The Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research (ACEBR) will be hosting Science and Wireless 2016 at RMIT University this November.
The focus of this year’s event will be a keynote presentation on ‘Radiofrequency radiation applications in treatment of Alzheimer’s disease’ followed by a brief review of ICNIRP exposure guidelines and 5G standards.
A facilitated Q&A panel discussion with the ACEBR Chief Investigators and guest presenters will provide opportunities for open discussion on the topics, followed by informal conversations during the poster session over drinks and light snacks.
Please note: this event is over - a number of presentations from the day are available here as slidepacks.
|3.40 pm - 4.05 pm||Registration|
|RF & Alzheimer's Disease (Chair - Professor Irene Yarovsky)|
|4.05 pm - 4.10 pm||Welcome and Introduction
Professor Irene Yarovsky, RMIT University, ACEBR Chief Investigator
|4.10 pm - 4.50 pm||Keynote presentation
Transcranial Electromagnetic Treatment (TEMT) against Alzheimer's Disease: Pre-Clinical Efficacy and Clinical Trial in Progress
Dr Gary W. Arendash, President and CEO, NeuroEM Therapeutics Inc. USA
|4.50 pm - 5.05 pm||ACEBR research on RF effects on Alzheimer's disease
Professor John Finnie, Unviersity of Adelaide, ACEBR Chief Investigator
|Radiofrequency Guidelines (Chair - Professor Rodney Croft)|
|5.05 pm - 5.20 pm||ICNIRP High Frequency Guidelines - an update
Professor Rodney Croft, ACEBR Director
|5.20 pm - 5.30 pm||5G devices and networks: exposure standards
Mr Mike Wood, General Manager, EME Management Education & Compliance, Telstra Operations
|5.30 pm - 6.00 pm||Q&A Session|
|6.00 pm - 7.00 pm||Posters and discussion accompanied by drinks and canapé|
Please note that once again the S&W event will include a poster session where ACEBR students and researchers as well as interested registered participants will showcase their studies on the relevant topics in open discussion with the forum attendees.
Please indicate on your on-line registration form (below) whether you intend to present a poster and if so, you will need to provide the title as well as the names and affiliations of all the co-authors.
Transport and access
Located on Swanston Street, near the corner of La Trobe Street, catch a City Loop train to nearby Melbourne Central train station or to Flinders Street. From Flinders Street, you can take a connecting City Loop train or Yarra Tram along Swanston Street.
Trams running along Swanston Street include routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72. Tram routes 24, 30 and 35 run along La Trobe Street.
Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for more information and connecting services in your area.
No on-campus parking is available for visitors, but you’ll find many commercial car parks a short walk away. Metered street parking is also available nearby, but note the time limits and clearway restrictions.