All registered delegates and trade are invited to the Welcome Reception on the opening night, Wednesday 14th November in the Foyer of Building 11 at UTS. A selection of canapés and drinks will be provided. Tickets to be included for delegates in the registration (checkbox). Partners are welcome to purchase a ticket for $55.00 (in advance during registration).
You are invited to the 2018 Conference Dinner held at a Bistrot Gavroche, a classic French bistro located in the Kensington Street at 7:00pm on Thursday 15th November. Subsidised tickets for delegates include entree, main course, dessert and beverages for $50.00 can be purchased. Additional tickets can be purchase for $90.00. Dress Casual.
'Meet the Experts' with Invited Speakers
Student delegates are invited to attend the ‘Meet and Greet’ with Invited Speakers on Thursday afternoon from 1:10 pm. This function provides an excellent opportunity for students to meet world leading international and local extracellular vesicle scientists. The program will be a relaxed interactive format, where students can ask direct questions about the invited guests career progression and important insights into academic and industry professions. Several early career researchers will be available to facilitate discussions, making this an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Make sure you come along with some questions in mind for the speakers. Please note this event is free but we recommend you make your selection during registration as soon as possible. If you don't have a ticket but would like to attend please select one during the registration process or contact Ruby Hatfield at ASN Events
UTS Data Arena Tour
8:30am - 9:00am | Friday 16th November (limited tickets)
Location: UTS Data Arena. Building 11, Level 2, Room 101 (please enter from the corner of Broadway and Jones Street, walk past the escalators and the entrance to the Data Arena is the pair of silver doors on your left hand side).
The UTS Data Arena is a 360-degree interactive data visualisation facility set to change the way we view and interact with data.
Viewers stand in the middle of a large cylindrical screen, four metres high and ten metres in diameter. A high performance computer graphics system drives six 3D-stereo video projectors, edge-blended to create a seamless three-dimensional panorama.
Picture clarity is made possible from an image that’s 20,000 x 1200 pixels. Each user wears Active-Shutter Glasses, which present separate left/right views to achieve a stereo-visual effect. To complement the visual experience, a 16-channel audio system surrounds the Arena. Speakers fitted behind the perforated screen allow sound to be positioned in 3D space.
More information here: www.uts.edu.au/partners-and-community/data-arena/overview
Other tour times available, book here