Swinburne University of Technology courses and instructors

Swinburne is a progressive university that aims to increase Australia’s capacity in science, technology and innovation as the drivers of modern, internationalised economies and workplaces.

Our university is focused on high-impact global research, high-quality teaching and active engagement with both industry and the community.

Swinburne is a progressive university that aims to increase Australia’s capacity in science, technology and innovation as the drivers of modern, internationalised economies and workplaces.

Our university is focused on high-impact global research, high-quality teaching and active engagement with both industry and the community.

Throughout our 100 year history, Swinburne has been committed to innovative education, strong industry engagement and social inclusion.

In recent years, Swinburne has progressed to become one of the world’s leading universities, ranking as one of the top 400 universities in the world, as assessed by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, and one of the top 100 in the world in physics.

Our emphasis is on high-quality, engaged teaching and research in science, technology and innovation – teaching and research that makes a difference in the lives of individuals and contributes to national economic and social objectives.

We work to provide educational opportunities to capable students wherever we find them. Both as an early leader in international education and an early adopter of online education, Swinburne is expanding the educational opportunities available to a new generation of learners.

Swinburne University of Technology Instructors (5)

  • Daniel Eldridge

    Daniel has worked in chemistry-based research and has lectured at Swinburne University of Technology from the moment he graduated.

    Daniel has worked in chemistry-based research and has lectured at Swinburne University of Technology from the moment he graduated. His passion is to ignite the curious eye in each student and make chemistry accessible to all. He believes in a practical hands-on approach to explore the incredible chemical nature of the world around us and never fails to unleash a few entertaining demonstrations along the way! His research includes the study of heavy metal removal from waste-water and development of improved drug delivery systems.

  • Dr. Clinton Woodward

    Clinton taught himself to program at an early age so that he could write his own games, and he thinks everyone is like that!

    Clinton has a background in applied science and biomedical engineering, a PhD in artificial intelligence, and industry experience in software engineering and data mining. He has worked as a lead software developer, researcher and consultant in various fields.

    Clinton taught himself to program at an early age so that he could write his own games, and he thinks everyone is like that!

    Clinton has a background in applied science and biomedical engineering, a PhD in artificial intelligence, and industry experience in software engineering and data mining. He has worked as a lead software developer, researcher and consultant in various fields.

    For over 10 years Clinton has been a lecturer in Computer Science and Software Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, where among other topics, he teaches Games Programming and Artificial Intelligence for Games.

  • Dr. Michelle Dunn

    Michelle has a long standing passion for robotics, particularly mobile robots, and has several mobile robots that she works with in her spare time.

    Michelle has a long standing passion for robotics, particularly mobile robots, and has several mobile robots that she works with in her spare time. She enjoys sharing this passion by lecturing in Robotics and Mechatronics, along with Biomedical Engineering, at Swinburne University of Technology. Her research focusses on computer vision and image processing, as well as brain computer interface devices – devices that can be used to control machines or robots using signals from the human body.

  • Dr. Noordin Shehabuddeen

    Noordin’s entire career has been focussed on innovation management, as an academic scholar, business practitioner, and policy advisor to senior cabinet ministers. He is also the author of ‘Innovation in real life: a hands-on guide to genuine innovation’. After completing his Doctorate and Masters at Cambridge University, he has led a range of initiatives to help transform business thinking, using powerful innovation approaches that he has researched and developed.

    Noordin’s entire career has been focussed on innovation management, as an academic scholar, business practitioner, and policy advisor to senior cabinet ministers. He is also the author of ‘Innovation in real life: a hands-on guide to genuine innovation’. After completing his Doctorate and Masters at Cambridge University, he has led a range of initiatives to help transform business thinking, using powerful innovation approaches that he has researched and developed.

    He is Director of Business Engagement at Swinburne University of Technology’s Faculty of Business & Enterprise.

  • Dr. Wayne Rowlands

    Wayne is a Senior Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology, where he has taught for more than 10 years.

    Wayne is a Senior Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology, where he has taught for more than 10 years. Apart from his passion for delivering undergraduate lectures, he has been active in science communication for many years, ranging from visiting High School physics classes to presenting a regular science radio show. In addition, Wayne has been involved in Swinburne’s world-class research into laser manipulation of atoms, producing new states of matter at incredibly low temperatures.

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