The Professors Advisory Group (PAG) lunchtime seminar series powered by PechaKucha
PechaKucha - which means ‘chit chat’ in Japanese - is a presentation methodology in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (six minutes and 40 seconds in total).
The concept has been adapted in a series of lunchtime talks organised by the Professors Advisory Group (PAG).
The concise and fast-paced talks introduce the audience to a range of disciplinary areas covered by Monash Malaysia’s academics.
Check out the topics:
- Hunny bunny and distrust
- Green engineering
- Cognitive advantages of essential oils and marine identity empowerment
- Ants, Utility Function and The Shan Rebellion
- Business lecturers focus on halal market and sustainability
- Urinary incontenence among Malaysian Women in Selangor
- A sustainable permeable geopolymer pavement system
- High Altitude Adaptation in the Himalayas
- Sustainable system-of-systems concept
- Solar paver project
- Discussing a new drug and proud tradition
- Spotlight on social issues
- An afternoon of empowerment
- Rice, lights and robotic surgery
- Academics to the fore in PechaKucha
- Presentations of award-winning research
- An afternoon of science and silver linings
- Myanmar democracy and algorithms discussed
- 'PechaKucha' talk - new, innovative and entertaining
- Academics discuss meditation, diabetes and technology in learning
- Monsters we live with, sexual rights and early life brain development
- Discussing observer research, drug metabolism and medical research pitfalls
- Academics discuss living with fear, microbes and sustainable economic development
- Academics shed light into business clusters, gallstone surgery and social network behaviour
- All about science!
For more information, please log on to http://www.pechakucha.org/