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Samuel Smith's research analysing how to make ships quiet

Sam Smith's work has been progressing well with the experimental side of the program nearing completion.

See the ABC article here.

The next phase is the numerical prediction involving extensive High Performance Computing (HPC) use over the next year.

 

Explosive research to help build safer subs

PhD candidate Steven De Candia is a leading example of the industry pathways training job-ready graduates to step into Australia’s ambitious multi-million dollar naval ship building program.

Student Conference 2017

Following on from our successful presentations training in September in Melbourne, 8 of our PhD students assembled in Melbourne to participate in the annual DMTC student conference. The conference was also attended by students from the Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) and students from the Defence Science Institute (DSI). All students presented to representatives from industry and defence. This was a fantastic opportunity to showcase the student work so far and gain valuable feedback to the research projects being developed.

Maritime Young Innovator Scholarship goes to Andrew Short!

Andrew Short wins the Maritime Young Innovator Award 2017

Student presentation workshop 2017

Research needs impact, impact need engagement, presentations need engagement. These were the themes of our latest presentations workshop.

Student conference 2016

Following on from our successful presentations training in August in Tasmania, 8 of our PhD students assembled in Melbourne to participate in the annual DMTC student conference. The conference was also attended by 5 students from the Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) and 5 students from the Defence Science Institute (DSI). All students presented to 10 representatives from industry and defence.

Presentations to Navy

Four PhD candidates from the RTCNDM gave short presentations on their research to the Chief of Navy,

Research Progress at RTCNDM

Nine PhDs and three Postdocs are making steady progress in their research.

PhD's and Postdocs under way

6 PhDs and 2 postdocs have started

Research centre to transform our naval industry

Official launch of the Research Training Centre for Naval Design & Manufacturing, the ARC Training Centre for Transforming Australia's Naval Manufacturing Industry