We are excited to announce Prof Alan Duffy, Director of the Space Technology and Industry Institute at Swinburne University in Melbourne, will be presenting at Next water 2023.
A professional astrophysicist, Alan creates model universes within supercomputers to study the growth of galaxies, from the Big Bang to the present day. As well as learning how galaxies form, these simulations let him uncover the nature of the invisible Universe; made up of Dark Matter and Dark Energy. Alan then uses his passion for science communications to explain these discoveries to general audiences. He is a regular on TV and radio, such as The Project TV, ABC, Triple J and more.
Join us for this two-day event to be held in Sydney on February 22nd and 23rd, to discover more from Alan about the world of astronomy and his passion for science. The line-up features other fascinating speakers, including globally renowned researcher Fiona Kerr and water expert John Thwaites, as well as thought provoking presentations, and will allow delegates to discuss focussed questions on our overarching theme Water Wisdom to Future Flow. View the preliminary program to see what else is in store.
During January our special early bird ticket offer for Next Water ’23 continues! Join us at Australia’s leading scientific and technical conference on research and innovation, together with other water industry professionals and academics from across Australia, to discuss the next game-changing research. The early bird offer enables delegates to save $210 on a full conference registration, which includes access to all conference sessions and workshops.
This event is supported by sponsors Global Water Institute at UNSW, Veolia and Melbourne Water. Registration is limited to just over 200 participants, to ensure the event is highly interactive, with a strong focus on producing results from each session. Register here to join us in Sydney.