCIS.

Put your complex project leadership skills to the test on a major project simulation without the real risks.

The 10th Biennial SIA Conference will be held on 17 – 18 November in Canberra.

December

The summit will focus on the Australian government’s continuing aim to develop an internationally competitive Space sector.

January

The Australian space research community enthusiastically extends the invitation to you, to meet with us for COSPAR 2020, and in so doing to forge the friendships and opportunities that will connect space research for global impact.

March

Due to COVID-19, Locate20 has been rescheduled for Locate21 happening in Brisbane March 30 – 1 April 2021. The event will focus on how geospatial technologies are intersecting with business, Government and defence to address national challenges.

June

As a result of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic the intended September dates for LAND FORCES 2020 will not be possible for proceedings. Due to this the dates have been deferred to 1 - 3 June 2021.