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December 12, 2019
A much-awaited MIPP/A conference, MIPPAC-2019, started on 9th Dec with very strong support from the UoM Chancellery team, Deans of both Melbourne School of Engineering and Faculty of Science as well as leaders from all the partner institutions. The conference was attended by over 70 people including academics from partnering Indian institutions, 31 MIPP/A PhD students and UoM academics.
Prof McCluskey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research unveiled the MIPP/A report for 2019. The report highlights the MIPP/A activities, achievements and research work of students under the MIPP/A scheme. The conference followed by the academic workshop will provide an intellectually stimulating environment for researchers from UoM and partnering institutions to strengthen existing collaborations and foster new partnerships.
Glimpses of the conference (MIPPAC-2019)
First published on 12 December 2019.
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