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15
Jul
2021
Electricity contributes a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Solar photovoltaics and wind generation are now the lowest cost sources of new electricity capacity, and Australia is leading the world with rate of uptake of these...
08
Jul
2021
Many famous Sci-Fi movies feature artificial intelligence (AI) or robots going mad and killing all the humans. But in reality, AI is the only way we, as humans, are going to be able to cope with an increasingly digitised world. Some 90% of...
08
Jul
2021
Do you enjoy creating or listening to music? Have you always wanted to try out programming but never had the chance? Join us for a half day workshop to learn how to create music using block coding. These workshops have been designed for...
05
Jul
2021
Genomics sequencing has created opportunities and challenges to gain new insights in biology and biomedical research. Genome sequencing data usually consists of millions or billions of short DNA sequences, called reads, that are randomly...
01
Jul
2021
This online lecture will give an overview of the astonishing growth in renewables that we’ve seen to date, and discuss what we can expect for the future. The price of renewable electricity has dropped lower than the price of conventional...
23
Jun
2021
In recognition and celebration of Women in Engineering Day 2021 ACT Chief Engineer, Adrian Piani will be hosting the virtual panel discussion featuring Professor Elanor Huntington and an esteemed panel of women from across the engineering...
18
Jun
2021
Big data has become a ubiquitous watchword of biomedical innovation advocating deployment of advanced data-driven artificial intelligence techniques and systems thinking to revolutionise biomedical research and practice. AI-empowered...
08
Jun
2021
Ten research projects were been successfully granted access to the first Pawsey Centre for Extreme-scale Readiness (PaCER) program, establishing Australia’s research platform for extreme-scale computing.   Pawsey is hosting a series of ...
03
Jun
2021
Join Associate Professor In-Young Yeo, from the University of Newcastle, for a guest seminar on Where land and water meet: spatial thinking towards sustainability. The School of Engineering is pleased to welcome Associate Professor In-...
02
Jun
2021
Come one and all for a super fun, afternoon of trivia and games - all First Nations themed, as it will be National Reconciliation Week. There will be 4 rounds of questions and mini games all drawing on topics related to First Nations...

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