Through our Industry Capability Development platform, DMTC proudly facilitates a number of meaningful internship opportunities. Recently, DMTC’s Smart Enough™ Factory (SEF) program has hosted several undergraduate interns, with a view to expanding this number to approximately 34 interns in Victoria alone by 2026. Even more interns are set to join the program as SEF expands from Victoria to New South Wales and other jurisdictions. One recent intern, Dylan Jarvis (an undergraduate student at Swinburne University of Technology), was kind enough to speak to DMTC about his internship experience and how DMTC’s support has impacted his career trajectory. (more…)Posted by Patrick Crosling on April 14th, 2022 Tagged: Education, industry, industry 4.0, smart enough factory, students, technology
Where are they now: Scarlet Kong and Dr. Alain Moriana
Through its Education portfolio, DMTC is committed to boosting the pipeline of young, innovative Australians who can progress from academia to applied research and on to employment in defence industry or related fields of industry and ongoing research. In a series of interviews with several exemplary former participants in our Education program, we explore how support from DMTC has impacted their career trajectory.Patrick Crosling on February 22nd, 2022 Tagged: APMA, collaboration, defence technology, DMTC, Education, Maritime
Celebrating Successes: Dr. Emily Kibble, Dr. Joseph Polden and Dr. Brodie McDonald
DMTC has provided pathways for early-career researchers in the defence and related sectors through both internship and scholarship opportunities. (more…)Posted by Patrick Crosling on February 4th, 2022 Tagged: Education, research, students
DMTC hosted another successful Student Conference in Melbourne on 9 October.
Our annual student conference is conducted in partnership with the Research Training Centre for Naval Design and Manufacturing (RTCNDM) and the Defence Science Institute.
The focus of the Conference is to give PhD and Masters candidates the opportunity to professionally present on the progress and conclusions of their research work to their peers and to continue to develop their presentation and communication skills.
Students came from across Australia to present their work and talk research with the next generation of R&D scientists and engineers.
Students presented to representatives from industry and Defence.
Students coming to the end of their PhD study were encouraged to consider that milestone as only the “end of the beginning” in relation to advancing in their research careers in the defence sector.Posted by Harry Baxter on October 9th, 2018 Tagged: DMTC, DST, Education, industry, students