DSI Callout: Expressions of Interest for Maritime EW Capability

DSI Callout: Expressions of Interest for Maritime EW Capability

Late last year the Commonwealth released a Request For Information (RFI) seeking to understand the sovereign industry capacity and maturity that is available to support delivery of the Modernisation of Maritime Electronic Warfare Program. Although the RFI had a good response the criteria to respond may have precluded some organisations with capability in this area from participating in the RFI. Particularly SMEs without existing security clearance, and publicly funded research organisations likewise currently lacking this accreditation or otherwise may have thought that the scope of the technology was not in their realm.

AAS launches COVID-19 Expert Database

AAS launches COVID-19 Expert Database

The Australia Academy of Science (AAS) has launched the COVID-19 Experts Database for governments, the business sector, the research sector, and other decision-makers to easily access the expertise they need to inform their decision making.

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DASA/DSTL Competition

Invisible shield: Countering IEDs by novel technology and techniques

This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is run on behalf of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL). It aims to develop and demonstrate a number of novel technologies and techniques in the area of Counter-IED ECM.

YOUR DSI – GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES: Professor Iqbal Gondal

YOUR DSI – GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES: Professor Iqbal Gondal


PROFESSOR IQBAL GONDAL - DIRECTOR INTERNET COMMERCE SECURITY LAB (ICSL), FEDERATION UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA

 

With their finger on the pulse in the university and defence sectors, The Defence Science Institute’s (DSI) Liaison Managers act as the perfect conduits to collaboration between industry and academia.

Federation University’s Director Internet Commerce Security Lab (ICSL), Professor Iqbal Gondal talks about his journey into the field of education and defence.

Unconventional Research and Diversity in Defence

Unconventional Research and Diversity in Defence

The world of defence research spans an astonishingly broad array of disciplines, from science and technology to policy, law and ethics. But while the former subjects often take centre stage, with advancements in weapons and vehicles capturing the collective imagination, it is often the latter governing the use of these technologies that is overlooked.

PhD Develops Tool to Uncover Australian Defence Research Hubs

PhD Develops Tool to Uncover Australian Defence Research Hubs

With its ear to the ground, seeking out research capability to advance Australia’s defence sector, the Defence Science Institute (DSI) plays a pivotal role in fostering R&D collaborations between Defence, industry and academia. Staying cognizant of this sovereign capability across Victoria’s university circles is vital.

YOUR DSI – GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES: Mr Mark Raphael

YOUR DSI – GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES: Mr Mark Raphael

MR MARK RAPHAEL - STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIP MANAGER, OFFICE OF INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT, RESEARCH & INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT PORTFOLIO, LA TROBE UNIVERSITY

 

With their finger on the pulse in the university and defence sectors, The Defence Science Institute’s (DSI) Liaison Managers act as the perfect conduits to collaboration between industry and academia.

Mr Mark Raphael, past Liaison Manager for La Trobe University and Strategic Relationship Manager, Office of Industry Engagement, Research & Industry Engagement portfolio, reflects on his contribution to the role during his tenure.

Enhancing Microbiological Defence Against Biological Warfare

Enhancing Microbiological Defence Against Biological Warfare

Ebola, HIV, Hepatitis C and now Coronavirus – historically, viruses have been one of the most deadly microorganisms known to man. The current strike rate of COVID-19 has given the virus a particularly bad reputation. But what if there was a good guy in the world of virology?

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