Innovation Papers Live
The Innovation Papers brings together leaders from across the Australian tech ecosystem to present their ideas and frameworks for industry policy to build better outcomes for Australians.
The Innovation Papers is a hardcopy publication – in a newspaper format – that brings together policy papers from a cross section of the Australian research and business communities.
And The Innovation Papers [Live] is the public presentation of these ideas and frameworks at an industry leadership forum and networking lunch at The National Gallery in Canberra.
This is an event that brings together the different strands of the ecosystem. From manufacturing to software, from AgTech to renewables to satellites and space – our aim is to put different industry and research leaders in the same room.
This is where we can grapple with common challenges and common opportunities.
Join us. Meet your peers. And meet the policymakers.
Assistant Minister for Manufacturing and Trade, Senator Tim Ayres, will open the morning proceedings with more speakers to be announced in the coming days.
The following contributors will be speaking at the event:
- Adam Gilmour, Gilmour Space Technologies, Why we need Australian primes
- Adrian Beer, METS Ignited industry growth centre, Releasing stranded technology to grow Australian industry
- Adrian Turner, Minderoo Fire and Flood Resilience, Generational Change: From response to resilience
- Associate Professor Ellen Broad, School of Cybernetics, ANU, AI and government service delivery
- Professor Beth Webster, Swinburne University of Technology, Clusters are the key to high growth companies
- Catherine Thompson, Hypereal, The digital marketplace and procurement reform
- Jason Mingo, Water Services Association of Australia, An agency to foster innovation ecosystems
- Jens Goennemann, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, Manufacturing is a capability; Here’s what we need
- Jessica Glenn, AIM Group, Collaboration and conflict
- Kate McGeoch, ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science, Funding models that foster cultural change in research - industry relationships
- Kate Pounder, The Tech Council, Skilling up Australia, getting to 1.2 million tech workers by 2030
- Dr Lesley Seebeck, ANU, Moving beyond (just) delivery
- Luli Adeyemo, Best Case Scenario, Embrace wirkplace diversity to build a stronger economy
- Marina Yastreboff, Australian Society for Computers and the Law, Rules as Code – Challenges and opportunities for lawmakers
- Professor Michael Biercuk, Q-CTRL, Policy prescriptions for a robust quantum sector
- Professor Michelle Simmons, Silicon Quantum Computing, A quantum computer manufacturing industry for Australia
- Professor Roy Green, Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Hub and Port of Newcastle, Innovation and industry policy in a changing world
- Rupert Taylor-Price, Vault Cloud, Sovereign capability and information supply chains
- Sally-Ann Williams, Cicada Innovations, The Innovation Imperative