Business / Creativity / Research
2021 TRAM Track Presentation Day
PLEASE NOTE: This event is planned as an in-person event. In the event of State Government restrictions preventing a gathering of more than 30 people indoors, this event will pivot to being held virtually.
We warmly welcome you to join us for the 2021 TRAM Track Presentation Day, celebrating the efforts of this year’s TRAM Track cohort and their dedication to research impact.
TRAM Track Presentation Day will see nine teams that have participated in TRAM Track this year share their research impact journeys, from where they started at the beginning of the program to where they’re headed next.
Join us to hear from this tenacious and courageous cohort on how they’ve worked through obstacles, set-backs (including Lockdown number four), some really exciting wins over the last two months, and what achieving real-world impact looks like for them.
About TRAM Track:
TRAM Track is an eight-week pre-accelerator program to develop customer insight. Teams work to understand the relationship between the solution they’re developing and the problem their customers have by iteratively interviewing potential customers and end-users, creating a feedback loop that allows teams to fine-tune ideas, validate concepts and understand how to create the ideal problem-solution fit.
- 3.30pm | Arrival
- 3.45pm | Presentations commence
- 4.45pm | Presentations conclude, networking starts
- 6.00pm | Event concludes
Meet the teams:
- 3D Printed Simulators for Biomedical Training: 3D printed veterinary simulators for learning and practicing clinical procedures (Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences).
- Endocrine, Respiratory and Neuropharmacology Group: A novel treatment for symptoms of severe steroid-resistant asthma, with potential as a possible COVID-19 recovery drug (Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences).
- Fradictor: A digital spinal model capable of predicting the activities that lead to falls and fractures to prevent bone and muscle deterioration at an early stage (Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology).
- Serious Gamers: Educational games that teach children about hand hygiene to reduce disease transmission (Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences).
- Sustainable Food Production: An urban hydroponic vertical farming solution for growing microgreens (Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences).
- SVM: An evidence-based model for assessing the social value of public infrastructure projects (Architecture, Building & Planning).
- Unforgettable Research Services: A big data platform that allows medical and behavioural researchers to access, search and visualise data to help predict human behaviour (Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences).
- WBM: AI-based software that measures the success of nutritional and physiotherapy intervention programs in improving surgical outcomes for colorectal cancer patients (Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, Centre for Eye Research Australia).
- Youngsters for Change: An online platform that tackles eco-anxiety by enabling young people to connect over and fundraise for sustainability projects (Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology).