14 episodes

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is a consortium of 11 leading research universities in both countries. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education, innovation and culture.

Its In Conversation series of webinars are presented here in audio form. For more: https://australiaindonesia.com/webinars/

AIC In Conversation The Australia-Indonesia Centre

    • Education

The Australia-Indonesia Centre is a consortium of 11 leading research universities in both countries. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education, innovation and culture.

Its In Conversation series of webinars are presented here in audio form. For more: https://australiaindonesia.com/webinars/

    21 October 2020: Agtech and Investment in Indonesia (in partnership with CSIRO)

    21 October 2020: Agtech and Investment in Indonesia (in partnership with CSIRO)

    Agriculture is a key driver of the Indonesian economy, accounting for 50 percent of total employment and contributing 13 percent of Indonesia’s US$1.11 trillion gross domestic product (GDP).

    Agriculture is a key driver of the Indonesian economy, accounting for 50 percent of total employment and contributing 13 percent of Indonesia’s US$1.11 trillion gross domestic product (GDP).

    Speakers include:

    - Dr Scott Waldron, AIC Senior Fellow
    - Dr Melony Sellars, CEO @ Genics
    - Stephen McFallan, Co-developer of TraNSIT @ CSIRO
    - Imron Zuhri, CTO @ HARA
    - Moderator: Helen Brown, Head of Comms and Outreach @ AIC
    - Opening remarks: Ir. R. Anang Noegroho Setyo Muljono, MEM, Director Food & Agriculture, BAPPENAS
    - Closing remarks: Alison Duncan, Minister-Counsellor @ Australian Embassy, Jakarta

    • 1 hr
    4 October 2020: ReelOzInd! 2020 Online Festival Q&A

    4 October 2020: ReelOzInd! 2020 Online Festival Q&A

    Celebrating five years, the ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival went entirely online in 2020, launching over this past weekend.

    The following recording is from a Q&A that followed the festival's successful launch.

    Guests include:

    - Jemma Purdey, ReelOzInd! Festival Director
    - Anggita Puri, Director/Writer of Mayang O Mayang
    - Fabiana Alam A, Producer of Mayang O Mayang
    - Ash Ball, Director/Producer of Sea Birds
    - Ed Coney, Director/Producer of Sea Birds
    - Cika Prihadi, Jury member & MINIKINO Festival Director
    - Ruby Challenger, Jury member & filmmaker

    ReelOzInd! would not be possible without the continued support of our Festival Partners, Creative Victoria and Blueboat, alongside Media Partners Vidsee, Inside Indonesia and FilmFreeway.

    To watch the ReelOzInd! 2020 Online Festival, head to https://reelozind.com

    • 40 min
    22 September 2020 (Part 2, Bahasa Indonesia): Reach for the Stars - A Nobel Laureate talks on...

    22 September 2020 (Part 2, Bahasa Indonesia): Reach for the Stars - A Nobel Laureate talks on...

    The interplay of immunology, sociology and ecology in the coronavirus pandemic.

    The AIC’s Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research, in collaboration with AIC partner Universitas Hasanuddin, is proud to present an inspirational two-hour webinar in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.

    In the second hour, renowned biologist and geneticist Professor Sangkot Marzuki AM (former President of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences and Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology) and Professor Dr Irawan Yusuf (former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at UNHAS) will continue the conversation in Indonesian.

    This webinar is facilitated by the UNHAS School of Graduate Studies as part of the University’s 64th Anniversary – Dies Natalis UNHAS – and is also supported by the Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences (ALMI) and the Association of Australian Alumni in Indonesia South Sulawesi Chapter (IKAMA).

    • 57 min
    22 September 2020 (Part 1, English): Reach for the Stars - A Nobel Laureate talks on...

    22 September 2020 (Part 1, English): Reach for the Stars - A Nobel Laureate talks on...

    The interplay of immunology, sociology and ecology in the coronavirus pandemic.

    The AIC’s Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research, in collaboration with AIC partner Universitas Hasanuddin, is proud to present an inspirational two-hour webinar in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.

    The first hour, to be conducted in English, will feature Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty on the impact and learnings from COVID-19 in immunology, sociology and ecology alongside UNHAS Rector Professor Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu and Dean of the UNHAS School of Graduate Studies Professor Jamaluddin Jompa.

    This webinar is facilitated by the UNHAS School of Graduate Studies as part of the University’s 64th Anniversary – Dies Natalis UNHAS – and is also supported by the Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences (ALMI) and the Association of Australian Alumni in Indonesia South Sulawesi Chapter (IKAMA).

    • 1 hr 2 min
    2 September 2020: What's next for the digital economy?

    2 September 2020: What's next for the digital economy?

    The global adjustment to the coronavirus pandemic has seen a faster shift to a digital economy as technology has been harnessed to deal with abrupt changes in every aspect of life.

    From having to suddenly create an online marketplace, to consumers demanding more services through digital platforms, and information from data being used widely in critical public policy decisions.  This webinar will look at some of these changes and ask what skills are required to adapt and make the most of the opportunity. We will look at a project to upskill micro business and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Australia and Indonesia.

    Panelists include:
    - Professor Caroline Chan, Skills Futures Fellow @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre
    - Even Alex Chandra, Head of Public Policy and Government Relations @ PT Bukalapak
    - Moderator: Helen Brown, Head of Communications & Outreach @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre

    • 1 hr 3 min
    19 August 2020: Reimagining the supply chain in a post COVID-19 era

    19 August 2020: Reimagining the supply chain in a post COVID-19 era

    Supply chains are being tested around the globe, as coronavirus creates new challenges around people and logistics.

    Added layers of safety are now needed for businesses that are responsible for ensuring that fresh, packaged and manufactured goods reach their customers.

    In Indonesia, a fragmented supply chain is starting to be reimagined as automation, a more localised supply and the need for a skills upgrade become more obvious. In Australia, the complex links in the supply chain systems are being tested as the state of Victoria regulates the closure or slow-down of some manufacturing processes to reduce human interaction. What does the future look like as we adjust now to the challenges of a pandemic, what solutions is business looking for and how can the workforce adapt?

    Panelists include:

    - Professor Nyoman Pujawan, Professor of Supply Chain Engineering @ Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
    - Louise McGrath, General Manager of International Competitiveness @ Australian Industry Group
    - Vincentius Sariyo, Director of Supply Chains @ Tanihub Group
    - (Moderator)Helen Brown, Head of Communications & Outreach @ The Australia-Indonesia Centre

    • 1 hr 1 min

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