Events

27
Mar
2017

HCF onsite consultations

Colleagues As an ANU employee or student you are eligible to take advantage of HCF corporate member benefits including discounted premiums. HCF is visiting the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science and are available for...
31
Mar
2017

Prof Steve Blackburn - Computer performance microscopy: College Luncheon

In this talk, I describe a deep problem in computer performance analysis and our solution, Shim, which improves fidelity by three or more orders of magnitude. Developers and architects spend a lot of time trying to understand and eliminate...
An ANU student and high school student look at a computer screen
06
Apr
2017

Girls in ICT Day

Girls in ICT Day is designed for female students in years 9-12, who wish to explore opportunities in the ICT sector, exciting careers, and cutting edge technology that can help shape our future.
11
Apr
2017

HEALTH BANK – A Workbench for Data Science Applications in Healthcare

Healthcare has many challenges in form of monitoring and predicting adverse events as healthcare associated infections or adverse drug events. All this can happen while treating a patient at the hospital for her disease. The research...
Girl at computer
11
Apr
2017

Agent Training - Engineering and Computer Science at ANU

Join us to find out more about our unique degrees and majors in Engineering and Computer Science. Our staff will go through updates and key information about our degrees and be available for questions. What makes an ANU education different...
24
Apr
2017

ANU Sociology Seminar Series 2017: The problem of representation in social network analysis, or: How I learned to stop worrying and embrace the hypergraph.

Social network analysis (SNA) has emerged as a powerful and practical method for representing and analysing social phenomena, due at least partly to the increasing availability of ‘big data’ and socially-generated digital trace data. Yet...
Five girls inspect solar cells
19
Jul
2017

Girls in Engineering and Technology Program (GET Set)

Girls in Engineering and Technology Program (GET Set) is designed for female students in years 11 and 12, who wish to explore an education and career in engineering or technology.

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