[Design and Technology] The Warren Centre Innovation Lecture

Tran, Lorraine I tran.lorraine.i at edumail.vic.gov.au
Fri Aug 3 13:22:54 EST 2012

Dear colleague

"Innovation in Automotive"

Ric Tamba is an inspiring Australian innovator. He is passionate about Australian Innovation and ensuring that we have support for local innovation in the world market including the ability to employ local engineers.

Ric and his team at NTC Powertrain took the Dual Tronic Technology (DTT) pioneered by Porsche racing and applied it to everyday passenger cars, in one of the most significant industry changing innovations across the world.  Ric sold NTC Powertrain to AVL in February 2011 and is currently in charge of business development for AVL in passenger car transmissions worldwide, being responsible for strategy and growth of over 40 divisions globally.
Melbourne - Tuesday 16 October 2012       http://mybookingmanager.com/2012InnovMelb<http://sydney.us2.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=23afd834fb40be01644b29f02&id=17f205ba76&e=97a1344474>
Each lecture is at 5.45pm for a 6.15pm start, followed by networking drinks.

Lorraine Tran I Curriculum Manager, Technologies

VELS Design, Creativity and Technology
VCE Agricultural and Horticultural Studies I VCE Food and Technology
VCE Product Design and Technology I VCE Systems Engineering

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