The University Psychology Clinic at the University of Tasmania offers a free Psychology service to the public. The clinic is maintained as part of the training program in clinical psychology, making the skills of clinical psychologists available to the community in a framework of training, supervision and research. The Clinic is staffed by a Clinic Director, who is a registered clinical psychologist, in conjunction with teaching staff in the clinical training program. Psychology postgraduate students (Psychology Interns), working towards Masters and Doctoral degrees undertake supervised casework with staff in the Clinic.
The clinic is open Monday- Wednesday 9:00am- 5:00pm.
Contact the clinic for an appointment.
Private Bag 30
Hobart Tasmania 7001
Phone: (03) 6226 2805
Fax: (03) 6226 7249
The Human Interface Technology Laboratory Australia or (HITLab AU) is a research and teaching facility within the School of Computing and Information Systems at UTAS. The lab is situated on the Newnham campus in Launceston. The mission of the HITLab AU is to empower people by building advanced human-computer interface technology that will unlock the power of human intelligence, improve quality of life and link minds globally.
Fax: (03) 6324 3368
Mt Pleasant Radio Observatory : The Mt Pleasant Radio Observatory is located near Cambridge, Tasmania about 30 mins north of Hobart. There are two radio telescopes on the site, the 26 metre "Mt Pleasant Antenna" and the 14 metre "Vela Antenna".
Grote Reber Museum: The radio observatory has been operating for more than 20 years, with its distinctive 26m diameter radio "dish". Sharing this beautiful spot overlooking the Coal River Valley is a new museum; open to the public that showcases the life and work of Grote Reber, Tasmanian radio astronomer, and the radio astronomy work of the radio telescopes of the University.The museum also shows the radio frequency spectrum with graphic illustrations and physical demonstrations of electromagnetic waves. The radio sky is shown, with matching illustrations of galaxies as seen in the radio and in the optical by the Hubble Space Telescope. A feature of the Museum is a Virtual Reality Theatre.
Ceduna Radio Observatory: the Ceduna Radio Observatory is the only one of the University's observatories not located in Tasmania. The observatory and associated land is located near the town of Ceduna in South Australia. The main instrument at the observatory is the 30 metre Ceduna radio telescope.
Mt Canopus Observatory: Mt Canopus is located near Hobart and the groups optical observatory. Currently the 1 metre Mt Canopus telescope is used in conjunction with a CCD camera to perform photometric observations of X-ray binary systems and other objects of interest. Mt Canopus is also part of the PLANET (P robing L ensing A nomalies NET work) project which uses microlensing events to search for a variety of astrophysical phenomena including extra-solar planets.
Mrs Karen Bradford, School of Mathematics & Physics
Ph: +61 6226 2439
Fax: +61 6226 2410
While not exclusively part of the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology, the Central Science Laboratory (CSL) is a staffed facility for centralising major items of equipment used by more than one University School, Centre or Section. It also provides Federal organisations, State Government instrumentalities and local industries and communities with access to equipment and scientific services that is not otherwise available in Tasmania.
Contact: +61 6226 2155
Launceston Assistance and Research Centre is a centre for the commission of architecture, art and design. LARC provides professional services with the integration of a Research Arm to assist and improve the well being of communities and the environment through design and research collaborations.
Contact: phone: 03 6334 9671 F: 03 8080 3277 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
11 May, 2012