Toowoomba Youth Astronomy Seminar

Dr Katarina Miljkovic (Curtin University, Australia) will talk to students about her journey that has led her to being internationally recognised scientist in the planetary, space and astronomy fields. A Q&A session will then be held by Dr Miljkovic so that students can find out more about her path to success.
Designed for all levels of high school.
When
19 JUL 2019
3.30 PM - 5.30 PM
Where
USQ Toowoomba, Room T125, T Block
RSVP
19 Jul
3.30 PM

An internationally renowned speaker will be presenting at the 2019 Festival of Astronomy events.

Dr Katarina Miljkovic
Dr Miljkovic is a senior planetary scientist with expertise in numerical and experimental impact physics. She is involved with data analysis from space missions. She leads the only Australian research group that is working on the InSight mission currently active on Mars. Katarina joined Curtin in 2015 as a research fellow. Prior to joining Curtin, Dr Miljkovic was a postdoctoral research associate at MIT (2014-2015), IPGP in Paris (2012-2014), and Imperial College London (2011-2012). She graduated in Astrophysics from the University of Belgrade in Serbia in 2006, and was awarded PhD from the Open University in UK in 2010. In 2018, Katarina was awarded ARC DECRA fellowship, the Australian L'Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science fellowship, and she was a finalist for the WA Premier's Science Awards in the early career scientist category.

Registrations are now open.

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