Flinders University is proud to be the Wednesday Luncheon sponsor for SubSTEC4.
Flinders University is a globally focused, locally connected institution that exemplifies teaching, learning and research excellence. We have one of the fastest growing engineering and computing departments in the country and a strong and growing research profile, with 90 per cent of our research ranked at or above world class by Excellence in Research for Australia.
With maritime and defence research centres at its Bedford Park and Tonsley campuses in the heart of South Australia’s technology and manufacturing innovation precinct, Flinders has a proud history of supporting maritime research and education – including the Collins Class submarines – offering a substantial foundation of experience to underpin future projects.
The Flinders Centre for Maritime Engineering, Control and Imaging (CMECI) has significant experience in the design of underwater vehicles, vehicle autonomy, mission planning, navigation in GPS-denied environments, robotics, control systems, signal processing, instrumentation and embedded systems.
The Flinders Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology has significant expertise in marine composite materials, battery systems and marine antifouling coatings.
Flinders University is a proud member of the ARC Research Training Centre for Naval Design and Manufacturing, a collaborative effort between industry, the Australian Maritime College at the University of Tasmania, the University of Wollongong and Flinders University, delivering high-calibre research solutions to the naval design and manufacturing industry.