UOW Public Lectures is series of guest lectures by renowned industry practitioners and academic experts in their respective areas of expertise. The talks range from introductory topics right up to highly specialised and technical sharing sessions. The UOW Public Lecture series is categorised into three distinct areas:

Insights from Australia

Gain valuable insights from our University of Wollongong (UOW) Australian academic counterparts. These highly regarded and distinguished academics are all at the top of their fields and will provide the audience with a whole new perspective into various fields.

Insights from Industry

Learn from Industry professionals as they share what are the latest industry trends, practices, and techniques.

Insights from Academia

Knowledge sharing from academic experts from all around the world including from our sister campuses in Dubai and Hong Kong.

Insights from Australia – UOW Academic Workshop Series

Introductory Workshop

By:
Professor Dr. Wilma Vialle
Pro-Vice Chancellor
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia


Insights from Australia – UOW Academic Workshop Series

Follow-up Interactive Workshop

By:
Professor Dr. Wilma Vialle
Pro-Vice Chancellor
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia


Insights from Australia – UOW Public Lecture Series

Artificial Intelligence and Its Contemporary Applications: A Beginner’s Introduction

By:
Professor Aditya Ghose
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia


Insights from Australia – UOW Public Lecture Series

Form and Inspiration: A Workshop on Writing Short-short Fiction

By:
Associate Professor Shady Cosgrove
Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia


Insights from Australia – UOW Public Lecture Series

Mega Trends: Industry 4.0, Climate Change and YOU

By:
Associate Professor Dr Troy Heffernan
Faculty of Business and Law
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia


Insights from Australia – UOW Public Lecture Series

Computational Intelligence Applications in Multi-disciplines

By:
Associate Professor Jun Shen
Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia