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05
Sep
2017
The Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) will host a special lunchtime seminar where we’ll be hearing from distinguished guest, Professor Shahbaz Khan, Director of the UNESCO Regional Science Bureau for...
04
Sep
2017
If the nineteenth century was about the evolution from mechanisation to industrialisation, and the twentieth century was about a move from electrification to computing; then we are surely in the midst of another significant shift from...
04
Sep
2017
College Seminar Series: Top-Down and Bottom-Up Engineering Approaches to Understand and Build Adaptive Materials and Systems
The human body exhibits orders of magnitude more complexity than sophisticated engineered systems such as the international space station or modern surgical operating theatres, which by design provide life supporting functions. This talk...
26
Aug
2017
Come to ANU Open Day if you're thinking about university study for yourself, or you're a parent, family member or friend keen to support a loved one to choose the right degree and uni for them. ANU is Australia's national university, so...
22
Aug
2017
The ANU Grand Challenges Scheme aims to "...bring people together from all across the University to bring new perspectives to a major challenge confronting society". Nine of the proposes relate to education through the use of technology....
18
Aug
2017
Many important network design problems are fundamentally combinatorial optimization problems. A large number of such problems, however, cannot readily be tackled by distributed algorithms. We propose a Markov approximation technique for...
17
Aug
2017
Recently, distributed signal processing has drawn increasing attention due to the demand for big-data processing and popularity of wireless sensor networks (WSNs). The basic idea is to have a number of computing units (e.g., a sensor or a...
15
Aug
2017
The College of Engineering and Computer Science 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) finals are on Tuesday, 15th August, 12.30-13.30pm in the Computer Systems area (N224 in CSIT building). Six of your fellow students are presenting the entirety of their...
11
Aug
2017
Today, many application domains, such as national census, healthcare, business analytic, fraud detection, and national security, require data to be integrated from multiple databases. Often, organizations are not willing or authorized to...
09
Aug
2017
Mathematical logic was developed in an effort to provide formal foundations for mathematics. In this quest, which ultimately failed, logic begat computer science, yielding both computers and theoretical computer science. But then logic...

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