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Photos from our 2016 TEDxUWollongongWomen event are available on Flickr
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From Left-Right: Julia Quilter, Judy Raper, Sako Dermenjian, Nieves Murray, Sharon Robinson, Ika Damayanti, Charles Areni and Lyn Phillipson

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Like what you see? The visual feast continues with pics from our 2013 TEDxUWollongong event on Flickr.
The Urban Modeller: Professor Pascal Perez

The Urban Modeller: Professor Pascal Perez

The Solar Olympian: Lloyd Niccol

The Solar Olympian: Lloyd Niccol

The Urban Architect: Rasmus Frisk

The Urban Architect: Rasmus Frisk

The Human Geographer: Professor Gordon Waitt

The Human Geographer: Professor Gordon Waitt

The Engineering Policy Expert: Professor Brian Collins

The Engineering Policy Expert: Professor Brian Collins CB, FREng

The Urban Designer: Dr Sara Adhitya

The Urban Designer: Dr Sara Adhitya

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Check out the TEDxUWollongong 2012 event photostream on Flickr.

The Scientist- Professor Gordon Wallace, Director of UOW’s Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, speaking about his work on nanobionics.

 

The Neurologist – Professor Mark Cook, Director of Neurosciences at St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, talking about using medical bionics to treat epilepsy.

The Critic- Associate Professor Katina Michael, researcher at UOW’s School of Information Systems and Technology and a member of the Institute for Innovation in Business and Social Research, acts out a scenario in which implantable bionics could be used in the future.


The Recipient – Ms Sue Young, a Double Cochlear implant recipient, UOW graduate and founder of the Illawarra Cochlear Implant Support Group.

The Industry Leader- Professor Rob Shepherd, Director of the Bionics Institute, speaking on his development of the bionic eye prototype.

 

The Entertainers- Dr Lotte Latukefu and Associate Professor David Vance from UOW’s Faculty of Creative Arts entertaining our guests with a few musical comedy numbers.

 

Robyn Williams from ABC’s Radio National was the Master of Ceremonies at TEDxUWollongong.