Government Only Event: Transferable skills in changing roles in the IT sector with Dr Sue Keay, Data 61 CSIRO

  • 14 Mar 2019
  • 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
  • BDO Level 10, 12 Creek Street, Brisbane
  • 9


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  Transferable Skills in changing roles in the IT Sector with Dr Sue Keay, Research Director - Cyber Physical Systems, Data 61 CSIRO

Join us for a presentation, light breakfast and networking event with Dr Sue Keay

Join us to hear from Sue Keay, Research Director CSIRO’s Data61, on her interesting career journey to date and insights on transferable skills in changing roles in the IT Sector.

Dr Sue Keay Research Director CSIRO's Data61 set up the world's first robotic vision research centre, and now leads CSIRO's Data61 Cyber-Physical Systems program. Last year, she developed Australia's first Robotics Roadmap highlighting how advances in robotics (and AI) will impact on every sector of the Australian economy.

With a PhD in Geoscience and an MBA, Sue combines science with business. She has interests in entrepreneurship and disruptive technologies, and started QUT's social robotics program. Sue serves on the Board of the CRC for Optimising Resource Extraction and the Expert Advisory Panel of Queensland.AI. She is a judge for the James Dyson Awards and the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Sue has been recognised as one of RoboHub's 2018 "Women in Robotics you need to know about", as one of Queensland's most influential people (Courier Mail's Power 100), as a Superstar of STEM (Science and Technology Australia), and is responsible for bringing the Grace Hopper Celebration to Australia.

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