Melbourne India Postgraduate Academy Conference 2023

Join us in Melbourne 15 –17 November

Collage of photos from MIPAC events

The fourth MIPA Conference (MIPAC-23) is scheduled for 16-17 November 2023 in Melbourne, with a pre-conference academic workshop on 15 November.

MIPAC-23 will be held at the University of Melbourne’s new purpose-built precinct for innovation and digital transformation, Melbourne Connect. The two-day conference is an excellent platform for graduate researchers to expand their academic networks and share research with the community from the University of Melbourne and the collaborating Indian Institutes of Technology: Kharagpur (IIT-KGP), Kanpur (IIT-K), Madras (IIT-M), the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc) and the Indian Institute of Education and Research Tirupati (IISERT). This diverse program offers an enriching environment for the exchange of ideas and multi-disciplinary collaborations. We look forward to seeing you all in Melbourne in November.

Given the joint nature of MIPA, we understand that some candidates will be at various Indian partner institutions, therefore the conference will be organised in a hybrid mode, with delegates attending in-person at the University of Melbourne and some students and academics via online platforms from our Indian partner institutions.

About the conference venue

Studio Melbourne Connect
Corner Swanston and Grattan Streets, Carlton

As a digital innovation ecosystem, Melbourne Connect represents a physical and programmatic convergence of many organisations and interdisciplinary institutions seeking to leverage research and emerging technologies to disrupt and transform our society… more


Online registrations are now closed.  If you have not registered but would like to attend please be in touch with the MIPAC-23 organising committee (

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Conference program


MIPAC-23 Organising Committee:

Graduate Researcher Committee

Aditya, Anirban Ghosh, Asif Ahmed Sardar, Chesta, Kunwar Abhishek Singh, Mehdi Alam, Sri Priyanka, Subhajit Chakraborty

Supported by:

Dr Krishna Chandran, Dr Mukesh Soni, Rebecca Whitsed, Daniel Reichert


Associate Professor Meenakshi Arora, Dr Surinder Singh Chauhan, Dr Debnath Ghosal

First published on 13 October 2023.

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